If you have read somewhere that tablet sales are declining, the scarce availability of Black Friday deals on tablets and iPads will prove this statement wrong. Tablets are becoming increasingly popular amongst two consumers groups – kids below 10 and adults above 40. Many of the latest models are featured as prefered personal electronic in this year’s Christmas Gifts guides.
Here are the the best early Black Friday deal on tablets and iPad we have found on the web. Click on the links below to view the complete offers:
Save $100-$125 on Select iPad Air 2 – From $399
Apple iPad mini 2 16GB WiFi – For $199
Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite (7-Inch, White) – $78 (it was $137)
Save 37% off iRULU eXpro X1a 9 Inch Tablet PC – From $65.99
Save $30 on Samsung Galaxy Tab A – From $166 to $250
Save up to $259* on Surface Pro 3 Bundle – From $968
Save $100 on Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 – From $89
Sale in Chinese brands – From $39
Save $50 on Select iPad mini 4 – From $549
Acer ICONIA ONE 8 NT.L92AA.001 8-Inch 32 GB Tablet (White) – From $133 (it was 179)
LeapFrog LeapPad Ultra/Ultra XDI Kids’ Learning Tablet, Green (styles may vary) – From $83 (it was $149
LeapFrog LeapPad Platinum Kids Learning Tablet, Purple – From $100 (it was $129)
We will be adding more Black Friday deals on tablets to this post as the actual day of the sale comes closer. This year it will be November 27, Friday.
What is Black Friday?
Black Friday is the first Friday after the Thanksgiving in the United States, and it represents a perfect storm for retailers: many people in the US have the day off, and as a result it’s been the busiest shopping day of the year for nearly a decade.
To make things even busier, many retailers now offer some of their best sale bargains on Black Friday.
When is Black Friday?
In 2015, it’s Friday 27 November, which is perfect as the bargain hunting will continue till Monday, when will be Cyber Monday madness.
How did Black Friday get its name?
Some say it’s the day that retailers’ profits finally move into the black, although Wikipedia reckons that the true origin of the term comes from Philadelphia where it referred to the disruptive pedestrian and vehicle traffic that occurred during the holiday.
Is Black Friday as big a deal as it seems?
Yes it is. Every year there are reports of fisticuffs as bargain-crazed shoppers beat each other up, partly because of the practice of using “doorbusters” – amazing and excruciatingly limited deals to attract as many customers as possible. US-based retailers such as Amazon are now keen to make it a tradition.
Is Black Friday connected to Cyber Monday?
Cyber Monday is the Monday immediately after Black Friday, and it was invented in 2005 in an attempt to create an online equivalent of Black Friday. What this has resulted in now, is an entire 4-day weekend of hot deals both in store and online.