The Best Amazon Black Friday 2016 Daily Deals: Xbox One bundles, tablets, Aldo and more

The Best Amazon Black Friday 2016 Daily Deals: Xbox One bundles, tablets, Aldo and more
Source: AP
Source: AP

We're still a few days away from Black Friday, but that hasn't stopped Amazon from slashing prices on a slew of new items in its Black Friday Deals store. Today's deals include steep savings on everything from games and electronics to shoes and DVDs.

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As part of the e-retailer's holiday sales countdown, new discounts are rolled out daily — sometimes as often as every five minutes — across its site on popular products. Amazon Prime subscribers will get access to extra deals, discounts on new video games and the ability to use Alexa for their shopping needs as long as they have a smart device, like the Echo Dot. 

Here are our top picks for the day:

Daily deals for Nov. 22: Xbox One bundles, Aldo, NFL and more

Xbox One bundles: $222.74 - $349.99 (up to $50 off all console bundles)

7-inch Fire Kids tablet with Wi-Fi: $74.99 (total savings of $25) 

— Bose QuietComfort noise-cancelling headphones: $199 (total savings of $50)

 Calvin Klein clothing and accessories: $11.99 - $223.99 (up to 50% off regular retail prices)

— NFL clothing and accessories: $13.99 - $59.99 (up to 35% off regular retail prices)

— Aldo shoes and handbags: $24.99 - $69.99 (up to 50% off regular retail prices)

PetSafe water fountains and doors: $13.19 - $194.99 (up to 40% off regular retail prices) 

Star Trek complete DVD series: $67.99 - $163.99 (up to 44% off box sets)

Rocksmith and Epiphone guitar bundles: $29.99 - $129.99 (up to 50% off regular retail prices)

— Butterball electric turkey fryer: $95.25 (total savings of $34.74)

Brother HC1850 sewing and quilting machine: $142.50 (total savings of $47.50)

— Self-titled DNCE album: Unlimited streaming with Amazon app, $3.99 for MP3, $7.99 for audio CD

Amazon device deals: Kindle books, Kindle Paperwhite and more

— Kindle essentials bundle (includes  6-inch e-reader, cover and adapter): $114.97 (total savings of $15)

— Kindle Paperwhite essentials bundle (includes 6-inch e-reader, leather cover and power adapter): $159.97 (total savings of $20)

— Up to 80% off Kindle books (includes books by Kerry Lonsdale, Nora Roberts and J.R.R. Tolkien) 

— 10.1-inch refurbished Fire HD 10 tablet with HD display, Wi-Fi, 16GB: $159.99 (total savings of $40)

— Kindle for kids bundle with e-reader, black cover and two-year protection plan: $99 (total savings of $24.99)

Outlet store deals

— Save up to 70% on outdoor gear and clothing

— Save up to 25% on home and kitchen products

— Save 50% to 80% on 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)

— 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 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.

Make sure to peruse out Black Friday deals roundup page for the best savings at stores across the country.


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Takara Small

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