Black Friday Deals on Your Favorite Home Goods

Black Friday Deals on Your Favorite Home Goods

Posted November 20, 2019 in Your Home

Tis the season for taking advantage of insane markdowns and price cuts on all your favorite items! Black Friday might as well be a national holiday, and like the rest of the big holidays, it takes planning to get it just right. After all, just about every store has its own set of deals and you can’t be in two places at once. So check out this guide to 2019’s Black Friday home goods deals and start plotting your marathon day of shopping.

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Head to the big red bullseye for great Black Friday prices on bedding: $30 weighted blankets, $10 Sherpa throw blankets, and $18 temperature-regulating sheet sets are just a few of the great deals you’ll find. Make your backyard cozier with $40 off a wood-burning firepit. Outfit your kitchen with all the goodies you’ve had your eyes on, from $60-off pressure cookers to $40-off Keurig coffee makers.

Bed Bath and Beyond

Still in search of fall décor? Bed Bath and Beyond will be offering tremendous deals on a huge selection of autumnal décor, though that’s merely the tip of the iceberg that is their Black Friday offerings. Find deals on items for every room of your house, from the latest high-tech hair-dryers and stretchy towels to air-frying toaster ovens and reusable silicone snack bags. No matter what you’re after, you’ll get 20% off your entire purchase with a Black Friday-exclusive coupon.

Best Buy

Sure, you can completely overhaul your home theater at Best Buy this Black Friday, but there’s more to the store than that. Save up to 40% on major appliances like Samsung refrigerators and KitchenAid dishwashers. Best Buy is also offering gift cards up to $600 for purchases of two or more appliances totaling $999 or more.


Walmart has your kitchen covered on Black Friday with multiple deals on excellent items. For just $49, you can snag an air fryer, Instant Pot pressure cooker, or 20-piece cookware set. And at only $9.96, you can grab an extensive, 23-piece prep set, Mr. Coffee 12-cup coffee maker, and assorted bakeware. Beyond the kitchen, Walmart’s offering great prices on vacuum cleaners, with several models available for less than $100.


Costco has one of the most diverse catalogs of Black Friday deals this year. Show your garage some love with $400 off a 12-piece cabinet and storage set or $300 off a handsome 72” stainless steel workbench. Start building the home gym you’ve always wanted with $300 off a ProForm treadmill. Or make your home feel like a resort with $1,000 off an Aquaterra Spas Brighton 25-jet hot tub.

JC Penney

Take your baking to the next level with the highly coveted KitchenAid artisan mixer, available from JC Penney for only $279 (normally $499). Planning lots of traveling in 2020? Upgrade your family’s luggage for less than $100. And if you still need some last-second Christmas décor, you’ll love Penney’s 60% off sale for holiday décor and ornaments.


Whether you want to transform your bathroom into your own personal spa or you’re trying to create a kitchen that would draw the envy of gourmet chefs, you’ll want to check out Lowe’s on Black Friday. Save up to 50% on a variety of vanities, toilets, fancy faucets, and more to outfit your bathroom with all the luxurious touches you’ve dreamed of. For your kitchen, choose from dozens of deeply discounted cabinets, large appliances, and more.


If your current couch or recliner merely offers the suggestion of comfort, it’s time to replace it this Black Friday at BJ’s. Save $200 on a cozy three-seat reclining sofa and $150 on a massive recliner. Or you can go all-out and save $1,000 on the eSmart Ultimate Massage Chair, complete with 30 air bags, eight back rollers, and speakers.

Home Depot

From all the supplies necessary for your next project around the house to new appliances and furniture, Home Depot offers an impressive catalog of Black Friday deals. Specials like up to free power tools or batteries with select tool kit purchases only further sweeten the pot.

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