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Best Black Friday Electronics Ads: We Found the Best Google Home Deal

All the awesome gadgets we'll see on sale next week, including cameras, home assistants, and the Apple Watch.
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Best Black Friday Electronics Ads

If you're looking to create a smart home or (finally) cut the cable cord, there's a Black Friday ad that's worth checking out. We've rounded up our top picks in home assistants, streaming devices, cameras, and more.

Check out the list below, then consider signing up for the DealNews Select newsletter to have all the best deals delivered to your inbox every day.

The Best Black Friday Electronics Ads

  • NEW! Google Home + $25 Off Google Express for $79 at Walmart
    Deals on the Amazon Echo's direct competitor will be in abundance on Black Friday, with a bevy of retailers selling it for a buck less than the Echo. (You'll find this price at Lowe's, Staples, Office Depot & Office Max, Best Buy, Target, JCPenney, and Kohl's.) However, only Walmart's deal comes with a $25 off discount on a future Google Express order.

  • NEW! Denon 7.2-Channel 4K Receiver with $100 Newegg Gift Card for $449 at Newegg
    Did you miss this incredible deal when Newegg offered it earlier this month? No worries, because it's coming back! Assuming you'll use the gift card, it's still the best price we've seen for the Denon AVR-X2300W.

  • NEW! Beyerdynamic DT-990 Over-Ear Headphones for $124.99 at Newegg
    If you're in the market for some moderately priced open-back cans, you genuinely can't do better than this offer. Previously, the Beyerdynamic DT-990 has only fallen to $135 — and that was all the way back in March.

  • NEW! Roku Express+ HD Bundle for $22 at Walmart
    This isn't the most exciting discount for this particular Roku model, as several other stores have advertised the same price. However, Walmart has sweetened the deal with interesting extras: a free month of DirecTV Now, a month of Showtime, an HDMI cable, and a $5 Vudu credit.

  • NEW! Roku Streaming Stick+ Bundle for $48 at Walmart
    Not only does this offer come with the extras mentioned above (a free month of DirecTV Now, a month of Showtime, an HDMI cable, and a $5 Vudu credit), but it's also the first discount we've seen on the Roku Streaming Stick+. We predicted that it would be $60!

  • NEW! Harman Kardon Invoke for $99.95 at Microsoft
    If you're not a fan of Alexa or Siri, you can give Cortana a try with this home assistant speaker. The speaker was just released in October, so a $100 discount is nothing to sneeze at.

  • Klipsch 10" 300W Wireless Subwoofer for $199 at Newegg
    This is hands down the best price we've seen for this subwoofer model. Previously, the lowest we'd seen was $229.

  • Amazon Echo Show in Black or White for $179.99 at Staples
    Released earlier this year, this Echo includes a screen for video chatting. We've only seen slight discounts on this model so far, or promos that included a discount if you bought a multipack. This is the best price we've seen for one outright.

  • Amazon Echo Dot in Black or White for $29.99 at Staples
    This home assistant device beats our predictions by $10, as well as being the best price ever. It's available for the same price at Amazon, Target, Best Buy, and Kohl's.

  • Google Chromecast + $5 Vudu Credit for $20 at Walmart
    It's the best outright deal we've seen for this streaming media player (most other retailers are charging around $25). Plus, the free Vudu credit makes it even better, since you can use it to rent or buy a movie.

  • Amazon Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote for $24.99 at Best Buy
    Although we were hoping the Fire TV stick would drop slightly lower in price, this is still the best deal we've seen for it. It's also the same price at Target, Staples, and Amazon.

  • Amazon Echo Plus with Philips Hue Bulb for $119.99 at Amazon
    Amazon's brand new, top-of-the-line home automation hub was just released at the end of October, so this Black Friday deal will be the first discount we've seen. At only $120 after the $30 discount, the price is hard to beat. Plus, it comes with a Philips Hue Bulb, which typically costs at least $15.

  • Amazon Echo for $79.99 at Target
    If you're not interested in the fancier Echo Plus, then you might want to opt for Amazon's entry-level Echo. This model only started shipping on October 31, so a discount already of $20 off makes this deal particularly notable. It's also available for the same price at Amazon, Best Buy, Newegg, and in Gray and Black at Staples.

    Buying an Echo at Amazon? You can add a smart plug to any Echo purchase for $5. That's a $20 savings and a nice perk.

  • Fitbit Blaze Smart Fitness Watch + $45 Kohl's Cash for $149.99 at Kohl's
    We were hoping to see the Blaze drop under $100, and even when you factor in the Kohl's Cash, this offer doesn't quite hit that mark. However, because many retailers are still charging at least $150 for the Blaze with no bundled credits, this is still a solid buy for regular Kohl's shoppers.

  • Fujifilm Instax Mini 9 Camera with Film + $15 Kohl's Cash for $69.99 at Kohl's
    Although we saw the Instax Mini 8 go for around $61 last Black Friday, this deal is for the newest generation. We haven't seen any deals on the Mini 9 yet, and the fact that it's bundled with a 20-pack of film and $15 Kohl's Cash makes this especially appealing.

    Alternatively, Target will have the same model bundled with a 10-pack of Rainbow instant film for $59.99. That's a better deal for shoppers who can't use the Kohl's Cash.

  • Google Home Mini + $25 Walmart Google Express Credit for $29 at Walmart
    Other retailers are offering the Home Mini for the same price, which is surprising since we weren't expecting any discounts at all. But this Home Mini deal is particularly impressive because it's also bundled with a $25 coupon valid for Walmart orders on Google Express. If you use the credit, that's almost like getting it for $4!

    Not interested in the Google Express credit? You can instead get the Google Home Mini in Chalk or Charcoal with a $10 Visa Gift Card for the same price at Staples. Also, both Best Buy and Target will offer the Mini for $29 with a $10 store gift card.
  • Apple Watch Series 1 + $75 Kohl's Cash for $249 at Kohl's
    Even though it's an older version of Apple's smartwatch, this model received notable improvements over the first iteration. And when you factor in the Kohl's Cash, this deal even beats our predictions.

    While Kohl's has the best net price, Target will also offer this watch for $179.99 for non-Kohl's Cash shoppers.

  • Nikon D3400 DSLR Camera Bundle for $499.99 at BJ's Wholesale Club
    This DSLR earned our Editors' Choice designation last Black Friday when it was bundled with two lenses for $497. This year, it's $2 more expensive, but the bundle also appears to include an SD card. That's definitely worth it if you're in the market for a high-end camera.

    Not a BJ's member? Costco will have a similar bundle for the same price.

  • Canon EOS Rebel T6 Bundle + $135 Kohl's Cash for $449.99 at Kohl's
    We saw this bundle earlier this year, but it only came with $90 Kohl's Cash. Additionally, we saw similar bundles for around $400 last Black Friday. But if you factor in the Kohl's Cash, this deal beats those others significantly.

    The Kohl's Cash makes this one especially appealing, but if you're not interested in that, Target, Costco, BJ's Wholesale Club, and Office Depot and Office Max will all have similar bundles for $449.99.

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Staff Writer

Julie joined DealNews in 2015, after many years of becoming well-versed in technology issues as a communications professional for a software company. She first entered journalism in college, reporting on issues facing frugal students for Julie lives in DealNews' hometown of Huntsville, AL.
DealNews may be compensated by companies mentioned in this article. Please note that, although prices sometimes fluctuate or expire unexpectedly, all products and deals mentioned in this feature were available at the lowest total price we could find at the time of publication (unless otherwise specified).
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