(WJW) – While Christmas is still more than two months away, retailers across the country want you to start thinking about the holiday season, and more specifically Black Friday.
This week, big box stores announced their deals for the casual holiday that arrive just after Thanksgiving.
Some retailers are even offering price cuts now, reportedly to offset the rest of the woes of the COVID-19 pandemic. course with supply chain problems With potential postal service backups on the horizon, experts say a “first is better” mentality is recommended this year.
Here’s a look at some of the best Black Friday deals:
Amazon started offering Black Friday-worthy deals in early October, including on AirPods, TVs, and mixers. It is said that new “epic” deals are dropping daily. Find out more about discounts Here.
kick off To start Best Buy deals Tuesday and includes price cuts on TVs, headphones, and Chromebooks. During Thanksgiving week, Best Buy will begin another round of deals that will last all week instead of one day. Learn more about their Black Friday deals Here.
Stores across the country will be closed on Thanksgiving.
Starting Wednesday, Black Friday deals (including luggage and clothing) will be coming out at Kohl’s. Store coupons, known as Kohl’s Cash, will be offered in $5 increments to those who spend $25 from October 20-24. The store will be closed on Thanksgiving but open on Black Friday. Find out more about these deals Here.
Target Deal Days were introduced earlier this month, and more may be on the horizon. In the meantime, the store offers a price match guarantee on anything purchased at Target between October 10 and December 24. Some exceptions apply. Target is another store that remains closed on Thanksgiving Day with plans to open on November 26, Black Friday. Stay up to date on Target’s offers Here.
It is said in an effort to keep people safe this year, Wal-Mart Offer different deals Now during Black Friday week. Starting this week, people can find deals on Legos, air fryers, and TVs. Other deals are being offered on November 3, November 10 and date to be announced soon. Deals apply to online and in-store shopping. Walmart stores will be closed this Thanksgiving for the second time since the late 1980s due to the coronavirus pandemic. Find out more about the company’s upcoming deals Here.