Black Friday 2022 is still over a month away, but that doesn’t mean shoppers have to wait for a good deal on their must-haves for the holidays.
The traditional kickoff to the holiday shopping season typically is on Black Friday on Nov. 25, 2022.
This is good news for shoppers, who are looking to cash in on the savings ahead of the crowds on Black Friday.
Here’s a rundown of which retailers have early Black Friday deals going on now.
Samsung is holding a Black Friday in October sale with up to 40% off on major appliances, including refrigerators, ranges, dishwashers, washers and dryers. You can also find savings on Samsung’s mobile devices, including Galaxy Z Fold4 and Galaxy Z Flip4 memory upgrades, plus up to $1,000 trade-in credit.
Kohl’s is serving up big savings with an extra 20% off online and in-stores through Tuesday. Plus, every $50 purchase gets $10 in Kohl’s Cash. Price reductions are also available on clothing, shoes and accessories for men, women and children.
Amazon is continuing to drop prices just days after its Prime Early Access Sale. Electronics are marked down, including TVs, Amazon devices, Apple iPads, and these Beats wireless headphones. More savings are available for clothing, pet products and home goods items.
Target is releasing new early Black Friday deals each week leading up to the holiday shopping season. The retailer has price reductions on electronics and kitchen products and features a Deal of the Day that offers a deeply discounted item on sale for only 24 hours.
Wayfair has also dropped the price on several items across its site ahead of its Way Day sale that will run Oct. 26 and 27. Price reductions are available on cookware, furniture, bedding and holiday decor.
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