Black Friday 2019 was quite the hit: According to Adobe, shoppers spent $7.4 billion on the big day, a 19.6% increase versus last year. Top sellers included L.O.L Surprise Dolls, Frozen 2 Toys and FIFA 20. And the shopping isn’t over: It’s time to check out on iPhones, games consoles and bundles, headphones and speakers and smart home. (OK, to be honest, these are largely the same .) Stores such as Best Buy have trotted out some surprising new deals, like a Google Pixel 3a for $250, and there are new as early as 9 p.m. PT (midnight ET) — though many of those are, again, Black Friday extensions. Check below for the complete directory of all the stores and product categories as we continue to update through Monday and beyond.
Online sale start times
Most retailers have extended their Black Friday sales (here are), but not many have unveiled their Cyber Monday plans just yet. They will soon, though, so stay tuned.
Amazon: Deals start 12:01 a.m. PT Monday morning, but Black Friday pricing is still available on a variety of items.
Walmart: Deals start Sunday night at 9:01 p.m. PT, but Black Friday pricing is still available on a variety of items.
Best Buy: Deals start Monday morning, but Black Friday pricing is still available on a variety of items.
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