Amazon (AMZN) has released a series of deals ahead of Black Friday as it looks to fight its competitors in what is anticipated to be one of the biggest shopping events of the year.

The e-commerce retailer has revealed deep discounts in fashion, beauty, toys, and home products, but one of the must-have categories, where savings can be seen, is in its tech division, with both top-brand electronic devices and namesake products deeply reduced.

Here are some of the top products that consumers can save on now ahead of Black Friday 2021:

Consumers can already save up to 30% on select Samsung phones and earbuds with additional discounts on Sony headphones. Beats headphones are also on sale, as well as Bose headphones.

Laptops are discounted up to 20% off, including the Acer brand, while Lenovo Chromebooks can be found for up to 21% off.

Popular TV brands from Samsung, LG, and Sony are also discounted up to 20%.

Garmin smartwatches and navigation electronics are reduced up to 40% off, while Sony lenses are on sale up to 22% off.

Shoppers will also find the FlashForge Adventurer 3 Lite 3D Printer on sale for $40 off.

Amazon has also discounted its Alexa products, selling its Echo Show 8 first generation for $40 off. The Fire TV Stick 4K is up to 32% off, and the Fire HD 10 tablet is $50 off. The Fire 7 Kids tablet from Amazon is $40 off.

All deals can be found at, on the Amazon mobile shopping app, or by asking “Alexa, what are my deals?” Amazon has also prepared a gift gift guide at and a holiday prep shop at with videos to help get ready for the holidays.

In addition to the deals that Amazon is offering shoppers on tech products, Prime members in the U.S. can send gifts with just an email address or mobile phone number through the Amazon mobile shopping app without the need for the recipient’s address. Gift recipients can either accept the gift or exchange it for an Amazon gift card without the sender even knowing they did so with a gift receipt.

As of Monday at 10 a.m. ET, shares of Amazon were trading at $3,229.26, down $54, or 1.64 %.

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