It feels like we’ve seen Black Friday sales for weeks! I’m rounding up some of my favorite Black Friday deals 2020 here for you to check out – many of which are live right now to make your shopping a little easier.
First things first, make sure you have a Rakuten account. You can add the extension to your browser and it saves a step, but you earn cash back on so many purchases you make online (and some even in-store!) Sign up with my referral link to get $40 credited to your account when you make your first $40 purchase – and every few months you’ll have a big fat check sent your way for doing your regular shopping!
Hulu had an amazing offer, which has since expired. However, if you’re looking for a streaming service, I highly recommend them!
I actually switched our Hulu account two years ago to a new email address to take advantage of their Black Friday offer. Since then, I’m paying the regular price of $5.99 per month.
For the planner: Erin Condren has 30% off starting now! Grab your LifePlanner before the new year. You’ll be glad you did. This sale has been extended, and I ordered mine on Sunday. I’ve been using LifePlanner as my go-to paper planner for many years and love the product SO much.
For the essential oils: I started using Rocky Mountain Oils when I first met them at Mom 2.0 three years ago. I love their blends, and use them often on my kids! They’re high quality without the high prices, and right now they have 30% off of EVERYTHING. This is going to be the time to stock up! (Check out my favorite essential oils posts!)
For your Christmas cards: Shutterfly has 50% off most everything, and you can get an extra 25% off with the code CYBER25! I ordered our holiday cards last week, and they will be here in the next few days. I’m pretty excited about this year’s cards (even if this year has been somewhat lame.)
For your grocery delivery: Save 50% off of a year of Shipt delivery service! For only $49, you’ll get free delivery on orders over $35. This is a FANTASTIC deal and I would encourage everyone who has Shipt in their area to jump on board.
For kids of all ages: Kiwi Crate! I’ve actually ordered a box for each of my kids. These boxes are creative activities for kids and you select them based on ages and interest. So my daughter, who is 3.5, is getting the Koala Box. My son is 9, and he has the Tinker Crates coming right now. You can get 1, 2 or 4 months free right now. My daughter is 4 and receives the Koala Crate.
For the reader: Amazon usually runs a deal on books, but more than that they always have Kindles on sale. (I’m considering upgrading my husband’s Kindle Fire.) My Paperwhite has held strong for more than 4 years and I would recommend it to anyone considering a Kindle! We have one Fire Kids Edition, and I’m considering getting a second because my kids love it so much. Last year, I took advantage of the Kindle Unlimited offer, and right now you can try Kindle Unlimited for free for a month. (Unlimited books for a month! Free!) You can always sign up, and immediately cancel so you aren’t charged – and still get the free month.
For the TV aficionado: Do you have an Amazon Fire Stick yet? We bought two about two years ago. (Well, I bought one on Black Friday and a few months later bought the second one.) I love these, and they make TV watching so easy. My kids love the different options, and it’s great since we cut cable several years ago, we can access all of our apps and favorite shows through the Fire Stick! And if you don’t have a Hulu account, they have a fantastic offer! You can sign up for their service for $1.99 per month for a year.
For the parent: Our kids are (mostly) wearing masks, and I have found iron-on mask labels through Name Bubbles! I’m so excited about these, and I have a full review coming soon.Save 30% with the code BF30 through Monday.
For the crafter: Cricut has everything on their site on sale. The EasyPress starts at $49 for the smallest size! They even have bundles on sale. Now is the time to stock up on vinyl, while it’s on sale!