In Canada, Black Friday is not a stampede for flat screen TVs, but it is a pretty robust shopping event with lots of lineups at brick-and-mortar stores and a rush of online shopping.
To navigate the rush of Black Friday deals, the best products (based on our testing, user reviews, brand trust and availability) are broken down into the following categories:
- Tech (headphones, gaming, smart home)
- Home and kitchen (vacuums, small appliances)
- Fashion for women and men (sneakers, sweaters, coats and denim)
- Beauty, skin care and grooming
- Pets (food, toys)
Want an even simpler browsing experience? Check out our Amazon Storefront for a full list of Endorsed products in all categories.
With inflation top of mind, we’ve also created a Best Black Friday deals for under $10 storefront that is stocked with great deals on everything from nail polish to sweatshirts to toys to dog treats to baby gear (and it’s open 24/7).
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Kids love it and parents tolerate the mess because it falls under "quiet play time." Blue kinetic sand, $15.99 at Amazon.
Come summer, parks are full of people playing Spikeball as it makes for a great group game. Easy to learn and hard to master, it's all about team work and it can be as competitive or as chill as the players decide. $79.99 at Amazon (if this is a gift, there's a "secret packaging" option at checkout).
Classic board games like Hungry Hungry Hippos, Risk Junior, Monopoly, Life and Clue Junior are on sale, just in time for Christmas. From 20% off at Amazon.
For video game deals, check out Best Black Friday deals in tech.