Staples & Office Depot Black Friday Deals (2020): Early Computers, Office & School Supplies, Furniture & More Savings Reported by Retail Fuse

BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Black Friday 2020 experts are comparing the latest early Office Depot & Staples deals for Black Friday, together with discounts on school electronics, basic school supplies, office chairs & tables and more. Browse the best deals by clicking the links listed below.

Best Office Depot Deals:

  • Save up to 30% on a wide range of furniture at OfficeDepot.com – get the latest deals on home and office furniture including desks, beds, chairs & more
  • Save up to 40% on various types of chairs at OfficeDepot.com – click the link for live prices on office chairs, task chairs, ergonomic chairs & more
  • Save up to 44% on laptops for school & work at OfficeDepot.com – check out live prices on 2-in-1 laptops, business laptops, Chromebooks, gaming laptops & more
  • Save up to $220 on a wide range of desktop computers at OfficeDepot.com – get the hottest deals on
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The best early Black Friday deals from Amazon, Best Buy, Home Depot, Target, Walmart, and more stores



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Black Friday lands next week but shoppers can already save big on TVs, headphones, stand mixers, vacuums, and more.

  • Every year, Black Friday occurs the day after Thanksgiving. This year, several sales have already started weeks in advance of the shopping holiday.
  • Black Friday lands on November 27, but shoppers can already save big on TVs, headphones, stand mixers, vacuums, and more from Amazon, Best Buy, Target, and Walmart.
  • See more: 7 stores that offer price matching — and everything you need to know about their Black Friday and Cyber Monday policies.
  • Read Insider Reviews’Black Friday 2020 deals and Cyber Monday 2020 deals coverage for more savings .

2020 cares little for precedent and that includes the Black Friday and Cyber Monday schedule. Historically, the enormous shopping event kicks off the day after Thanksgiving, but this year, sales have already begun and may last through the first week of December.

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You don’t have to wait for the official dates of Black Friday and Cyber Monday this year, they’re all month long! Home Depot is one big retailer that’s liberally redefining the term “Black Friday”: The retail giant’s Black Friday sale kicked off Nov. 6, and will run all the way past Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber Monday through Dec. 2. Check out all of these great deals on the most essential Home Depot items. And keep checking back as more deals might drop throughout the month!

If you’re looking to beat holiday shopping crowds and want exclusive early access to sales items, Home Depot’s monthlong sales event features Black Friday savings on power tools, electronics, vacuums, kitchen appliances, grills, furniture and

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Home Depot Black Friday 2020 deal: Save $105 on Dyson ball vacuum

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If a corded, upright vacuum suits your needs, the Slim Ball Animal is a solid option for its compact form, powerful suction, and attachments for pet hair removal. Home Depot’s price of $245 is currently the best deal around on this vacuum, beating out Target, Best Buy, and Amazon.

The Home Depot is one of many retailers getting a head start on Black Friday. Now through December 2, the store is offering discounts on appliances, home improvement tools, holiday decor, and more. 

That means now is the perfect time to fill out your holiday wish list with seasonal decor (like trees, lights, and yes, a 10-foot inflatable Grinch), or simply bookmark the perfect tools for your next home project. If you plan on doing your shopping in person, note that all Home Depot stores

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Save big on faux trees at The Home Depot

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The Home Depot is spreading holiday cheer ahead of the giving season. (Photo: Home Accents Holiday)

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COVID-19 or not COVID-19, the holidays can be an über-busy time filled with shopping, decorating and meal prepping—all while managing your normal day-to-day obligations. (Phew!) That’s why we’re all for pre-lit artificial Christmas trees, which can eliminate the hassle of stringing all those pesky lights—a win-win for even the biggest holiday enthusiast. As luck would have it, The Home Depot just so happens to be having a massive sale on pre-lit faux trees, which means you can save big on one that will perfectly suit your size, type and color specifications ahead of all the holiday madness.

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Home Depot Starts Looking Better Equipped Than Lowe’s

While both Home Depot and Lowe’s were clear retail winners this year, the latter has arguably benefited more thanks to a less urban footprint and a higher proportion of do-it-yourself customers. That may be a winning formula today, but Home Depot is the one that seems poised for more upside post-pandemic.

That isn’t to dismiss the gains that both retailers have seen. Neither experienced much of a slowdown in sales growth last quarter, as consumers continued spending more time and money on their homes.

Home Depot’s revenue rose 23% from a year earlier in its third quarter, basically the same growth it enjoyed the prior quarter. Lowe’s saw sales increase 28% in its latest quarter, after growing 30% in the previous period. Both results were above analyst expectations. Outdoor and garden categories proved popular; Home Depot noted that its 12-foot skeletons sold out before October.

Sales to DIY customers have

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Home Depot is giving $1 billion in raises to its retail employees as it makes pandemic bonuses permanent



a person standing in a parking lot: Home Depot has enjoyed a massive increase in sales amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. CHRIS DELMAS/AFP via Getty Images


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Home Depot has enjoyed a massive increase in sales amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. CHRIS DELMAS/AFP via Getty Images

  • Home Deport has seen record sales numbers as the pandemic has kept customers home and led to a surge in home improvement projects. 
  • The company is reinvesting some of that money into its core retail employees, to the tune of $1 billion in costs annually going forward. That investment applies primarily to a one-time increase in employee pay, both part-time and full-time, company executives said on Tuesday morning.
  • We believe that our associates are a competitive advantage to the Home Depot, and they’re critical to the overall customer experience,” they said.
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Riding on a wave of surging sales, Home Depot says it’s investing $1 billion annually into employee wages going forward.

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Walmart, Home Depot beat expectations

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Walmart and Home Depot posted better-than-expected earnings on Tuesday as both U.S. companies benefit from increased sales amid the COVID-19 pandemic. This report produced by Yahaira Jacquez.

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Home Depot boosts staff pay by $1 billion after uninterrupted sales surge

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(Reuters) – Home Depot Inc said on Tuesday it will spend about $1 billion more on employees’ wages annually as the home improvement chain benefits from a sustained surge in demand for tools and building materials due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Home Depot’s blue-chip stock, up 28% this year, fell 2.5% in early trading, despite the company beating quarterly sales and profit estimates.

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Demand for home improvement products have remained elevated since coronavirus lockdowns started in March, as Americans spending more time at home due to limited options for travel or leisure activities use their discretionary income on minor home remodeling and repair work.

The heavy activity has, however, also led Home Depot to spend $1.7 billion in temporary pay and benefits

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Home Depot is boosting wages and making expanded worker benefits permanent

The housing market is booming. That’s great news for Home Depot — and its workers.



a person standing in front of a store: A customer wearing a protective mask views power drills for sale at a Home Depot Inc. store in Daly City, California, U.S., on Monday, Nov. 16, 2020. Home Depot Inc. is scheduled to release earnings figures on November 17. Photographer: Josie Norris/Bloomberg via Getty Images


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Home Depot reported better-than-expected sales and earnings Tuesday, and the company is planning to invest $1 billion annually on increased worker benefits. That’s on top of the $1.7 billion in benefits the company has already granted this year in response to Covid-19.

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Home Depot unveiled temporary programs during the coronavirus pandemic such as expanded paid time off and weekly bonuses. But the company has decided to give hourly workers a permanent pay increase as the housing market continues to thrive.

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