Best Buy’s early Black Friday sale is finally here with a brand new lineup of tech deals that just dropped right in time for the weekend. You can start holiday shopping and snag big discounts on Samsung TVs, Sony noise-canceling headphones, Roku streaming sticks and more.
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In anticipation of supply chain issues and labor shortages, retailers, like Walmart, eBay, Target and Amazon, are kicking off their holiday season sales several weeks in advance.
Below, we’ve gathered all of the best early Best Buy Black Friday deals, plus answered some of the most common questions. We’ll continually update this post with more information and deals as we receive them. Looking for gift ideas? Check out our coverage.
Whether you need a powerful new sound system for your TV setup, a new monitor for your computer needs or just want to see what all the fuss is over streaming devices, Best Buy has a plethora of items on sale. Check out the best of the best below:
Laptops and tablets
This isn’t a huge discount, but if you’re in the market for a new iPad Pro you can save $100 this weekend. The device is quite a beast. Check out our full review (8/10, WIRED Recommends) for all the details on the new screen and powerful M1 chip.
The OnePlus 9 Pro (8/10, WIRED Recommends) has a great camera system, and it’s plenty fast. It boasts good battery life and recharges both by wire and wirelessly. It doesn’t work on AT&T, but otherwise this is a good deal on a solid top-tier phone.
This is the lowest price we’ve seen on this phone this year. Motorola’s Moto G series has long been one of our favorite phones for the money. The G Power is affordable and offers decent performance; the downside is its lackluster camera and the fact that it will never be updated beyond Android 11.
Samsung’s 75-inch QN90A (8/10, WIRED Recommends) has gorgeous highlights and excellent contrast, thanks to the mini LED technology (which is what the new iPad uses). You also get variable refresh rate support for gaming, with up to 120 Hz at 4K for the latest consoles.
Acer’s Swift 3 is a solid midrange laptop. It’s got plenty of power for your average workload (document editing, web browsing, etc.), and at this price it’s one of the best value laptops around. See our guide to cheap laptops for some more budget options.
These drives are fast enough to use as storage devices for any HD video you want to edit. I regularly edit 4K footage from this exact device, and it’s plenty fast enough. For some more portable SSD options, check out our guide to portable storage devices.