Black Friday is always confusing, and this year there are a ton of massive multiday sales to sort through. Since you’re being responsible and shopping from home, you might find yourself doing a lot more research. WIRED’s Gear team has tested hundreds of products across nearly every category, and we’re hunting all weekend long for truly impressive deals on the gadgets and gizmos we think are worthwhile. Keep this page bookmarked. We’ll update it regularly as prices change, as products go out of stock, and as we find more awesome discounts.
We strike through items that sell out or are no longer at their deal price as of publishing. Discounts sometimes return, so check for yourself.
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Updated November 27: We’ve added new sections for fitness deals, self-care deals, home office deals, and pandemic gear deals. We checked prices and added new discounts on several products.
WIRED’s Black Friday Coverage
- Deals Under $50
- TV and Soundbar Deals
- Laptop and PC Deals
- Home Office Deals
- Phone and Tablet Deals
- Headphone and Audio Deals
- Home, Kitchen, and Parenting Deals
- Self-Care and Sex Toy Deals
- Fitness and Outdoors Deals
- Video Game Deals
- Mattress Deals
- Amazon Deals and Google Deals
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Phone, Tablet, and Gadget Deals
Check out the rest of our Black Friday Phone, Tablet, and Smartwatch picks.
Google Pixel 5 for $650 ($50 off)
If you require a phone with a great camera, the Pixel 5 (8/10, WIRED Recommends) is a fantastic option. You can get another $200 off if you activate it on Verizon or Google Fi, but note that the savings come in the form of monthly bill credits.
Samsung Galaxy S20 Fan Edition for $550 ($150 off)
This is a runner-up in our Best Android Phones guide. It’s fast, the battery life is good, and the cameras are versatile—all for much less money than you’d pay for the Galaxy S20. If you want to go all-out on the slightly better version of this phone, you can get the S20 for $800 ($200 off) instead.
Moto G Stylus for $200 ($100 off)
The Moto G Stylus is usually too expensive for what you get, but today’s deal makes the phone worthwhile. While not mind-blowing, the performance is alright. Just keep in mind that the cameras struggle in low light and the phone’s lackluster palm rejection tech makes the included stylus not very useful.
If you want to spend as little as possible, you might want to check out the Moto G Power for $180 ($70 off) or the Moto G Fast for $150 ($50 off). Read our Moto G Power and Moto G Fast reviews for more.
★ Best Tablet—iPad 10.2-Inch for $280 ($49 off)
The standard iPad is still the best tablet to get, and it sits at a price point that’s a lot easier to swallow than its pricey counterparts. It can do nearly everything you could want to do on an iPad and will likely last you years. Previous iPad models have eventually gotten discounted to $250 during select deal events, but we haven’t yet seen that price for this year’s iPad. Right now, $280 is the lowest we’ve ever seen it.
iPad Pro (2020) for $729 ($70 off)
This is the luxury iPad. It’s powerful, it supports the second-generation Apple Pencil, and it has some of the best speakers on a tablet to boot. The 11-inch is a perfect size, but you can also get $100 off the 13-inch iPad Pro.
Amazon Fire 10-Inch Tablets ($40-$70 off)
Amazon’s Fire tablets are cheap and fine. They’re good for kids who don’t need speedy performance, or for binge-watching The Expanse on Prime Video before bed. These tablets don’t have Google Play, so they’re lacking some options that other Android devices have. The Kids Edition comes with a two-year worry-free guarantee—if it breaks when your child chucks it out the window during a rainstorm, or decides to try and use it as a Frisbee, you’re covered.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite for $250 ($100 off)
The Tab S6 Lite is on the slow side in terms of performance. If you’re using it for lightweight tasks, like reading or watching movies, it’s completely fine. It’s a great alternative to Amazon’s Fire tablets for those who want full Google Play Store access.
★ Best for iPhone—Apple Watch Series 6 for $330 ($69 off)
The Apple Watch Series 6 (8/10, WIRED Recommends) is the newest and best wearable for iPhone users. If you don’t need the latest features but are looking to upgrade your older model, the Apple Watch SE is also on sale at $20 off. Read our Apple Watches guide to learn more.
Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 for $339 ($60 off)
We’re still in the process of reviewing this gadget, but WIRED’s Julian Chokkattu says it’s a great option for folks who don’t use iPhones. Some of its features require you to use them with a Samsung phone, but the rotating bezel and long battery life are pluses no matter which Android phone you’re using.
Kindle for $60 ($30 off)
The 2019 Kindle (8/10, WIRED Recommends) is a great e-reader, especially since Amazon added a backlight to its 6-inch screen. We wish it had USB-C charging instead of MicroUSB, but we still like it. Check out our Kindle Buying Guide for more information on the various models.
Kindle Paperwhite for $85 ($45 off)
Take the 2019 Kindle, add water resistance and a better screen resolution, and you have the Kindle Paperwhite. It isn’t the cheapest option, but if you like to read in the tub or by the pool, you might want to opt for it. The luxury Kindle Oasis is also on sale for $200 ($80 off). It doesn’t add much over the Paperwhite, but you get page-turn buttons and a square shape.
Insta360 One R Twin Edition Camera for $407 ($73 off)
The One R (8/10, WIRED Recommends) combines the best of action and 360-degree cameras into one neat hybrid package. You can swap between lenses to shoot wide-angle in 4K at 60 frames per second or in 360 degrees for a striking visual effect.
Kodak Smile Instant-Print Camera for $105 ($45 off)
The Kodak Smile Classic (8/10, WIRED Recommends) is our pick for the best zero-ink instant camera. This is a match for its lowest-ever price, which we’ve only seen a couple of times before. The deal ends tonight.
Pandemic Gear Deals
It’s good fun to score great Black Friday deals, but it’s even better when they’ll help protect you from a global pandemic. Here are a few items you might want to consider as you continue to take precautions and social distance.
Society6 Face Masks for $12 ($4 off)
WIRED staffer Kim Chua loves these face masks. (Here are more of our favorite masks.) They come in several eye-catching designs, and they’re not too expensive.
Baggu Face Mask 3-Pack for $24 ($8 off)
These are on our Best Face Masks list. When a WIRED staffer’s relative was sick with Covid-19, she found them comfortable enough to sleep in. We prefer the ear loop style to the tie-back style. Baggu makes awesome reusable bags, too (a sustainable alternative to plastic), which are part of the sitewide Black Friday sale.
Olika Hand Sanitizer Spray for $34 ($8 off)
If you don’t want to make your own hand sanitizer, and you’re tired of vodka-scented mass-produced sanitizer, this deal might be up your alley.
No-Touch Forehead Thermometer for $24 ($20 off)
This thermometer usually costs between $30 and $50. It uses infrared to read body temperature in just one second, so you won’t have to deal with probing under a sick kid’s tongue.
TV and Entertainment Deals
Check out the rest of our Black Friday TV and Soundbar picks.
★ Best TV Deal—Vizio OLED TV for $900 ($400 off)
This is our favorite TV deal this year. It’s the cheapest new OLED we’ve seen, making it one of the best-looking TVs for the price. The HDMI 2.1 ports mean you can get up to 120 Hz at 4K resolution, making it especially great if you plan to game on the PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X.
LG CX OLED TV for $1,350 ($450 off)
This LG TV (8/10, WIRED Recommends) may be gorgeous, but that isn’t the only reason we like it. The low refresh rate and Nvidia G-Sync support work in conjunction to keep things looking good, even if you’re using this big screen as a computer monitor for PC gaming. It can also handle 4K resolution at 120 frames per second for the latest consoles. The TV has been going in and out of stock, and we aren’t sure whether it will be available again.
Sony A8H OLED 65-Inch 4K TV for $1,798 ($500 off)
WIRED reviewer Jess Grey said this is one of the prettiest TVs she has ever seen. It’s also obnoxiously spendy. But you’ll get amazing picture quality with stunning blacks, and at 65 inches, this will be a behemoth in your living room.
Samsung Q60T 50-Inch 4K TV for $498 ($152 off)
This TV is a bit smaller than our other picks, but it’s good if you’re looking for a second set or are working with limited space.
★ Top Soundbar—Vizio Elevate Dolby Atmos Rotating Soundbar for $700 ($300 off)
This is one of our favorite soundbars of 2020, but its intelligent rotating speakers comes with a steep price tag. Today’s deal is one of the best we’ve seen.
Vizio Dolby Atmos Soundbar for $300 ($200 off)
For a good midrange option, this Dolby Atmos-enabled soundbar won’t steer you wrong. You won’t get all the bells and whistles, but you don’t necessarily need all the bells and whistles. Amazon has a similar model without Atmos for $50 less.
Optoma 4K Projector for $1,099 ($200 off)
We quite like Optoma’s home theater projectors. This one has fantastic image processing and a speedy refresh rate. You can even game with it. If you are OK with a lower resolution, this
Optoma HD projector ($750 ($50 off) should work.
Fire TV Stick 4K for $30 ($20 off)
This is one of our favorite streaming sticks, but it’s best for Prime members, since it favors Prime Video and purchasing content through Amazon. (You can get a free 30-day trial of Amazon Prime; just remember to cancel it before you’re charged.)
★ Best for Streaming—Roku Streaming Stick+ for $30 ($20 off)
This is our favorite streaming device. It plugs into the HDMI port on the back of your TV. The interface is easy to use, as is the voice remote, and it has the best app support of any platform. Read our Roku guide for more.
Yousician 1 Year Subscription to Music Learning Tool for $90 ($90 off)
Yousician is one of the best tools for learning music that we’ve seen. It’s usually free for a week and then $180 per year. It uses the mic on your laptop or phone to give you feedback while you play, and the weekly challenges encourage you to keep practicing.
Check out our other Black Friday Laptop and Tablet picks.
Surface Pro 7 With Type Cover for $800 ($100 off)
Specs: Intel Core i5 CPU, 8 GB RAM, 128 GB SSD
The Surface Pro 7 (8/10, WIRED Recommends) isn’t the cheapest Surface, but this is one of the best prices we’ve seen on the laptop-tablet hybrid. You’ll get a keyboard and sleeve too. You might want to get a Surface Pen if you plan on drawing or taking notes in tablet mode.
Surface Laptop 3 for $1,193 ($307 off)
Specs: AMD Ryzen 5 3580U CPU, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD
The all-aluminum, 15-inch Surface Laptop 3 (7/10) is lightweight and features a wider aspect ratio than most screens, meaning you have more room for multiple windows or documents. It’s speedy, quiet, and cool, plus you get a great trackpad and a nice keyboard.
MacBook Pro 13-Inch for $1,400 ($100 off)
Specs: Apple’s new M1 CPU, 8 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD
This brand-new MacBook Pro isn’t heavily discounted, but you can save a little money. It features Apple’s latest M1 chip, which is significantly more powerful than previous Intel-powered Macs.
Dell XPS 13 for $1,200 ($200 off)
Specs: Intel Core i7 CPU, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD
The newest XPS 13 is one of the best Windows laptops (9/10, WIRED Recommends) around. What this model lacks in 4K screen resolution it makes up for in battery life. The XPS 13 is beefy enough for most tasks, even video editing.
Lenovo ThinkPad X390 for $800 ($950 off)
Specs: Intel Core i7 CPU, 8 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD
This laptop might not look flashy, but it’s solid, and WIRED reviewer Scott Gilbertson likes the keyboard a lot. It isn’t the most powerful editing or gaming machine, but if you aren’t looking to do anything too CPU-heavy, it’s a safe bet.
Asus Chromebook Flip C434 for $480 ($90 off)
Specs: Intel Core M3 CPU, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB SSD
This is our favorite Chromebook. It strikes a good balance between price, power, and features. The 2-in-1 design allows for a tablet mode when you’re watching movies (or using Android apps), but you can simply stick to the traditional laptop mode too. The screen is sharp compared with other Chromebooks, and the battery lasts all day.
Home Office Deals
Fully Jarvis Bamboo Standing Desk (30×24) for $475 ($44 off)
Many of us at WIRED love this standing desk. It’s easy to adjust the height, and if you don’t mind paying for them, you can choose from several options to customize the desk further. If you’re tired of sitting all day while working from home, this is a good way to sneak in some more activity.
Staples Hyken Mesh Task Chair for $150 ($80 off)
Ask WIRED reviews editor Jeffrey Van Camp which budget-conscious chair you should get, and this is what he’ll recommend. It’s comfortable and supportive, and a good chair can make a big difference when you’re sitting at your computer all day.
LG 34-Inch Ultrawide Full HD Monitor for $330 ($50 off)
WIRED’s Jeffrey Van Camp uses and likes this LG monitor. It has HDMI and DisplayPort inputs, a sharp pixel resolution, and a quick response time. If you tend to have way too many tabs open, ultrawide monitors are the way to go—they can simultaneously display two full-size browser windows side by side.
Aukey KM-G3 Keyboard for $40 ($25 off)
The best budget mechanical keyboard is cheaper than ever before. Seriously, a good mechanical keyboard for less than $50? This is a steal.
Aukey HD Webcam for $30 ($20 off)
Webcams have gotten both more expensive and harder to find since the onset of the pandemic. This option is perfectly capable and super inexpensive.
Aukey 65W 2-Port Fast Wall Charger for $25 ($13 off)
The WIRED Gear team has lots of go-to tangents, but get one of us started on the lack of wall adapters being included with modern technology, and we might never stop ranting. Like Alanis Morissette (probably) once said: It’s like 10,000 cables when all you need is a wall adapter. This Aukey one can recharge your MacBook or two phones simultaneously. For a more powerful model, clip the coupon and use code 2LP4P4WH to get this 100-W version for $13 off.
Home and Kitchen Deals
Be sure to read all our picks for the best Black Friday home and kitchen deals.
★ Top Pick—Dyson Cyclone V10 Cordless Vacuum for $349 ($150 off)
This is one of our favorite stick vacuums. We like it so much we wrote an entire article about this deal. It’s lightweight, versatile, quiet, and has about an hour of run time per charge. It’s nearly identical to the model WIRED senior editor Michael Calore reviewed—the only difference is the Animal doesn’t have the soft roller head attachment.
Cleancult Sustainable Soap and Cleaners for $80 ($57 off)
Cleancult makes some of the best sustainable cleaners. You’ll get a set of refillable containers, plus eco-friendly hand soap, dish soap, all-purpose cleaner, laundry detergent, and dish tablets. This bundle also comes with bar soaps, dryer balls, and a funnel. The products are plant-based, smell fantastic, and much more sustainable overall compared to buying new plastic bottles every month. Note that Cleancult is subscription-based and will offer you a membership for regular refill cartons. Make sure to opt out of refills in your Profile on the website if you’d rather wait.
Petcube Bites 2 for $159 ($90 off)
Eagle Creek Compression Packing Cube Set for $22 ($17 off)
These packing cubes are awesome. We recommend them in our pandemic road trip guide, and several of us here at WIRED use them. We aren’t traveling right now, but for future trips, these cubes will come in handy. I (Louryn) have a tendency to drastically overpack; these compressive cubes satisfy my irrational need to overstuff my suitcase.
Chatbooks Customized Instagram Photo Books for 30 percent off
We’ve recommended these books in Mother’s Day gift guides, but they also make good gifts for staying connected through quarantine. The service connects to your Instagram and prints the photos out in book format. Senior writer Adrienne So says this is the fastest and easiest photo book printing service.
Ooni Fyra for $200 ($50 off)
Aura Carver Frame for $159 ($40 off)
These are great gifts for staying connected during lockdown, especially for long-distance family members. We only see these frames discounted around shopping holidays.
Sea to Summit Lite Line Clothesline for $10 ($3 off)
Peak Design Messenger Bag for $120 ($30 off)
Peak Design makes some of our favorite bags, and the Everyday Sling is a top pick in our Best Messenger Bags guide. Despite its roominess, it keeps a slim profile. All of the Everyday Bags are discounted.
Helix Midnight Luxe Hybrid Mattress for $1,649 ($200 off)
This is our favorite mattress. It’s comfortable and cushioning, and it won’t make you feel like you’re sinking too much. If you order a size smaller than queen, use code BLACKFRIDAY150 for $150 off orders $1,250 or more, or use BLACKFRIDAY100 for a discount on a $600 order. It comes with two free pillows.
Allswell Luxe Hybrid Mattress for $484 ($161 off)
Allswell with code TURKEY25
Allswell (made by Walmart) has nice mattresses for the price. The Luxe is similar to the Standard Hybrid (which is not currently on sale, but still only $375), with three extra layers of foam and a plusher top cover. Both are hybrids with a full bed of individually wrapped springs inside to prevent motion transfer. We’ve also tried and loved the Supreme, which is on sale for around $750. It offers a plushness you usually don’t find until you hit the $1,200 mattresses.
Birch Natural Mattress for $1,299 ($200 off)
Helix is the parent company of Birch, which is a more eco-friendly hybrid mattress. I really like it and so does my partner, even though we have different sleeping preferences. Just keep in mind that it might keep you a little warmer than some other options. This deal comes with two pillows.
PopSockets Phone Accessories Sale: 25 percent off
Phone grips make good, small holiday gifts. PopSockets has a sale running sitewide, so it’s a good time to pick up a new grip if yours is grubby. All of these options are around $11 or less. Shipping is free on orders over $20. This is a one-day deal.
Fitness and Outdoors Deals
We have even more picks for the best Black Friday fitness and outdoors deals.
Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 for $180 ($70 off)
This affordable smartwatch can (mostly) do it all, especially if you’re not using iOS. Track fitness stats, check notifications by glancing at your wrist, and enjoy the rarity that is multiday battery life for less than $200.
Fitbit Charge 4 for $100 ($50 off)
This simple, straightforward tracker is more of a true fitness wearable and less of a multipurpose smartwatch. You can upgrade its features if you choose to pay $80 a year for Fitbit Premium, but the service isn’t necessary if you don’t need bells and whistles. Check out our Fitness Tracker Buying Guide for more good picks.
Icebreaker Merino Siren Sweetheart Top for $56 ($24 off)
Icebreaker base layers are one of our favorite ways to keep warm. Corespun merino wool wicks away moisture while providing insulating warmth. Senior reviewer Adrienne So rotates these in different colors throughout the winter. The neckline is also quite flattering for Zoom calls and lounging in the living room.
Patagonia Nano Puff Jacket for $139 ($60 off)
This compact and lightweight synthetic jacket will keep you warm without weighing you down. The men’s version is on sale for the same price.
Echo and Nest Deals
Echo Dot Kids Edition for $39 ($21 off)
The very cute Echo Dot Kids Edition comes with some parental controls and a one-year subscription to Amazon Kids+. Alexa can read your kiddo bedtime stories, play age-appropriate music, and more. Keep in mind that the Kids+ subscription automatically renews at $3 per month, so don’t forget to cancel if you’re not interested in paying for it.
Echo Dot for $29 ($21 off)
This recently updated spherical speaker has Alexa built in. Our tester loves it so far and says it has better sound than previous versions. You can bundle it with a Sengled Smart Bulb for the same price.
Echo Show 5 and Blink Mini Camera for $50 ($30 off)
The Echo Show 5 isn’t our favorite gadget, but it’s a good option if you want a small smart display for your kitchen counter or front entryway. You’ll get a mini indoor camera bundled in, too. Alternatively, you may want to check out the bigger Echo Show 8 for $20 more (the camera can be bundled for an additional $5).
Nest Mini for $19 ($30 off)
If you, like us, prefer Google Assistant to Amazon’s Alexa, this is a good deal on Google’s smallest smart speaker. Check out our review for more.
Nest Hub for $50 ($40 off)
This little hub doesn’t have a camera or great speakers. It’s best suited for entryways to manage your smart home devices or to see upcoming calendar events and reminders. You can also use it to check your security cameras. The Walmart deal includes $20 in Vudu credit if that’s something you want. (Yes, you can watch movies and shows on this hub too.)
Nest Learning Thermostat for $199 ($50 off)
Use the Nest app to adjust your home’s temperature remotely or set schedules to avoid paying for unnecessary heating and cooling. Nest learns as you use it—so, for example, it’ll keep your home cooler while you’re asleep and not moving around. Check with your energy provider—you might be able to get a rebate for installing a Nest thermostat.
Headphone and Speaker Deals
Read all our Black Friday Headphone and Speaker picks.
★ Best for iPhone—Apple AirPods Pro for $169 ($80 off)
The AirPods Pro (8/10, WIRED Recommends) have been on sale a lot lately, but they’ve never dropped this low in price before. They have active noise canceling and impressive sound, and the silicone ear tips keep them comfortable and secure.
★ Best Headphones—Sony WH-1000XM4 for $278 ($72 off)
The WH-1000XM4 (9/10, WIRED Recommends) are our favorite wireless headphones and our favorite noise-canceling headphones. They sound great, they feel great, and they look great. The battery will last you all day, and the touch controls are a nice addition.
Beats Powerbeats Pro for $160 ($90 off)
This deal is only for specific colors, but the Powerbeats Pro are some of our favorite workout earbuds (even if they go on sale relatively often).
★ Best Earbuds—1More ColorBuds for $70 ($30 off)
Samsung Galaxy Buds Live Earbuds for $140 ($30 off)
Affectionately dubbed “the Beans,” these futuristic earbuds (7/10, WIRED Review) look as good as they sound. They also don’t fall in price too often.
★ Top Pick—Sonos Move for $299 ($100 off)
The Sonos Move is one of our favorite smart speakers, as well as one of our favorite Bluetooth speakers. Deals on Sonos products are very rare, and this is the cheapest price we’ve ever seen this speaker at.
★ Best Bluetooth Speaker—Ultimate Ears Megaboom 3 for $100 ($39 off)
Our top pick among the best bluetooth speakers, this colorful, portable party can hang anywhere. It’s waterproof and has enough battery life to last through the night.
JBL Clip 3 Mini Bluetooth Speaker for $30 ($40 off)
The Clip 3 is another great option for portable sound. I, Louryn, use it to play music while I’m rollerskating so that I can still hear cars over the music. The built-in carabiner makes it easy to hang the speaker from a fanny pack. (Or a curtain rod, if you’re the kind of person who likes accompaniment when you sing in the shower. Don’t ask how I know this.)
MysteryVibe Crescendo for $105 ($45 off)
The MysteryVibe Crescendo has powerful vibrations and customization settings, and the design works well with different body types. The rest of MysteryVibes’ lineup is also discounted.
Foreo UFO Mask Infusing Facial Device for $129 ($70 off)
We like this unisex device and have included it in both our Mother’s Day and Father’s Day gift guides. Its LED lights, heating and cooling functions, and vibrations can give your skin-care routine a boost.
Colgate Hum Electric Toothbrush for $56 ($14 off)
We love the Colgate Hum. Most smart toothbrushes are more work than they’re worth. This one is not only more affordable than its competitors, but it has the right amount of features without too many nonessentials.
T3 Lucea ID Hair Straightener for $176 ($59 off)
This is one of WIRED reviewer Medea Giordano’s favorite flat irons. It can be used to straighten and curl, and there are different settings to help it perform well on every hair type.
The Crave Vesper Vibrator Necklace for $52 ($28 off)
Crave’s wearable vibrator necklace works well and looks great. It made our list of the Best Sex Tech and Toys. We also like the Duet Pro—its customization settings don’t require sharing sensitive data with an app.
The Unbound Bender Flexible Vibrator for $52 ($17 off)
We haven’t yet listed this brand in our Sex Tech Buying Guide, but we like its products. The Bender is particularly neat. It’s waterproof, beginner-friendly, and super flexible. This is a one-day deal.
Video Game Deals
Read all our Black Friday Gaming picks.
Nintendo Switch Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Bundle for $300 ($68 off)
A Nintendo Switch console in stock is hard to come by, let alone a bundle with added value at a non-inflated price. This comes with Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and three months of Nintendo Switch Online, and it already keeps selling out. We probably won’t see any other Nintendo Switch deals worth sharing this weekend.
Hades (Nintendo Switch Game) for $20 ($5 off)
This is Louryn’s absolute favorite game of 2020. It’s fun to play and ridiculously hard. Luckily, when you inevitably die over and over again, you’ll just further the storyline. Read more about it in WIRED’s review.
Until Dawn (PS4) for $10 ($10 off)
This title is an oldie but a goodie. WIRED reviewer Jess Grey says it’s one of her favorites. You’ll choose your own adventure in an Evil Dead-like horror setting, attempting to avoid a murderer while stranded on top of a mountain.
Death Stranding (PS4) for $20 ($20 off)
Hideo Kojima directed this bizarre-in-a-good-way game. You play as Sam, a deliveryman in a postapocalyptic world ravaged by angry, hungry ghost-monsters. (We feel it’s important to mention that Sam is played by Norman Reedus.)
3 Months of Xbox Game Pass for $23 ($22 off)
The best reason to get an Xbox Series X or Xbox One X is for Game Pass. You’ll get access to over 300 games as well as an ever-changing roster of new and old games.
12 Months of PlayStation Plus for $45 ($15 off)
If you own a PlayStation and play games online, you need PlayStation Plus. Right now, you can get a year of it for cheaper than normal.
The Outer Worlds (Xbox One) for $20 ($40 off)
If you’re into side quests and anti-capitalism, or you’re looking to fill the void that Fallout left, this is a good RPG to pick up. Read our review for more.
Razer Viper for $100 ($50 off)
Out of all the gaming mice we’ve tried, the Razer Viper is the very best. It’s fast and reliable, and most importantly, it feels natural to use it.
Samsung Pro Endurance 128 GB MicroSD Card for $20 ($20 off)
This card is fast and durable. It’ll work anywhere you’d normally use it, but it’s especially great for video recording, making it a good option for dash or security cameras.
Roccat Kain 120 AIMO Mouse for $30 ($40 off)
This is one of the best gaming mice. It’s clicky and tactile, and there are a few buttons to help you customize your gameplay.
Halo: The Master Chief Collection (PC) for $26 ($14 off)
This remastered Halo bundle includes six titles. It’s a good way to kill some time (and bad guys.)
The Sims 4 for $5 ($35 off) + DLC Deals
We love The Sims 4, but it can get really expensive if you want to purchase DLC. Almost every extra pack is on sale right now, plus the base game is only $5. With over 30 extra packs available, we recommend checking our Best Sims 4 Add-Ons guide to smartly take advantage of the sale.
Black Friday Retailer Pages
Here are some of the other major sales going on right now. Check out our Black Friday tips for more advice.
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