- Consumers will likely find tons of great deals on a variety of products for Black Friday
- Retailers such as Best Buy and Amazon are offering smartphone, headphone and speaker deals
- The iPhone SE, Samsung A51, Motorola Moto G Stylus and more are selling for low prices
Black Friday is almost here, and many consumers are already on the lookout for the best deals this year, even with the COVID-19 pandemic still ongoing.
Every year, Black Friday sales make popular and highly sought-after items and devices available for less than the usual price. This year’s Black Friday isn’t any different: consumers can still expect to find the best deals for gadgets and accessories they need and want.
Here’s a quick look at some of the best smartphone, headphone and speaker deals.
Motorola’s budget Galaxy Note competitor just got even more budget-friendly. Best Buy is selling the Moto G Stylus starting at $149.99 with activation. The device offers decent specs for its price and comes with a stylus, hence its name.
Samsung’s budget-oriented iPhone SE challenger can now be bought for a lower price via Best Buy as well. The retailer is selling unlocked Galaxy A51 units starting at $274.99 with activation. It offers decent specs capable of overtaking Apple’s budget handset.
Speaking of the iPhone SE, Best Buy is also offering Apple’s budget handset for low prices – starting at $199.99 with eligible trade-in of an iPhone 7 unit and qualified activation.
Apple’s popular wireless noise-canceling earbuds can be purchased for only $199.99 via Best Buy. It’s still more expensive than the regular AirPods, but it’s definitely $50 cheaper than usual.
Those who don’t like in-ear headphones will love Sony’s latest and greatest noise-canceling headphones, the WH-1000XM4. Best Buy is selling these for only $278 per unit, letting users save $78 per purchase.
Those who like to listen to music and have the convenience of a digital assistant at home but don’t want to splurge can get Amazon’s Echo Dot for the appealing low price of $18.99 per unit. Apparently, the retail giant decided to slash $21 off the original price so that more homes can welcome Alexa in.
Sonos fans will be glad to know that the pricey Sonos Move speaker is also available for a price lower than the usual. While the device normally costs $399, it can now be bought for only $299 via Amazon and Best Buy.