Black Friday Previews 2020: See All Our Deal Predictions!

Learn how much you can save on laptops, TVs, clothes, and more during the 2020 Black Friday season.
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In the very weird year that is 2020, Black Friday deals are arriving sooner, lasting longer, and (hopefully) saving us a lot of money. Throughout November, many products will see their lowest prices ever.

But how good will Black Friday prices be? Are these sales actually worth waking up early or waiting in line for? We took a close look at price trends throughout 2020, as well as trends from Black Fridays past, to bring you the expected Black Friday deals for nine different product categories. Click below to see our experts' Black Friday predictions for just about every item you might want to buy in 2020.

2020 Black Friday Previews

Apple Black Friday deals
Apple Black Friday Previews
Black Friday clothing deals
Black Friday Clothing Previews
Black Friday TV deals
Black Friday TV Previews
Black Friday cell phone deals
Black Friday Cell Phone Previews
Black Friday smart home deals
Black Friday Smart Home Previews
Black Friday laptop deals
Black Friday Laptop Previews
Black Friday video game deals
Black Friday Gaming & Toy Previews
Black Friday electronics deals
Black Friday Electronics Previews
Black Friday travel deals
Black Friday Travel Previews
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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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2 comments
rodriguezjl
Many links are broken... I cannot see many/most predictions.
kellyhawk
Why do these links take you to a page that says 2019?