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We've gathered up all the best deals for you to shop on Nov. 22 — here are our top picks:


Black Friday week is off to quite an epic start. Retailers are fighting for your hard-earned cash — and they're doing a great job.

Walmart came in hot with its final Deals for Days event, which began yesterday evening. While some particularly good deals already sold out, there are plenty still live on the site — like $79 Beats Solo3 headphones and a $110 Ninja Foodi OL501. Amazon has yet to match these major discounts, but has plenty of its own deals to shop — particularly on Amazon devices. Meanwhile, Best Buy's electronics deals are still reigning supreme with some of the best prices we've seen on MacBooks and Chromebooks this season.

We've done the grunt work of searching for all the top deals you can shop on Nov. 22, so you can save time as well as money. From Apple and Amazon to Ninja and Samsung, here are the best deals of the day sorted into convenient categories.

Best Apple deal

Why we like it

If you already own the original AirPods Pro, the second-generation buds "are not an essential upgrade," Mashable senior editor Stan Schroeder wrote in his review. However, they're definitely great earbuds, with impressive sound quality and stellar noise cancelation. While $49 doesn't seem like a huge discount, it's the biggest price drop we've seen on these buds so far — they were just released in September. They're sitting at the same price at Amazon, but if you snag them at Best Buy instead, you'll get three free months of Apple TV+, plus four free months of Apple Music and Apple News+.

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Best home deal

Why we like it

Just last week, the 6.5-quart OL501 Ninja Foodi dropped to an unbelievable $129.99 — that's $150 off its usual $279.99 price tag. Thanks to Walmart's epic Deals for Days event, the price on Nov. 22 is even lower at just $109.99 (for comparison purposes, Amazon currently has it listed at $154). That 6.5-quart Foodi is big enough to whip up two things at once with dual layers. Plus, it's brimming with cooking options, from air frying to slow cooking to yogurt making.

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Best Amazon device deal

Why we like it

Amazon's new Echo Dot is billed as its most powerful yet, with a larger speaker that packs clearer vocals and better bass into its usual spherical form. It also features a new AZ2 Neural Edge processor, temperature sensors, and built-in eero (an Echo Dot first). Just released at the end of October, this is the first discount of this caliber we've seen. Plus, Amazon will even throw in a free Philips Hue Smart Bulb or a free six-month Amazon Music Unlimited subscription (a $53.94 value).

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