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Black Friday home ads: where to find the best appliance deals (+video)

Black Friday is known for TV and electronic deals, but retailers are cooking up some seriously great home deals this year. Read on for the best Black Friday bargains on appliances, gadgets, kitchenware, and more. 

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    Natasha Feldman showcases Miele washer and dryer energy efficient appliances at a Best Buy store in Glendale, Calif. last year. Best Buy and Walmart have some of the best deals on home goods, including appliances, during Black Friday 2014.
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If you can get past the pages and pages of TV and tablet ads, you'll see that retailers are cooking up some seriously great home deals this year. We've scoured the Black Friday ads from top to bottom to bring you the appliances, gadgets, and kitchenware deals that are set to save you the most money. Read on for our favorite Black Friday home ads.

  • 2nd-Gen Nest Learning Thermostat for $199.99 at Best Buy
    The ultimate home-warming gift for techies is about to see a serious price drop. Best Buy's Black Friday price blows past our $220 prediction for the Nest Thermostat, bringing this in-demand gadget to the lowest price we've ever seen by $24. (For further comparison, we saw it bundled with a $50 Apple gift card for $250 on Black Friday last year.)
  • Dyson DC33 Multi-Floor Bagless Upright Vacuum for $199 at Walmart
    Somewhere, a Dyson fan just fainted. We predicted that new Dysons would start at around $250, and this 6 pm doorbuster demolishes that price by $51. Furthermore, this price is $40 below our previous all-time low for a new unit.
  • 4-Burner Gas Grill with Side Burner for $99 at Walmart
    Although the summer months typically see better grill sales than Black Friday, this gas grill is a steal. At $99, it'll be tied with a May deal as the cheapest 4-burner gas grill we've seen in the past two years. Better still, this 6 pm doorbuster beats the next cheapest Black Friday gas grillby $61.
  • Rachel Ray 15-Piece Porcelain Enamel Nonstick Cookware Set for $89 at Walmart
    Cookware sets are an excellent buy on Black Friday, and this one is no exception. We haven't even seen a Rachel Ray porcelain enamel set this large since last Black Friday; in October, we saw a 12-piece set that cost $11 more than this 6 pm doorbuster. Better yet, this deal beats similar offers at JCPenneyKmart, and Meijer.
  • Crock-Pot 4-Quart Slow Cooker for $7.99 at Kohl's
    Seeing a Crock-Pot fall to a single-digit price point just reminds us how much we love Black Friday. We regularly see these slow cookers go for $20 or more, so $8 is just spectacular. Furthermore, this will become the cheapest Crock-Pot of any size that we've ever seen, period.
  • Rival Hand/Stand Mixer for $15 at Walmart
    Admittedly, if you've got your heart set on a top-tier KitchenAid stand mixer, this one from Rival won't impress you. For everyone else, this 6 pm doorbuster is absurdly awesome. The next cheapest mixer deal you'll see on Black Friday costs $10 more, and this price beats our previous all-time low for any stand mixer by $14.

Excited for Black Friday deals? Consider subscribing to the DealNews Select Newsletter to get a daily recap of all our deals; you never know when a Black Friday price will be released! You can alsodownload the DealNews apps, check out the latest Black Friday ads, or read more buying advice.

Marcy Bonebright is a feature writer for Dealnews.com, where this article first appeared. 

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