The most epic Bed Bath & Beyond Black Friday deals you need to check out

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Black Friday is the best time to snag premium bed, bath and home items for much cheaper. In fact, one of the most popular shopping destinations of the season, Bed Bath & Beyond, is having a major Black Friday blowout sale with up to 60% in savings and prices starting as low as $3.

To make your shopping experience a little easier, we’ve separated the best deals we’ve found into four categories:

  1. Kitchen Deals
  2. Vacuum Deals
  3. Bedding Deals
  4. Bath Deals

Now through Nov. 27, snag best sellers from brands like Ninja, Nespresso, Instant Pot, Keurig, Shark, Bissell, Hoover, UGG and so much more.

To give you an example of the epic deals featured in Bed Bath & Beyond’s Black Friday roster, this Shark AI Wi-Fi Connected Robot Vacuum with Advanced Navigation is 60% off, retailing for just $179 — that’s $270.99 off its original retail price.

The Instant Pot 9-In-1 Duo Plus 6-Quart Programmable Electric Pressure Cooker is another hot ticket item that’s currently 50% off during the sale — just $59!

Check out the rest of the deals below and shop while supplies last.

Best Kitchen Deals

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Best Vacuum Deals

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Best Bedding Deals

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Best Bath Deals

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