Amazon has launched its Black Friday deals store as it begins count down to one of the biggest shopping days of the year.
Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, over the years has always lured price-conscious consumers with the promise of killer deals.
However the day itself has become less important as retailers like Amazon start their big holiday sales during the days leading up to Black Friday and continue them afterward as well – in 2014 Amazon kicked off its 2015 Black Friday deals the day after Halloween.
“Black Friday 2015 is almost here, but we didn’t want you to wait until the day after Thanksgiving for Black Friday deals, so we kicked off the savings a little early.”
Amazon said on Sunday.
Through the Black Friday deals, Amazon is promising its customers tens of thousands of deals on technology, toys and clothes between now and December 22.
TVs, digital, projectors and connected products for the home and office are all included in a short list of products designed to give consumers a taste of what will be available.
In one big difference this year though, Amazon has decided to give shoppers with Prime membership early access to more than 30,000 lightning deals.
Prime Early Access will give subscribers a 30-minute head start to snap up items before the hordes descend. This eventually turns out to be a big advantage as the best-value items tend to sell out very fast.
Amazon during the Black Friday Sales is set to offer numerous mouth-watering sales to its customers including 30 percent off Sony XBR55X900C 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD TV with a Blu-ray Player.
The online retailer is also offering $170 off for the Sony Alpha a6000 Mirrorless Digital Camera with 16-50mm Power Zoom Lens and 47 percent off for Jaybird X Sport Bluetooth Headphones.
During the Black Friday sales, Amazon says it’s going to give up to 50 percent off select Home Automation products and one can also have the Optima HD37 Full 3D 1,080p 2600 Lumens DLP Home Cinema Projector for less than $800.
Black Friday sales are big for Amazon, although the company said sales on Prime Day, a discount event held for the first time this past July, exceeded last year’s Black Friday sales. Checkout Store