Top 10 Black Friday Deals 2015

Ten Walmart Black Friday Deals

Like a runaway train full of holiday spirit and deep discounts, Black Friday is rapidly approaching. With just about every major ad posted and leaked by us, we’ve done what we truly do best: examined every ad to bring you our picks on the best deals on HDTVs, 4K TVs, laptops, video game consoles, and more in the form of our 2015 buying guides. Now that the dust has settled, we’ve gone back through our guides and ad leaks and have compiled a definitive selection of the top door busters and can’t miss deals of the holiday. We present that to you here, from our home office somewhere near the North Pole, our Top 10 2015 Black Friday Deals!

10. Kohl’s Cash Deals

While gift cards or store rewards deals are never quite as exciting as a cash discount, Kohl’s deserves a bit of recognition for their all-encompassing “once a year” $15 Kohl’s Cash promotion, which runs from Nov 23-29th. This deal gives Black Friday shoppers a $15 Kohl’s Cash coupon for every $50 they spend on a single ticket, with the coupon redeemable only Nov 30-Dec 6th. This may seem a little restrictive, but Kohl’s is picking up where many other retailers have dropped the ball this Black Friday, giving shoppers a path to extra savings where they are hard to come by. This has made Kohl’s the top pick in many of our categories including video games, HDTVs, and digital cameras. If you can’t find a deal on the product you need anywhere else, you can at least score some Kohl’s cash to help subsidize the cost.

9. Vizio 60" 4K Full-Array LED Smart HDTV (M60-C3) $799.99 – Dell Home

With 4K HDTVs present in nearly every retail ad that sells electronics, shoppers everywhere will be tempted to brave the cold Black Friday crowds and bring home a UHDTV. While there are smaller, less expensive options out there this holiday, the Vizio 60” 4K Full Array LED M60-C3 stands out as one of the best deals in 4K. Why would this be better than a smaller, more inexpensive set? For the same reason it’s impractical to pay extra for 1080p over 720p on a 32” HDTV. With smaller screen sizes, it becomes difficult if not impossible to tell the difference between 4K and 1080p content unless you sit uncomfortably close to the screen. Yes, 43” is small in the world of 4K, and 4K sets 60” and larger is when you’ll really begin to appreciate the beauty and detail of 4K media.

8. Panasonic Lumix TS30 $99.99 – Panasonic

One of the stand-out deals of our picks for top digital camera bargains is the Panasonic Lumix TS30. It isn’t the least expensive digital point and shoot, but when it out classes every other similarly priced point and shoot camera, it becomes a deal not to be missed. While the durability of being waterproof, shockproof, and freeze proof are nice additions, what seals the deal is Panasonic’s MEGA optical image stabilization, which samples image stability 4000 times per second to deliver a crisp photo no matter how unsteady the photographer may be.

7. Xbox One Rise of the Tomb Raider 1TB Bundle + Free Wireless Controller - $349.99 – Best Buy

Best Buy’s Xbox One bundle is just one of a plethora of Xbox One bundles found in both Black Friday ads and featured in Pre-Black Friday sales from retailers everywhere. But overall, Best Buy has the top deal on a 1TB Xbox One console, especially when you consider everything you get in this bundle. This deal includes one of the hottest action games of this year, the newly released Rise of the Tomb Raider, the 2013 Tomb Raider reboot, and an extra controller, all for $50 less than the MSRP of the 1TB console alone. If you’re going after an XONE with XL storage capacity, this is the deal to chase down this Black Friday.

6. HP 17.3” Core i5 Laptop (17-g119dx) - $399.99 – Best Buy

For the second year running, Best Buy has come out on top of the XL laptop category, by offering a lower price than anyone else on an Intel Core i5 based 17.3” notebook PC. While this isn’t the lowest price on a 17” laptop, the extra money goes a long way with the performance boost delivered by the 1.7ghz 4th Generation Intel Core i5.

5. Toshiba 49” 1080p HDTV (49L310U) - $149.99 – Best Buy

Best Buy has one upped their deal from a year ago by leading the pack again on 50” HDTVs and similarly sized sets. Best Buy has a history of bucking the trend on Black Friday, and offering the top deal on a trusted name in electronics, rather than house-brands, mystery skus, or less than reputable manufacturers that tend to plague doorbuster HDTVs. While it’s true that Toshiba no longer manufactures these sets themselves, the stellar reviews at a price that is less than half of the runner up in the (around) 50” HDTV category makes this a can’t miss deal.

4. Dell Inspiron 15 15.6” Core i3 Laptop $229.99 – Dell Home

Dell came out swinging into the Black Friday arena when first leaked their ad nearly a month ago. Now that the dust has settled and most of the major ads have been leaked and posted to our Ad Scans section, this Inspiron 15 Core i3 laptop stands above all as the top laptop deal this Black Friday. Not only is this the lowest price ever offered on Black Friday for an Intel Core i3-based laptop, it’s also the most powerful laptop ever offered on Black Friday in this price range.

3. Kenmore Front Loading 4.3-cu.ft. Washer & 7.3-cu.ft. Dryer – $799.99 Sears

Many retailers take the easy way out on Black Friday by simply advertising every major appliance in their catalog without offering any real savings. Sears may or may not have been guilty of this in the past, but this year they are pulling no punches. Right on the front page of the Sears Black Friday ad is the overall best Black Friday deal on a front loading washer and dryer pair, beating out the competition by hundreds of dollars on similarly equipped machines.

2. Xbox One Gears of War 500GB Bundle with Extra Controller + Fallout 4 – $299.99 – Dell Home

When first broke the Dell Home Black Friday ad, eyes were immediately drawn to this Xbox One bundle as what many hoped would be a hint at the caliber of deals we were in store for this Thanksgiving. The response by shoppers and retailers was astounding, as this leak set off a firestorm of Xbox One deals, with retailers all over the country scrambling to piece together Xbox One bundles for Pre-Black Friday sales in hopes to entice shoppers into grabbing their new console early. While many tried, they all failed to match this spectacular deal on a 500GB Xbox One console that sees a $50 price cut while also including $130 in add-ons including an extra controller and Fallout 4. If you’re after this deal, be ready at 6pm EST when this deal goes live at, as this is one of the hottest overall deals this Black Friday

1. Vizio 70” 1080p LED Smart HDTV - $898 – Walmart

Walmart walks away with the trophy for best overall deal this Black Friday, on this stunner of a deal on a 70” LED HDTV. It’s hard to believe how far the prices have dropped on HDTVs of this size, especially considering last year the lowest price available on a 70” HDTV was nearly $1500, and this year, even smaller sets still cost hundreds more than this deal. Even though this set is a special Black Friday sku, the tremendous savings offers more bang for your buck than just about any other Black Friday deal, proving once again that Black Friday is the best time of year to shop.

We may be closing the books on our suite of 2015 Buying Guides, but we’ve still got plenty of work to do before Thanksgiving. We’re dedicated to bringing you each and every hot deal, leaked ad, pre-black Friday sale, and more from now until the last sale is over.

Speaking of work, you as a shopper have got your work cut out for you. There are strategies to be devised, schedules to be planned, store maps to be plotted, and names to cross off shopping lists. What better way to get the info you need and edge out the competition than by staying tuned to throughout the holiday and beyond. If you can’t be on our site, you can always like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, and download our new Black Friday app to make sure you don’t miss a minute of the action.

November 23, 2015
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