Bitcoin Black Friday is the season when retailers are dropping their prices to compete for the customers’ BTC coins. There are many sites that support payments through the world’s number one crypto, but not all of them have discount deals for their merchandise.
To shorten your search, we have made up a list featuring some of the best sites where you can spend your Bitcoin this Black Friday season.
Newegg is a huge electronics and hardware retailer that offers everything from laptops, PCs, headphones, TVs, GPUs, tech toys, home appliances, gadgets, and all sorts of accessories. The site also accepts Bitcoin as payment, but with some restrictions in terms of the range of orders.
According to their website, Newegg does not accept Bitcoin for the following types of purchases:
- Will Call orders;
- Newegg Gift Cards;
- Marketplace items;
- Subscription orders;
- Premier memberships;
- Return shipping labels.
Newegg is currently offering discounts on certain products this Black Friday, such as $250 for Samsung TVs, up to 20% of Gaming desktops and SSDs, and many other offers. The Black Friday campaign will be available till the end of 30th November.
Overstock is a US-based online retailer that sells a variety of high-priced items at lower prices due to overstocking. Through its partnership with Coinbase, you can buy everything from electronics to decorative home products using Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Dash, Monero, and Bitcoin Cash as well.
Overstock.com started offering support for Bitcoin purchases since January of 2014, making it one of the first online merchants to accept the coin.
The site offers a pre-Bitcoin Black Friday, discounting 70% off of 1000 items it has on its platform.
Gyft is an online platform that accepts Bitcoin for digital gift cards. The gift cards can be used to buy items from over 200 retailers, such as Target, Sephora, Hotels.com, CVS Pharmacy, Whole Foods, Southwest Airlines, and many others.
From November 15 to November 30, 2019, at 9:00 PM ET, Gyft allows you to buy a $50 or more Lowe’s Gift Cards for $45 by applying the promo code FALLDIY at checkout.
From November 20 to December 16, 2019, at 9:00 PM ET, there is an offer to buy $50 or more Aéropostale Gift Cards for $40 by applying the promo code AERONOV at checkout.
From November 15 to December 2, 2019, at 9:00 PM ET, if you purchase a Regal Cinemas Gift Card worth $25 or more, the card is discounted to $20. Just apply the promo code CINEMA at checkout.
If you buy a Domino’s Gift Card of $20 or more between November 15 to November 30, 2019, at 9:00 PM ET, you get a bonus of $5 on the card. For this, apply the promo code PIZZA19 at checkout.
From November 8 to November 22, 2019, at 9:00 PM ET, if you buy a Fanatics Gift Card worth $50 or more, you get the card for $40 by using the promo code FANGEAR at checkout.
eGifter is also another online retailer that sells gift cards for Bitcoin. The site supports more than 250 brands, including Amazon, JCPenney, Sephora, Home Depot, Kohl’s, Best Buy, and TJ Maxx.
eGifter also offers discounts for some of its cards this season. This Bitcoin Black Friday you have on the site discounts on cards from The Children’s Place, Aeropostale, Domino’s Pizza, Gap, Old Navy, Banana Republic, White House Black Market, Jersey Mike’s, and Fandango.
All of the offers are valid up until the 30th of November, while only the Aeropostale discount runs until December the 2nd. Check out their promotions section of their website and look up which codes to use in order to get the discount.
Purse is a Bitcoin marketplace that acts as an escrow service that also matches users that want to buy and spend Bitcoin through Amazon wish lists. As Amazon doesn’t support direct purchases with Bitcoin, you can find many items on Purse at a discounted price.
The site offers discounts of up to 33% off of everything if you add items to your cart directly from Amazon and pay with Bitcoin.
Be careful, however, as the site has a low rating on TrustPilot for its services.
Also known as “the Amazon of Japan,” Rakuten is the biggest online retailer in Japan. The e-commerce giant also launched this year its own crypto exchange, as well as a proprietary wallet for holding digital assets. Rakuten is one of the biggest online stores that support Bitcoin purchases.
From November 25th to December 4th, their Cyber Deals promotion includes free shipping for products that are up to 4500 JPY.
Also, in celebration of their 10-year anniversary, they launched the Arigato campaign, in which 1 million points will be given away to 25 lucky winners. One winner can win up to 40,000 points.
The site has a Bonus Rakuten super points offer, where you receive points back by purchasing certain items.
NordVPN is one of the best-known names in the VPN industry. The company operates under the legal jurisdiction of Panama, where there are no laws obligating them to keep user data. Also, NordVPN accepts Bitcoin as a payment in addition to other traditional payment systems for their VPN services.
This is probably the best Bitcoin Black Friday deal you can find. NordVPN now has an exclusive deal in which they are offering 3 months free on their 3-year plan, reducing the plan from €391.48/year to €114.33, which represents a discount of 70%.
Their other plans also have attractive discounts. Thus, their 2-year plan was discounted from €260.98 to €108.98, which represents a discount of 58%, and their 1-year plan was discounted from €130.49 to €76.33, signifying a discount of 41%.
The timeline for their offer is very limited, so we suggest you hurry up as soon as you can, if you want a VPN plan.
Webhallen is a Swedish online retailer that sells a wide diversity of products, including games, toys, computer hardware and accessories, home appliances, décor, and many others. The site also accepts Bitcoin for its products. Webhallen now offers discounted products during the Black Friday week.
These have been some of the Bitcoin Black Friday deals we have found for you. Of course, there are many other online and physical retailers that also have attractive offers, but you will have to look for them on your own.
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