Amazon Black Friday 2017: Here Are the Best Early Deals

Amazon has been teasing us with Black Friday deals since the start of the month, but today the Internet giant is giving the world a bigger sneak peek at its official holiday sales. Prime members with an Alexa device will have access to the deals as early November 22. Otherwise, deals will kick off on November 24 unless otherwise noted. 

Digital Deals

Starting today, Amazon is offering 3 months of its Music Unlimited on-demand music service for 99 cents. Music Unlimited gives you access to tens of millions of songs. Traditionally, Amazon only offers a 30-day trial. Subsequent months are $7.99/month for Prime members or $9.99/month for non-Prime members.

In addition to music, on Black Friday Amazon is also taking 40 percent off new release movies and TV shows. These videos will be available to rent or purchase via Amazon Video.

The Kindle Store will also see big deals on Black Friday. Select eBooks will be marked up to 80 percent off.

Amazon Devices

Black Friday wouldn't be the same without steep discounts on Amazon's latest hardware. Devices that will be on sale next Friday include:

Smart Home

Kindles

Fire Tablets

HDTVs & Streaming

In addition to the above deals, Amazon will also take 40 percent off PC gaming laptops, desktops, and accessories. Storage deals will also include 35 percent off SanDisk memory products.

As a reminder, if you own an Alexa device, voice shoppers can take advantage of the above-mentioned deals starting at 8pm ET on Wednesday, November 22. (Just ask Alexa for deals). Otherwise, the above-mentioned deals will be available starting November 24 while supplies last.

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  • sarmstrong
    I don't understand. It says Amazon has a deal for the Seiki 50-inch 1080p LED HDTV for $229, but I can't find it for that price anywhere on their site. I have looked through all of their deals and I have specifically searched the site for that TV. When it comes up it is $600. Can someone tell me what I am missing here?
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  • saint19
    Anonymous said:
    I don't understand. It says Amazon has a deal for the Seiki 50-inch 1080p LED HDTV for $229, but I can't find it for that price anywhere on their site. I have looked through all of their deals and I have specifically searched the site for that TV. When it comes up it is $600. Can someone tell me what I am missing here?


    You need to keep in mind that those prices are just for a limited time, for example, they release the offer and that offer ends until lats unit is sold or for example until 2 hours after start the offer. I suggest you contact Amazon over chat, they can give you the exact hour for that offer.
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  • blarrick
    @saint19
    incorrect, the article states that the sales will begin today, sunday.
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