With Halloween behind us, Black Friday deals are slowing starting to trickle in. Today, Staples gave us a peek at its plans for the post-Thanksgiving shopping extravaganza.
Staples plans to kick off the savings on its website Thanksgiving Day. You'll be able to shop from the comfort of home then pick up your loot in stores anytime on Friday. On the big day itself, in-store deals will begin at 6 a.m. in the majority of locations.
Here's some of the deals to watch out for:
- HP laptop with an Intel Core i5 processor for $389.99 ($250 off)
- Canon Pixma MG3620 all-in-one inkjet printer for $29.99 ($50 off)
- Zoop drones starting at $26.99 (10 percent off)
In-store shoppers can also nab a free tech coupon book offering more than $700 in savings on accessories and services.
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Be sure to download the Staples mobile app to get the scoop on more deals. Staples said it will give customers a sneak peek at its Black Friday deals on the app starting Nov. 6. The company's complete Black Friday ad will be live on Staples.com two weeks prior to the big day.
"Whether our customers want to shop in stores, via our mobile app, on Staples.com or any combination, we're offering more ways to save throughout the season beginning the week of Black Friday," Staples Executive Vice President and Chief Merchant Peter Scala said in a statement. "Staples offers exclusive products, the latest technology, personalized holiday cards and invitations through Print & Marketing Services, and a large assortment of gifts for friends, family and colleagues."
Meanwhile, Amazon this week launched its Black Friday Deals Store and over a dozen curated gift guides. More than three weeks ahead of the annual busiest shopping day of the year, Amazon is inviting customers to find "tens of thousands" of festive bargains. Accessible through Dec. 22, the Deals Store features discounts on electronics, toys, clothing, jewelry, kitchen items, and more.
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