You want to shop on Black Friday, but don’t want to deal with the chaos that ensues—crowds lining the block, once wholesome people scrapping over items, long checkout lines, countless loops around a packed parking lot, and much more. All of the pandemonium can drive a normally sane person, insane. Don't fear the chaos any longer because this year's online deals are sure to be your saving grace. Companies are rolling out dangerously low discounts right now, so early birds can get their Black Friday shopping fix—with free shipping and free returns from most retailers—and still have time to get the house decorated.
To help you get started, we’ve gathered a list of the top five Black Friday online deals for 2015:
If you need home décor, Overstock is the place for you. Right now, Overstock is offering new customers a 10 percent off coupon and an inside peek at their Black Friday deals. There are even Pre-Black Friday deals that will make you squeal. With discounts like 80 percent off area rugs and up to 60 percent off furniture, you can’t go wrong. But that's not all. Items at Overstock include everything from home improvement, clothing, shoes and accessories, bedding and bath items, top kitchen brands and jewelry. Did we mention their daily Flash Deals? There's more than enough to keep you busy all day on Black Friday from morning 'til nighttime.
Looking for top-of-the-line electronics? Best Buy has it all, from televisions and computers, to mobile phones and home appliances. Best Buy's Black Friday Preview includes that 60" 4k Ultra HD television you've been looking at- for $799.00. Additional savings include up to $125 off an iPad Air 2, $130 off a Dell Inspiron 15.6" touch-screen laptop, and an 8GB Amazon Fire 7" tablet for just $34.99. Yes, Best Buy is big on tech items, but plenty of non-tech is on sale too, including DVDs and Blue-Ray, gaming consoles, the latest phones and more.
Amazon couldn’t wait until Black Friday; they have begun to roll the deals out early. Every day, leading up to the day after Thanksgiving, Amazon will be displaying a new deal. Just recently they showcased a Yamaha Sound Bar with Bluetooth for $119, down from $299. With Daily Deals each day, Amazon is offering shoppers extra time to swoop up Christmas list items as well as extras. Beware, however, as many of Amazon's deals have a time limit, or a limited number of items at a super savings, so make sure your fingers and credit cards are ready.
Target's 2015 Black Friday deals don't disappoint. If you don't believe us, check out their Black Friday sneak peek, which has the new Apple Watch starting at $349. And should you be lucky enough to get one before supplies run out, you'll also get a free $100 Target gift card. Now that's a steal! But it gets even better. There's no longer a reason to miss out on those precious family memories. Grab the Nikon CoolPix L340 20MP digital camera with 28X zoom and HD video for $99. You'll be glad you saved $130 with every click of the button. Now all you need is a place to download those gorgeous images, right? Scoop up the Polaroid 9" Android 4.4 tablet, which comes with a wireless keyboard, for $49.99. Don't forget about toys, games, gaming, DVDs, and clothing either.
All of your personal and family needs can be met with the Doorbuster Deals you'll strike at Walmart. While many high-ticket items are roughly $70 off, there are others that will blow your mind and keep your budget on track. Let's take Gold Gym's Trainer 720 Treadmill, for example. The list price on this item is $899, but leading up to the main event, Black Friday, you can get this piece of workout equipment for $639. Think that's shocking? If so, then you'll be floored by the cost of the Apple iPhone 5S 4G LTE 16GB prepaid smartphone, which is regularly $649, but has dropped to a whopping $299.
If you've got the cash to burn and you want to take advantage of some fantastic deals, get your computer and shop before the sales end.