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Amazon 2013 Black Friday Sales


Boycott Black Friday and Still Get Great Deals

Stores like Best Buy, Sears, Walmart are opening way too early and ruining Black Friday. It's a sport for some, and that is fine but when you start opening stores early on Thanksgiving evening, you've gone too far. It's sad, and you really should be focusing on spending time with family. As a prior employee of Best Buy Geek Squad I remember having to go to bed at 7PM Thanksgiving night just to be up and at the store by 4 AM in the morning. That was terrible enough, but at least I was able to enjoy most of Thanksgiving. Stores are now opening as early as 8PM, that means time with family has to be cut. Therefore it's easy for me to agree with groups all around the world boycotting.

The trouble is, it's hard to boycott a good deal. Well, it's time to get smart and move your shopping all online. This way you can spend the day with your family and even do a little shopping while avoiding the long lines and likely freezing cold weather. Below is a list of some of the great deals I've found that have been pre-announced. Unfortunately, not all deals are public but I've placed major category links that you can use on Black Friday to see what new items are up for sale. Enjoy your time with your family and I hope this guide helps you avoid the nightmare known as Black Friday shopping!

Note that some of these prices are not active yet, but bookmark them or add them to your cart and just keep an eye out for the price to kick into play. Additionally, if you don't have Amazon Prime, this is an excellent time to sign up for a 30-day free trial. Prime benefits include free two-day shipping on most if not all the items you'll be shopping for black friday. Unlimited instant streaming of 41,000 movies & TV episodes that can easily compliment or replace Netflix if you're on a tight budget. Sign-up for your 30-day trial and then make your way back to this page to follow up on the best deals for this 2013 Black Friday season.

You can also visit the main Amazon 2013 Black Friday Hub for items not covered below by going to http://bit.ly/blackfriday-13



Electronics


  • HTC One for $0.01 with a new 2 year contract (with Sprint, Verizon, AT&T)



Home, fashion, and others

Lastly, if nothing listed above is exactly what you're looking for, use this link to get to the Amazon Black Friday Hub for 2013 where there are more deals in more categories than I was willing to cover. http://bit.ly/blackfriday-13

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