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Black Friday deals in Canada for 2019 are already being announced

Black Friday deals in Canada for 2019 will be plentiful come November 29. The one day a year when people literally trample each other in the name of a good deal is fast approaching, and some companies are already announcing their Black Friday sales ahead of time. 

While deals usually hit every kind of retail store, the very best bargains are known to be in tech. 

Best Buy, for instance, always offers unbeatable deals on the shopping holiday. 

This year, they're unleashing some of those deals early, so you can score some great Black Friday Deals without entering a chaotic store on November 29. 

While more deals are sure to surface once the actual day arrives, Best Buy is currently offering deals on a variety of headphones, speakers and connected smart home devices.

Amazon Canada is another company offering up pre-Black Friday sales. 

Their real Black Friday deals are sure to reach beyond just their tech items, but for now their sales seem to be mainly reserved for popular tech devices such as the Echo Dot and a wireless charging stand.

Nintendo Canada hasn't yet launched their Black Friday sales, but they have announced what the sales will be once the 29th rolls around.

Tech company Lenovo has also announced some of their Black Friday deals ahead of the actual day. 

So whether or not you're a fan of Canada's fairly recent adoption of the American shopping holiday, be sure to fill all your tech needs either on or before Black Friday rolls around.

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