If you’re just getting started on your Black Friday shopping, you’re a little late for the early morning doorbuster deals, but fear not! There are still plenty of amazing bargains out there, especially if you’re shopping for the littlest people on your list. Here are ten of the very best Black Friday deals parents can still use to their advantage:
1. Huge deals on toys at Amazon
For the next 15 hours, Amazon is offering up to 50 percent off on select Mattel and Fisher-Price toys, including a selection of baby toys, Mega Bloks, Barbie dolls, Ever After High dolls, and a bunch of really cool Hot Wheels sets. They’re also offering the kids edition of the Amazon Fire tablet for $84, which is a steep $15 discount from it’s usual $99 price tag.
2. For game-loving fans of The LEGO Movie
Toys R’ Us has this awesome The LEGO Movie game bundle on sale for $299.00 online, down from it’s regular price of $349.99. They’re also offering select Playstation 4 games for $25 off, as well as free shipping on all online orders over $19.
3. Hit Target for wardrobe updates and Christmas PJs
Everyone’s favorite place to shop is delivering big time when it comes to good deals on holiday gifts. The retailer is offering 40 percent off all kids and baby apparel and accessories, both in-store and online. They’re also having a buy-one-get-one-half-off sale on select toys, which includes tons of Star Wars merchandise. Plus, today only, guests who spend $75 or more will get a 20 percent off coupon for a future purchase.
4. Safely splurge on that video baby monitor you’ve been wanting
If you’ve been looking for a video monitor but haven’t found one that’s affordable, you’re in luck. This Summer Infant In-View Due Monitor (with a bonus camera!) is on sale for $99 at Walmart, down from its regular price of $189. That’s a whopping $90 savings. If those aren’t your style, they’ve also got $150 off a Levana video monitor and $40 off some monitors from V-Tech.
5. American Girl has the discounts of your dreams
If you’ve got an American Girl addict, now is the time to shop for new gear. Select books, movies, clothes, and accessories are 30 percent off through Monday. The sale includes both doll clothes and clothes for real girls. Also, if you use the code “GIFT20” at checkout, you can get 20 percent off all full-priced items (online only, of course).
6. Game savings for everyone on your list
GameStop is your best bet if you have multiple kids who want some of the year’s hottest games and gaming systems. They’re offering Buy Two, Get One Free on all preowned products. That means, for example, you could get three refurbished Nintendo 3DS’s ($79 to $99 each) for close to the price of one brand new one ($179 for Black Friday at most stores). Deals are available in-store and online.
7. Get a top-rated travel system on the cheap
Babies R’ Us is offering $70 off this top-selling Baby Trend Expedition GLX travel system, which means you can grab it for a cool $174.99. It’s also available in pink, if you’re into that. Plus, they have up to 30 percent off on select baby gear throughout the store and online.
8. Imaginative play, no Pinterest crafting involved
Seedling, an online store for unique gifts that inspire imaginative play, is offering 65 percent off sitewide. You can find such adorable items as sets to design your own superhero cape, pirate swords, mermaids, and more. They also have traditional toys, like kaleidoscopes, card games, toy cars, and painting sets.
9. All-natural soaps, lotions, and sunscreens
If you love all-natural baby products, but don’t love the high price tags, you’ll want to check out this massive online sale from Babo Botanicals. You can use the promo code “CHEER50” to get 50 percent off everything on their website. The promo code is good through November 28.
10. For the future rockstar in your life
It’s on pretty much everyone’s hottest toy list, and Best Buy has a great deal. You can get Guitar Hero Live for Playstation 4 with a wireless guitar controller and a free USB microphone in-store or online for only $69.99. It’s regularly priced at $99.99, so this is a pretty, well, rockin’ deal.