Black Friday 2017 Is Almost Here, Check Out The Best Deals

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We Rounded Up The Best 2017 Black Friday Deals On Televisions, Speakers, Toys & More!

Are you ready for Black Friday?  While the emergence of online shopping has certainly disrupted the retail industry, there are still plenty of people that are out bright and early on the Friday after Thanksgiving looking for the best deals on things like televisions, speakers, video games consoles, furniture and much more.

Every spot in the parking lots of stores like Wal-Mart, Target, Kohl’s and Best Buy will be full on November 24, 2017.

Check out the Black Friday 2017 deals we’ve compiled below.  We’ll continue to update this post as new deals are announced and leaked throughout November.

Find the best Black Friday deals in 2017.
Find the best Black Friday deals in 2017.

Closed On Thanksgiving

A trend in recent years has been more and more stores opening on Thanksgiving night and offering some of their best deals before the calendar even turns to Friday. That, of course, led to more and more people voicing their displeasure at those stores making their employees work on the holiday.

Now, a growing number of stores are planning to stay closed until Friday morning.

The Mall of America has announced that it will be closed on Thanksgiving this year. That means no store location in the mall will be able to open on the holiday. All employees working in the mall that are directly employed by Mall of America will also qualify for “holiday pay” on Friday.

Kohl’s, however, will stick with Thursday shopping this year. In fact, the retailer has announced that locations will open at 5 pm on Thanksgiving this year. That’s an hour earlier than stores opened on Thanksgiving in 2016.

The Best 2017 Black Friday Deals

As the 2017 Black Friday deals are announced and leaked, we will have them below. RealLifeSTL will continue to update this post up until Thanksgiving.

Five Below

Five Below will open at 6 pm on Thanksgiving this year so shoppers can buy all of the cheap stocking stuffers.

Deals at Five Below include Guitar Hero Live, a Laffy Taffy ice cream maker or a quadcopter for just $5.

Check out the Five Below Black Friday ad.

Kohl’s

Kohl’s will begin offering its Black Friday deals on Monday, November 20th online and stores will open at 5 pm on Thanksgiving.

Doorbusters include an XBOX One console for $189.99 or a 4TB Playstation 4 console for $199.99. Both come with up to $60 in Kohl’s Cash. A 55-inch 4K Ultra HDTV can be had for just $299.99 and comes with $90 in Kohl’s Cash. Also check out deals on Nest security cameras, cameras, the Google Home voice-activated speaker and more.

Check out the Kohl’s Black Friday ad.

Target

The front page, top-billed deal at Target this Black Friday is a 55″ Westinghouse Ultra HD Smart TV for $249.99.

Target stores across the country will open at 6 pm on Thanksgiving and close at midnight before reopening at 6 am on Friday.

Check out the Target Black Friday ad.

Costco

Costco stores will be closed on Thanksgiving Day this year and open at 9 am on Black Friday. Deals will become available online, however on Thursday, November 23.

Advertised deals for members include up to $350 off HP Pavilion laptops, $50 off a 2-pack of Google Home speakers or the Fitbit Charge 2. Nikon and Cannon DSLR camera bundles will also be on sale.

Check out the Costco Black Friday ad here.

JcPenney

JcPenney stores will be closed on Thanksgiving Day and open at 2 pm on Friday, November 24, although some stores may apparently vary their hours on that day. Online sales will begin on Sunday, November 19th.

The struggling retail chain will be handing out coupons to shoppers on Black Friday, valued at up to $500 off $500.

Deals include a Samsung 55″ Ultra HD television for $499.99. A 1 TB Playstation 4 console can be had for just $199.99 and a Samsung French Door Refrigerator will be on sale for $999.99.

As Seen On TV Copper Openstock will be just $9.99 after a $10 mail-in rebate.

Check out the JcPenney Black Friday ad.

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