Black Friday is almost here, falling on Nov.24 this year. Retail giants such as Amazon are not content with offering huge discounts only on Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Amazon has already been offering customers pretty good deals, kicking off the holiday shopping season. The online retail behemoth recently announced that the Amazon Black Friday deals would run for ten days.

Amazon Black Friday Deals
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The Amazon Black Friday deals would start at midnight on November 17th and run through November 26th. Given Amazon’s annual pattern, the company should send out a press release on November 17 announcing all the exciting deals. Whether you want to buy smart home devices, video game consoles, smartphones, Kindle readers, drones, or fitness bands, you should check out the Amazon Black Friday offers.

Remember that buyers will have ten days of “Deals of the Day.” These offers are going to last a full day, or until the product runs out of stock. If a product is getting a steep discount on a given day during the Black Friday sale, don’t expect the price to drop further in the coming days. If you come across a great Deal of the Day for something you have been looking to buy, purchase it before it runs out of stock.

These are the confirmed Black Friday deals

Head over to the Amazon Black Friday page to see all the exciting deals available right now, as well as the countdown to Black Friday. The online retailer has already confirmed many deals on its products. Here are the confirmed deals.

Kindle Paperwhite E-reader

The 6-inch Paperwhite e-reader will be available for $89.99 from November 19. That’s a $30 discount on the regular price of $119.99. Though Kindle Paperwhite is a great eBook reader, the deal itself is not worth getting excited about. We have already seen the product being offered at $89.99 in the past.

Amazon Cloud Cam Indoor Security Camera

Amazon’s new security camera will be available for $99.99, a $20 savings over the regular price. The Cloud Cam security camera allows you to monitor your home at all times even when you are away from home.

Amazon Echo Plus

The Echo Plus was released only recently with a price tag of $149.99. Starting November 23, you will be able to purchase it for $119.99, which means a saving of $30. You will also get a Philips Hue Bulb for free. The Philips bulb itself costs roughly $15 if you buy it separately.

Amazon Fire 7 tablet

The 8GB, 7-inch Fire WiFi tablet has a regular price of $49.99. It’s a good device for playing games and watching movies. Starting November 23, it will be available for just $29.99.

Amazon Fire HD 8-inch Tablet

The 8-inch Fire HD tablet with Alexa support will be available for $49.99 from November 23. The tablet currently sells at $79.99. The discounted price is particularly attractive considering its specifications.

Tips to secure great deals during Amazon Black Friday sales

There are tons of other deals that you’ll find attractive. You can sign up for Amazon’s daily deals newsletter and download the mobile app if you haven’t already, to stay ahead of the game. You’ll get email and app notifications for the latest Amazon Black Friday deals.

And don’t forget to sign up for the free 30-day Amazon Prime trial, which offers tons of benefits including access to the Amazon Prime Video. You can cancel the subscription anytime during the trial period. If you decide to become a paid subscriber, you’ll have to shell out $99/per year.

Prime members, including those who have signed up for the 30-day free trial, will get exclusive 30 minutes early access to all the Lightning Deals throughout the Black Friday sales period. You’ll also get free shipping on most purchases. Amazon even holds Prime Day sales events where it offers exciting deals exclusively for Prime members. You’ll also get access to the Amazon Prime Music, cloud storage, and other benefits.

Amazon will have thousands of Lightning Deals throughout the sale, where products will be available at steep discounts in limited quantities for a short time. To make things easier for you, Amazon usually shows the percentage of units of a particular product left in stock. If you are interested, buy the product before it’s 100% claimed because the deal is not going to come back.