Black Friday ads for 2014–what does Amazon offer? Quite a bit, especially if you’re shopping for electronics. In fact, they have a pretty impressive list of wares that Black Friday shoppers will likely make note of and compare to other retailers like Walmart, Target, and Best Buy.
Amazon has teased sales for more than a week now, with decent prices on everything from cameras to warm winter gloves. The official Black Friday 2014 ads were finally confirmed today, however, providing shoppers with plenty of gift options from which to choose.
So what’s included in Amazon’s Black Friday ads for 2014? Make your list and check it twice, and you’ll be prepared to snag some fabulous online deals.
Amazon's 13 best deals on Black Friday http://t.co/8zps8rJzMr
— HuffPost Tech (@HuffPostTech) November 25, 2014
1. Toshiba 50″ LED LCD HDTV for $199–this is a dollar less than the same size offered by Best Buy.
2. 32″ LED LCD HDTV for $79–this one amazing deal finds Amazon undercutting both Target and Kohl’s.
3. 40″ 1080p LED LCD HDTV for $119–t his deal is a direct response to Target’s Element 40″ HDTV–also priced at $119. Amazon doesn’t disclose the brand of the TV they are selling, however, so it’s hard to tell which will be the better of the two deals.
4. LG G3 Android Smartphone for 1 cent with 2-year contract–this is a standout deal for anyone in need of a new Android smartphone, provided you were planning on signing on the dotted line for a 2-year contract.
5. HTC One M8 Windows Smartphone for 1 cent with 2-year contract–this is a similar deal as the Android, as the contract is required.
6. Roku LT HD Wireless Media Player for $28–this beats Walmart’s deal by $11.
7. Panasonic 3D Blu-ray Player for $35–this is the least expensive anyone has seen since last December, when the price was $49.
8. Beats by Dr. Dre Studio 2.0 Over-the-Ear Headphones for $199.99–the least expensive anyone has found these on sale is $210.
There are additional 2014 Black Friday ads on Amazon, but these are the ones that beat out their competitors. Watch their website closely to see when shoppers can take advantage of these Black Friday ads 2014. Do they actually mean Friday or are some of these deals available on Thursday evening instead?