As we head into Thanksgiving, one major sales event is on the minds of most Americans – Black Friday. Consumers can take advantage of deep discounts to get their hands on products that would normally be more expensive.
Unlike 2019 or 2018, COVID-19 has adversely affected how Americans interact with one another during the holiday. And most importantly, how Americans shop has changed greatly. That said, there are plenty of e-commerce websites that offer tons of incredible products at amazing prices, especially Amazon.
Here are a handful of Black Friday deals you should keep an eye on Amazon:
iRobot Roomba 980 Wi-Fi Connected Robot – $299.00
Tired of having to bust out the vacuum to clean the floors? Why not try a hands-free option like the iRobot Roomba. This robotic vacuum system is normally $429.99, save up to 30% off with this deal.
Amazon Echo Show 8 – $69.00
Enjoy the newest update of the Amazon Echo series from the comfort of your home and at a discounted price. Save up $69.00 on the Echo Show 8 when ordering during Black Friday at Amazon.com.
Roku Streaming Stick – $29.00
If you have been putting off a Roku, now would be an ideal time to finally get your hands on one. Currently, Amazon is running a 40% off promotional on the Roku Streaming Stick, which usually retails for $49.99.
Tempur-Pedic Cloud Prima Mattress, King – $1,724.15 & FREE DELIVERY
Perhaps you’re in need of a new mattress but have been putting it off due to the high expense associated with quality mattresses. Well, you’re in luck if that’s the case. Save up to 15% and enjoy free scheduled delivery on a Tempur-Pedic King Cloud Prima Mattress.
Most home cooks swear by pressure cookers and their ability to massively shorten cooking times. Right now Amazon is offering up to 50% off of this pressure cooker, making it a total steal if you’re looking to spruce up your kitchen with new equipment.
Of course, more and more great deals will be released throughout the week. The USA Herald will be providing ongoing coverage of some of the best Black Friday deals.
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