Amazon Black Friday 2014 – Find the Best Amazon Black Friday Deals and Sales

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Amazon Black Friday 2014

Updated Nov. 21

Amazon’s Black Friday deals starts Friday, Nov. 21, at amazon.com/blackfriday. Amazon will be adding new deals every 10 minutes through Black Friday. Amazon will also have three Deals of the Day starting at midnight on Thanksgiving, as well as three more on Black Friday. If you’re an Amazon Prime member, you’ll be able to access select “Lightning Deals” 30 minutes early. Lightning Deals are limited-time price cuts on popular products.

Here’s a sample of some of the doorbuster deals you’ll see through Black Friday:

Electronics:

  • Select Samsung TVs: up to 45% off, including Samsung 40-inch Smart 1080p LED TV for $328 and Samsung 55-inch Curved Smart 4K Ultra HD LED TV for $1,298
  • 32-inch LED TV: $79
  • 40-inch 1080p LED TV: $119
  • Toshiba 50-inch LED TV: $199
  • VIZIO 55-inch Smart LED TV: $478
  • LG 65-inch 120 Hz LED TV: $648
  • Samsung 55-inch Smart LED 4K Ultra HD TV: $899

Toys:

Other popular items:

Fashion:

Special promotions through Black Friday:

Calling Android users! Starting Thanksgiving Day, Amazon Appstore will be offering a Free App of the Day bundle, featuring more than $115 in top paid apps and games.

Amazon’s “Countdown to Black Friday Deals Week” kicked off Nov. 1 as the retailer angled to get shoppers buying early and often. Amazon is offering two top “Deals of the Day” every day until Dec. 22, and in addition is offering thousands of “Lightning Deals” throughout the course of the holiday season.

“Deals of the Day” have included “The X-Files: The Complete TV Series and Movie Collection” for $79.98, 76% off, and a black AmazonBasics Portable Bluetooth Speaker for $44.99, 25% off.

Best Amazon Black Friday Deals From 2013

From books to electronics to kitchen supplies, online retailer Amazon sells almost any product you might need. Last year, the Internet giant offered a full eight days of great deals in honor of everyone’s favorite post-Thanksgiving shopping holidays. The bargains started early, rolling out on the Sunday before Black Friday, with new deals released every 10 minutes through Cyber Monday.

As usual for Black Friday, some of the best deals were on electronics. TVs were a great find, with prices similar to and often lower than those at Walmart and Target. Bargain hunters could find some excellent prices on Vizio, Seiki and Samsung HDTVs in a range of sizes:

  • Vizio 60-inch 1080p 120Hz HDTV: $688
  • Vizio E550i-A0 55-inch 1080p 120Hz Smart HDTV: $479.99
  • Seiki 32-inch 720p 60Hz LED HDTV: $98 (originally $289.99)
  • Seiki 50-inch 1080p 60Hz LED HDTV: $229
  • Samsung 65-inch 1080p 120Hz LED HDTV: $999 (originally $2,649)
  • Samsung 55-inch 1080p 240Hz 3D Ultra Slim Smart LED HDTV: $1,297.99

When it came to other electronics, Amazon delivered, with low prices on digital cameras, smartphones and other electronic devices:

  • Canon T3 digital SLR camera: less than $400 (originally $429)
  • Nikon D3200 digital SLR camera and 2-lens kit: less than $500 (originally $879.99)
  • HTC One with a 2-year contract (Sprint, Verizon, AT&T): $0.01
  • Sony BDP-S3100 Blu-ray disc player with Wi-Fi: $54.99 (originally $119.99)
  • Jawbone Jambox Bluetooth speaker: $99.99 (originally $149.99)

Compare Amazon’s price on the HTC One to Best Buy‘s $29.99. When you consider the phone’s list price of $199.99, both deals offered significant savings, but, at only a penny, Amazon’s offer blew Best Buy’s right out of the water. It’s hard to beat a price of almost nothing. Sony’s Wi-Fi-enabled BDP-S3100 Blu-ray was another star of the sale, selling for less than $60.

More deals could be found in the video game department, perfect for shoppers looking for holiday gifts. The list included consoles, games and more:

  • Xbox 360 250GB bundle including “Halo 4” and “Tomb Raider”: $189.99
  • PS3 250GB bundle including “The Last of Us” and “Batman: Arkham Origins”: $199
  • PS Vita with four games and 4GB memory card: $174.99
  • Nvidia Shield: $249.99
  • Popular games such as “Grand Theft Auto V” and “Batman: Arkham Origins”: $34
  • Popular games such as “FIFA 14,” “Madden 25,” “Battlefield 4” and “NCAA”: $25
  • Select titles in the Amazon app store: up to 90%
  • One-year subscription to PlayStation Plus: $29.99
  • “Call of Duty: Ghosts”: $39.96

Toys were another area for bargains:

  • Skylanders SWAP Force characters: buy two, get one free
  • K’NEX Angry Birds Christmas Advent calendar: 50% off
  • SpongeBob toys: up to 50% off

With its origins as an online bookstore, Amazon stayed true to its original customer base, offering discounts on books, movies and music:

  • Popular books, such as “Life: The Day Kennedy Died”: 53% off
  • 25 Cinematic Kindle books: $1.99
  • 8,000 popular movies and TV shows including “Dexter,” “Jack Reacher” and “The Heat”: up to 63% off
  • Hourly Lightning Deals on more than 440 movies and TV shows: up to 80% off

Whether it was tools, computer software or kitchen appliances shoppers were seeking, Amazon offered low prices on a diverse selection of products. Best-selling tools from DEWALT and Bosch sold at up to 60% off, and shoppers could pick up a range of other useful products for less than $200:

  • Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5: $109.99 (originally $149)
  • Skybar one-chamber wine-preservation system: $179.99 (originally $499)
  • Keurig Mr. Coffee single-cup brewer: $64.99 (originally $119)
  • Oster rechargeable and cordless wine opener with chiller: $14.99 (originally $29.99)

If you’re looking for alternatives to Amazon, check out Best Buy, Walmart, Staples and Target for electronics. Consider Toys R Us for deals on toys and games, and stop by GameStop for low-priced video games and accessories. For a broad range of home supplies, visit Sears and Home Depot. For a full list of 2014 Black Friday ad scans, check out NerdWallet’s Black Friday ad leaks page.

Written by Melinda Szell

 




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