When we choose our top 30 Black Friday deals, it's not just about the discount. We're thinking about who's on your holiday shopping list, and what you've got your eye on for yourself. This year, our picks for the best Black Friday deals of 2017 include laptops, toys, bedding, vacuums, a TV for every budget, and more.
If you plan on shopping at Walmart on Black Friday, you may want to get your hands on one of the Black Friday maps for your local store. The color-coded aisles on the maps show you exactly where to get your hands on the best deals from their Black Friday ad. The maps are available on both Walmart.com and the Walmart app as of today.
This may surprise you, but Dell, a retailer famous for its popular PCs, is actually one of the best places to find a deal on an HDTV — no kidding!
I'll just come right out and say it: the Amazon Black Friday sale can be confusing, even for the seasoned sale sniffers here at Brad's Deals. After reading the online megastore's press release each year, we know we're going to get a ton of questions from readers about when certain items would go on sale, how long each sale would last, and how to know what kinds of sales to expect on what days.
We give lots of advice here at Brad's Deals on what the best credit card is for certain purchases. For example, we've detailed the best for online shopping and the best for travel purchases, among many others. But what about specific stores, like Best Buy, who offer their own brand of credit card? Does it deserve to be in your wallet?
If you've been doing a bit of online shopping in preparation for the holidays, getting an order confirmation email from a store like Target, Home Depot, Walmart or Costco probably won't set off any alarm bells for you.
Amazon's Black Friday sneak peek list is long and mysterious, hinting at plenty of deals worth of Black Friday even as it reveals so little that we weren't already expecting.
Is your ever-growing list of gifts to get this year bringing you the holly jolly jitters more than holiday happiness? Let us ease some of that seasonal stress with our list of the best toys that may just end up stealing some of Santa’s thunder.
I will be the first to admit that I have a problem: I don't like watching TV at most of my friends' homes. It just sounds too terrible. It's my own fault. Years ago I decided to invest in a nice A/V receiver and a decent set of speakers, and now I can't sit through watching a movie on a TV if the only way I am going to hear sound is through the TV itself. It just sounds like tin cans to me. Trust me, once you upgrade your TVs audio, you'll never want to go back, either. The good news is, this is the best time of year to find great prices on audio.
If you're paying shipping fees for your Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and other holiday shopping, then you're probably doing something wrong.