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Thanksgiving coronavirus surge could turn into the Christmas surge, health professor warns


The US reported 2,046 deaths Wednesday — the highest one-day coronavirus death toll the country has reported since early May, Johns Hopkins University data shows.

The country also hit a new daily hospitalization record, with 89,954 people currently hospitalized for Covid-19, according to the Covid Tracking Project. This is the 16th straight day that figure set a record for the pandemic.

“I worry that the Thanksgiving Day surge will then just add into what will become the Christmas surge, which will then make this one seem as if it wasn’t so bad,” said Michael Osterholm, the director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota.

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) published an ensemble forecast Wednesday that projects between 294,000 and 321,000 coronavirus deaths in the United States by December 19.

“We have to understand we’re in a very dangerous place. People have to stop swapping air,” Osterholm said. “It’s just that simple.”

Osterholm told CNN’s Jim Acosta on Wednesday Americans need to understand how dangerous the virus is and how much more dangerous it will become.

“We are going to see our hospitals literally on the verge of collapse,” he said.

The federal government’s Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announced a plan Wednesday to deliver acute hospital care at home and relax regulations on surgical care outside of hospitals as part of an effort to increase care capacity as coronavirus hospitalizations surge around the nation.

The centers will make it possible for vulnerable people to access critical non-coronavirus care without entering a setting where they may be exposed to the virus.

“We’re at a new level of crisis response with Covid-19,” CMS Administrator Seema Verma said in a statement. “With new areas across the country experiencing significant challenges to the capacity of their health care systems, our job is to make sure that CMS regulations are not standing in the way of patient care for Covid-19 and beyond.”

Osterholm and Verma are not the only experts pleading with and trying to warn the public, Dr. Anthony Fauci told ABC’s “Good Morning America” on Wednesday that his final pre-Thanksgiving plea is to keep any indoor holiday gatherings as small as possible

“What we don’t want to see is yet another surge superposed upon the (current) surge … which we’ll realize three (to) three and a half weeks from now” if people aren’t careful, Fauci, director of National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, told ABC.

Public health officials have generally urged Americans to celebrate Thanksgiving only with members of the same household, or at least gather outdoors, to avoid further virus spread. The CDC also recommended last week that Americans should not travel for Thanksgiving.
Still, air travel is robust compared to previous weeks during the pandemic. Sunday saw the biggest day for air travel since March 16, with 1.05 million people screened, while more than 900,000 people were screened Tuesday, the Transportation Security Administration said.
As of Wednesday evening, there were 12.7 million cases of Covid-19 in the United States and more than 262,000 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University data.

Physician fears ‘the darkest days in modern American medical history’ are coming

As grim as the current numbers may seem, physicians and officials throughout the country are projecting an even harder next few weeks.

In Houston, Dr. Joseph Varon, chief of staff at United Memorial Medical Center, said he has been working for 251 straight days because of the pandemic.

The Trump administration is considering shortening the recommended quarantine time
He said he suspects caseloads at the hospital will get worse as the country awaits a vaccine, especially if people don’t take seriously public health officials’ exhortations to socially distance and wear masks.

“My concerns for the next six to 12 weeks is that if we don’t do things right, America is going to see the darkest days in modern American medical history,” Varon told CNN Wednesday.

“My hospital is full. I just opened two new wings so that I can accommodate for the next few days, because I know that a lot of people are going to get sick after Thanksgiving,” he said.

“My nurses in the middle of the day, they will start crying, because they are getting so many patients, and it’s a never-ending story,” Varon said. “When they finish finally getting a patient in, they get a phone call from the ER that there is another patient getting admitted.”

To curb spread, more restrictions

More restrictions were announced in Nashville this week, where Mayor John Cooper said restaurants and bars will be limited to a maximum of 50% capacity, with social distancing.
Family makes PSA about large family gatherings after 15 members contracted Covid-19

Additionally, there will be a 10 p.m. last call and service for food and beverages and no entry to establishments after that time. The new limits are set to go into effect November 30.

“The additional modifications are being made in response to the continued spike in Covid cases and concerns about hospital capacity,” Cooper wrote on Twitter.
In New York, which closed schools last week because local test-positivity rates rose above 3%, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Wednesday that he and the governor were working on a plan to reopen the buildings.
61% of Americans changed their Thanksgiving plans due to Covid-19 spikes, new poll finds

The plan will include increased testing in schools, which had been once a month. “We want to have every child able to be tested at every point,” de Blasio said.

In the hard-hit Texas community of El Paso, County Judge Ricardo Samaniego announced Tuesday a partial curfew that would work to address social and recreational activities but does not apply when residents are out for essential or nonessential business. The curfew will run from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. and will expire Monday.

“You will be able to be purchasing, shopping, whatever it is that you need to do of any essential or nonessential businesses under the conditions that are placed,” he said. “We’re trying to create a balance on the health of our community and the economy.”

“But let me emphasize the following,” the judge said. “It is a shelter-at-home order. Residents are strongly urged to shelter at home. If leaving home to obtain essential or nonessential service, this order strongly recommends that only one person per family participate in obtaining goods and services.”

Pennsylvania to ban drinking at bars and restaurants on Thanksgiving eve in effort to stop coronavirus spread

In Louisiana, Gov. John Bel Edwards announced the state was imposing more restrictions starting Wednesday, amid an “aggressive third surge of Covid-19.” Restaurants, gyms, barber shops, nail salons, movie theaters and nonessential businesses are limited to 50% capacity.

“There is not a single region of our state that is not seeing increases in new cases, hospitalizations and growing positivity of Covid tests, and I am incredibly concerned by Louisiana’s trajectory and our ability to continue to deliver health care to our people if our hospitals are overrun with sick patients,” Edwards said.

“Now is the time to make changes,” he added.

CNN’s Pete Muntean, Kristina Sgueglia, Naomi Thomas, Lauren Mascarenhas, Artemis Moshtaghian, Cheri Mossburg and Shelby Lin Erdman contributed to this report.



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How to Deal With Life in Long-Term Isolation

How to Deal With Life in Long-Term Isolation


Anyone else dreading winter?

Cases of Covid-19 are climbing, and winter weather is going to cut off many of the lifelines — picnics in the park, running outside, outdoor dining — so many people have depended on for sanity this year. Vaccines are on the horizon, but even the most optimistic timelines put them months away. And time with family during the holidays, normally a bright spot in winter months, is all but canceled this year.

But there are ways to steel yourself for such a dark set of circumstances! In fact, some people have been through all of that and then some.

Take, for instance, an astronaut who spent nearly a year in space. Or the station leader of a research outpost in Antarctica. Or one of the eight people sealed inside the artificial ecosystem Biosphere 2 for two years in the early 1990s.

The New York Times spoke with these people to get advice on coping with life in extended isolation — and how to deal with not quite being able to see the light at the end of the tunnel.

If there’s one takeaway, it’s this: Adaptation and expectation management are key.

For 328 days between March 2019 and February 2020, the NASA astronaut Christina Koch was floating 250 miles above Earth aboard the International Space Station, setting the record for the longest continuous time spent in space by a woman. An astronaut since 2013, Ms. Koch, 41, was trained to deal with long-term isolation and constantly changing circumstances, but there isn’t exactly training on what to do when the world you come back to is wholly different than the one you left.

But that’s not to say she wasn’t equipped.

“One of the qualities that astronauts develop is adaptability and managing expectations,” Ms. Koch said. “And I think that we really honed the skill of being able to be OK with whatever comes down the road, and to just adapt our hopes and dreams to what that situation is and make the best of it.”

While aboard the I.S.S., Ms. Koch and her crew mates watched the early days of the pandemic unfold, but they didn’t know how deeply things would change.

She returned to Earth in February, but just as she was finishing physical rehabilitation and ready to embark on the many plans she had made, Ms. Koch had to trade one type of isolation for another. “Right when I was ready to go back out into the world, it got shut back down,” she said.

To be clear: Being stuck at home inside with all of the comforts — and Seamless deliveries — we’re used to isn’t exactly an apples-to-apples comparison to spending nearly a year in space. But many of the emotions and psychological bruises we’re dealing with right now are actually similar to what astronauts experience in space, Ms. Koch said. And the strategies and tactics of dealing with those experiences can be quite transferable.

For instance: Ms. Koch said that learning to accept and be comfortable with unpredictability is something that is built into astronaut training. During her time on the I.S.S., Ms. Koch said, there were days she would go to sleep knowing her schedule for the next day, only to wake up and have it entirely rearranged. And even if a day’s schedule didn’t have any surprises, at any moment something could go wrong and the entire crew would have to adapt — a mind-set she uses while quarantining at home.

“What you can control is how you react to that situation,” she said. “What you can control is whether or not you let yourself go down a bad mental path or not.”

In fact, while on the I.S.S., Ms. Koch was surprised by an extension to her mission by about five months. So in one sense, she said, she has been here before.

“I had to shift my thinking from ‘It’s a marathon not a sprint’ to ‘It’s an ultramarathon, not a marathon,’” she said. “In the pandemic, that’s what I have reframed. When lockdown started it was going to be a two-week pause, and now it’s going to last through the spring.”

Ms. Koch said a key skill she uses from her time in space is learning how to stay connected to loved ones when we can’t be physically present. While in space, for example, Ms. Koch, “ran” a half-marathon in Glacier National Park with her friends; at the same time they were running on the course, Ms. Koch ran the 13.1 miles on her space treadmill.

“You have to be creative in how you stay relevant in the lives of your loved ones,” she said. “Staying relevant means you don’t just communicate occasionally by email, you do things that almost feel like you’re close.”

As for all those plans she had in store? This time she is just going to wait and see.

“I’m a big fan of just setting expectations in my own mind to always err on the side of being pleasantly surprised,” she said, “rather than being disappointed.”

Your average day this year probably looks a little bit like David Knoff’s.

He drags himself out of bed around 7 a.m., looks at the weather, then sips a latte while planning his day. He makes his morning commute — a very short trip from where he sleeps to where he works — and catches up on emails for a few hours before attending online meetings.

Mealtimes are always the same, and the faces around the dinner table never change, except for the occasional extreme haircut or overgrown beard. To unwind, he might have some tea or a beer and reminisce about what life used to be like.

But there’s one key difference: Mr. Knoff lives in perhaps the most remote place on the planet — and his most exciting evening lately involved penguins.

Since November 2019, Mr. Knoff has led a team of 24 people at Davis Station, a permanent research outpost in Antarctica run by the Australian Antarctic Division. The yearly average high temperature there is around 19 degrees Fahrenheit, and during the darkest days of winter — typically from May to July — there are some weeks when there are zero hours of daylight.

“The darkness had more of an impact on mood and energy than many of us expected, for a few months during the depths of winter the sun barely made it above the horizon (or not at all),” Mr. Knoff, 35, wrote in an email.

To get through a bleak winter, Mr. Knoff said, it’s important to change with your surroundings and train yourself to learn to make the best of a tough situation. “It is surprising how well you adapt to your surroundings and conditions,” he said.

Not long ago, Mr. Knoff was unexpectedly marooned in a field hut for four nights with another expedition member after a blizzard got very bad, very fast, and their vehicle broke down. Stuck inside with nothing to do but wait out the storm, he caught up on a collection of 1970s literature left in the hut long ago. He also cooked and drank tea with his teammate.

“It was the longest I’d been without Wi-Fi in years,” he said. However, “in the end, it will end up being one of my fondest memories of my time here due to the truly unique situation of being that cut off from the rest of civilization yet strangely safe and warm with little to worry about other than the weather.”

Still, even a place as isolated as Antarctica hasn’t been entirely untouched by the pandemic. While the continent hasn’t confirmed a single case of the virus, Mr. Knoff and his team were forced to extend their stay by four months, which, he said, “brought with it multiple challenges and an emotional roller coaster.”

It “feels like we have just endured the toughest game of life we could have ever imagined, and then the game has been sent into overtime,” he said. The goal now is for everyone to “look inside themselves to dig out the motivation and resilience to make sure that as a team we make the most of the next few months and return safely to our friends and families back home,” he said.

And about that exciting recent evening: A huddle of Emperor penguins waddled onto the station’s beach while half of the team happened to be outside — a good reminder to take the good with the bad.

“Not every day can be sunshine and penguins,” Mr. Knoff wrote in an email. “You will have bad days/weeks/months, and the highs and lows will oscillate faster and higher as the months roll on, but stay focused on the positive and have a goal in sight.”

He added: “Although not entirely accurate during an Antarctica winter, the sun will always come up tomorrow!”

You’ve probably had a fight or two with your family or roommates during quarantine. But at least the house didn’t break out into warring factions.

That’s what happened in Biosphere 2, a fully enclosed, self-sustaining, three-acre ecosystem in Arizona in which eight people lived sealed off for exactly two years from September 1991 to September 1993, conducting one of history’s most ambitious — and weirdest — science experiments. Here’s an article about it from 1986 in The Times. (The first biosphere, in case you’re wondering, is the one you currently live in.)

Biosphere 2 had everything: pygmy goats, a fog desert, feral pigs, Japanese silky bantams, a tropical rainforest and … a lot of conflict, according to Jane Poynter, one of the eight people sealed inside.

“I wish I could tell you it was a happy success story,” said Ms. Poynter, laughing as she recalled those warring factions. Ms. Poynter, who designed and was responsible for Biosphere 2’s farm system during the mission, is now the founder and co-chief executive of a space tourism company called the Space Perspective.

“We broke into two factions of four and four,” she said. “It turns out eight is the worst number we could’ve chosen because you break into two factions of four that are very stable.”

Her theory of why tensions rose so high? “When you’re enclosed for a long period of time, you come face to face with yourself.”

A shared sense of mission brought the factions together to complete work that needed to be done, despite the awful tension and awkwardness, Ms. Poynter said. None of the eight thought of abandoning Biosphere 2, whose chief financial backer was a Texas oil billionaire, because they could see the importance of the bigger picture.

Fighting aside, Ms. Poynter noted another effect that affects anyone in long-term isolation, whether it’s an astronaut, a researcher in Antarctica, a biospherian or just an average citizen wondering when this will be over: the third-quarter phenomenon.

You’ve felt this before. You’re past the halfway point of something but nowhere near the end, and you start to drag. It’s the “decline in performance during the third quarter of missions in isolated, confined and extreme environments, regardless of actual mission duration,” according to a 2018 study published in the Journal of Human Performance in Extreme Environments.

That’s not to say we’re necessarily in the third quarter of the pandemic, but the recent promising news of vaccines has given us hope that the end may be in sight.

“We are all going to feel like we’ve had it up to here with this, and that’s normal,” Ms. Poynter said. “The only thing I can say is, be patient.”

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I Made A Ton Of Comfort Food Recipes This Year; Here Are My Absolute Favorites

I Made A Ton Of Comfort Food Recipes This Year; Here Are My Absolute Favorites


Whenever I think back on the year 2020, well… I think I’ll just try to forget about it entirely. 😑

But there were a handful of saving graces this past year, including comfort food. Here are the cozy, heart- and soul-warming recipes I made most often to get me through quarantine.

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‘I remember that first Thanksgiving, the empty chair’

Joe Biden


US President-elect Joe Biden has delivered a pre-Thanksgiving address, calling on Americans to unite in the fight against Covid-19.

“We’re at war with the virus, not with one another,” he said in Wilmington, Delaware, on Wednesday.

There have been more than 260,000 coronavirus deaths in the US.

Mr Biden, who has faced past family tragedies, also said he understood what it was like to spend the first Thanksgiving without a loved one.

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Inside the Efforts to Provide Mental Health Care to Families Separated at the U.S. Border

The Growing Danger of Political Violence Threatens to Destabilize America


When Mari and her teenage son, Jesus, were confronted by Border Patrol agents, they did not know they had already crossed the border from Mexico to the U.S. and were now on American soil. To this day, Mari—an asylum seeker from Guatemala—says she doesn’t know where they entered the U.S., only that the agents arrested them and drove them to a facility where dozens of other women were crying. It wasn’t until the agents took Jesus away from her that Mari understood why they were crying.

“Do you know that you are committing a crime?” Mari says an agent who worked at the facility asked her. “‘No,’ I told him, ‘I’m running away.’”

Mari recalls that the date was May 12, 2018, just five days after then-Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced publicly the implementation of “Zero Tolerance” policy, which resulted in the U.S. government separating more than 5,500 children from their parents at the southern border. The exact number of separated children remains unknown.

The agents told Mari she would be detained at the facility, while her under-age son would be sent to a shelter. They told her they didn’t know when she would see him again. Inside of detention, surrounded by dozens of other women in tears, Mari began to weep. “There wasn’t a single woman who wasn’t crying,” she says in Spanish. “They took our children. When you don’t have your children, when your children are taken, it feels like dying.”

Mari, a 48-year-old mother of five, says she fled Guatemala in 2018 to get away from her abusive husband. She took Jesus, her youngest child, and planned to join her daughter, who had arrived in the U.S. more than a decade earlier. Mari has since been reunited with her son and they are both living with her daughter in Santa Ana, California. Her three other grown children remain in Guatemala.

Mari spoke to TIME under the condition that TIME only publish her first name, for fear of being located by her husband. Her son’s name Jesus is a pseudonym for the same reason.

Mari and Jesus experienced severe trauma from their experience of being separated and detained without knowing when or if they would ever be reunited. Though their family is together again, mental health experts say the trauma of family separation may linger for a lifetime. They are now among over 230 families to request free mental health care as a result of a court order that requires the government to pay for it.

Connecting families to mental health services

In November 2019, a court ordered the U.S. government to cover the cost of mental health care until January 2021 for any families who experienced separation at the U.S.-Mexico border. The court order came after three immigrant mothers who experienced separation sued the federal government in 2018 on behalf of all separated parents to ask the government to pay for mental health services. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, that deadline was pushed back to June 2021. Now organizations are working to connect families to these services.

In March of this year, Seneca Family of Agencies, a nonprofit organization based in California, was awarded a $14.5 million contract by the government to begin providing free mental health services to the families who experienced separation. Through a program titled Todo Por Mi Familia (All For My Family), Seneca collaborates with several other nonprofit organizations to locate families who could benefit from the court order. Some of those, like the ACLU, Al Otro Lado, Catholic Legal Immigration Network and Kids in Need of Defense, provide legal assistance, while others like Justice in Motion are assisting with the search for parents.

“We had all the data, we knew all the information, we knew the ramifications of separating these families, and yet these actions were done,” says Cheryl Aguilar, founder and lead therapist at the Hope Center for Wellness in Washington, D.C., who has provided therapy for families who experienced separation. “We know that once trauma occurs, there’s a mark for a very long time, if not for the rest of your life. That’s what has been done to these kids and these families. The damage is done.”

Read more: President Trump Won’t Say How 545 Migrant Children Still Separated From Their Parents Will Be Reunited

Paige Chan, the director of Seneca in southern California, says it was clear from the start that her organization would be faced with three primary logistical challenges. The first is finding the parents and children in the first place, she says. The U.S. government often did not keep proper contact information for the parents when they were separated from their children. Roughly 545 parents have still not been located by parties involved with the search. (NBC News reports that the number is higher, with 666 parents remaining at-large). In some cases, parents and children choose not to be reunited in-person, depending on their individual immigration cases. Some parents who have been deported without their children, for example, choose to allow their children remain in the U.S. and pursue a claim for asylum.

The second challenge, Chan says, is building trust with the families, many of whom do not want to be found or contacted by anyone perceived to be associated with the government given their experience of family separation and for fear of being deported. Seneca must also assure families that the services provided are confidential and anything they say to a therapist will not be shared with government officials. Cultural stigmas about mental health care can also create additional barriers to recovery.

Third, and last, Chan says, Seneca must build a network of mental health care providers who can provide culturally sensitive therapy in the right language, either in Spanish or in indigenous languages. The therapist could ideally be able to help address the trauma of separation, along with the trauma of the migration journey to the U.S. and whatever pushed the person to flee their country in the first place. The organization is currently working with 230 providers nationwide.

“While we can never fully undo the damage done by the separations, we can begin to heal the wounds of these families and bring them back together,” says Ken Berrick, Seneca CEO.

Impact of COVID-19

Each of those challenges were made worse in March 2020, shortly after the organization finalized their outreach plan, when cases of COVID-19 began to surge in the U.S. “The world was turned upside down and we had to dramatically adjust all the work that we were doing,” Chan says. Work that would previously have been done in person in the states with the highest amount of reunified families to build trust within communities would have to turn remote.

Instead of locating families through community programs and going door-to-door to speak to people in person, the Seneca outreach coordinators would have to try and build trust through a phone call.

“This is already a population or a demographic that’s going to be really skeptical of strangers calling them for several reasons,” says Johanna Navarro-Perez, program director at Todo Por Mi Familia. “They are perhaps fleeing something in their home country that was challenging or dangerous, and then in this country, at the hands of the government, experienced another sort of intentional trauma… So making that call, being that outreach coordinator, that’s a really tenuous call that you have to be extremely careful and thoughtful about. It’s hard to connect with folks and to be disarming over the phone.”

One of those people making calls is Karina Acosta an outreach coordinator at Todo Por Mi Familia. Through contact information provided by lawyers and other nonprofit organizations who are locating the families, Karina makes the phone call and introduces herself. “Nadamas le quería avisar de los servicios que estamos ofreciendo a las familias que fueron detenidas y separadas en la frontera,” she tells them in Spanish, I just want to let you know about the services we’re offering to families who were detained and separated at the border.

Depending on how the person responds, Acosta might try to engage them with questions about if their children’s behavior has changed, or share general anecdotes about how other families have benefited from mental health services.

Irreparable damage

According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, which has long spoken out against family separation and child detention, the experience can case irreparable damage to a child’s developing brain, which could lead to both short-term and long-term health impacts. “Even if the family separation did not occur because of the parent—in this case the Administration ripped families apart—a child whose brain hasn’t fully developed and who is not able to make sense of this experience may interpret that information as ‘I was abandoned,’” says Aguilar, who is among the 230 mental health care providers working in partnership with Seneca.

Aguilar says that her experience working with immigrants specifically, plus understanding what happens to a child psychologically when they are removed from a caregiver helps inform the treatment she provides. “When a family separation occurs and that attachment is disrupted, what happens when families are reunified is that the families need to be able to have the tools to healthily and happily come back together,” Aguilar says.

In many cases, people do want to talk and are ready to and eager to speak to a therapist. Most have accepted Seneca’s offer of free mental health services. But outreach coordinators do find themselves up against cultural stigmas and misunderstandings of mental health care.

Cultural stigmas

There are also some families who don’t want to take up the services, or remain skeptical even after speaking with an outreach coordinator. Acosta says she doesn’t pressure families who turn down mental health services—according to court documents 176 families declined services as of November 2020—but she does try to inform families of what mental health services are and that the resource is available until June 2021 if they change their mind.

For Mari, accepting mental health services provided by Seneca was easy once she was made aware of what mental health really means, she says. In her household growing up in Guatemala, she says crying was seen as weakness, and could be met with a spanking. But her understanding of therapy changed once she began treatment after being connected with Seneca.

More than two years after Mari and Jesus were separated, Mari can recall how she felt panicked, confused and devastated by the separation. Jesus was 15 when they were separated, which lasted a few weeks. During that time they only spoke on the phone twice, both times in tears. When they finally were reunited, they found it a challenge to speak to each other. Now with the help of a therapist, Mari says, Jesus has started to talk to her more and go outside.

“I feel like he’s getting better,” she says. “Sometimes, I’d watch him and he’d start crying. I’d ask him why but he wouldn’t tell me. Like he didn’t want to express himself. But the therapist has worked with him, and I see the changes he’s been able to make…I can see that he’s overcoming everything that we have lived.”

Mari says she too has benefited from therapy. Her therapist has been able to help her address the separation as well as years of domestic abuse. Mari now uses breathing techniques when she feels sad or overwhelmed, finds it easier to talk about family separation and says she now feels strong after years of internalizing insults from her abuser.

“I believed him when he said I was trash. I thought I was trash, and after everything I experienced on the way, everything that happened to me, I believed it and I had bad self esteem,” Mari says. “But I succeeded. I was done, done, done with abuse, I was tired, and I couldn’t take it any more, so I made the journey, and that’s why my therapist tells me I’m very strong.”

Write to Jasmine Aguilera at jasmine.aguilera@time.com.

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300+ Black Friday sales you can shop right now

300+ Black Friday sales you can shop right now


(CNN) —  

It’s not quite Black Friday yet, but deals upon deals are already here. For those who prefer to be proactive about Black Friday shopping, we’ve rounded up a comprehensive list of the best early sales out there that you can shop all week long.

To optimize your shopping strategy, we’ve listed brands and retailers alphabetically and grouped all the sales by category. Don’t forget to check back often; we’ll be updating this post in the days leading up to Friday so you can snag the best prices on whatever you need before the big day.

  • Amazon: Early Black Friday deals have arrived at Amazon, with savings on everything from top electronics and small kitchen appliances to loungewear and other cozy holiday must-haves.
  • Bed Bath & Beyond: In addition to early deals live now, shoppers can take 20% off their entire online purchase from Thursday, November 26, through Saturday, November 28.
  • Best Buy: Select Black Friday deals on all the tech and appliances you need are available now.
  • eBay: Tech, apparel and more is on sale at eBay for Black Friday this year.
  • Etsy: Etsy’s Cyber Week sale begins for everyone on November 25, where participating sellers will be offering discounts of up to 60% off across all categories.
  • Kohl’s: There are thousands of deals in-store and online all week long leading up to Black Friday, including 15% off and $15 Kohl’s Cash for every $50 spent on all purchases.
  • Lowe’s: The “Home for the Holidays” Season of Savings Event is on, with tons of deals on holiday decor and everything else your house might need.
  • Macy’s: Thousands of apparel and home items are marked down for Black Friday.
  • Nordstrom: More than a thousand styles from top designers are up to 50% off.
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  • Sam’s Club: The 10 Days of Thanks-Savings sale has begun at Sam’s Club, where you’ll find discounts across all product categories.
  • Sears: Shop hundreds of Black Friday doorbuster deals on big-ticket items like appliances, TVs and more.
  • Staples: Save on all the supplies you need for the office, including desk chairs, printers, ink, computers and more.
  • Target: Target has been releasing new Black Friday deals every week all month long, and this week is no different: You’ll find big discounts on everything from electronics to home goods to apparel.
  • The Home Depot: Save big on appliances, holiday decor and other home improvement needs.
  • Walmart: The mega-retailer’s final pre-Black Friday deals drop is set for November 25, but you can still preview the savings and find other deals available now.
  • Wayfair: Find discounts up to 80% off on furniture and decor for every room inside (and outside) your house.

  • 23andMe: The Health + Ancestry Service is available for $99 — $100 off its usual price — while the Ancestry + Traits Service is down to $79.
  • Ace Hardware: Save on Traeger grills, tools and more at Ace Hardware’s sale.
  • Aerogarden: Save over 50% on the Aerogarden Harvest Slim with Gourmet Herbs Seed Pod Kit now at Macy’s.
  • AJ Madison: More than 1,000 appliances are up to 50% off.
  • AllModern: The Black Friday Presale is on with up to 50% off a variety of furniture and decor.
  • Amerisleep: Score a new mattress with 30% off sitewide, plus two free pillows included with your order, using code BF30.
  • Apt2B: Take up to 35% off furniture and decor storewide. The more you buy, the more you’ll save.
  • Arhaus: Get up to 60% off select furniture decor, 40% off faux fur pillows and blankets, 40% off holiday decor and 30% off jewelry. Plus, you can save $400 on the Snugg Chair.
  • Atlas Coffee Club: Save up to $55 on gift coffee subscriptions from Atlas Coffee Club.
  • Away: Bundle and save with the Journey Set from Away. It includes the Expandable Bigger Carry-On, the Weekender and the Insider Packing Cubes all for $125 off.
  • BBQGuys: Find Black Friday savings on grills, outdoor storage, spice rubs and more.
  • Bear Mattress: Get 20% off, plus a gift set worth $250 that includes free cloud pillows and a free sheet set.
  • BioBidet: Add a bidet to your toilet for less with 33% off at BioBidet’s Holiday Sale.
  • Birch Lane: Snag early access to Black Friday deals on all the furniture and decor your home needs.
  • Blue Bottle: Save $31 on Blue Bottle’s Sampler Subscription or get $5 off your first subscription order with this exclusive link through December 1.
  • Boll & Branch: Use code CYBERWEEK to get 25% off orders of $150 or more.
  • Branch Furniture: Save up to 25% on the Work From Home Collection.
  • Brava: Save up to $300 on countertop ovens from Brava.
  • Brooklyn Bedding: Snag a new mattress, plus bedding, with 25% off sitewide and 50% off sheets.
  • Brookstone: Endless gadgets and gizmos are on sale at Brookstone, where you can get some toys for the kids or a massager for yourself.
  • Buffy: Save 20% on all products, no code needed, at Buffy’s Black Friday Early Access sale.
  • Burrow: Use code DEALS to get up to $500 off this smart, stylish furniture brand.
  • Casper: Snag 30% off bundles, 15% off mattresses and 10% off pillows, bedding and more at Casper’s Black Friday Sale.
  • Chewy: Find holiday savings on everything your furry friends need.
  • Corkcicle: Take 25% off your entire order from the popular drinkware brand.
  • Crane & Canopy: Use code YAY20 to save 20% on everything, including sheets, comforters and other bedding essentials.
  • Cricut: Crafters should take advantage of these deals on the Cricut Joy, Explore Air 2 and Maker.
  • Dermstore: Save up to 30% on over 200 must-have brands and earn 2x Dermstore Rewards points on select top brands with code SHARETHELOVE.
  • Dropps: Get 30% off on laundry detergent and other cleaning products with code GIVETHANKS.
  • Dr. Scholl’s: Get up to 40% off, plus free shipping, with code DRSFRIYAY now through November 29.
  • Dyson: Several stick vacs and hair tools are seeing special prices, as is the Dyson Lightcycle.
  • Echelon: Get the Echelon Connect EX-1LE for $200 off now.
  • Ecobee: Save on home security, smart thermostats and more.
  • Eight Sleep: Sleep soundly and save $500 on the Pod, the Pod Pro or the Pod Pro Max and get 20% off accessories.
  • Erin Condren: Take 30% off everything, including cute personalized planners, notebooks and other desk accessories.
  • EyeBuyDirect: Buy one pair of glasses, get another free with code FRIDAY.
  • Felix Gray: Use code DIGIN to get 15% off blue-light-blocking glasses sitewide.
  • FlexiSpot: There are tons of sales so you can optimize your work-from-home space, including $100 off two standing desks.
  • Floyd: Save on modern, modular furniture with code CYBR20.
  • GlassesUSA: Take 65% off frames with code BLACK65.
  • Godiva: Take 25% off select delectable treats from the chocolatier.
  • Gravel: Take up to 40% everything, plus get free shipping, at the travel brand’s biggest sale of the year.
  • Gravity Blankets: Take 20% off weighted blankets and more sitewide with code HOLIDAY2020.
  • Green Chef: Use code GCBF90 for $90 off the meal kit service, including free shipping.
  • Helix Sleep: Save up to $200 on a mattress, plus get two free Dream pillows.
  • HelloFresh: Get $90 off this popular meal kit, plus free shipping, with code HFBF90.
  • Houzz: Take up to 75% off everything you need for the home at this sitewide sale.
  • Instant Pot: Get $50 off the Instant Pot Duo Evo Plus, the Instant Pot Duo Crisp and the Instant Pot Duo Nova.
  • iRobot: Save up to $200 on select Roomba robot vacuums, $100 on select Braava robot mops and up to $380 on bundles.
  • Joss & Main: Stylish furniture, decor and more is up to 50% off.
  • Keurig: Take 30% off all brewers, including the brand-new K-Supreme and K-Supreme Plus.
  • Kirkland’s Home: Furniture, decor and tons of holiday decorations are marked down for Black Friday, plus take 20% off any individual Christmas item with code CHRISTMAS20 and 20% off “buy online, pick up in-store” orders with code PICKUP.
  • Lamps Plus: Take up to 50% off lighting off all kinds at the store’s Holiday Sale.
  • Larq: The self-cleaning water bottle is hosting a sale where you can buy one, get 20% off; buy two, get 30% off; and buy three or more and get 35% off.
  • Layla Sleep: Save up to $200 on mattresses and get up to $300 in free accessories with sitewide savings.
  • La-Z-Boy: Everything is up to 30% off at the furniture retailer.
  • Leesa: Save up to $500 on mattresses, plus score two free pillows.
  • Lovesac: Take up to 30% off Sacs and Sac bundles, 25% off Sacs and 20% off accessories.
  • Made In: Save up to 30% on the cookware brand’s high-quality pots, pans and kitchen tools.
  • Mattress Firm: Save an extra 20% off with code SECRET for 36 hours only.
  • Minted: Enjoy 20% off holiday cards, gifts, fine art and greeting card orders $150 or more and 15% off all other orders with code BF2020, plus 25% off wedding “save the dates” with code BFWED20.
  • My Sheets Rock: Use code GOWILD to score 20% off all sheets.
  • Nest Bedding: Upgrade your sleeping situation with 25% off sitewide with the code HIBERNATE.
  • Ninja: Shop daily deals on Ninja’s blenders and kitchen essentials, or score 15% off any order of $100 or more with code DEAL15.
  • Nutribullet: Use code GETGIFTING to receive 25% off sitewide and snag a blender for less.
  • Ollie: Get 60% off your first box of healthy, customized dog food with this early access deal.
  • Omigo: Use code BIGDEALx025 to save 25% sitewide and get a discounted bidet.
  • Ooni: Score 20% off everything, including all Ooni pizza ovens and accessories.
  • Our Place: Get the bestselling Always Pan for under $100 with code SUPERSALE, plus discounts on dinnerware and glassware.
  • Oxo: Take 20% off must-have bakeware for the season.
  • Paint Your Life: Use code NOV60 to get $60 off your own custom-painted portrait.
  • Parachute: Save 20% off sitewide on bedding, bath and home essentials, no code necessary.
  • Peet’s Coffee: Sip on 20% savings sitewide with code BESTWEEKEVER.
  • Petco: Stock up on stuff for furry friends with deals on food and holiday toys and outfits, with additional savings when you buy online and pick up in-store.
  • PetSmart: Spend $50 or more on your four-legged companions and get a $10 bonus card to use later.
  • Pretty Litter: Get 20% off the health monitoring cat litter and a free toy with code HAPPY20.
  • Proclamation Goods Co.: Home to the beloved multipurpose pan the Proclamation Duo, the site is offering a $50 discount that you can either save for yourself, split or donate with the nonprofit Studio ATAO.
  • Raymour & Flanigan: Save up to 20% sitewide on all your home’s furniture needs.
  • Relax the Back: Treat your achy back to deals on seating, mattresses, pillows and everything else you need to support your spine.
  • Rifle Paper Co.: Save 30% sitewide with code HOLIDAY30 now through December 1.
  • Riley Home: Luxury home essentials are already marked down and you can score an extra 10% off with code LastChance10.
  • Roborock: Get up to $240 off robot vacuums at Roborock.
  • Saatchi: Refresh your home with some new art with 15% off originals of $1,500 or more with code HOLIDAY15, 10% off originals of $500 or more with code HOLIDAY10 and 20% off limited editions of $150 or more with code LIMITED2020.
  • Saatva: Underscored readers can exclusively take $225 off mattress orders of $1,000 or more.
  • Serena & Lily: Use code TOGETHER to save 20% off most items.
  • Shark: Check out daily deals on Shark’s vacuums and cleaning products, or get 15% off any order of $100 or more with code DEAL15.
  • Shutterfly: Take up to 50% off photo books, stationery and more, plus an extra 20% off with code EXTRA20.
  • Simplehuman: Some of Simplehuman’s top-selling products are up to 25% off, including trash cans and soap pumps.
  • Smile Direct Club: Right now Smile Direct Club is offering buy one, get one free deals on an electric toothbrush and a whitening toothpaste. Plus, you can save $20 on its Enbrightenment Kit.
  • Snowe: Snag 20% off on orders of $100 or more and get free shipping on comforters, sheets, robes and more at Snowe.
  • Society6: Take 50% off wall art; 40% off home decor, bedding and bath; and 30% off everything else.
  • StoryWorth: Take $10 off a perfect keepsake holiday gift during the Giving Thanks Sale.
  • S’well: Get 25% off sitewide with code HOLIDAY20 and score a new water bottle for less.
  • Tineco: Save on several stick vac models at Walmart, with prices starting at just $139.
  • The Company Store: Take 20% off the entire site of home goods using code BLKFRIDAY20.
  • The Container Store: Get 25% off any single item for Pop! loyalty program members.
  • The Honest Company: Score 30% off almost everything with code BRIGHT30.
  • Theragun: Take up to $150 off Theragun devices, or buy one TheraOne product and get another for free.
  • Touchland: All of the Touchland KUB Smart Hand Sanitizer Dispensers are 15% off now through November 30.
  • Tuft & Needle: Save on bedding, furniture, mattresses and more with 10% off sitewide.
  • Tushy: Get the Tushy Classic and Tushy Spa bidets for 15% off when you use code BROWN15.
  • W&P: Take 25% off the brand’s smart, sleek drinkware, food storage and more.
  • Vaya: Take $300 off any mattress with code BF300.
  • Zenni Optical: Get up to 75% off eyewear with code BM2020.

  • 7 for All Mankind: Use code FAM40 to save 40% storewide.
  • Adidas: Save up to 50% on thousands of shoes and apparel items for the whole family, including favorites like Stan Smith and Ultraboost.
  • Aerosoles: All boots are up to 50% off.
  • Aldo: All regular-price styles are 20% off, with select styles (and all sale items) seeing a 50% discount.
  • Alo Yoga: Take up to 70% off stylish activewear with code EARLYACCESS20.
  • Anthropologie: Take an extra 30% off thousands of boho-cool sale items from the retailer.
  • Arc’teryx: Through November 30, use code INTONATURE to save 25% on high-tech outdoor apparel from Arc’teryx.
  • Asos: Get up to 50% off over 1,000 items for both men and women from Asos.
  • Aurate: Take up to 25% off at the jewelry brand’s sitewide sale.
  • Backcountry: Discover major savings on top outdoor brands like The North Face, Patagonia, Prana and more.
  • Baggu: Bag some new bags, totes, purses and more (including some great reusable face masks) with 25% off sitewide.
  • Banana Republic: Everything on the site is 50% off, no promo code needed.
  • Bandier: Save 30% on nearly everything at Bandier.
  • BareMinerals: All the brand’s makeup is 25% off with code FAVEFRIDAY.
  • Benefit: Use code FRIYAY to score 25% off everything.
  • BHLDN: Over 400 wedding dresses, bridesmaid dresses and more are on sale now at BHLDN.
  • Biossance: Score new skin care with 30% off sitewide.
  • Black Diamond: Select climbing, skiing, hiking and camping equipment is on sale for 25% off.
  • Bliss: Take 30% off all your bath, body and skin care needs.
  • Boden: All the brand’s chic womenswear is 30% off.
  • Bombas: Everything at the internet’s favorite sock company is 20% off with code CHEER20.
  • Bonobos: Snag 30% off select menswear at Bonobos’ stylish Black Friday sale. Use code FRIDAYWEEK to save on everything from chinos and button-downs to sweaters and face masks.
  • Captain Blankenship: Use code SHINEBRIGHT30 to score 30% off the sustainable, all-natural hair and body brand.
  • Carbon38: Save 30% off sitewide and an extra 30% off daily drops, plus get free shipping, with code THX30.
  • Carhartt: Special-edition fleece-lined sweatshirts are just $25 off.
  • Carter’s: Shop for babies and kids’ clothes with up to 60% off the entire site.
  • Champion: Save up to 50% sitewide on comfy loungewear and activewear, plus you’ll score additional savings when you spend over $100.
  • Chico’s: Take 40% off your entire purchase.
  • Chinese Laundry: Snag new shoes for less with 30% off sitewide using code HOLIDAY.
  • Ciaté London: Save 30% on everything now through November 30.
  • Cole Haan: Score 50% off almost everything, including men’s and women’s styles.
  • ColourPop: The makeup brand is offering 30% off sitewide, no code necessary.
  • Columbia: Members get early access to 50% off doorbusters.
  • Converse: Take an extra 25% off more than 500 classic sneakers at the Cyber Week Preview with code CYBERWEEK.
  • Crocs: Save up to 50% on select styles.
  • Dagne Dover: Get a new bag and save 20% sitewide at Dagne Dover.
  • Design Within Reach: Score 15% off sitewide through December 1.
  • Dick’s Sporting Goods: Take 25% off select Nike, Adidas, Champion, NFL and NCAA products; take 30% off The North Face; and score savings on much more across the site.
  • Dollar Shave Club: Save on the brand’s bundles, featuring products for all your grooming needs, for up to 35% off.
  • Eastbay: Take 20% off your entire order from the sporty retailer with code GET20.
  • Eddie Bauer: Get outdoorsy with 50% off your entire purchase.
  • Eileen Fisher: Get an extra 50% off sale items now through December 2.
  • Eloquii: Plus-size styles are 50% off, not to mention you’ll get an extra 10% off when you spend $99 or more.
  • Fabletics: When you sign up for the flexible membership program, every item is 70% off.
  • Faherty Brand: Shop the 7 Days of Sun Sale for deals on a new category of clothing every day this week.
  • Fekkai: Get new hair products for 25% off on orders over $50.
  • Figleaves: The lingerie and swimwear brand has multiple sales, including up to 70% off select items, 40% off swimwear, three-for-two panties and two bras for $50.
  • First Aid Beauty: When you purchase a FAB Faves product, which includes a body scrub, face cleanser and more, you automatically get a free gift valued up to $17.
  • Forever 21: Take 20% off sitewide with code PREBF20.
  • Fossil: Almost everything is 40% off with code SNOWGOOD, with gen-five smartwatches starting at $149.
  • Frame: Take 25% off sitewide on chic apparel and accessories.
  • Franco Sarto: Score 40% off everything, plus get free shipping, with code FRANCOFRIDAY.
  • Frederick’s of Hollywood: Lingerie from the brand is 60% off.
  • Frye: Take up to 50% off sitewide with special pricing on select styles for one day only all week long.
  • Gap: Everything at the brand is 40% off with code WARMUP.
  • Good American: Get 25% off the whole site until November 29.
  • Gorjana: The jewelry site is hosting a tiered sale: Spend $125 and save $25, spend $200 and save $50, or spend $350 and save $100.
  • Greats: Snag 25% off all orders of $75 or more with code CYBERWEEK.
  • Hugo Boss: Classy attire for men and women is 40% off at the brand’s Private Sale.
  • Hunter: Save 25% off five different women’s back-adjustable boot styles today, and keep checking back every day for more deals.
  • H&M: Members can get early access to 30% off everything.
  • Jachs NY: Save 75% on menswear sitewide.
  • JackRabbit: Get ready to run this holiday season with sales on apparel, shoes and accessories at Jackrabbit.
  • Joe’s Jeans: Save 30% on jeans when you use code SHOPBF.
  • Josie Maran: Use code SAVE25 to get 25% off everything on the site, excluding sale items, sets and kits.
  • Jos. A. Bank: Save on men’s apparel with deals every day this week.
  • Kate Spade: Use code GIVEJOY to take 50% off select styles at the 9 Days of Joy event. Plus, you can get 75% off over 600 items at the brand’s Surprise sale.
  • Keds: Kick up your heels with 30% off full-price styles and an extra 10% off sale.
  • Kendra Scott: Save 30% on most items, and get 25% off on fine jewelry and sterling silver collections now through November 30.
  • Kérastase: Score top-notch hair products with 20% off sitewide, plus a deluxe free mini, with code HOLFF20.
  • Kiehl’s: Snag 25% off all purchases in-store and online, plus get a complimentary full-size gift with purchase of $125 or more. All you have to do is use the code CYBER.
  • Kipling: You can take an extra 50% off select sale styles, save 70% on Parker Luggage and browse through other Black Friday Deals, such as the Paola Backpack, which is marked down $50.
  • La Sportiva: Stock up for your outdoor adventures with 30% to 70% off apparel at La Sportiva with code GIVETHANKS20.
  • Lands’ End: Take up to 60% off your order with code PUMPKIN.
  • Levi’s: Shop Levi’s Indigo Friday for 40% off sitewide and free shipping when you use code BLUESTREAK.
  • Life Is Good: You’ll get a free special-edition tee with orders over $99 when you use code HOLIYAY.
  • Lucky Brand: Everything sitewide is 50% off except for shoes and handbags, which are 30% off.
  • Lululemon: Shop all your activewear must-haves from loungers’ and fitness fanatics’ favorite brand.
  • Madewell: Loyalty program members can take up to 50% off bestsellers and 30% off their purchase.
  • Marmot: Save 30% sitewide and 50% to 60% on sale items. And make sure to check back every day, as the brand will be posting Mystery Deals of the Day.
  • Mejuri: Shop fine jewelry for less at Mejuri and get 10% off when you buy one item, 15% off when you buy two and 20% off when you buy three.
  • Men’s Wearhouse: Guys will find tons of deals on suits, sport coats, shirts and more.
  • Merrell: Shop deals on winter boots, plus get up to 40% off sale styles.
  • Michael Kors: Right now you can save 25% on full-price items and 60% on sale styles.
  • Modcloth: Take 30% off regular-price styles and an additional 40% off sale items.
  • Moosejaw: Take up to 30% off select styles or opt for 20% off a single item.
  • Mountain Hardwear: Select styles, including warm puffer jackets, are up to 50% off.
  • Mytheresa: Score an extra 30% off all sale items today through November 30.
  • M. Gemi: Save up to 70% sitewide now through November 30.
  • Naadam: The brand’s sustainable cashmere is 40% off with code BLACKFRI40.
  • Naturalizer: Get 40% off, plus free shipping, now through November 30.
  • Nautica: Apparel for the whole family is 50% to 70% off.
  • New Balance: Take 25% off sneakers, activewear and more.
  • New York & Co.: Everything is between 50% and 80% off, no exclusions, at New York & Co.
  • Nike: Get up to 50% off new sale styles at Nike’s Pre-Black Friday Sale.
  • Nisolo: Take 20% off ethically made styles with code HOLIDAY20.
  • Nordstrom Rack: There are plenty of deals to shop, organized by category such as cold-weather gear for him and her. Plus, you can save on brands such as Adidas, Nike and Ugg.
  • NYDJ: Save 40% sitewide when you use code YAY.
  • Oakley: Take up to 50% off sunglasses, apparel, accessories and more.
  • Old Navy: Everything is 40% off at the Big Friday Sale.
  • Original Penguin: Snag up to 50% off styles for guys at the Black Friday Preview.
  • OshKosh B’gosh: Take up to 60% off clothes for the kids.
  • Osprey: Backpacks are up to 50% off at the Holiday Sale.
  • Outdoor Voices: Trendy activewear and sets are marked down at the pre-Black Friday sale.
  • PacSun: Take 40% off sitewide to save on new graphic tees, jeans and more.
  • Paravel: Use code ALMOSTTHERE25 to save 25% sitewide.
  • Perry Ellis: Guys can restock their wardrobe with up to 70% off sitewide.
  • Prana: Score 30% off select styles and get free shipping now through December 1.
  • Puma: Save between 30% and 50% on over 800 styles at Puma.
  • Quay: Buy one, get one free on sunglasses and blue-light glasses now through November 29.
  • Rag & Bone: Menswear and womenswear have select styles that are 25% off at Rag & Bone.
  • Ray-Ban: Take up to 50% off a new pair of glasses with code CYBERWEEK2020.
  • Rhone: Take 30% off styles for guys now.
  • Rockport: Save up to 60% on everything, no code needed, at The Black Friday Event.
  • Saks Off Fifth: Snag designer styles for up to 85% off at the department store outlet.
  • Salomon: Snag 25% off shoes, apparel and gear now through December 4.
  • Sephora: Get up to 50% off hundreds of beauty items at Sephora. Be sure to check back every day, as the items on sale will change.
  • Skechers: Take 30% off the brand’s shoes at the Countdown to Black Friday Sale with code PRESENT.
  • Smoko: Adorable accessories from the brand are all 25% off.
  • Soko Glam: Take 30% off all your K-beauty favorites with code BRIGHT30.
  • Sorel: Score up to 40% off almost everything, and get 50% off the Emelie Lace on November 25 only.
  • Spanx: Bras, shapewear, tights, loungewear and more from Spanx is 20% off at this sitewide sale.
  • Sperry: All slippers are just under $50, plus save an extra 30% off already reduced styles.
  • State Cashmere: Take 35% off sitewide with code THX2020.
  • Stila Cosmetics: Get 30% off sitewide when you spend $50 or more, plus you can get an extra 20% off sale items with code STILABF.
  • Sundays: Save 20% sitewide on nontoxic nail polish and nail care.
  • Sunglass Hut: Select shades styles are up to 50% off for Cyber Week.
  • Tarte Cosmetics: Add to your makeup drawer with 30% off sitewide, plus 50% off the top holiday steals.
  • Ted Baker: Save up to 50% on nearly everything. Shop new styles for both men and women.
  • Ten Thousand: The men’s activewear brand is taking $20 off when you buy two pairs of shorts or shorts and a shirt, and $40 off any three pairs of shorts or three shirts.
  • The Body Shop: Save 30% sitewide at The Body Shop and stock up on all your face, body, makeup and hair essentials. Plus, for select gift sets, you can buy one and get another for 50% off.
  • The Honest Company: Get 30% off almost everything when you use the code BRIGHT30, and get 40% off your first Diapers and Wipes Subscription with code THANKS40.
  • The North Face: Take 30% off select styles, including all the jackets and coats you’ll need for winter.
  • The Sak: Score a new sack from The Sak, where all stylish purses, bags and other accessories are 40% off.
  • Third Love: The more you spend on these internet-favorite bras, the more you’ll save. Plus, you’ll get free underwear with purchases over $100.
  • Tie Bar: Right now, if you spend $70 or more, you can get a free holiday-themed face mask with code SAFESTYLE.
  • Timbuk2: Nab a bag for less with up to 50% off Timbuk2 right now.
  • Tommy John: Stock up on underwear with 25% off sitewide at Tommy John.
  • Toms: Snag new shoes with up to 60% off select styles, plus 35% off your entire purchase, with code THANKFUL.
  • Tory Burch: Save 30% on full-price styles and 60% on sale items now through November 30.
  • Ulta: Shop all things beauty at Ulta’s Black Friday sale, with deals on everything from makeup to hair tools to skin care.
  • Under Armour: Activewear for both men and women is on sale now at Woot!’s Under Armour sale. Save big on jackets, polos, leggings and more.
  • Uniqlo: Uniqlo’s sale is in full swing, where you can save on ultra-light down coats, Heattech and more.
  • United by Blue: The sustainable outdoor brand is offering up to 50% off everything, including cozy sweaters and flannels, bags, face masks and more.
  • Universal Standard: Universal Standard is launching 50 outfits at up to 50% off now through November 29.
  • Urban Decay: Take 50% off the ever-popular Naked Reloaded eye shadow palette, plus get 25% off your order with code UDFRIENDS25.
  • Urban Outfitters: Right now you can mix and match any item on the site to buy one, get one 50% off. Heads up, the discount is marked on the lowest-priced item.
  • Vincero Watches: Take home a new timepiece with 15% off sitewide, but you can snag up to 25% off if you spend more than $300.
  • Vineyard Vines: Score 30% off sitewide with code FRIDAY.
  • Volcom: Nab 30% off sitewide, plus get 20% off when you spend $50 or more on gift cards and a free face mask with orders of $99 or more.
  • White House Black Market: Get 40% off your entire purchase with code 47614.
  • Yummie: Take 30% off for Cyber Week with code YUMMIECYBERWEEK.
  • Zappos: Plenty of shoes are on sale at Zappos, and every day the brand will be posting Daily Deals that start at 50% off.

  • Adorama: Get your tech fix with up to 60% off photography, lighting, computers and gaming, audio and instruments, drones, home electronics, wearables and more.
  • Anker: Save on all your charging needs with discounted charging pads, cords, power banks and adapters from Anker at Amazon.
  • Arlo: Save on smart home security with products starting as low as $99.
  • B&H Photo Video: The technology superstore is hosting daily deals on items from DSLRs and lenses to AirPods Pro and laptops. Check back frequently, as the store will be swapping out deals frequently.
  • Babbel: Get 55% off a 12-month subscription, 45% off a six-month subscription or 35% off a three-month subscription.
  • Bandolier: The more you spend on top crossbody phone case styles at the retailers, the more you’ll save all week long.
  • Beats: On November 25, you can score the Powerbeats for $99 and the Solo 3 Wireless headphones for just $119 at Walmart.
  • BioLite: Save 25% on lighting, headlamps and other outdoor gear at BioLite.
  • Bose: Get up to 50% off on Bose’s audio products, such as headphones, speakers, soundbars and more.
  • Canon: Up your photography game with discounts on cameras and lenses from Canon.
  • Casetify: Get up to 30% off with sitewide savings at the phone case brand.
  • Decluttr: Snag refurbished tech for even less with deals on smartphones, tablets, computers, wearables and more.
  • Dell: Save on hundreds of tech essentials, from laptops and PCs to monitors and accessories.
  • Echo: Amazon Echo devices are deeply discounted, including the fourth-generation Echo Dot, the Echo Show and more.
  • Embr: Snag an Embr Wave Bracelet, which helps you feel warm or cool, for $70 off.
  • Epson: Save up to 50% on a handful of projectors and printers now at Epson.
  • Fitbit: A few Fitbits are on sale at Amazon, with discounts hovering around 30% off.
  • Garmin: Save hundreds of dollars on Garmin smartwatches now through November 30.
  • HP: Save 60% on select tech, including laptops and desktop computers.
  • JBL: Take 10% to 60% off portable speakers, headphones and more.
  • Lenovo: Shop doorbuster deals on laptops, computers, monitors, gaming and much more.
  • LG: Save on vacuums, washers and dryers, and even OLED TVs, on November 25.
  • Lorex: Save up to 50% on home security solutions, including cameras and lights, with Lorex’s sitewide sale. Plus, you can get 25% off nonpromotional items with code BF2020.
  • Microsoft: Save on the Surface Book 3, Surface Laptop 3, Surface Pro 7, Surface Duo and more.
  • Mirror: Get The Mirror for $500 off its original price of $1,495 with code BLACKFRIDAY20.
  • Monoprice: Save on tons of tech gadgets and gear at Monoprice. You can save up to 80% on items including, monitors, speakers, cables and more.
  • Motorola: Several smartphone models are marked down for the holiday season.
  • Nomad: Gear, including sleek cases, charging accessories and more, is 30% off at this sitewide sale.
  • Olloclip: Get up to 70% off select items and step up your phone photography with these camera attachments.
  • Philips SmartSleep: Save $30 on a wake-up light that will get you through dark winter months.
  • PhoneSoap: Get 20% off all orders when you use the code HOLIDAY20.
  • Polaroid: Save $10 on the Polaroid Lab and the Polaroid Hi-Print, plus you can score the Polaroid Now — “The Mandalorian” Edition for $20 off.
  • Ring: Save $30 on two of Ring’s newest video doorbells in both silver and bronze.
  • Roku: Select Roku devices are on sale, including the Roku Ultra, which is now $69, down from $99.99.
  • Samsung: Phones, appliances, TVs and more are marked down at Samsung’s huge Black Friday sale.
  • Sonix: Pick up a new case with 40% off sitewide, plus get an extra 15% off markdown.
  • Sonos: Save $100 on the Sonos Move, Beam and Sub now through November 30.
  • Sony: Electronics from cameras and speakers to headphones and TVs are on sale.
  • Speck: Score new phone accessories with 25% off.
  • TCL: Save on a TCL 10 Pro Android smartphone at Amazon.
  • Tile: Never lose the remote again with a Tile tracker, now on sale for as low as $17.99.
  • Udemy: Online courses start at just $9.99 for Black Friday.
  • Urbanears: Save on several pairs of headphones from the brand at Amazon.
  • Vizio: This Vizio soundbar is marked down at Amazon for a limited time.
  • Woot!: Save on tons of tech from major retailers on Woot!. Make sure to check back every day, as the site will add more deals each morning.
  • Zagg: Score 40% off sitewide, up to 10 items, and save on new smartphone accessories.

  • Build-a-Bear: Get a new furry friend starting at $6 while supplies last.
  • GameStop: Games, PC accessories, collectables and more are marked down now.
  • HyperX: Take up to 30% off top gaming gear, including headsets, mice, keyboards and more.
  • Melissa & Doug: Get 15% off orders of $50 or more and 30% off orders of $100 or more with code EARLY30BF.
  • Razer: Score discounts on gaming keyboards, mice and headsets this Black Friday on Amazon.

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