It feels like we’ve seen Black Friday sales for weeks! I’m rounding up some of my favorite Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals 2022 here for you to check out – many of which are live right now to make your shopping a little easier.
See also: Stocking stuffers for under $15 and my favorite Etsy shops this season!
The BEST streaming deals!
For the TV watcher: I’ve had a Hulu subscription for more than 9 years. It’s my one constant streaming app and I recommend it to anyone who has cut cable from their monthly bills!
We started using Paramount+ last year to stream a few kids movies. If you’re a fan of the original Real World on MTV, then you have to watch the first season’s reunion (Real World Homecoming) and the reunion show for Los Angeles! I am really hoping we see a few more of these reunions shows. 🙂
And if Showtime is your favorite streaming service, they had a deal (it starts with a 30-day trial).
Do you have an Amazon Fire Stick or a Roku? We actually switched over to Roku two years ago and I haven’t regretted a thing. 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!
Zulily is a one-stop shop of deals
For the kids: Some of the best toy deals are through Zulily! My kids (ages 6 and 11) love the magnetic tiles, and Zulily has PicassoTiles on sale. I’m eyeing a wheel and gear set that I think my son would love. We have a marble run set currently.
Push pop toys are still all the rage with kids and are inexpensive anti-stress toys. LEGO sets are ALWAYS a hit with my kids, but the site also has LEGO accessories and storage. The have LEGO Super Mario sets available, and my son has been obsessed with these sets since we started buying them about a year and a half ago. If you have a gamer in your life, check out all of the Nintendo-related gifts!
For the wine aficionado:
First Leaf Wines is a great deal and includes free shipping. First Leaf is a wine delivery service, and you’ll go through a quiz to determine what you might like (you can change the options at the end!) This is an amazing deal for great wine, and you can always cancel after the first month.
For the essential oils: I started using Rocky Mountain Oils when I first met them at Mom 2.0 many years ago. I love their blends, and use them often on my kids! They’re high quality without the high prices and they have daily deals for the next couple of days that are worth checking out. This is going to be the time to stock up! (Check out my favorite essential oils posts!)
For the photographer: Canvas prints are so nice, and two years ago I ordered six new prints to add to our walls – for less than $6 per print. I went with the 8×8 prints and for one room, I wanted only travel images I’ve taken. I added four photos to go along with a panoramic canvas I have. And then in the living room, I added a couple of recent photos of my kids. The quality is great, they are easier to hang than regular picture frames, and for less than $6 per canvas, you are getting an amazing deal!
For the foodie: Stock up on chicken and pork with Perdue’s lowest prices! We buy most of our meat in bulk and freeze it, saving us money and time (I really don’t like shopping more than once a week if I can help it.)
If you are looking for high quality beef, Snake River Farms offers bundles and subscriptions. I wrote about them last fall and we love having meat delivered to our door.
And don’t sleep on Wildgrain subscriptions! I have a dedicated Wildgrain drawer in my freezer, and no shame about it. Save $10 on your first order with them with the code LOVEJAIME10 – and check out my review about Wildgrain.
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 your labeling needs: During the early pandemic months, I found iron-on mask labels through Name Bubbles! I’ve reviewed them over the past year and use them often. Save 20% with the code HOLIDAY 20 through December 31. (Use this link!)
for the crafter: A subscription to Craftsy is only $.79 for a year! I’ve written about Craftsy a few times, but this deal is the lowest I’ve seen it (I actually purchased it over the summer for $2.99.)
And if you made it this far, 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!
Courtney A. Casto says
I love the planner!! There are so many choices! I’ve been looking for a good one and Erin’s just might be the one!
Got most of the streaming deals. Thank you!