First Amazon Black Friday 2017 Deal Is Available Today

Posted: Nov 7 2017, 2:27am CST | by , in News | Black Friday 2018

 

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First Amazon Black Friday 2017 Deal is Available Today

Amazon offers today an announced Black Friday 2017 deal early.

The early Amazon Black Friday 2017 sale kicked off online at amazon.com on Nov .1. The Countdown to Black Friday 2017 Deals Week page features new early Black Friday 2017 deals today. On November 7, Amazon offers the first advertised Black Friday 2017 deal. The All-New Fire 7 Kids Edition Tablet is on sale for $69.99, saving $30.

The $69.99 Amazon Fire 7 Kids Edition Black Friday 2017 deal is advertised in the Target Black Friday 2017 ad. Amazon announced yesterday a selection of Black Friday 2017 Amazon Devices deals and combined with the deals in the Target ad, we have already a pretty complete picture of all Black Friday 2017 Amazon Devices deals.

The deal on the All-New Fire 7 Kids Edition Tablet will not get any better on Black Friday and Holiday gift shoppers can pick up Amazon's tablet designed for kids today.

Amazon also offers a deal today on the All-New Fire HD 8 Kids Edition Tablet. Today's price is $40 lower than the regular price. Customers can pick up the bigger Kids tablet for $89.99 today.

The Amazon Kids Edition tablet comes with a year of Amazon FreeTime Unlimited at no additional cost. Amazon FreeTime Unlimited is the first-ever all-in-one subscription that brings together all the types of content that kids ages 3-12 want, with over 15,000 books, movies, TV shows, educational apps, and games.

Each Fire Kids Edition tablet comes with a Kid-Proof Case and a 2-year worry-free guarantee, giving parents peace of mind and kids freedom to play. The Amazon tablet features full parental control and a browser keeping kids away from harmful content. More details on Amazon.

Find all of today's early Amazon Black Friday 2017 deals online at amazon.com. Amazon is releasing new deals each morning in it 50 days long Black Friday and Holiday sales event.

The early Black Friday 2017 sales are underway from Walmart, Dell, JCPenney, Kohl's and others. Find the best Black Friday 2017 deals available today. The Walmart Black Friday 2017 ad, Best Buy Black Friday 2017 ad are expected to be released on Nov. 9. The Target Black Friday 2017 ad has been released on Nov. 6. At this point, Black Friday deal hunters have almost all information to plan out the complete Black Friday 2017 deals hunt.

Black Friday 2017 is on November 24, 2017, but the Black Friday deal hunting begins now, check out today's Amazon deals. I4U News provides again daily deals guide to the best Black Friday 2017 deals throughout November like in the past decade. Find all released Black Friday 2017 ads.

This year you can score the hottest Black Friday 2017 online doorbuster deals with our online inventory tracking app The Tracker. The app will notify you when the most popular doorbuster deals will be available online at Amazon, Walmart, Best Buy, Target and other stores.

The Tracker app is available for free on iOS and Android. You can find the app in the app store with searching for just for "i4u". Alternatively, you can follow @TheTrackerApp Twitter account to receive the in-stock notification on all hard to find products of the season including the SNES Classic, Luvabella and Hatchimals Surprise and soon on Black Friday 2017 deals.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/2" rel="author">Luigi Lugmayr</a>
Luigi Lugmayr () is the founding chief Editor of I4U News and brings over 15 years experience in the technology field to the ever evolving and exciting world of gadgets. He started I4U News back in 2000 and evolved it into vibrant technology magazine.
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