Our Favorite Electronics Deals on Black Friday: Save Up to 58% on TVs, iPads, Laptops and More
Have a TV or tablet on your shopping list? Perhaps your family could use a new laptop, or maybe you just want to upgrade to a new PS4 for yourself.
Black Friday has hundreds — no, thousands — of deals on electronics. Everything from MacBooks to Xbox Ones are on sale.
So once you come out of your Thanksgiving food coma, you might want to consider stopping by your local retailer. Or, stay put in your pajamas and just hop online for sales.
Here are a few of our favorite deals on this year’s hottest electronics.
1. PlayStation 4: $249 at Best Buy or Walmart
Whether you’re headed to Walmart or Best Buy this Black Friday, you can get the 500GB console complete with “Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection” — all for under $250.
2. iPad Mini 2: $199 at Walmart
iPads are one of the hottest gifts around, and this iPad from Walmart is a steal at $199. That’s a savings of 26%, which is unusually high for Apple products.
3. 55” Westinghouse 1080p LED TV: $249.99 at Target
Who needs the movie theatre when you’ve got this in your living room? Unlike its price, this TV is MASSIVE. You can grab it in person at your local Target for 58% off.
4. Dell Inspiron 15.6″ Laptop: $279.99 at Staples
You’ll find a lot of laptop deals out there this Black Friday, but we like this Dell Inspiron laptop from Staples because it has ample processing power and is made by a reputable brand. And at this price, it’s 37% off!
5. Xbox One Bundle: $299.99 From GameStop
This Xbox One bundle from GameStop comes with the console, a full-game download of “Gears of War: Ultimate Edition,” the Superstar Cole multiplayer skin and early access to the Gears of War 4 Beta.
6. Apple MacBook Pro 13-Inch: $899.99 at Best Buy
It’s tough to find a better-priced MacBook Pro than this one from Best Buy. Regularly priced at $1,099, this is a savings of 18%.
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