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Black Friday Canada deals: The best discounts from Amazon, Walmart & more

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Yes, we know Black Friday is often considered a very U.S.-centric holiday, and while that may be true, there are many retailers extending insane deals to our fellow friends up north in Canada. Black Friday is here and Cyber Monday is coming soon, the deals are still coming fast and often, so check back for the best deals across all the retailers you want.

Black Friday and Cyber Monday isn't as crazy as it is in the U.S., and with people still navigating the pandemic, online shopping is still going to remain at its highest. We are seeing a lot of in-store and a lot of online deals that you can take advantage of from the comfort of your home. We've rounded up our favorites below, so feel free to browse through the best of what Canada Black Friday has to offer!

This list is being updated with new Black Friday deals all the time, so check back often.

Best Buy Canada Black Friday deals

Best Buy Canada has started its Black Friday sales and there are some really good deals that will save you up to several hundreds of dollars. There are headphones, Google Nest products, and tablets available.

Here's some great things to buy at Best Buy

Walmart Canada Black Friday deals

Now is your time to get a Chromebook or maybe a Fitbit, or a new phone. And you can because they're all on sale at Walmart Canada at exceptionally low prices.

Other great Walmart Canada Black Friday deals

Amazon Canada Black Friday deals

Amazon has a whole bunch of deals including the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE, Echo and Fire products, Motorola phones, JBL headphones, and so many more products.

Other great Amazon Canada Black Friday deals

Other deals at Staples Canada and Canada Computers

Plenty of laptops, tablets, and Chromebooks are on sale both at Canada Computers and Staples Canada.
Shruti Shekar
Shruti Shekar

Shruti Shekar is Android Central's senior reporter and also the second Canadian on the team. She was born in India, brought up in Singapore, but now lives in Toronto and couldn't be happier. She started her journalism career as a political reporter in Ottawa, Canada's capital, and then made her foray into tech journalism at MobileSyrup and most recently at Yahoo Finance Canada. When work isn't on her mind, she loves working out, reading thrillers, watching the Raptors, and planning what she's going to eat the next day.