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What To Buy At Amazon's Black Friday 2017 Sale, So You Can Shop Efficiently

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If you are all about Black Friday deals, but not exactly a get-dressed-and-wait-in-line person, then Amazon's Black Friday sale is going to be the place for you. Stay cozy in your slippers and pajamas, and snuggle up to your computer for discounts on jewelry, clothing, toys and games, kitchen items, and tons more. No idea what to buy at Amazon's Black Friday 2017 sale? This list can point you in the right direction — OK, maybe five.

Bonus? Amazon has already kicked off its Black Friday deals with their Countdown to Black Friday. Check it out for daily updates on buy one, get one deals, steep discounts, "lightning deals" that last until the clock runs out, and specials exclusive to Prime members.

Another thing that makes Amazon a win in my book is that you don't have to wait for doors to open or fight your way through crowds to score the items you want — online deals are available at all hours of the day, meaning that you can surf while sipping your morning coffee or while taking a break from bingeing on This Is Us (like that will ever happen, but, hey, you never know). Ready to get started on your list? Let's go.

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Computers & Accessories


KVAGO Rotating Swivel Case for Apple iPad Pro, reg. $36, Amazon

Whether you are looking for an All-New Fire HD 8 Kids Edition Tablet or an iPad car mount to keep your kiddos occupied during long car rides, then these Amazon Black Friday deals are where it's at. Pick up extra flash drives and a laptop messenger bag and score the perfect gift for the person who's always on the go.

Toys & Games


LEGO Creator Modular Poolside Holiday Kit, reg. $30, Amazon

Shop toys and games from the comfort of your home with Amazon's Black Friday discounts on favorites like Calico Critters, K'Nex, LEGO, Fisher-Price, B. Toys, and Scientific Explorer. Like many of Amazon's Black Friday deals, Prime members have exclusive access to some sales, such as 40 percent off of KidzLane Durable Piano Mat (reg. $50).



Cosori Coffee Tea Press, reg. $26, Amazon

Amazon's Countdown to Black Friday means you can already start scoring great deals on kitchen items. Discounts include 30 percent off on KRUPS Coffee & Kitchen Essentials, 20 percent off of a knife set, and majorly slashed prices on gadgets ranging from oven timers to spatulas. Prime members can also snag early deals, like more than 50 percent off of an Aicok Standing Mixer (reg. $200).

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Rose-Gold Plated Bracelet With SWAROVSKI Crystals, reg. $120, Amazon

Amazon's Countdown to Black Friday means you can already start scoring some serious deals on jewelry, including bracelets, watches, earrings, and necklaces. You'll discover discounts on popular brands like Alex and Ani designs and J. NINA. Buy one, get one deals, like Amazon's free Citrine Stud Earrings with a $50 purchase of select jewelry, are also worth checking out.



Portable Aromatherapy Essential Oil Diffuser, reg. $26, Amazon

Looking for fancy soaps and hairbrushes, aromatherapy products, and everything coconut oil? Check out Amazon's Black Friday deals including exclusive deals for Prime members, like 60 percent off of popular natural beauty products.



361 Degree Sports Apparel Men's Thermal Shirt, reg. $56, Amazon

Whether you are scoping out a sweet outfit for the littlest one in your life or a killer coat for your BFF, Amazon's Black Friday deals on clothing include discounts on everything from onesies to coats to dresses.

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DVDs & Blu-ray


Finding Dory DVD, reg. $18, Amazon

Score deals on some of the most popular DVDS and Blu-rays for kids and adults alike, including Finding Dory, Trolls, and La La Land. Amazon is also offering $3 to $5 for complete seasons of television shows and exclusive deals to Prime members, like 50 percent off of Pixar movies.

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