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    Psst — Amazon Just Dropped A Bunch Of Black Friday Sales Early

    Deep discounts on everything from light therapy lamps to matching PJs to Le Creuset to AirPods Pro.

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    Pre-Black Friday is the new Black Friday, y'all, and unsurprisingly, Amazon is leading the charge with early Black Friday deals across eeeeevery section of their site.

    Sale banner on Amazon website

    TBH, Prime Day is shaking.

    It is *gasp* levels of overwhelming, so we've gone ahead and rounded up some of the best early Black Friday Amazon deals to take advantage of while you're prepping all your Thanksgiving sides this week:

    1. 40% off a compact light-therapy lamp to mimic the morning sun and give you a lil' boost of energy and happiness — this UV-free lamp has three different brightness settings to bring the perfect amount of light to your life.

    A model working on a computer next to the small rectangular light propped on a table

    It also comes with a timer, so they can set it to stay on anywhere between 10 and 60 minutes before it shuts off automatically. They recommend users start with ten minutes (and avoid staring directly at it) to see how it impacts mood and energy before trying it for longer periods of time. Many reviewers swear by this for helping improve their mood, energy levels, and sleep by getting more "sunlight" in darker months when they might not actively be getting as much.

    Promising review: "This was wonderful the first instant I used it. I sat in silence on a dark morning with my coffee, having the light indirectly on me (two feet away) as I enjoyed the silence and my cat. By the end of the first cup of coffee, I was feeling a bit more awake (10 minutes into the 20-minute cycle I chose.) I suffer from SAD every single year. This year promises to be an easier year with this AMAZINGLY BRIGHT light. It means it when it says do not stare at it. However, that should be common sense. Three light settings, and you can either turn it on until you have 'had enough,' or use the hour-long timer which is divided into 10-minute increments. I ABSOLUTELY RECOMMEND!!!" —Lonnie C. Appleby

    Price: $35.99 (originally $59.99)

    2. 35% off a memory foam seat cushion for your tushy so effective at relieving pressure from your tailbone that you'll finally stop losing sleep over your love-hate relationship with your chair.

    A reviewer's swivel office chair with a memory foam cushion resting on it

    Promising review: "I've purchased similar items in the past that visually looked like this but were stiff and rigid. This is amazing. Totally eased my back pain from my quarantined at home desk job. Highly recommend." —Bellarosa555

    Price: $22.64 (originally $32.95)

    3. 40% off an Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite for the sweet, sweet relief of finally organizing all their paid subscriptions once and for all. If they're looking for a title, they can tell Alexa through the stick and it'll pull up all their options for them without navigating through a bunch of digital hoops.

    A small slim black remote with controls for the television

    It syncs with Netflix, YouTube, Prime Video, Disney+, Apple TV+, HBO Max, SLING TV, and YouTube TV, on top of the included Amazon titles.

    Promising review: "I admit that the thought of cutting off cable caused me actual emotion pain lol. But so did paying that cable bill. The Amazon Firestick delivers everything I need for TV viewing. I am not missing cable at all! I am so happy that this technology is available and delivers television viewing in a remarkably easy and painless way at such an affordable cost. Now... what to do with that $120 extra per month... :) I'm a happy girl!" —Tricia

    Price: $17.99 (originally $29.99)

    4. 20% off a Baby Yoda Bluetooth speaker complete with a small strap so you can pin him onto your backpack and take him wherever you go 😭.

    Promising review: "I just wanted a small Bluetooth speaker for bedtime audio books. This is louder than I expected and my son just loves it! It is easy to keep nearby because of its small size, and I am happy with this purchase!" —ray cerda

    Price: $15.99 (originally $19.99)

    5. Up to 50% off DOZENS of Barbie, Hot Wheels, and Fisher Price toys to cover all your stocking stuffer needs and then some.


    Price (Barbie): $13.99 (originally $19.99)

    Price (Hot Wheels): $8.69 (originally $12.99)

    Check out the rest of Amazon's pre-Black Friday deals on popular toys for more options.

    6. Up to 20% off beloved cozy apparel from Comfort Colors which, if you will excuse the heck out of me, I will personally be buying in multiples. There is no snugglier, more lived-in fit than these., Amazon

    Price (T-Shirts): $15.92 for a two-pack (originally $19.98; available in men's sizes S-4X and dozens of colors)

    Price (Long-Sleeved): $9.79+ (originally $13.99+; available in men's sizes S-4XL and dozens of colors)

    Check out the rest of Amazon's pre-Black Friday sales on Comfort Colors apparel for more options, like quarter-zips, pocket tees, crewnecks, and more!

    7. 33% off the iconic Bose QuietComfort Series II wireless headphones, known for being one of the most effective noise-cancelling *and* comfiest headphones on the market.

    A model wearing a pair of gray over the ear wireless headphones

    This pairs effortlessly with Bluetooth, and is also Alexa-enabled — just ask for whatever you need, and she can answer you through the headphones!

    Promising review: "Unbelievably happy with this product. I cannot live without out my Bose QC 35 II's (even considering a second one to keep at work). It is empowering to put these on and all the noise pollution just goes away. I bought them for home and hadn't planned on taking them to my large open floor office. I put them on and suddenly realized there was a very low and loud humm coming from the ceiling (air blowers I assume). Now gone. I sit there in my cubicle and feel sorry for everyone else because they don't have a pair of these. I tried other brands, but they were simply not properly engineered. Once you get the pairing "dialed in" it is seamless. I have a Mac and iPhone but bought the new model (with Google voice button). I use the button's alternate function of turning on/off noise cancellation — just for fun to remind me how great this product works. But remember.. this technology is not going to isolate voices — it is designed to remove motor noises (plane, furnace blower, road, engine, etc)." —Claveman

    Price: $199 (originally $299; available in three colors)

    8. *OR* 20% off a splurge-worthy pair of AirPods Pro with a wireless charging case for hands-free, noise-proof bliss. Once these toggle into "noise-cancelling" mode it's basically like the world disappeared. Also ... this is the lowest sale price on AirPods Pro have ever been!


    I have a pair of these — I waxed poetic in my review for the AirPods Pro the last time they went on sale for $199, which was 2020 Prime Day — and they're not playing around. Once they're securely in your ear, you can toggle the headphones between noise-cancelling and regular sound, depending on your situation. I've been working from home, and the noise-cancelling is so effective that I can work next to a window where my neighbor is doing heavy construction and I don't hear anything louder than a faint buzzing. It's quieter than if I'd just plugged my ears with my own fingers. I'm also a runner, and these don't budge when you're sweating, which is nice. It's also handy that these toggle out of noise cancellation mode, because I feel better being able to hear traffic and other people around me when I'm out and about. The TL;DR is I love these so much I have zero interest in owning another pair of headphones for as long as I live.

    Promising review: "Debated on spending the money for these. Finally just buckled down and got these and LOVE THEM. I love how I can open the case next to my iPhone and a picture pops up telling me about battery life. They were already hooked up to my phone — I didn't have to do anything (major plus for a non-techie like me). I've had zero issues with them cutting out. I typically use them when I'm mowing the lawn and listen to podcasts. When I have the noise cancellation on, I CAN'T HEAR THE MOWER. They're comfy, easy to put in, and I loooooooove not having the wire tethering me to the phone in my pocket when I'm trying to mow. No more getting tangled up when I grab the handle. Never cuts out. Sound is GREAT. (Chucked my Bose for these. Don't even miss them.)" —Traveler

    Price: $199 (originally $249.99)

    Psst — the original Apple AirPods are also 25% off right now, retailing for $119 (originally $159).

    9. 35% off a powerful air purifier to help filter out allergens, odors, smoke, mold, dust, germs, pet dander, *and* smoke. This one in particular is built for large rooms, with a whopping 540 square feet of air flow.

    Model standing in a room with white and gray air purifier

    Promising review: "I will start by saying that I have never purchased an air purifier before. I wish I would have sooner. I am incredibly impressed with this purifier. I’ve had it on for a month solid because I’m living in new house with some indoor air issues, mild and lots of dust. I have an allergy to both and my daughter had been coughing since we moved in. We also had a wicked stink in the house. Could not figure out where it was coming from. We plugged with in and within a few hours you could notice the air was cleaner. It smelled nice inside and felt lighter. It’s hard to describe. Within a week the pre filter was so coated with dust and crap I was in shock! It is simple, works well and I have had zero issues so far. It looks nice as well. I would highly recommend it." —A. Holmquist

    Price: $194.99 (originally $299.99)

    10. 44% off literally all eight Harry Potter films on Blu-ray, just in time for your annual holiday marathon in your matching Weasley sweaters and Dobby socks.


    Price: $24.99 (originally $45)

    You can also get it as DVDs ($19.99 down from $30.99) or 4K Ultra HD ($72.99 down from $178.99)!

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    11. 27% off a pack of Affresh washing machine tablets reviewers swear by to get rid of that "off" mildew-y smell that makes your clothes never *quite* clean — you can pop these into a cycle and boom, problem solved.

    Model loading laundry machine with tablet

    It works in both top-loading and front-loading machines.

    Promising review: "Washer started smelling a bit funky several months after we got it. I didn't understand why I couldn't just run bleach in my machine to clean it out occasionally, until I actually ran one of these tablets (free sample with my washer). The key is that the tablet goes in the washer drum, and doesn't dissolve right away. So as the washer runs through several repeated cycles of fill, agitate, and drain - the tablet is still there, sudsing up the water on cycle #2 and #3. If you just put bleach in the soap dispenser, it would all be gone after cycle #1. Also, this gets very sudsy and that probably helps it reach some areas of the machine that wouldn't otherwise get touched." —aberson

    Price: $10.19 (originally $13.98)

    12. 20% off a a painless, mint-flavored teeth-whitening pen for sensitive teeth and gums that can help lighten up years worth of stains from coffee, tea, wine, or know. Existing as a human with teeth.

    reviewer's before pic with yellow teeth and then after pic with much whiter teeth

    Promising review: "I’ve tried Crest strips without any noticeable improvement. My dentist offers free whitening, but that stuff is so harsh it blisters my gums on contact. The AsaVea whitening pen is the best whitening product I’ve ever used! I’ve had noticeable whitening in about a week, and it doesn’t irritate my gums. I only wish I took 'before' and 'after' pics!" —MDR

    Price: $15.96 for a two-pack (originally $19.99)

    13. 20% off a compact, wireless phone sanitizer you can use to instantly clean any number of small objects, like keys, face masks, and headphones — ten minutes in this bb will kill 99% of the bacteria on their surfaces.

    A small white rectangular sanitizer with its lid open showing a phone resting inside

    Promising review: "It is very useful for us. Wife works in hospital so always needs to sanitize mobile phone, keys, and masks. Really handy and very easy use." —Nadeeka Kariyawasam

    Price: $39.99 (originally $49.99)

    14. 30% off a Revlon hot air brush to get you salon-level blowouts from the comfort of your own bathroom — this brush's vents are designed for faster drying, which ALSO means less heat damage.

    Promising review: "After reading review after review I decided to give this hair dryer a try. What can I say — best decision ever! As you can see from first picture, right after washing hair, no products or anything, my hair looks absolutely awful. After not even 12 minutes, dividing hair into sections, my hair looks like I just left the hair salon. And the best thing is no effort at all! I have never been the best person at styling hair, but this tool...this bad boy sure worked magic!!! I'm 100% satisfied with it. My hair looks healthier, shinier, and feels softer to the touch. I am never going to use a flat iron again!! Thank you Revlon!" —Amazon Customer

    Price: $41.99 (originally $59.99; available in four colors)

    15. 20% off an investment-worthy Samsung Frame TV that'll instantly become the central hub of any home, just because it is that darn beautiful. Its motto is "TV when it's on. Art when it's off." — and TBH, the images speak for themselves.

    Samsung television hung up on a wall to look like artwork

    You can even toggle through Samsung's "art store" to find a display to match the vibe of the room (or just their vibe of the day). It also has Alexa built in, so you can open apps, change the channel, search for movies and shows, play music, and control your smart home devices from the television.

    Promising review: "The television is wonderful. It is exactly what we wanted. It is in a room where it is the focal point of the room and we really wanted the ART MODE. We have now had time to explore the ART STORE and it is wonderful! Easy to use and we found so many artworks that we love to display. The television itself is very high quality picture and good sound. We used our own mounting bracket so I can't comment on the bracket that comes with the television. We used our own because we wanted one that was recessed into the wall (so the television is flush) but pulls out to swivel and pivot. I especially like the ART MODE." —Skip

    Price: $477.99+ (originally $597.99+; available in six sizes and multiple styles).

    Check out the rest of Amazon's pre-Black Friday Samsung and Sony deals for more options.

    16. 44% off a selfie ring light for all your Zoom presentations and TikToks, so you can trick everyone into thinking you live inside a beautifully-lit Instagram apartment instead of a snack dungeon.

    A lit selfie ring on a tripod pointing at a reviewer's desk set up

    You can either use this with your phone mounted just under the light for FaceTime, or if you're calling or filming from a laptop, you can set up the tripod or the light on your desk behind the screen. Boom, fancy lighting.

    Promising review: "I’ve been having to work from home. During this time, I’m in front of my computer doing WebEx calls and Teams. Having to present and talk in front of 20-50+ people. This light is AWESOME! My team even asked what I did and then made their purchase right away!" —Anna Chouinard

    Price: $22.41 (originally $39.99)

    17. Up to 45% off a pair of Hanes jogger sweatpants that have all the comfort of PJs but enough the breathability and structure you can def do the grocery shopping in 'em.

    Model in a pair of black drawstring joggers

    Promising review: "My dad LOVES these pants. I bought these in navy for my father for Christmas because he’s basically been wearing the same navy sweatpants daily for the past 10 years. Maybe this was more of a Christmas present for my mother or my entire family, but Dad was reluctant as they seemed too 'hip' for him. Once I told him they were sweatpants he could wear out in public without my mom getting embarrassed, he was sold. The man LOVES these pants. He loves them so much he bought them in other colors. Buying these pants saves marriages and makes you a hero. Highly recommend." —Lauren S.

    Price: $11+ (originally $20; available in men's sizes S-XXL)

    18. 37% off a beloved Russell Athletic fleece sweatshirt with thousands of five-star reviews — people love all the color options and how snuggly soft it feels.,

    Promising review: "This is a great comfy cozy sweatshirt and a nice weight and SO soft. I love them and they are my uniform when I get off work after being beat from working in healthcare. I was very impressed by the quality and I do have several different brands! I'm a female and was so impressed I ordered one for my husband and he's a man of few words, but he did mention how great the quality is and that is was nice, warm and soft on the inside. Nice light gray!" —Traveler

    Price: $11.89 (originally $18.99; available in men's sizes S-4XL and 17 colors)

    19. 60% off Citizen Marvel Watches so you can be like, "Oh, would you look at the time? It's Rewatch Every Movie In The MCU O'Clock."


    Promising review (for Captain America watch): "Bought this a for my 2020 graduate and he loved it. It's a very quality timepiece. It's waterproof and solar powered. The watch is a bit darker than the bright picture shows. But it's a beautiful watch. Now I want a citizen solar watch." —J Ballard

    Price (Captain America): $118 (originally $295)

    Price (Spider-Man): $140 (originally $350)

    Check out the rest of Amazon's Black Friday deals on Marvel watches for more options, including Captain Marvel!

    20. 23% off a contactless forehead thermometer with a high precision infrared sensor for an accurate reading in only a second.

    A white handheld thermometer with a digital display reading the temperature

    Promising review: "This thermometer is great. Instant read and very accurate. My wife is an RN and says that this unit works better than the ones they use at their clinic. You can choose body or surface scanning as your source. I even checked the temperature of my hot water at each faucet. Reads accurately in one second!" —Amazon Customer

    Price: $22.98 (originally $29.99)

    21. 58% off a gaming desk that has truly thought of everything — this compact desk is equipped with a drink holder, a headphone cradle, under-the-desk storage, holders for your controllers, speaker stands, *and* wire management. WOOF.

    black gaming desk with accessories hanging from it

    Promising review: "So, it's not winning any beauty awards, but this desk was less odd-looking than I anticipated, and comfortably supports both a 24" monitor and a 50" TV on monitor arms (not side-by-side. I did have to re-drill one or two holes for the accessories, where they did not line up right, but otherwise assembly was pretty easy and the result was solid and stable. There are pre-drilled holes for the floaty bits, but you could just as easily drill new holes and put them anywhere around the circumference, or not use the ones you don't need. My cable management may not look like much, but the basket and other wireframe bits were very handy to keep my billion peripherals untangled and wires up off the floor so the robovac can do its thing. I'm definitely happy for the money, and would call the assembly and finished quality above-average in my experience with flat-pack desks." —taosaur

    Price: $109 (originally $259)

    22. 27% off a satin chemise to keep you nice and cool when the covers get too toasty at night.

    Model in an ivory strapped chemise that falls mid-thigh

    Promising review: "This is a pretty satin chemise which fits nicely. Easy wash in cold water, it does not wrinkle and the material feels good on my skin. Actually, it makes me feel quite attractive when I'm wearing it." —K K Schwartz

    Price: $11.40 (originally $18; available in women's sizes XS-XL and two colors)

    23. Up to 50% off games from Catan, including the original game, extension games, expansion packs, *and* themed games.


    Price (Game Of Thrones): $47.49 (originally $79.95)

    Price (Junior): $14.99 (originally $30)

    Check out the rest of Amazon's pre-Black Friday deals on Catan games for more options.

    24. 26% off a suuuper popular Bio-Oil made with vitamins A and E, chamomile, and lavender — you may recognize it as a product a lot of people use to help fade scars (both old and new), soothe cracked and dry skin, and help moisturize without affecting your pores — all the refresh of a facial or a moisturizing treatment without having to drive somewhere.

    A model rubbing bio-oil on their hands

    People are also using it in quarantine to help with dry and painful skin on their hands from hand-washing and sanitizing. FWIW re: scars, though, this stuff really works. I had thyroid surgery a few years ago and Bio-Oil took me from looking like I'd stumbled out of the Red Wedding to virtually no detectable scar within a few months. All I did was apply it once in the morning and once at night.

    Promising review: "This is great stuff! My daughter is a teen and has been having severe acne breakouts, we tried everything even a prescription from her pediatrician for Retin A cream. Her acne just kept coming back. I was skeptical about trying an oil for acne scars because I thought it would cause her to break out more but after reading the reviews I decided to give Bio Oil a try, what did we have to lose? She washes her face with Cerave foaming wash and uses the Bio Oil at night and in the morning. She has been using these two products for about two weeks and we have seen no new breakouts and the scars on her cheeks have very much improved!" —Richandra Blake

    Price: $8.89+ (originally $11.99+; available in three sizes).

    25. 33% off a Tempur-Pedic Cloud Pillow for anyone in the market for a sleeping game changer — this pressure-relieving, super-soft pillow adapts to the grooves of your shoulders, neck, and back to give you the comfiest sleep possible, whether you're a back, side, or stomach sleeper.

    A model lounging on a white standard-sized pillow

    Promising review: "I first got the 'essential' model and thought it was nice, but I wanted a little more loft so I got this... This is perfect! When you consider how much time you spend sleeping, you really shouldn't skimp on a pillow... It is sooooo comfortable. I usually sleep on my stomach, but also on my side and sometimes i start off on my back. All are equally comfortable. No negatives except I have to hide it from my cats because if they find it i'll never get it back!!!" —bruce

    Price: $45.99 (originally $69)

    Check out the rest of Amazon's pre-Black Friday Tempur-Pedic deals for more options, including pillows, mattresses, mattress toppers, and more.

    26. Up to 46% off a BUNCH of really fun and giftable arts and crafts toys the kids in your life will want to get started on the moment they open them.


    Price (water bottle): $6.88 (originally $12.99)

    Price (tracing pad): $17.49 (originally $24.99)

    Check out the rest of Amazon's pre-Black Friday sales on arts and crafts toys for more great steals!

    27. 42% off a six-quart, nine-in-one Instant Pot that will transform you from a mere mortal to her majesty Ina Garten just by putting your ingredients in and pushing a button — 48 customizable buttons, to be exact, so you can cook use preset options for soups, beans, rice, ribs, and more. This will not only tailor itself to what you're cooking, but can cook up to 70% faster.

    A stainless steel instant pot with a digital display surrounded by several dishes on a counter

    This model works as a pressure cooker, sous vide, sauté pan, slow cooker, rice cooker, food warmer, yogurt maker, cake maker, stock pot, *and* steamer, so you more than get your money's worth.

    Promising review: "I rarely write reviews of products I've purchased on Amazon, but I'm so impressed with my Instant Pot Ultra 6 Qt that I felt compelled to share my experience. Clearly, I'm a bit late to jump on the Instant Pot bandwagon and had honestly never heard of it until I read a recent article in the New York Times, but after a few short weeks of use, I'm a zealous convert. Thus far, I've tried "hard boiled" eggs, cheesecake, pineapple upside down cake, Beef with Broccoli, Pork Chops with Mashed Potatoes and Gravy, French Onion Soup Chicken, Beef Brisket and Banana Bread and all, with the exception of the Banana Bread, have been unqualified successes. (Although the banana bread tasted good, I wasn't happy with the dense, tart-like consistency.) The Instant Pot is extremely versatile and very easy to use and cleans up quickly. I anticipate using the Instant Pot at least two or three times a week and, while I may never make yogurt, I know I have that option if the spirit moves." —Kurtchan

    Price: $69.95 (originally $119.95; available in three sizes)

    28. 25% off a Timberland RFID-blocking slim wallet to help protect your credit cards and IDs while still keeping them all in one sleek, organized place.

    Model tucking brown wallet into back pocket of jeans

    Promising review: "Very happy with this wallet! I have been using it for a couple of months now, and it still looks new! It is very well constructed, very good looking, and it blocks RFID scanners. Not even sure if that's even still a thing to be concerned about...(?) I just wanted a great looking wallet that is durable enough to remain great looking, at least for a year or so... Seems like I found it!" —Amazon Customer

    Price: $14.91 (originally $19.99; available in four colors)

    29. 30% off Ray-Ban's Original Wayfarer Sunglasses, because it's safe to say these shades will never go out of style.

    A pair of black standard Ray-Bans

    Promising review: "I bought cheap sunglasses for years and was always replacing them, until Prime Day came along and I decided to shell out. It's totally worth it. My eye doctor recommended wearing sunglasses all the time when outside, even if it's not particularly sunny, so they are not just for looking cool (even though they definitely do.) But taking them off and on so much, I needed something durable, so these are the way to go. Totally worth the investment. Come with case and cleaning cloth." —Dursin

    Price: $107.80 (originally $154)

    Check out the rest of Amazon's Black Friday deals on Ray-Bans for more styles.

    30. 50% off a Coravin wine bottle opener/preservation system — it lets you pour wine without removing the cork to keep your wine safe from oxidation, so it will continue to age naturally and you can drink it on your own darn time 🍷.

    Model using the black attachment on a bottle of wine to pour it into a glass without opening the cork

    Promising review: "I typically like to enjoy a glass of wine, not a bottle. I usually don't follow up and drink the rest of the open bottle soon enough and it spoils and gets dumped. This gadget is awesome. You can poor yourself a glass and the wine stays good like you never opened it. Love it!" —Larryg

    Price: $199.95 (originally $399.95)

    31. 47% off a bidet attachment that's truly a full luxurious "using the bathroom in a European hotel" mood. They're super easy to install, adapt to most toilets, and will be a GENUINE game-changer. Reviewers rave about how refreshing and clean the feeling is, and how much they're saving on toilet paper to boot!

    The bidet attached to a toilet

    Promising review: "Me and the wife tried it for the first time this morning and let me tell you, on a winter morning such as today it's a shocker because the water is very cold. But that being said, the item works well and cleans any soil from your posterior very well leaving you feeling pretty refreshed afterwards and maybe a little cold as well. LOL. I would recommend this to family and friends in the future and we are very happy with our purchase and are debating on purchasing another for our second bathroom!" —J

    Price: $30.99 (originally $59)

    32. 50% off your first Allure beauty subscription box, which comes packed with trending editor-tested and approved beauty and makeup products each month with at *least* three full-size products (which, TBH, more than pays for itself).

    Contents of an allure beauty box with makeup, skincare, and other beauty items

    Promising review: "Best beauty box I've tried. The value is way better than I have had with Ipsy or Birch Box and I feel like it was a lot more accurate to products I would like." —Dallas

    Price: $11.50 on your first box (originally $23; renews at $23/month without cancellation — you can cancel or skip a month anytime!)

    33. 27% off an exfoliating foot peel mask that'll fix up the dry, cracked, rough, or callous skin on your feet and make 'em all baby soft in just a couple of days.

    Images depicting a model putting the boot-shaped masks on their feet, the dead skin shedding from their feet, and an after image of their feet smooth

    Promising review: "My poor feet have been extremely neglected ever since I was pregnant 2 years ago. This was the first time I really ever had very rough, hard heels and 'old' looking feet; so bad, I didn't even want to have a pedicure or wear sandals. Anyway, these foot peels were super easy to use and boy are they effective. It was the fourth day that my feet began to peel - very strange! Totally painless. The new skin coming through was very soft, like new. I would totally recommend. My sister and mother have requested their boxes." —Ally CHR

    Price: $20.49 for a set of two masks (originally $27.95)

    34. 28% off a pocket-sized Tile Mate so you'll never lose anything to a couch cushion again — you can easily attach it to your keys, purse, or even their pet and easily find them when they're lost.

    A white square Tile Mate attached to a key ring

    All you have to do is connect the Tile Mate to the Tile app on your phone, and if you misplace something, the app will find it in a snap (and even make the Tile Mate "ring" so you'll be able to hear it under the bed where the cat has hidden it — big mood).

    Promising review: "I normally don't write review's for products, but the tile is too fantastic not to yell it from the roof tops! I am always losing my keys or my phone and with the tile it makes it so easy to find my keys in a flash or find my phone! All you have to do is attach it to your keys and you're all set! When you misplace your keys, you go into the app on your phone (which is super user friendly) and tap, find my keys. It then rings your tile that is attached to your keys and if they are not in an area where they can ring, it shows you the location of the tile, which is also very helpful! If you misplace your phone, you can double tap the middle button on the tile and it will ring your phone! It is such an amazing product and I am thinking about attaching them to everything in my house!! (I am such a scatter brain!)" —Brooke

    Price: $17.99 (originally $24.99)

    Psst — check out the rest of Amazon's pre-Black Friday Tile deals for more options!

    35. 50% off a 23andMe test that'll tell you everything from your ancestry to predicted habits as specific as what time you probably wake up in the morning.

    23&me test

    Promising review: "Ordered on the Black Friday sale for $99 with free one day shipping. Arrived in the mail Saturday morning. I spit in the tube, and put the tube in the prepaid package the same day. Saturday it was picked up by USPS and was delivered to their lab Monday. Tuesday they began DNA extraction. Wednesday they began DNA analysis and Friday they finished their quality review and began generating my reports. On Sunday I got my results. Expected time to ship your DNA to the lab is 2-4 weeks. Mine got there in 2 days. I expected to wait 6-8 weeks before getting my results, but got them 8 days after shipping the package. It was very exciting getting my ancestry and health results back, as I'm adopted and wasn't sure of my nationality or any health risks. I was connected with over 1000 DNA relatives, but only one was a close relative (2nd cousin). Overall I found this experience very enjoyable. 10/10." —K. Leclercq

    Price: $99 (originally $199)

    36. 40% off a Fire 7 Kids Edition Tablet with a kid-proof case and pretty much endless opportunities for entertainment — plus an easy (and safe!) place for kids to download their remote schoolwork.


    It comes equipped with Amazon FreeTime, which lets parents set controls for kids to access 20,000 different apps, games, books, videos, audiobooks, and educational content from PBS Kids, Nickelodeon, and Disney — including shows and movies you can download straight from Disney+.

    Promising review: "I got this for my 5-year-old daughter. I love this product. The preset items are perfect for her. She is able to watch all the shows and clips that she loves. Everything is age appropriate and I don't have to worry about her getting into the internet. There are also audio books. She loves Junie B. Jones and already knew about her books from kindergarten. I would highly recommend this. Now that we are in quarantine, I can also download her school programs and she is not taking up my laptop or phone." —Amazon Customer

    Price: $59.99 (originally $99.99; available in five colors).

    37. 34% off an iRobot Roomba E5 to effortlessly keep those floors spotless — these are self-directed, so you can preset a schedule for the Roomba to just start cleaning your floors each week, even if you're not home. It even learns your schedule and habits and adapts to make your life easier 😭.


    They can also sync this bb to their Amazon Alexa or Google Home to give it voice commands whenever something needs to get cleaned, stat. Plus — be still my robot-loving heart — it uses Dirt Detect Sensors to figure out which areas of their home are more highly-trafficked, and clean them more thoroughly.

    Promising review: This product is worth every penny. My dog has fine, short hair and sheds horribly. This device worked AMAZINGLY on hardwood floors! The extra suction power for pet hair makes a huge difference. Even on our area rugs, the Roomba does a great job. If you are debating on whether or not to get this device, it makes life a whole lot easier with dusting and sweeping. The battery life is great — we keep ours on the charger while we aren't using it. Setup and controlling the Roomba is very simple. It can be controlled straight from your phone. When the Roomba is done with its job or low on battery, it automatically returns to the charging port while sending you a notification of its movement. Overall, great product! Would recommend this to everyone." —Amelia

    Price: $249 (originally $379.99)

    38. 30% off a Levi's faux leather belted motorcycle jacket you'll basically be tempted to theme your entire wardrobe around.,

    Promising review: "Looks amazing for faux leather. Plus Levi’s sources humane means of production, which I’m a fan of. Exactly the fit I was looking for. A small probably would have fit more like what was expected but I definitely prefer slightly oversized. The zippers have held up super well, and it’s been rained on a lot (I’m bad at taking care of things) and so far I don’t see any difference in quality since I bought it. It’s pricey but it’s worth it." —Maddie

    Price: $62.99 (originally $89.99; available in women's sizes XS-3X and 22 colors)

    39. 44% off a set of two blue-light-blocking glasses to help defend your eyeballs against the strain of your transition from phone to laptop to television to laptop to phone, aka your eyes' new itinerary.

    A reviewer sitting on a couch with their laptop in their lap, wearing the blue light glasses

    Promising review: "During quarantine, my girlfriend and I have both spent a lot of time on screens (she on her laptop for work, and me on the TV playing video games). We got them about two weeks ago, and we've both noticed a huge difference in our blue screen tolerance. It has helped our eyes feel less tired, and pretty much anytime we look at any screen now, we are wearing these glasses. This is a great, low-priced two-pack deal. Everything looks a little bit yellow while wearing them, but that is truly my only complaint! Once you've worn them for a while you hardly notice the yellow until you take them off." —Taylor S.

    Price: $16.65 (originally $29.98; available in seven styles)

    40. 33% off a glare-free Kindle that can hold *thousands* of books, and will let you read them the *chef's kiss* way you like best — you can customize it with all their favorite fonts and layouts, and organize your virtual shelves to your precise standards.

    A black kindle with a white backlit screen showing the text of a book

    You can also pair your headphones with Bluetooth to use Audible and listen to audiobooks!

    Promising review: "Honestly I’ve always been so skeptical of Kindles because I’m someone who loves to hold a book in my hand and turn the pages. The only thing I always hate about books is trying to find a decent book light that worked well. So therefore once I saw that the basic Kindle has a built in backlight I had to give it a try. I’m really glad I did because I already love it! It’s extremely light weight and there are so many books to choose from in the prime store. Surprisingly the screen doesn’t hurt my eyes even after reading for hours. The battery is great too! I’ve been using it all weekend and have only charged it once and it still doesn’t need a charge. All in all for the price of this you really can’t go an avid book reader the built in back light makes it worth it." —Nicolle

    Price: $59.99 (originally $89.99)

    41. 20% off a Tuft & Needle adaptive foam mattress to provide full body pressure relief by supporting your body's most vulnerable pressure points and muscles like your neck, shoulders, hips, and knees *without* that "sinking into the mattress" feeling. It's also designed to be heat-wicking and breathable, so your mattress will be as ~cool~ as you are.

    A white queen-sized mattress on a bed

    It also has a "localized bounce," meaning you're less likely to disturb your partner if you share a bed — they won't feel the shift nearly as much. Arguably the most convenient thing about this, though, is that it ships in a compact box straight to your door — once you open it, you just have to wait 72 hours for it to fully expand, and voila! Plus, if you don't like it, you have a 100-day sleep trial to return it (*plus* a 10-year warranty to boot).

    Promising review: "When you’re tall and big, you just don’t take much pleasure out of mattress shopping. Millions of promises re: this bed will be the best that you’ve ever had and maybe for two to three months, it’s good. After that, you start to see a degradation in your sleep quality and your comfort. It’s been almost three years since I first purchased this Tuft & Needle Twin XL (two for one king size bed) and I love this mattress. The shape hasn’t changed. The support hasn’t changed. The comfort is still there. I am a side sleeper. Since COVID, I have spent a few days a week working from my bed and still — nothing has changed in the way of shape, support, or comfort. For a week, I was in bed 20 hours a day while recovering from a back injury. I feel like the comfort and support aspect aided in my recovery period. When and if I have to replace this, I will go with Tuft & Needle again. It’s the first mattress that lived up to all of its promises." —Kristina

    Price: $280+ (originally $350+; available in six sizes).

    42. 20% off a Furbo treat-tossing dog camera that lets you not only keep on eye on your doggo, but also talk to them *and* send little treats.

    A dog catching a treat released from the device, and a phone showing the video feed

    Promising review: "As the owner of a new puppy, I couldn't imagine how anxious I would be able leaving the puppy for the day. We have a dog walker coming in, but after a first bad experience (she pooped all over her crate because of nerves, I had to leave work early) I thought that this just wasn't going to work out. So then I made the leap and bought a camera. Best. Purchase. Ever. It works like a dream. The quality of the image, both regular and night vision, is excellent. It is such a huge relief to see her whine for just a few minutes and then settle in to sleep for hours. I even talked to the dog walker through the camera when he arrived. The barking messages are great and Ginger Snap understands when those treats are going to fire." —Teresa

    Price: $198.95 (originally $249)

    43. Up to 37% off Sperry's Top-Sider Women's Saltwater Rain Boot, complete with micro-fleeced lining and rubber outsoles to keep your toesies comfy *and* dry.

    Reviewer image of lace up boots with brown from top of foot to ankle and navy rubber on the feet

    Promising review: "Absolutely worth the money. I was wary of buying them online especially because I tend to have issues finding shoes that fit right. These ran just a tad big which was perfect. They’re great for rain and snow and are very comfortable. Only drawback is that the rubber makes my feet sweat. They also feature removable insoles so you can put custom/your own in if needed. Overall definitely recommend! Walked all across Rome in them, 45+ miles." —Amazon Customer

    Price: $75.81 (originally $120)

    44. 40% off Graco Extend2Fit convertible car seats designed to grow with the fam, and engineered with adjustable headrests and harnesses to keep kiddos comfy and safe.


    Promising review: "This is our 5th child and our 8th car seat. We have had Sunshine Baby/Diono (2), Evenflo (2), Britax(2), and Graco (one before this one). I had to review this because it's my favorite of all the car seats we've ever had. Seriously. The Diono is heavy and very difficult to adjust, the Britax was alright but cumbersome, the Evenflos are the *worst* - cheaply made, stiff and cheap and thin and awful. And NONE of them have covers that are *easy* to launder. The Graco covers come off easily and are intuitive to put back together. The parts you want to be sturdy and safe are metal; latches, tether, etc. Yet the adjusting pieces are a sturdy plastic, sizable, and easy to grasp. OH! That's the other thing. I could not, not, not get my hand into any of the others in the way I needed to; not for adjusting, not for installing, not for moving stuff around. I can get my paw all the way through the appropriate areas. The harness adjustment feature alone is enough to give Graco repeat business. And, I did not say any dirty words while installing. ;-) Heeheehee." —AAM_Mommy

    Price: $119.99 (originally $199; available in five styles)

    45. 15% off a Keurig K-Cafe coffee maker that really pulls out all the stops — not only does it brew regular coffee through K-cups, it also can make coffee shots, and comes with a built in milk frother (!!) so you can have coffee, iced coffee, lattes, *and* cappuccinos to your caffeinated heart's delight.

    The black coffee machine next to various coffee drinks it can make

    Promising review: "This is just what I needed! I only drink a cup of coffee a day — it’s usually a latte or mocha. I got a universal filter, I use my favorite Starbucks coffee and I get two espresso shots per use. The milk foamer is perfect — I’ve used half/half, heavy whipping cream, and almond milk — so far no issues with that. I get nice foam with all three. Totally worth what I paid for it — in the long run I will save money and this machine will have paid for itself!" —jlightfritz

    Price: $169.99 (originally $199.99)

    46. 65% off an area rug with a calming, cheerful vibe to tie any room together.

    The pink, beige, and blue bohemian-style geometric rug

    Promising review: "I love this rug! It goes great with my color scheme in the house and really helped me to bring out additional colors for decor. A must-buy!" —Angel

    Price: $54.99 (originally $150)

    47. 50% off an Amazon Echo Show 5 enabled with a camera screen for calls, so you can keep the whole fam connected for some socially distanced cross-country chats.

    A person on the screen of an Amazon Echo Show 5 on a video call with their family from the other end

    Similar to other Alexa-enabled devices, the Echo Show 5 responds to voice commands and can be synced with Audible, Amazon Music, Amazon Video, and other apps and programs like Spotify, iTunes, and NPR.

    Promising review: "I bought these for my mother, brother's family and mine for Christmas. Figured it was a quick way to communicate between Michigan and Indiana where everyone is spread out over. Usage was so-so the first few months, but now it's at least once a day. Thank you for coming up with such a simple product that does so much to keep my family connected face-to-face in these times!" —mike

    Price: $44.99 (originally $89.99)

    48. 29% off an Alexa-enabled Blink Mini camera so versatile you might want them all over your home — the motion-detecting and night vision tech make them great options for baby monitors, checking in on pets during the day, and communicating with visitors at the front door. You can even see, hear, and speak through them, and sync multiple cameras together to see all over your home.

    A small square white camera propped on a table, showing a display on an Echo Show behind it

    Promising review: "SO...I rarely write reviews but was so amazed by this camera I wanted to let others know. I bought the camera after using the Ring indoor camera for twice the price and it made a constant clicking noise with the filter adjustment to light in the room that was a known issue Ring told me and not a defect. I've tried all the other brands out there WYZE, etc and disappointed with all. Then I tried the Blink Mini which I thought was a good price. The setup was a breeze, up and running in 30 seconds. The app is responsive and user friendly. My wifi is sloooow but it still loaded a 1080p HD quality view when I accessed it from my mobile app. My favorite feature is the night vision. All my previous cameras just showed a dark room or shadows but this camera shows a clear and crisp picture in pitch black darkness. Very pleased with this and you can't go wrong here. My two-year indoor camera journey has come to an end here." —Tech Guru

    Price: $24.99 (originally $34.99)

    49. 30% off a dog DNA kit to unravel the ~mysteries~ in your doggo's genetic code — this will give you a report that screens for over 350 dog breeds, types, and varieties and breaks it down for you.

    Diagram showing breakdown of dog's genetic makeup

    Promising review: "Very cool. My dog is a rescue and I was told he was a border collie mix. His personality lead me to do a test because he just didn’t have the personality a border collie. Come to find out he’s a Shih Tzu pitbull mix which makes way more sense." —dede123

    Price: $139 (originally $199)

    50. Up to 30% off Le Creuset cast iron, stoneware, and kettles so you can stock up your kitchen with timeless, iconic pieces that will get the job done right for years to come.


    Promising review (for the cast iron): "Bought this on sale and it’s worth every penny. So versatile for roasts and oven use as well as stove top cooking. The rounded edges (compared to a normal Dutch oven) make cleaning/stir frying certain dishes so easy!" —Lauren Scarlett

    Price (kettle): $74.95 (originally $99.99; available in five colors)

    Price (cast iron sauteuse oven): $179.95 (originally $299.95; available at sale price in three colors)

    Check out the rest of Amazon's pre-Black Friday Le Creuset deals for more styles and options!

    51. 15% off a lightweight, beginner-friendly Canon EOS M50 Mirrorless Vlogging Camera Kit, which comes equipped with features like quick auto-focus, motion stabilizing, and advanced subject tracking for an easy-to-use, professional quality filming experience.

    A model tapping the display screen of a white camera showing a picture they took

    Promising review: "Bought this camera for my 3-week-long trip because of its decent video options for a relatively low price. Video conditions weren't that good — mostly I was shooting by fixing it to the passenger seat in my car with Gorilla pod. On the road, the camera was shaking badly, and I thought that videos are ruined. How surprised I was when I found close to perfect shots! Stabilizer works great! Perfect for vlogging, very light and small, you don't need a big bag for it, even with a monopod. Great camera!" —Andrey

    Price: $549 (originally $649)

    Check out the rest of Amazon's pre-Black Friday Canon deals fore more cameras and equipment on sale!

    Truly just a *taste* of what Amazon has to offer right now — head on over to Amazon's pre-Black Friday sale for *more* steals. Happy shopping!! 🦃🛍✨

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