Black Friday 2020 Ads: Best Deals At Walmart, Target, Best Buy, And More
The biggest and best Black Friday deals of the year have kicked off at major retailers like Walmart.
Black Friday 2020 is officially in full swing. Great savings on laptops, games, TVs, and other goods will be available online today and throughout the weekend at many major retailers, all leading up to the big Cyber Monday sales next week. Most of the best deals are online exclusives, making this year's holiday shopping season safer and more convenient than ever. The best way to plan for Black Friday this year is to browse each retailer's ad scans so you have an idea of which holiday deals you're looking to grab before you start browsing. Plan your savings and online shopping route early to make your shopping experience as smooth as possible. To make things even easier for you, we've rounded up the biggest Black Friday ad scans from major retailers like Walmart, Target, Best Buy, GameStop, and more.
We'll be covering the best deals of Black Friday 2020 as well as the upcoming Cyber Monday, so stay tuned. For now, learn more about Thanksgiving day and Black Friday store hours, as well as the best deals so far, in our Black Friday news and deals roundup, and check out some of the best PS5 and PS4 Black Friday game deals.
Walmart Black Friday ad
The Walmart Black Friday ad scan is broken into several parts as its Black Friday deals were rolled out in multiple phases. One of Walmart's best deals so far is this year's official Nintendo Switch bundle, but cheap 4K Blu-rays, routers, vinyl records, and work laptops are some of the other highlights of this ad scan. The main Walmart Black Friday sale is now live, kicking off on Wednesday, November 25 at 4 PM PT / 7 PM ET. If you're interested in either of the next-gen consoles, make sure to do all your Walmart shopping now so you can keep your cart clear for the console restock. They will probably sell out fast, so it's best to make sure you're prepared.
Target Black Friday ad
Target's Black Friday sale spans all of November, with new deals being revealed every week. It doesn't have a traditional ad scan, but you can see the current batch of Black Friday deals on Target's Black Friday ad page. There are a good number of gaming deals available.
Best Buy Black Friday ad
Best Buy's Black Friday sale is bringing some of the most impressive game deals of the year, so it's one you'll want to pay attention to and be ready to shop as soon as it starts. The store's Black Friday ad teases deals on 2020's biggest games, including The Last of Us Part II for $30, Final Fantasy VII Remake for $30, Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1+2 for $30, Ghost of Tsushima for $40, and Star Wars Squadrons for $20. The bulk of Best Buy's Black Friday deals began on Sunday, November 22.
GameStop Black Friday ad
The GameStop Black Friday ad makes it clear the retailer is taking the sale seriously this year. The ad is competitive with Best Buy's, offering steep discounts on games for Switch, PlayStation, and Xbox. If you're upgrading to the PS5 or Series X, these physical games will still play on those consoles even if they don't come with free next-gen upgrades. Notable deals include Death Stranding for $20 and Marvel's Avengers for $27; plus, PlayStation exclusives like The Last of Us Part II and Ghost of Tsushima match Best Buy's prices. Switch games get great discounts as well, including Luigi's Mansion 3 for $40. As usual, PC accessories and collectibles have a big presence in the GameStop Black Friday ad as well.
Newegg's Black Friday ad
Newegg's Black Friday sales are always great, but this year's is even better. That's because for the whole month of November, Newegg is offering a price back guarantee on all of its items. That means if you buy something during its Black Friday promotion and it lowers in price after your purchase, Newegg refunds you the difference. Because of all the sales on components, hardware, and accessories, you could build a gaming PC on the cheap and save even more money after the fact. Newegg's deals go all month long over the course of a number of different sales, so if you're looking to save money on everything PC gaming, now's your chance.
Kohl's Black Friday ad
While Kohl's isn't a top destination for gaming deals, it's actually one of the most underrated places to shop on Black Friday due to its Kohl's Cash offer: You get $15 Kohl's Cash for every $50 you spend, and that adds up. The Kohl's Black Friday sale began November 22 and runs until November 27, and you can check out the ad scan below.
Lenovo Black Friday ad
Lenovo's Black Friday sale offers a great opportunity to pick up a gaming laptop, desktop, or other PC accessories for way cheaper than usual. The spotlight deal is on the ThinkPad X1 Carbon Gen 8 laptop, which is down to $1,000 from its usual $2,700. The sale kicked off November 16 and runs until December 6, though the best deals will likely sell out before then.
Dell Black Friday ad
Dell kicked off its Black Friday deals back in October, but the main event began November 16 and runs until November 28. The Dell Black Friday ad scan features the new XPS 13 Touch for $1,349 (down from $1,600), a 34-inch Alienware curved gaming monitor for $830 (down from $1,510), the Alienware m15 R3 gaming laptop for $1,600 (down from $2,250), and more. Check out the ad below if you're looking for PC hardware this holiday season.
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