So you’re getting ready for the big day, that big day being Black Friday, which falls tomorrow. You’ve seen a lot of the best Black Friday deals on the Internet based on specific types of items, such as consoles, tablets, unlocked phones, HDTVs, or whatnot. But what deals can be called the cream of the crop when it comes to this year’s big retail weekend? The answer to that question may vary, and we’ve had general deals recaps for Black Friday 2015 in the recent past, but given that you’ve got less than 24 hours before the big one, we’ve decided to shine a light on more “general” deals for tomorrow.
Amazon’s Black Friday deals have been covered in great depth, but just to remind you, the company’s deals mostly run past this week, with some lasting until the end of the year. As for the retailer’s best of the best, we would suggest its own Kindle Paperwhite e-reader ($99.99), which can store over a thousand books as one of the best-quality Kindle e-readers out there, or the Fire Kids Edition, which costs $84.99 and makes for a great holiday gift for younger tech users. Aside from those items, you can save up to $200 on select Dyson vacuum cleaners or up to $40 off the price of select Acer computers, tablets, and monitors. And if you don’t want to gamble on an off-brand but want to pay less on your HDTV purchase, you can try Amazon’s deal on a 32-inch Samsung LED TV, which costs just $177.99.
We’ve covered several Target deals, but we have yet to tell you about the retailer’s deal on the Parrot Bebop drone, which is selling for only $394.99 – those in the market for a hobbyist drone could definitely check this baby out. The Pebble Time costs $129.99, which isn’t bad at all for the startup’s 2015 smartwatch model. And since we did mention the Parrot Bebop earlier, you could also go for the iRobot Roomba 650, a “robot” vacuum cleaner that does all the dirty work for you for only $319.99.
Finally, Walmart’s best of the best ahead of Black Friday include an HP laptop configuration that comes with a 15.6-inch display and Windows 10 out of the box; that’s going to cost you only $249. And going back to HDTVs, Walmart has one good branded TV (55-inch Samsung curved 4K HDTV) selling for $998 and one good off-brand (70-inch Vizio 1080p smart TV) for buyers who think bigger is better when it comes to their television. Of course, you can pay just $125 for an off-brand HDTV like the TCL 720p LED Roku TV, which appears to be a very popular item this Black Friday.
Talking about miscellaneous retailers, we’ve also spotted some fantastic deals on an HP 14-inch laptop with 6GB RAM and a 1TB hard drive. You can get that laptop for just $299 – not a bad price to pay for a business-oriented machine. And while it doesn’t come with a monitor or other peripherals, Dell has a deal on an Inspiron Micro desktop computer with Intel power under the hood – that’ll set you back by only $99.