Black Friday has started early on Amazon. More than 3 weeks early, actually. The online giant decided to get a head start on this year’s post-Thanksgiving festivities.
They just launched their Black Friday Deals store, and from the looks of it, customers will find steep discounts on pretty much everything throughout the month of November.
How Does Amazon’s Black Friday Deals Store Work?
The new Amazon page will feature “Deals of the Day,” where customers can expect to see the steep discounts typically associated with Black Friday.
And if its first day is any indicator, it seems that a wide variety of products will be going on sale. So far, the Amazon deals include television sets, pots and pans, dresses, popular toys, and even a projector.
Whether you’re in the market for a new TV or a Tickle Me Elmo, Amazon is proving they’ll cater to a wide range of customers who still want Black Friday discounts without having to brave the inside of a mall.
As if we needed even more proof that Black Friday is Amazon’s latest victim.
Want to get your last-minute holiday shopping out of the way? Cash out your Survey Junkie points with an Amazon gift card and head over to their Black Friday Deals Store.
Amazon Makes Black Friday 2017 Even Easier With These 2 apps
But what about larger items, like a new couch? One might ask. Aren’t there certain things that you need to see in person before you choose to purchase them?
According to Amazon’s newest feature, the answer is no. In yet another attempt to solve nearly any dilemma that would keep the company from creating a total retail monopoly, they’ve launched an augmented reality feature that allows you to see what larger items would look like in your home.
If your Black Friday shopping is exclusively dedicated to last-minute holiday gifts, they’ve got you covered there too. Amazon has an app feature to help. It’s called “Package X-Ray,” and lets buyers scan the package’s barcode to see what’s inside without having to open it. Handy for gift giving, that means you don’t have to remove it from its packaging before you give it to its intended recipient.
Data Source: fortune.com