The best part of Black Friday shopping with Amazon is that you can browse from the comfort of your own home—no need to brave the crowds or step away from those Thanksgiving leftovers. But you don’t have to wait until Black Friday 2022 to save big because Amazon has a ton of Black Friday deals that have already started.
Amazon Black Friday Deals Week itself started on Monday, November 21, 2022. There are door-busting savings on hot Amazon products like the Echo speakers, Ring doorbell, Fire tablets, smart TVs, and much more with 2-day delivery! Our brand experts expect to see Prime Day–level deals like $20 off the Echo Dot and $60 off the Ring Video Doorbell.
As Amazon deals drop, shoppers have to be ready because some of the most popular items will only be available for mere minutes before selling out. Check back here for updates about Amazon's holiday shopping deals.
Black Friday shopping tips: Prime members will more than make up for the cost of membership with exclusive discounts and free 2-day shipping, as well as free 1- and same-day shipping on eligible items. Not a Prime member? Sign up for a free 30-day trial before Black Friday to take advantage of the perks. And for those with Alexa-enabled devices, including smartphones and tablets, be on the lookout for ways to get early access to these deals.
Every year Amazon releases a list of 100 toys that are sure to show up on almost every kids' Christmas lists. Amazon makes it easy to find the perfect gift, you can shop the list by age or activity, but make sure you shop early, as these toys will definitely be hard to find come December.
While we wait for main Black Friday even to start, here's a look at Amazon's 2022 Early Black Friday deals.
Open On Thanksgiving
Free Shipping Available
Countdown to Black Friday Deals Week (2022):
Started Nov. 1 and new deals are announced every day
Black Friday Week Deals kicked off on Monday, Nov. 21
Amazon Prime members get free 2-day shipping on all order. Prime members get free 1- and same-day shipping on eligible items. But expect shipping delays as more shoppers move their holiday shopping online.