Believe it or not, Black Friday deals are already here. Well, sort of. While the highly anticipated shopping event is thought to be one day only, you can actually shop Black Friday-level deals weeks (even months!) ahead of the official day (November 24) — if you know where to look. Some of our favorite online furniture stores are having fall sales that are stocked full of great home finds, like home decor and bedding, this month.
Everything You Need to Know Ahead of Black Friday 2023
We’re seeing some of the lowest prices of the year on sheets, comfy mattresses, sofas and outdoor furniture. Retailers like Amazon and Wayfair are already offering sneaky sales on popular holiday items, while direct-to-consumer brands like Castlery and Sundays have great end-of-season sales to consider.
Ahead, our deals pros broke down the best early Black Friday furniture deals of 2023, so you can prep your space for hosting over the holidays and save while you’re at it.
This page has been updated with new deals as of 3 p.m. ET on September 21. We’ll continue updating this article as Amazon drops more Prime Big Deal Days sales and information, so be sure to check back frequently for the latest details.
Our Favorite Early Black Friday Furniture Deals of 2023
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- ABC Carpet and Home’s sale section has hundreds of discounted furniture, rugs, dining tables and more to prep your home ahead of the holidays.
- The Kova Sofa and Ottoman from Albany Park is one of the brand’s coziest models — $617 off right now.
- Take up to 30% off sectionals, sofas and armchairs during Albany Park’s Cozy Fall Sale.
- AllModern, Wayfair’s sister destination for mid-century modern furniture, has early Black Friday deals with up to 30% off thousands of items including sofas, area rugs and more.
- Anthropologie’s current sale offers thousands of statement furniture and decor pieces at up to hundreds of dollars off — including seating, rugs, dishware, outdoor and more.
- Apt 2B’s Fall Seating sale gives shoppers the chance to take 20% off site wide, plus free shipping.
- Last year, Kaiyo’s Black Friday sale included up to $375 off your order. Ahead of this year’s sale, shop the clearance section for deals on high-quality used furniture and decor.
- Lowe’s hasn’t announced their official Black Friday sale yet, but there’s already plenty of discounts to start shopping:
- During Outer’s Fall Fireside sale, take up to 25% off select outdoor seating, fire pits and umbrellas.
- Prep your home for the autumn season with Serena and Lily’s Warm Reception Sale: up to 30% off living room essentials like seating, coffee tables and more.
- Shop special prices on couches, tables, rugs and other furniture from Sundays’ sale section.
- Ahead of Walmart’s Black Friday sale, save on select furniture, holiday decor, patio furniture and more from the retailer’s Deals section.
- Wayfair’s massive sale section lets you shop up to 50% off furniture, lighting and area rugs months ahead of Black Friday sales.
Are deals cheaper on Black Friday?
Black Friday has evolved drastically over the years, from a one-day-only blowout to a weekend-long event topped off with Cyber Monday. Now, deals are sprinkled out even months ahead, per Commerce Editor Jacqueline Saguin.
Historically, the vast majority of deals have scattered across the weekend, with the steepest cuts landing day-of — though, there are exceptions. Some surprising record low prices on things like Apple products are already happening in the weeks leading up.
Is Black Friday a good time to buy furniture?
Yes! Just like any big-ticket item, furniture is likely to see some hefty discounts, says Saguin. If you’re looking to get all your shopping done in one place, last year, major retailers like Lowe’s offered up to 50% off living room furniture; Amazon had 75% off top-selling rugs; Wayfair held a massive sale of up to 80% off; and Walmart took 65% off select furniture.
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Samantha Jones is a commerce editor at Hearst Magazines, covering lifestyle, fitness, beauty and more. She has written for Good Housekeeping, Real Simple, Better Homes & Gardens and beyond, and she loves staying up to date on the latest viral products worth shopping. When she’s not at her desk, Sam can be found on a run in Central Park or trying out new brunch spots with friends.
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Heath Owens is a Senior Commerce Editor at Hearst Magazines, where he covers home, fashion, tech and gifts for Good Housekeeping, House Beautiful, Esquire, Delish, Men’s Health, and more.
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Monique Valeris is the home design director for Good Housekeeping, where she oversees the brand’s home decorating coverage across print and digital. Prior to joining GH in 2020, she was the digital editor at Elle Decor. In her current role, she explores everything from design trends and home tours to lifestyle product recommendations, including writing her monthly column, “What’s in My Cart.”