E-commerce is booming, and when it comes to Amazon, it is the favorite of many shoppers. The convenience of shopping from home with the click of a button and not standing in big queues is something that only online shopping can offer. Like every year, Amazon, the online retail giant has revealed its plans for its 2015 Black Friday deals, and they are exciting.
Amazon has announced that it will begin offering deals on Nov. 20 through Black Friday, which is on Nov. 28. The deals won’t be available all at once but will come in waves. Just like its Prime Day event in July, Amazon will be adding new products every few minutes. This means that you will need to keep a check on Amazon’s website, or you can sign-up for alerts from Amazon’s mobile app on Android, iOS and Fire OS.
Amazon’s Black Friday Deals
So coming to the important stuff, what deals can you expect during this year’s Black Friday deals? Shoppers can expect good discounts on the company’s own line of devices, such as the Fire tablet for $35, Fire TV streaming stick for $24.99 and Kindle Paperwhite for $99.99. All these deals will also be available to shoppers who don’t have a Prime account on Amazon.
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Apart from that, there will be discounts on many other products, such as a 32-inch Roku Smart TV for $125, 55-inch Roku Smart TV for $348, and a “top-selling” 60-inch 4K TV for $799.99. Amazon will also be offering a Jawbone UP3 fitness tracker for $99 and a Vizio 38-inch 2.1 home theater sound bar for $79.99.
For gamers too, there will be discounts on games and consoles like the Xbox One and Check out Amazon Echo too!
. Both popular consoles are expected to be $50 off their regular price.
Amazon, in what looks like targeting mobile users, will have special app-only deals over the Black Friday weekend. The retail giant will be offering 150 Lightning Deals that will be exclusively available on the Amazon mobile app. These deals will go live daily at 3 p.m. Pacific and 11 p.m. Pacific, starting on Thanksgiving day. These deals can be found in Amazon app’s “App Only Deals” section and will be available until Dec. 9.
A new “Watch a Deal” section on the app will allow users to keep a watch on deals they are interested in. Users will also get notifications in the app when the deal goes live. Prime members in 20 metro areas can also use the Prime Now mobile app to enjoy free two-hour delivery on select Deals of the Day throughout the holiday season.
Amazon is not the first to announce Black Friday deals throughout November. Target and Walmart too announced that they would be offering deals throughout November. It looks like the days of one day only Black Friday deals are over, finally!