Black Friday is right around the corner. It has become a staple U.S. holiday when the best deals year-round are offered the day after Thanksgiving in stores across the country. Between all of the different Black Friday ads that come out, it can often be difficult to filter through all of them and find the best deals.
Discounted TVs, laptops, smartphones, tablets, accessories, cameras and more — there’s quite a bit to keep an eye out for.
So, let Guiding Tech do the work for you. We’ve rounded up the best ways to track the best Black Friday deals all around the web including various websites and even better, Twitter accounts, so you can follow along right on social media. Check out our picks below and hopefully save some cash along the way.
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BlackFriday.com is easily the best on-demand resource for all of the Black Friday deals every single year. The website includes deals from the biggest retail and online stores like Walmart, Target, Best Buy, Amazon, Kohl’s, Sears, Kmart, Overstock and plenty of others. You can even use the search bar to find deals like “TVs” and see all of the televisions across all of the stores.
If you’d rather browse, you can just click Black Friday Ads at the top to run through the individual store ads and find something you like. Or skip Black Friday altogether and check out the Cyber Monday deals instead — which is just online deals. Keep your eye on BlackFriday.com and check back frequently for updates.
DealNews is a similar website to BlackFriday.com, but the perk of using DealNews is that it updates year-round. So you can use this website to see deals whether it’s a holiday or not. Additionally, DealNews has better navigation. For instance, if you’re looking for televisions, you can roll over televisions and immediately select the size, then filter by prices and other options.
If you’re looking strictly for Black Friday deals, click the Black Friday link at the top of the page. From there, you can browse Apple deals, laptop deals, tablet deals, phone deals, TV deals or gaming deals.
DealNews has free mobile apps as well on iOS and Android.
BFAds is another great resource for tracking Black Friday deals. You can view scans of the online and in-store ads from dozens of stores across the country, view solely “hot deals” in a variety of product categories or search on your own. BFAds updates the blog on the homepage as new Black Friday and Cyber Monday ads come in.
You can also sign up for their email newsletter to see ads that leak ahead of time before anyone else.
If you don’t feel like searching through Black Friday deals, let the Black Friday deals come to you instead. As long as you have a Twitter account that you use regularly, just follow some popular Black Friday accounts to see the deals roll in live on your timeline.
Here’s our list of the best Twitter accounts for Black Friday deals.