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NerdWallet is here to help you win , while leaving your budget intact. We spend the time, you save the money. Visit regularly for holiday shopping tips and announcements about your favorite retailers. Black Friday is Nov. 27.
New laptops and desktops will be high on wish lists for many people who’ve been working or learning remotely this year. With more Black Friday sales starting earlier and further moving online, you probably won’t have to claw your way to the front of a line to get the best price on one. But punctuality is still important. Some retailers launch their deals at specific times, and supplies are often limited.
Here’s where to find standout computer deals and what to know before you buy.
You don’t have to look hard to find computer bargains. We’ve rounded up some of our favorites from a variety of retailers. Take a look at the details below:
Last year’s noteworthy deals included:
November’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals contain some of the lowest computer prices of the year. If you’ll need a new laptop or desktop in the near term, don’t miss out on the savings.
But if you’re not in a rush, you’ll likely find abundant computer deals with fewer restrictions as part of back-to-school sales in August next year.
Saving up for a big-ticket purchase, such as a laptop or computer, may call for fine-tuning your . Try trimming other expenses from your “wants” category in the weeks leading up to Black Friday, if you’re able.