Black Friday can be a bother: a day of aggressive through long lines and hustling shoppers. But the deals can be worth the struggle, specially on electronics. If you’re planning to head out to shop Friday, it might be the best time all year to bounce for a laptop.
A good computer doesn’t come economical, but with stores pushing forceful deals on Black Friday, a smart shopper can save a nice chunk of change. A quick checking of the deals indicates you could pay as little as a few hundred bucks for lower-end laptops.
For the tech-savvy out there looking for a higher-end laptops, there are definitely options in that regards, as well. Tech website C-NET chose a few of its favourite laptop deals for Black Friday. It picked a Dell XPS touch screen laptop and a 14-inch Lenovo Think Pad x1 Carbon as its top picks.
For instance a savvy buyers can land a Lenovo notebook for less than an regular ticket to a Minnesota Vikings NFL game. The notebook comes with Microsoft Windows 10 trained and Bluetooth headphones and costs just $180, according to WFAA. That’s a 42 percent drop in price.
A number of the bigger electronics stores hold off announcing their Black Friday deals until the last second. Best Buy, for instance, will post deals sometimes Thursday, but it is unclear when exactly. It’s a part of an effort to keep a sudden rush of customer from crashing the websites. The retailer suggest to “check back often, and be sure to refresh your browser to see the deals when they become available”.
If you’re planning to hit up just one store on Black Friday, it’s good to know which retailer will give you the best deal. As far as stores with electronics go, Wallet Hub found that, on average, HH Gregg products are will be discounted 37.3 percent, Best buy 33.2 percent, wal-mart 32.6 percent and Target 28.6 percent.
If online shopping is more your bag, Amazon came in at an average of 24.7 percent savings. The e-tailor has been running deals for a while now, however, not limiting itself to just Friday. It also promotes super fast, 30-minuts “Lightning Deals” for electronics, You can check in here to find the latest contributions.