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Black Friday: How to Find the Best Deals (Updated Regularly)

Black Friday is the most crazy shopping day here in the U.S. and every year it seems to happen earlier. Sure you can stand in line for hours all night in the cold, to get an HDTV for $100 – but most of these deals at big-box stores are crappy no-name brands. Even if you think you’re getting a deal on that Android tablet for $49 – they’re usually mediocre at best.

Instead of freaking out thinking you’re really getting a good deal at a box store, check out our consistently growing list of awesome tech tools we find. We’ll be upgrading this article regularly throughout the weekend, and continuing through Cyber Monday.

Black Friday Tech Deals

Amazon’s Black Friday deals are my personal goto however, one of the first deals we learned about early is that Best Buy is offering the original Surface RT for $199. Get the full details here.

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Tools to Help Find Black Friday Deals More Easily

If you want to keep up with the ever changing landscape of what will be on sale today and over the weekend, Check out the TGI Black Friday app for iOS. It allows you to find the best deals while you’re out and about battling the crowds on your iPhone or iPad. TGIBF is also available on Android.

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  • Here’s a list of some of the app features:
  • View Black Friday Ads Weeks before they are in your local paper
  • browse every ad by page or download PDFs
  • Instant nitrifications when a new Black Friday ad is posted
  • The ability to search, shop & compare over 10,000 deals in stores and categories…and a lot more including Cyber Monday sales and coupons

Search Engines and Online Sites are Your Friend

Doing a simple search for “black Friday 2013” on Bing or Google to get several options for online tools as well as company ads as well.

Amazon has a full page of Black Friday deals for the week:

amazon Black Friday Deals

The deal site Woot is having  Woot-Off today, where they sell products in stock for a crazy low price until it’s gone, then another new product comes up next. if you catch it at the right time, you can pick up something decent on the cheap. From experience in using Woot is there are a lot of tech products and gadgets.

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Black Friday Insanity

If you’re thinking about going out today, just check out this video to change your mind:

Microsoft Store Black Friday Offers

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Microsoft has several different offers available as well this year. Here’s a few from its site:

  1. XBox One Ultimate Bundle – Save $69
  2. XBox One Complete Bundle – Save $50
  3. 32GB Surface – Save $150
  4. XBox 360 Games – Starting at $9.99
  5. blah blah blah… a bunch of other stuff.

Update – More Discounts

The Amazon Android App Store is giving away a series of top paid games this weekend:

  1. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Rooftop Run (was $3.99),
  2. Battle Bears Fortress (was $1.99),
  3. Quell (was $0.99),
  4. Angry Birds Space HD (Kindle Tablet Edition) (was $2.99),
  5. Bloons TD 5 (was $2.99),
  6. Sonic The Hedgehog (was $2.99),
  7. Hambo (was $0.99),
  8. Angry Birds Space (Ad-Free) (was $0.99)
  9. Fruit Ninja (was $0.99).

Save $450 Acer Aspire S7-391-6468 13.3 Inch Touchscreen Ultrabook.

acer aspire S7-391-6468

Available for Black Friday at $849.99, it has an Intel Core i5-3337U 1.8 GHz CPU with 4GB of DDR3, as well as a 128GB SSD. The touchscreen is a 13.3 inch full HD

A Non-Geek Deal @ Banana Republic

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I shop for clothes about once a month so when I can get 40% at Banana Republic, I save a LOT of cash. Don’t let this one slip past ya. Just use the code BRGIVING at checkout.

Help Us Out Finding the Best Black Friday Deals in Tech

If you guys find good deals on tech products, please leave it in the comments below as well as a link to the announcement!

 

 

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5 Responses to Black Friday: How to Find the Best Deals (Updated Regularly)

  1. Steve Krause November 29, 2013 at 11:06 am #

    http://www.woothemes.com/ has a 35% discount on all Themes and Plugins today only. Great WordPress themes and this is probably the best deal you will find throughout the year.

    -S

  2. Brian Burgess November 29, 2013 at 8:17 pm #

    Feedly currently our RSS reader of choice: http://www.groovypost.com/howto/feedly-google-reader-alternative-firefox-android-chrome-safari/

    Is 20% off for the pro version. Normally $45 / you can get it now for the first year of $35

    The pro version offers more powerful search, integration with Evernote, easy integration with Pocket — another of my favorites — and more.

    Just log in to your Feedly account and you’ll see the offer. The offer is good through December 2nd.

  3. Steve Krause November 30, 2013 at 8:34 am #

    Costo has a few great deals until 12/2. http://www.costco.com/black-friday-offers.html

    I might end up with a Dyson… http://www.costco.com/.product.100078851.html however I’m still eyeballing through it now actually.

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    • kay December 2, 2013 at 1:20 pm #

      Shopped Macys on Line Black Friday Specials, purchased two flannel night gowns reg $58.00 for $14.88 and Stainless Steel skillets (l set fry pans) and l 8 ” omelet and l 10″ omelet used $50.00 coupon and also got FREE SHIPPING cost $150.00 plus tax $12.00. Kay

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