Best Buy runs the entire gamut when it comes to Black Friday sales, allowing every kind of tech fan - from gamers to movie junkies to photographers - to find good gear on the cheap.
We've assembled the best-selling deals this Black Friday, courtesy of the big box retailer, giving you an idea of not only what's catching people's attention - but also which sales to act fast on!
Let the sales begin!
The console bundles are marked down from $349 to $299, which is nothing to sniff at, given that both packages include a brand-new game and a decent chunk of storage.
While the Xbox One S can play UHD Blu-rays, those who care more about movies than games can opt for this Samsung UBD-K8500 deal, which is down to $199 (from $399).
Not only is the machine half-off, but it may just be one of the lowest prices for a brand-new UHD Blu-ray player that we've seen in a while.
Next up is GoPro's Hero5 Black action cam, which continues GoPro's tradition of bringing compact cameras to extreme sports - all while also being water resistant out of the box and capable of shooting 4K-resolution footage.
While Best Buy's $399 deal on the Hero5 doesn't appear like a sale at first glance, the store is offering a $5 gift card, a $30 gift card, and a 64GB SanDisk microSD card included as a bonus. Trust us, you'll want that extra storage for all that 4K video.
Google Home may have just hit the market, but that doesn't stop Best Buy from trimming prices in time for Black Friday.
The digital assistant/speaker combo from Google is now down to $99 (from $129) at Best Buy, putting the shiny new piece of home tech into double-digits range.
The Samsung Galaxy S7 is arguably one of the best flagship smartphones out on the market, and now you can snag one for yourself for just $99 with a two-year contract with Verizon, courtesy of Best Buy.
Apple fans aren't being forgotten, either. Best Buy is selling the 9.7-inch iPad Pro at a $125 discount, putting the high-powered tablet down to $575 (from $699).
That said, it's worth noting that this sale does not carry over to the 12.9-inch iPad Pro. A bummer, but let's be honest - nearly 10 inches of tablet screen ain't shabby at a discount like that.
Now let's talk TVs. Best Buy is taking a whopping $400 off a Sony 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, offering 65 inches of ultra-high resolution, Wi-Fi connectivity, and high-dynamic range support for $1,399 (from $1,799).
If you're shopping for a fitness fan this holiday, it's hard to go wrong with a Fitbit. To that end, Best Buy is taking $20 off the Fitbit Charge 2, selling it at $129.
(To the discerning consumer, we've got good news: both wrist sizes and all four strap colors are eligible for the discount.)
I know we mentioned Xboxes earlier, but Microsoft's console can be yours for even less should you go with one of the lower-storage 500GB bundles.
While you'll get half of the space as the previously-mentioned 1TB bundles, you'll still get $50 off the console, allowing you to net either a Battlefield 1 or Minecraft Xbox One S bundle for just $249.
If you find yourself stuck between a laptop and a tablet, then a 2-fin-1 combo might be for you.
Best Buy is taking $150 off the Lenovo Yoga 910, bringing the price of the laptop/tablet hybrid ultrabook down from $1,199 to $1,049.
For the automotive enthusiast - or just those who spend a lot of time on the road - Best Buy is taking $100 of the Rand McMally OverDryve 7 Car Tablet.
The hands-free communication tool/dash cam/GPS combination device is now retailing for $299, from $499.
Best of luck, shoppers!
Best Buy has an entire list of its best-selling deals this Black Friday, should you be on the prowl for something specific this year, but the tech sales don't stop there!
Don't forget to check out our lists of the most noteworthy savings from other retailers like GameStop, Walmart, Target, Toys R' Us, and more - and of course, be sure to check back after the weekend for good ol' Cyber Monday!