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This story is part of Holiday Gift Guide 2019, your source for the season's best gifts and deals, hand-picked by the experts at CNET.
The Black Friday train is chugging along and picking up steam. (And speaking of steam, scroll down to see an all-time low on the 8-quart Instant Pot.) Yesterday, Walmart revealed a Black Friday ad containing some of the best deals we've seen all year, including a 40-inch Roku TV for $98 and an Apple Watch Series 3 for $129. Of course, you'll have to wait for those. But there are plenty of other deals you can get right now, courtesy of Amazon, Best Buy, Target and other stores:
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Amazon's holiday deals
Costco's massive holiday-sale catalog
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Target Black Friday preview
Walmart's latest Black Friday deals
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We've pored over all the Black Friday ads to find the best stuff that's available immediately. Before you dive in, note that many of the early deals have expired -- but we expect most of them to return, so we've kept them corralled at the bottom. This is a great post to bookmark, as we're updating it pretty much daily.
This is the big 'un, the 8-quart model that lets you prep 33% more food than the more popular (and more often on sale) 6-quart. At $55, it's never been priced lower at Amazon -- but act fast, because that deal is for today only (and while supplies last).
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For the uninitiated, find out why your kitchen needs a pressure cooker.
This is a killer deal on an older version of Apple's iPad Pro. Yes, this 10.5-inch iPad was released in 2017 -- but Walmart's loaded configuration (512GB of storage, Apple's A10X processor) is a bargain at $599, even in 2019. Snap this up. Read our 10.5-inch iPad Pro review.
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Here's your chance to score significant savings...
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