With Black Friday getting ever closer, more and more deals will start to appear before the big day, weekend, or week, depending on how you look at it. Black Friday is going to be bigger than ever this year, but that doesn’t mean that retailers like Amazon won’t spread out a few deals over the course of November.
We’re predicting Amazon will have a massive Black Friday 2021, so this will be the page you need to visit in order to get the latest and greatest deals on games, tech, homeware, and more from Amazon. Here are all the current best early Black Friday deals at Amazon.
Amazon Early Black Friday Deals Available Now
LG OLED C1 Series 48” Alexa Built-in 4k Smart TV
The Story of Marvel Studios: The Making of the Marvel Cinematic Universe
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
Benefits of Amazon Prime, and Prime Student
Amazon Prime is going to become an essential membership over the Black Friday sales. You won’t need it to access the deals, but that doesn’t mean Amazon won’t lock some offers or lightning deals behind the membership. Getting next-day delivery on everything, including potential Christmas gifts, is going to be a lifesaver for many.
You can currently sign up for $7.99/month, or get a 30-day free trial to take you all the way through Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Students can also get 6-months of Amazon Prime Student for free.
Start Your Free 6-Month Trial
New members get six months free. If you’ve used a free trial before, it’s $6.49 per month, half the price of a normal Prime subscription.
PS5 Priority with Amazon Prime
We’re expecting to see even more PS5 stock at Amazon in November and during the Black Friday period, and it’s still increasingly difficult to get hold of the console.
One of the best benefits of Amazon Prime for gamers at the moment, is the PS5 stock priority enabled by your Prime membership. So when stock does finally come back to Amazon, you’ll be at the front of the line.
Amazon Prime Priority
Amazon Prime Priority
PlayStation 5 Digital
Robert Anderson is a deals expert and Commerce Editor for IGN. You can follow him @robertliam21 on Twitter.
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