Black Friday 2016: The best Amazon deals for Tuesday, Nov. 15 — PCs, VR headsets, chargers

Source: AP
Source: AP

Amazon is taking a different approach to Black Friday this year. Instead of rolling out a traditional shopping ad, the e-retailer giant has launched a special Black Friday Deals store that will offer up a combination of daily deals, flash sales with new discounts — as often as every five minutes — and a holiday guide designed to help consumers find everything they need with no muss or fuss. 

Amazon Prime members will also have access to extra deals (free two-day shipping included), discounts on new video games and the ability to use Alexa Voice for shopping as long as they have a smart device, like the Echo Dot. 

Since the company's holiday deals page is set to change every day, it would be in every shoppers' best interest to grab whatever they want as soon as possible while supplies last. Below you'll find some of today's best Amazon deals. Make sure to check back every day for new items.

Daily deals for Nov. 15:

Save up to 50% off PC storage and networking products 

Save up to 40% off select Magformers toys and toy sets

Save 53% on three-amp oscillating multi-tool kit with 52 accessories: $79.99 (total savings of $89.01) 

Brother PE770 5 x 7 inch embroidery-only machine with built-in memory, USB port, six lettering fonts and 136 built-in designs: $437.99 (total savings of $166)

Alien seven-film Blu-ray bundle: Blu-Ray $34.99 (total savings of $65)

— Arctix Women's Pearl Jacket: $44.99 - $52.17 (total savings not available)

To view today's deals, visit Amazon's Black Friday store.

Holiday discounts and savings:

Sargent art premium coloring pencils, pack of 50: $6.14 (total savings of $4.54)

National Geographic 12-issue subscription pack: $19 (total savings of $52.88)

Anker quick charge 3.0 dual USB wall charger: $21.99 (total savings of $28)

DVD value pack (three DVDs of your choice): $13.99 (total savings not available)

Black and Decker four-slice toaster oven: $25.99 (total savings of $4.83)

Sony Bluetooth stereo headset in black: $59.99 (total savings of $40)

TaoTronics 3D VR Headset with magnetic trigger, lightweight virtual reality goggles: $25.99 (total savings of $34)

For the complete holiday savings guide, click here.

Daily outlet store deals:

Save up to 74% off outdoor gear and clothing

Save up to 25% off home and kitchen products

Save 50% to 80% off jewelry and watches

Save 50% or more on beauty and personal care products


Best gifts under $100 from Amazon's holiday gift guide: 

— 7-inch Fire tablet with Wi-Fi and 8GB: $49.99 (total savings not available)

5.5-inch Jitterbug smartphone for seniors by GreatCall: $99 (total savings not available)

Bluedio BS-2 mini Bluetooth portable wireless speakers with 3D surround sound system : $19.99 (total savings of $30) 

Tile Slim Bluetooth tracker: $29.99 (total savings not available)

— Remington F5-5800 electric shaver in black: $44.70 (total savings not available)

Echo Dot (second generation): $49.99 (total savings not available)

— 7-inch Pyle PLCM7200 backup camera and rearview monitor parking reverse system: $50.95 (total savings not available)

For more products under $100, go here.


Best gaming products from Amazon's holiday gift guide: 

Xbox One Battlefield 1 500GB bundle with controller: $298.75 (total savings not available)

Logitech G231 Prodigy stereo gaming headset: $49.99 (total savings of $20)

Logitech G502 tunable gaming mouse $57.50 (total savings of $22.49)

— Battlefield 1 deluxe collectors edition for PlayStation 4: $209.99 (total savings not available)

17.3-inch ASUS gaming laptop with 16GB 1TB HBB and 2GB graphic card: $994.99 (total savings not available)

— ASUS RT-AC88U dual band gigabit router: $285.46 (total savings of $14.53)

Check out the full list of gaming products here


Best home entertainment discounts from Amazon's holiday gift guide: 

55-inch LG 4K Ultra HD smart OLED TV (2016 model): $1,997 (total savings of $2,002.99)

—  Amazon Fire TV: $89.99  (total savings not available)

— 44-inch VIZIO SmartCast with 5.1 sound bar system (2016 model): $419.99 (total savings of $80)

— 49-inch Sony 4K Ultra HD TV (2016 Model): $798  (total savings not available)

— Epson home cinema with 1040 projector, full HD 1080p widescreen home theater projector: $582.54 (total savings of $217.45)

For more home entertainment deals, click here.


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