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By Martha C. White
November 16, 2018
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Amazon teased a bunch of 2018 Black Friday deals in an announcement that promises big discounts and low prices on TVs, video game consoles, toys, and lots and lots of Amazon devices.

Unfortunately, while we now know some of Amazon’s best Black Friday deals — including special low prices on Nintendo Switch and Xbox One X bundles — it’s unclear exactly when shoppers will be able to buy them. The “Amazon Black Friday Deals Week” officially starts today, Friday, November 16, but Amazon says its deals “will be available on various dates and times between November 16 and November 23 (Black Friday), while supplies last.”

In other words, some Amazon Black Friday deals are available today, while others will go live sometime in the days ahead, or on Thanksgiving or Black Friday itself. We will update this story as more Amazon Black Friday deals are live, and as Amazon releases more deals (which they surely will).

Here’s a roundup of some of the biggest and best Amazon Black Friday deals that we know about at the moment, though they may not be available to shoppers right now. You can also go to amazon.com/blackfriday to see what deals are live at the moment.

Best Deals on Amazon Devices

Amazon Echo Dot (3rd Generation)
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Black Friday TV Deals from Amazon

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Toy Discounts and Video Game Console Deals

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  • Nintendo Switch including Mario Kart 8 Deluxe download: $299.99
  • Xbox One X Fallout 76 Bundle: $429
  • Xbox One X NBA 2K19 Bundle: $429
  • Xbox One S NBA 2K19 Bundle: $229
  • Xbox One S Battlefield Bundle: $229
  • Up to 40% off select top toys from Barbie, Hot Wheels and more
  • Up to 40% off select baby and preschool toys from Fisher-Price
  • Deals on Osmo Genius Kits and more learning toys
  • Deals on building toys including the KNEX Imagine – Click and Construct Building Set

Fashion

  • Up to 40% off select Adidas Apparel, Bags, Shoes and Accessories
  • Up to 50% off name-brand denim from J.Crew, DL1961 and True Religion
  • Up to 50% off select Calvin Klein underwear
  • Up to 70% off select Samsonite luggage

Kitchen

  • Up to 20% off select sous vide immersion circulators
  • Up to 40% off select blenders
  • 20% or more off select Now House by Jonathan Adler furniture
  • Up to 30% off select air fryers
  • Up to 40% off select coffee makers
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