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Black Friday Deals You Won’t Want to Miss

Dave LeClair Updated 23-11-2018

The time of the year is here again. Retailing giants and department stores are preparing for the annual sales event that takes the world by storm. But you needn’t leave the comfort of your home. In fact, a lot of Black Friday deals can be had in your living room on the day after Thanksgiving.


To get you started early, here are some of the best Black Friday deals to shop online from retailers other than Amazon. Please bookmark this post as it will be updated frequently.

The prices below may only be valid from Nov 19 until Nov 23 and are subject to change.

Photography Deals

TV Deals

Phone, Tablet, and Laptop Deals

Wearable Deals

Drone Deals

Software Deals

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  1. John
    November 17, 2017 at 6:12 am

    You guys seriously aren't advertising Norton, are you? What's your affiliate comission %? Because that's clearly an affiliate link with CJ affiliates noticeable at the end of the URL.

    Speaking of that, I don't see anywhere on this site being posted that you will receive affiliate commission from your links. Don't you have to?

    If anyone's reading this, DO NOT get Norton. It's worse than a virus because it slows your computer down, and is harder to remove than a virus would be.

    • Jackson Chung
      November 17, 2017 at 6:35 am

      Sure - the disclaimer is in our sidebar and appears in every article.

      We're just reporting the deals as they come in. This isn't a recommendations post so we're not telling you what to buy or what not to buy.

      • John
        November 17, 2017 at 5:32 pm

        I missed the disclaimer, I'm sorry about that.

        That doesn't matter, that's a pretty weak argument. You're listing Norton in a post labeled "Black Friday Deals You Won't Want To Miss." Posting it is an explicit advertising, especially since you earn a commission from the sales. And if I "won't want to miss it", it is absolutely a recommendation.

        What if I posted on my blog that there's a 20% off White Power t-shirts and KKK hood sales in a post labeled "Don't miss these apparel deals!" with my affiliate link? Wouldn't you believe that people would get mad that I'm not only profiting from the sales of something obviously offensive, but also promoting it by posting a link?

        Norton is a scam- it slows down your computer an incredible amount, and it's extremely difficult to fully remove, just like the viruses it's suppose to protect against. On top of that, it is just about the worst software for stopping viruses. And this isn't an opinion, anyone can use google to see how terrible Norton is in about 30 seconds. Like McAfee, Norton is so well known for being total garbage it's become a joke.

        Don't promote bloatware/scams. The few dollars in affiliate revenue shouldn't be worth your integrity and credibility.