You can grab some of the exciting Early Black Friday deals now on Amazon. Check these options from Apple Macbook, iPad to Google Pixel 7.
Black Friday sale still has a month to go, but early Black Friday deals are already floating around on the internet. If you have missed the chance to buy premium products at low rates during the two Amazon Prime Day sales, then early Black Friday deals are here now. Black Friday is an annual traditional event, which now is highlighted by a nationwide shopping extravaganza. It will take place on November 25, 2022. But you don’t have to wait that long.
So, if you are looking to thin-down your wallet, Amazon is offering deals on iPads, MacBook Air, premium TVs, latest Google Pixel 7, and more. Here, we have listed out the best early Black Friday deals from e-commerce website Amazon.
Early Black Friday 2022 deals
Apple iPad 2021
Apple iPad 2021 which features 10.2-inch display and packs A13 Bionic chipset has seen a massive price cut. Ahead of the Black Friday sale, Amazon is offering the iPad 2021 priced at just $229 instead of $329 for the 64GB storage variant. It also features a 12MP front camera.
Apple MacBook Air
It may not get the latest generation chipset, but one thing is sure that you will be able to grab this powerful MacBook Air with 7-core M1 CPU at just $799 with 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD on Amazon. It was earlier priced at $999.
Samsung Q70A Series QLED 4K TV
It is one of the more interesting deals! If you are looking for a new 4K TV for cinematic experience, then this Samsung Q70A Series QLED 4K TV is currently available at $947 with a flat 32 percent discount on Amazon. It gets a smooth motion up to 120Hz as well as in-built Alexa and Google Assistant support.
Google Pixel 7
Google recently launched the newer generation of its Pixel family. The whole new Google Pixel 7 can be purchased for $599 instead of $699 on Amazon. This is because Amazon is offering a $100 Amazon gift card along with Pixel 7. For those who are unaware, the Google Pixel 7 features a 6.3-inch 90Hz OLED display and latest Tensor G2 chipset.