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Just 29 Fantastic Things To Treat Yourself To On Black Friday

Black Friday, the day when almost every store has deals (more than you could ever conceivably look through in an ENTIRE LIFETIME), is here.

We waded through mountains of bargains for you and found some of the best deals in every category.

FYI — deals can move quickly. We’ll do our best to keep this post and imagery as up-to-date as possible, but we can’t catch everything immediately. Check back throughout Black Friday (and Cyber Weekend) to see our latest updates as the deals change!

1.

A 24-pack of colorful bath bombs meaning almost three straight weeks of luxurious baths. Be careful not to prune!

round bath bombs in various colors


Amazon

Promising review: “The balls are awesome. The packaging is nice and each of the bombs smells different. They definitely smell like essential oils — I detected lavender, rose, and ylang ylang maybe? In the bath I touched fizzing ball and my hands were stained, but after the bath, the color disappeared from my skin. I didn’t notice any discoloration on the body afterwards (despite the nice bright colors of the bombs).” —Bigslacker

Get them from Amazon for $21.50 (originally $25.80).

2.

A mulberry silk mask offering a gentle alternative to the usual scratchy mask materials. It also just looks classy as heck.

three masks in black, green, and pink


LaceKingdom

Type Of Fit: Adjustable Straps

Pocket For Filter: No

Fabric Type: Silk

Shipping Time: Ships in one business day

Get it from LaceKingdom on Etsy for $12.50 (originally $25; available in three colors).

3.

A scented heatable turkey plush you can cuddle with while starting your millionth Friends rewatch. There may be other shows out there, but you haven’t seen ’em.

model holds plush turkey with sunglasses and fez


Firebox

Get it from Firebox for $20 (originally $28).

4.

And an Amazon Fire Stick to help facilitate your latest binge-watching event. Now you can get all your favorite streaming services together and under the control of one remote. Remember back when we all had like five remotes to control the TV? Let’s put that nightmare behind us for good.

remove with word bubble that says "alexa, open youtube"


Amazon

Promising review: “Oh my…I shouldn’t have waited so long to purchase. I wasn’t sure if I needed it but now I don’t know what I would do without it. It was super easy to connect to my TV and setup. It plugged right in and then I was ready to watch my shows in under 10 minutes!” —Amanda Michelle

Get it from Amazon for $17.99 (originally $29.99).

5.

A linen bedding set because I simply insist every person deserves that kind of luxury in their life. Linen sheets are the best!


Parachute

Linen is so good, trust me! It’s snuggly and works all year round. The set comes with a fitted sheet, pillowcase set, and duvet cover, but you can also throw in a top sheet if you’re old school like that.

Promising review: “If you’re on the fence, just do it. Perfect addition to my room. Comfortable, cool, and somehow keeps me warm all at the same time.” —Ludine P.

Get it from Parachute for $287+ (originally $359; available in sizes Twin–California King and nine colors).

6.

A sweatshirt for all you plant lovers out there that make a point to let everyone know you adore succulents.

crewneck sweatshirt that says succa for plants


MarkleeCo

Get it from MarkleeCo on Etsy for $23.19+ (originally $28.90+; available in sizes S–3XL and five colors).

7.

A pair of Snoopy slippers that are just — *sigh* — the best things ever.

slippers shaped like snoopy heads


ModCloth

Get it from ModCloth for $28 (originally $40).

8.

A colorful hammock for comfy snoozes whenever and wherever there are trees or poles to support it. Set this up in the park, the woods, or even on your apartment’s balcony.

colorful nylon hammock


Backcountry

Get it from Backcountry for $52.46 (originally $69.95; available in 13 colors).

9.

A hardy ZZ plant that comes with a cool, bubble-like planter in case you’d like some company from a leafy friend this winter.

zz plant in a blue planter with rounded ridges


The Sill

Get it from The Sill for $36 (originally $52; available in four colors).

10.

A simple, price-friendly heart charm you can add to a necklace, keychain, or zipper for an extra touch of cuteness.

heart charms in various colors with gold colored backs


AimVogue

Get it from AimVogue on Etsy for $3.96 (originally $4.95; available in seven colors).

11.

A tarot card necklace that sees cute outfits in your future.

tarot cards with necklaces with small card pendants attached


Anthropologie

Get it from Anthropologie for $33.60 (originally $48; available in four styles).

12.

A shipment of Magnolia Bakery’s famous banana pudding. I normally hate banana pudding but WOW this stuff is amazing.

three cups of banana pudding that say magnolia bakery on the front


Goldbelly

This shipment comes with six larger cups of banana pudding and serves 10–12 people (or just you if you’re really hungry).

Get it from Goldbelly for $52 (originally $65).

13.

A Dungeons and Dogs pin that is sure to add +5 charm to your outfit.

dogs gather around a table and play dungeons and dragons


dblfeature

Get it from dblfeature on Etsy for $12 (originally $15).

14.

A pair of tie-dye bike shorts for those warmer, casual days. Pair with an oversized sweatshirt and you’ll be taking a million mirror selfies before you know it.

tie-dye bike shorts


bffsandbabes

Get them from bffsandbabes on Etsy for $24.50 (originally $49; available in sizes XS–L).

15.

The latest installment of Valfré’s beloved yearly agenda. Keep your dates and daily tasks in order with the help of this illustrated guide that — OK, wow — comes with SIX pages of stickers!

hardcover planner that says gal with a plan 2021 and a design of a woman in tiger underwear in front of a column with a speaker next to a monstera


Valfré

This 12-month planner comes with pages for notes, stickers, and original artwork for each month. This LA-based brand was founded by Mexican-born artist, Ilse Valfré. I have a beret from the brand that’s covered in googly eyes and it’s my most treasured hat (sadly no longer on sale).

Get it from Valfré for $23 (originally $28).

16.

A very cozy looking jumpsuit for anyone who wants to look chic as heck without sacrificing comfort. Who knew you could get pajama-level comfort and still look like you belong on a magazine cover?

velvety jumpsuit with elastic cuffs


Eloquii

Get it from Eoloquii for $69.97 (originally $139.95; available in sizes 14–28).

17.

A glow-in-the-dark Funko Pop! doll of Jack Skellington after his failed career switch to Santa. He just looks so much better hanging out with a spooky fountain than in a red cap.

plastic figure that looks like jack hangs out with fountain that spits out glow in the dark liquid


BoxLunch

Get it from BoxLunch for $19.74 (originally $32.90).

18.

An Always Pan, which is angling to become the only pan you ever reach for when cooking. It has an ultra slippery nonstick surface, a vented top, a mesh basket for steaming, and a high quality spoon that hooks onto the handle.

blue pan with beechwood spoon that fits neatly on handle half under the lid


Our Place

I have and love this pan! It just feels really nice to hold. The nesting spoon is absolutely genius, everything cooks evenly, and food just glides right off with minimal effort. If you hate scrubbing, consider getting this!

Our Place was founded by Shiza Shahid, along with Amir Tehrani and Zach Rosner. She’s a Pakistani social entrepreneur who also co-founded the non-profit Malala Fund, which promotes education for young girls.

Get it from Our Place for $95 (originally $145; available in six colors).

19.

A string light with tiny snow-dusted trees encased in small bottles. Do I need to keep going or are you sold on how magical these things are?

string lights with bottled trees


Apollo Box

Get it from Apollo Box for $15.50 (originally $20.67).

20.

Gorgeous gold-flecked Penrose triangle coasters that’ll make for impossibly good decor.

three impossible triangle shapes in pink, white, and black


Mercia Moore

Mercia Moore is a Black-owned artisan brand that sells handmade resin coasters, platters, and more.

Get two from Mercia Moore for $20 (originally $25).

21.

A cool kit that lets you make slime you can legit draw on with chalk art markers. How cool is that???

the kit


Kiwi Co

It comes with ingredients to make two types of slime: glow-in-the-dark and chalkboard.

Promising review: “The chalkboard and glow slime were super fun to make and play with. Loved how easy it was to make!” —Jacqueline

Get it from Kiwi Co for $19.96 (originally $24.95).

the kit


Kiwi Co

It comes with ingredients to make two types of slime: glow-in-the-dark and chalkboard.

Promising review: “The chalkboard and glow slime were super fun to make and play with. Loved how easy it was to make!” —Jacqueline

Get it from Kiwi Co for $19.96 (originally $24.95).

22.

A windshield cover ensuring that Dwight will protect your car from the sun and potential intruders. Now you just need a car alarm that goes “MICHAEL!!!!”

windshield cover that shows dwight peeking out of conference room blinds


BoxLunch

Get it from BoxLunch for $11.83 (originally $16.90).

23.

A chunky paperclip bracelet in case you’d like to jump on the latest jewelry trend.

chain bracelet with big links shaped like ovals

model wears bracelet


BaubleBar

I don’t have this particular bracelet, but I do have something similar and I pretty much wear it 24/7. It’s a really nice, simple design that looks good with everything.

Use the code BB25 to get it from Baublebar for $28.50 (originally $38).

chain bracelet with big links shaped like ovals

model wears bracelet


BaubleBar

I don’t have this particular bracelet, but I do have something similar and I pretty much wear it 24/7. It’s a really nice, simple design that looks good with everything.

Use the code BB25 to get it from Baublebar for $28.50 (originally $38).

24.

A Makeup Eraser worth the investment if you’re sick and tired of traditional liquid makeup removers. This handy microfiber towel only needs water to get to work removing every speck of makeup.

buzzfeed writer jen tonti easily removes makeup with towel


Taylor Miller / Socialine

Promising review: “I purchased this based on positive reviews and now know that they didn’t even touch how amazing this product is. I was tired of using mascara removers and washing my face and still having makeup on. Well, that problem is now gone. This product seriously does what it says — it erases makeup! I could not believe the way it removed my makeup the first time I used it! I use it for a week, toss it in the wash, and use it again. I was wondering how it would clean up in the laundry, and it always looks brand new. I no longer have to use chemicals to remove my makeup!” —StaceyB

Get it from Amazon for $14 (originally $20).

25.

A lightweight, cordless Dyson V8 Absolute vacuum cleaner that works so well, it might actually be considered…fun to clean? Its digital motor spins at up to 110,000 rpm, meaning dirt and debris trembles when they hear it coming.

An image of a person using the V8 Absolute vacuum cleaner to clean the top part of a window.

On left, an image of the V8 Absolute vacuum cleaner cleaning hair off a gray carpet. On right, an image of the V8 Absolute vacuum cleaner cleaning crumbs off a hardwood floor.


Dyson

The battery, when fully charged, can give you up to 40 minutes of fade-free power in its powerful mode and up to 25 minutes with the motorized cleaner head. It also has a filtration system that captures allergens and expels cleaner air as well as a no-touch bin emptying mechanism. Plus, it’s lightweight and ergonomic so you can clean high-up places with one smooth motion.

Promising review: “I’m so in love with this cordless vacuum. I use it every night before bed to pick up dog hair and other debris from the day — zip zip zip and it’s done! No fuss! Switching from attachment to attachment is effortless. The suction is amazing! Well worth the money!” —SuzanneC

Get it from Dyson for $299.99 (originally $449.99).

An image of a person using the V8 Absolute vacuum cleaner to clean the top part of a window.

On left, an image of the V8 Absolute vacuum cleaner cleaning hair off a gray carpet. On right, an image of the V8 Absolute vacuum cleaner cleaning crumbs off a hardwood floor.


Dyson

The battery, when fully charged, can give you up to 40 minutes of fade-free power in its powerful mode and up to 25 minutes with the motorized cleaner head. It also has a filtration system that captures allergens and expels cleaner air as well as a no-touch bin emptying mechanism. Plus, it’s lightweight and ergonomic so you can clean high-up places with one smooth motion.

Promising review: “I’m so in love with this cordless vacuum. I use it every night before bed to pick up dog hair and other debris from the day — zip zip zip and it’s done! No fuss! Switching from attachment to attachment is effortless. The suction is amazing! Well worth the money!” —SuzanneC

Get it from Dyson for $299.99 (originally $449.99).

26.

A knitting kit with everything you need to make your very own adorable tee. Turns out you’re the best fashion designer.

model wears the shirt

different model shows back of shirt


We Are Knitters

This kit comes with pima cotton yarn (nice), hooks, and a pattern (available in English or Spanish). There are 21 colors to choose from.

Get it from We Are Knitters for $50.40+ (originally $70; available in straight sizes S–L or plus sizes XXL–XXXL).

model wears the shirt

different model shows back of shirt


We Are Knitters

This kit comes with pima cotton yarn (nice), hooks, and a pattern (available in English or Spanish). There are 21 colors to choose from.

Get it from We Are Knitters for $50.40+ (originally $70; available in straight sizes S–L or plus sizes XXL–XXXL).

27.

An unreasonably cuddly throw blanket that you should only buy if you plan on hibernating underneath it until April.

really fuzzy blanket being held up


Anthropologie

I have this blanket and haven’t moved from under it since I got it. It’s silky soft on the bottom and thickly furry on top. I can’t even begin to describe how perfectly snuggly this thing is.

Get it from Anthropologie for $68.60 (originally $98; available in five colors).

28.

A subscription service that sends you a monthly shipment of international coffee so you can feel well-traveled, even if you never leave the couch.

coffee next to mug and postcard

buzzfeed image of the coffee in the box


Atlas Coffee, Emmy Favilla

See Socialine’s review of this coffee subscription service.

You can get a half bag, single bag, or double bags every two or four weeks. Then you can decide if you want light or dark roast, ground or whole bean. Each shipment comes with a handwritten postcard from the country that made your coffee. Oh, and the coffee is DELISH.

Get $15 off your first shipment from Atlas Coffee Club (originally $9+/shipment).

coffee next to mug and postcard

buzzfeed image of the coffee in the box


Atlas Coffee, Emmy Favilla

See Socialine’s review of this coffee subscription service.

You can get a half bag, single bag, or double bags every two or four weeks. Then you can decide if you want light or dark roast, ground or whole bean. Each shipment comes with a handwritten postcard from the country that made your coffee. Oh, and the coffee is DELISH.

Get $15 off your first shipment from Atlas Coffee Club (originally $9+/shipment).

29.

And a Baby Yoda sweatshirt to wear now until the end of time. I mean, just LOOK at it. Now I need nuggets.

hoodie with baby yoda that says get in loser we are getting chucky nuggies


ChristaShop99

It’s available in both crewneck and hoodie.

Get it from ChristaShop99 on Etsy for $19.50+ (originally $21.66; available in sizes YS–5XL).

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banner that says text shop to 332-334-9081


Socialine

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