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Best early Black Friday 2021 deals from Amazon to Walmart

Black Friday is one of the biggest shopping days of the year, and it can get a little intense. Though it’s changed a bit in recent years — lines wrapped around stores before sunrise and frantic races to product displays have now transitioned to online sales — Black Friday still requires some pre-planning.

To prepare you for the big day, we have broken down the basics of what you can expect on Black Friday, plus, expert-advice for how to best prepare before you start to shop — whether you’re braving the crowd or staying in this year.

When is Black Friday 2021?

Black Friday happens on the Friday after Thanksgiving. This year, it falls on Friday, Nov. 26.

What time do Black Friday sales usually start?

Despite the holiday being named Black Friday, many retailers, such as Amazon and Walmart, have started rolling out deals way before Thanksgiving

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If the supply chain issues are as dire as expected, instead of a “ho ho ho” holiday season, shoppers may find it’s more of a “uh oh, oy” time of the year, with fewer presents around the tree.

And so experts are suggesting to shop early, just to err on the side of caution – and look out for deals as prices may be higher across the board.

Citing the chip shortage and transportation issues (including backlogged seaports and truck driver strikes), Mark Fried, president of TFG Wealth Management, says you can expect “limited supply” for products like consumer electronics this year, both at retail and online: “The concern is once what’s on the shelves now may not be restocked before Black Friday and if you’re ordering online you should also start earlier as we don’t know if items are going to show up at your home in time.”

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Can’t wait for Black Friday 2021? Shop these early deals at Walmart, Best Buy and more

Black Friday 2021 is nearly upon us and big name retailers like Walmart, Best Buy and more have already started offering savings.

Black Friday 2021 is nearly upon us and big name retailers like Walmart, Best Buy and more have already started offering savings.

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We’re getting closer and closer to the holiday season, which means everyone is waiting for Black Friday savings on appliances, technology, toys and more. During the annual sales event—the biggest shopping holiday of the year—shoppers can find the best discounts of the year from Best Buy, Apple, Target, Amazon and more. This year, Black Friday lands on Friday, November 26, but we’re already seeing several retailers—including Amazon, Best Buy and Walmart—hosting early Black Friday 2021 deals.

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Shop holiday and home must-haves at Black Friday prices right now at QVC

Shop hundreds of markdowns on customer favorites during the Black Friday Preview Sale at QVC.

Shop hundreds of markdowns on customer favorites during the Black Friday Preview Sale at QVC.

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Want to beat the holiday buying rush? While Black Friday may still be two months away, QVC just launched its Black Friday Preview sale with tons of deals on must-have tech, beauty, home and fashion products.

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Running through Sunday, October 10, the preview sale means you can shop markdowns on hundreds of holiday essentials right now. Planning on doing some holiday baking? Keep your cookies fresh for Santa with LocknLock gingerbread printed canisters. The set of five food storage containers are currently down by more than 15% from $29.66 to $24.72. The holiday themed

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