Amazon gets a head start on Black Friday shopping with deals through November
In the market for a Bluetooth speaker and the upcoming Echo Input? I have some good news.
Halloween is over, so naturally, that means it’s time to start prepping for holiday shopping because humans are truly the worst. With Black Friday still basically a month out and people hoarding away money for the Black Friday deals, companies need to keep people spending money in the interim.
This is accomplished by starting the sales early and making them limited because the only thing people love more than a sale is a super limited-time sale “because you just never know when you might actually use product X, but better safe than sorry!”
That being said, Amazon is already running some sales, and if an Amazon Echo or Bluetooth speaker is on your radar, it might be worth taking a look. Check out some of the deals below.
Amazon Echos, Bluetooth speakers, and more
Ok, so the big deals right now are around Bluetooth speakers being bundled with Amazon’s upcoming Echo Input. All of the following Bluetooth speakers are not only on sale but are also being bundled with the device and will ship on December 12, just in time for the holidays.
- Anker Soundcore XL – $69.79
- Bang & Olufsen Beoplay A1 – $249.99
- Bose Soundlink Revolve – $199.99
- iHome AV2 – $67.48
- Marshall Woburn II – $499.99
If smart speakers are not on the list, Acer’s Spin 5 laptop is also on sale currently, now going for $759.99, which is over $100 off the original price.
More deals on the way
This is just the start, more sales are on the way, so make sure to stay with us as we continue to cover the various deals that Amazon will be hosting throughout the month of November.
Just a heads up, if you buy something through our links, we may get a small share of the sale. Click here for more.
- Amazon is giving shoppers free shipping on all orders, regardless of how much you spend
- eBay is rolling out ‘First Minute’ deals to help you save some cash during the hectic holiday season
- Move over GameCube, the Nintendo Switch has just passed you in sales