6 Black Friday Deals Real Simple Home Editors Are Most Excited About

Here are a few of the deals we will be shopping this season.



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If you still haven’t gotten around to ordering your holiday cards, you’re in luck. On Black Friday, Minted is giving shoppers 25% off letterpress cards, 20% off orders over $150, or 15% off all other orders (with no minimum). Our pick? This custom card that features a letterpress version of your child’s drawing.

To buy: from $69 for 15, minted.com.



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Pet hair will be a problem of the past with this lightweight vacuum around the house. And now’s the time to buy it—Target is offering a $200 discount.

To buy: $299, target.com.



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Having family or friends stay with you for the holidays? Refresh the pillows in your guest room (or any bedroom for that matter) with this great deal from Macy’s. Prices change depending on the hour you shop, so shop early (before 1 p.m.) to get the best deal.

To buy: $7, macys.com.


Chasing Paper

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Starting on Black Friday, Chasing Paper will discount select wallpapers by 50%, making them only $20 per panel. Aside from using them as wall coverings, we’re dreaming of using them as drawer and cabinet liners as well.

To buy: $20 per panel, chasingpaper.com.


Jonathan Adler

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From November 22 through the 27th, Jonathan Adler will be offering 20% off of everything (excluding art) and free shipping (excluding furniture). We’ve got our eye on these Globo Boxes to dress up our desks.

To buy: Medium Green Globo Box, $239, johnathanadler.com.



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Whether you’re buying a hostess gift or something to spruce up your own space, JCPenney has a ton of option to satisfy. This mixed-material cutting board is a fraction of the original price and would make a great serving piece for fresh cheese and charcuterie.

To buy: $35, jcpenney.com. If you’re still in the shopping spirit, consider purchasing a gift that gives back on “Giving Tuesday.” Many shops, like Uncommon Goods, will be offering extra donations to their partners on this day.