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$99 AirPods and other early Black Friday deals available now

por Lauri McMullan (2021-02-03)


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This story is part of Holiday Gift Guide 2020, CNET's gift picks with expert advice, reviews and recommendations for the latest tech gifts for you and your family.





While Black Friday 2020 doesn't officially arrive until Nov. 27, plenty of retailers have kicked off their sales early:Amazon continues to run early deals on Echo devices, many of them matching last month's Prime Day prices. (My favorite from the current sale: The  is now underway. Among the notable items: The Apple Watch SE for $230, Apple AirPods for $99 (though Amazon already matched it, see below) and a 6-quart Instant Pot for $49.A lot of these prices represent historic lows, so inventory is likely to go fast. In other words, do not wait for Black Friday if you spot something you want. Below we've rounded up some favorites from the current early deal pool. Check back often for updates!




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Apple Watch SE (40mm): $230




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New for 2020, the Apple Watch SE is the middle child of the Apple Watch lineup. It's got the same basic design as the , but lacks that model's always-on display,  and oxygen saturation measurements. The 40mm and 44mm models run $279 and $309 at the Apple Store, but this weekend's $50 price cut is the first big holiday sale we've seen on this model.


Read our Apple Watch SE review.







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Instant Pot Viva 6-Quart 9-in-1 Programmable Pressure Cooker: $49




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Instant Pot


These days, a multicooker is an essential kitchen tool, like a toaster oven or microwave. This Instant Pot Viva can get you in the multicooker business for about half-off. For $49 you get a nine-in-one gadget that works as a pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, yogurt maker, sous vide, cake maker and more. It has a 6-quart capacity and comes with 15 preset programs for recipes that include soups, beans, rice, ribs and eggs.The Instant Pot Viva will be on sale for $49 from Nov. 4 to 8. 









$49 at Walmart










Apple AirPods (second generation)




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Amazon swooped in just ahead of Walmart by offering Apple's true wireless earbuds at the lowest price ever. Another option: Costco also has the AirPods for $100. Every store offering this price is likely to run out of inventory soon, so if this deal appeals, don't wait.


Read our AirPods review.







$99 at Amazon










Fire TV Stick Lite




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Normally $30, the new-for-2020 Fire Stick Lite continues to see a solid discount ahead of Black Friday. This entry-level streamer delivers 1080p video with HDR support (but not 4K). The big missing apps are HBO Max and Peacock (for now), but the Alexa-powered voice remote is top in New York New York car service-notch.


Read our Fire TV Stick Lite review.







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TCL 55-inch Android TV (Update: Sold out)




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Best Buy


TCL is best known for its Roku TVs, and we like the Roku smart TV system better than the Android TV version in this television, but for this price you can just buy a , attach it to this TV and still come out ahead. Aside from its smarts we expect this 4-Series TV to perform "good enough,"









$200 at Best Buy










Lenovo Yoga C940




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Lenovo's premium two-in-one, the Yoga C940 boasts a sturdy and sleek all-metal design and a touchscreen that can rotate 360 degrees into tablet mode. It includes an active pen can also instantly wake from sleep, one of the phone-like features it received courtesy of Intel's Project Athena.This configuration features a 14-inch display with a 4K resolution powered by a 10th-gen Core i7 CPU, 16GB of RAM and 512GB SSD with 32GB of superfast Optane memory. A similarly configured Yoga C40 on Lenovo's site works out to $1,650, so this deal is even better than it looks. And it already looked good.


Read our Lenovo Yoga C940 review.







$1,200 at Best Buy










Bose QuietComfort 35 II Wireless Bluetooth Headphones




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Bose


If ever there was a time to tune out the world, it's now. (Because, you know, election, pandemic, murder hornets...) Sure, there are newer over-the-ear noise-canceling cans from Sony and even Bose, but this perennial favorite was great when it came out and it's still great now -- especially at this price, which rivals the lowest we've seen. (Original list price: $350.)


Read our Bose QuietComfort 35 II review.







$199 at Amazon










Echo Show 8




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The Echo Show 8 is simply a larger version of the Echo Show 5, but that makes it a better candidate for the kitchen and other places you might prefer a bigger display. (It's definitely preferable for video calls.) This is also a Prime Day match of the lowest price on record.Note that Amazon shows an in-stock date of Nov. 20, so head to Best Buy if you'd rather get this immediately.


Read our Echo Show 8 review.







$65 at Amazon










Eufy RoboVac 25C Wi-Fi Connected Robot Vacuum: $99 (Update: Out of stock)




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Eufy


You don't have to spend hundreds to add some automation to your house cleaning. The Eufy RoboVac 25C can be controlled via a mobile app or by voice with Alexa and Google Home. It is smart enough to differentiate between floors and carpet and can avoid stairs automatically. The Eufy RoboVac 25C will be on sale for $99 from Nov. 4 to 8. 









$99 at Walmart








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What you need to know about Black Friday 2020Black Friday 2020 is shaping up to be a very different kind of shopping experience than any holiday shopping weekend in recent memory. With ongoing inventory issues due to the extended global pandemic -- not to mention the need for retailers to maintain a safe environment for customers and employees -- it's likely that there will be no throngs of expectant customers lining up for hours ahead of massive doorbuster sales. In fact, a number of stores will be closed on Thanksgiving this year, ending a long-standing tradition of kicking off Black Friday sales before the turkey has had a chance to cool. These retailers have not yet announced plans for Friday, Nov. 27, but we'll update this article as we learn more about their holiday hours.  In addition, all of the retailers listed below require customers to wear face coverings. Unless their policies change between now and Thankskgiving, it's reasonable to assume that face coverings will be required for Black Friday sales as well.  Best BuySam's ClubTargetWalmartBookmark this post and check back often for more early and upcoming Black Friday deals! Read more: 4 things you need to know about Black Friday 2020






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