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Newegg Black Friday Deals begin with Black November

Newegg starts outlining the sales

Newegg offered an early look at its plans for this year’s Black November, a month-long initiative featuring some of the best deals in tech. Now in its ninth year, Black November rewards early holiday shoppers with access to steep discounts on the season’s most sought-after products. Additionally, Newegg will reveal 20 – 50 early Black Friday deals each Friday leading up to Newegg’s Ultimate Black Friday Sale. Nintendo, Dell, Amazon and other retailers also started posting their Black Friday Deals this week, with competition heating up fast.

“Our customers know Newegg as the best place to get tech, and this is especially true this holiday season. With a rolling cadence of deals, Black November makes it easy for customers to shop great deals when it’s most convenient,” said Merle McIntosh, Newegg SVP of Sales & Marketing. “Throughout November, we’re offering great deals on all our platforms – web, mobile and Newegg apps – with deep price cuts across our entire portfolio.”

During Black November 2017, Newegg will offer a series of promotions spanning the company’s product categories. The Black November Kick-off Sale gives early holiday shoppers their first look at this year’s deals. The promotion runs November 1 – 6, offering deep discounts on thousands of items across Newegg’s 60+ product categories.

A few of the Sample deals include an EVGA SuperNOVA 850 G2 Tester Power Supply for $164; a GIGABYTE GA-AX370-Gaming K5 ATX AMD Motherboard for $207, an Acer Predator XB1 Series 28″ 4K NVIDIA G-sync LCD Monitor with Built-in Speaker for $499; and an MSI GP Series GP72VRX Leopard Pro-473 17.3″ Intel Core i7 VR Ready Gaming Laptop for $1,999.

Tech fans can visit newegg.ca/BlackNovember throughout the month to stay on top of Newegg’s Black November deals. Discounts will be drastic, and in some cases quantities will be limited. Newegg and Amazon have pretty great return policies, so you can shop without the dread of being stuck with a gift you don’t need, or paying too much even though you’re shopping early.