Black Friday may still be just over a week away, but some retailers have already started discounting products - including internet retail giant Amazon.
The online superstore is ramping up the excitement for Black Friday by cutting prices on some of its flagship products a few days early.
Here are the Telegraph's top picks from Amazon's offers so far.
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The best of Amazon's early Black Friday deals
The recently updated Amazon Echo speaker has a two-and-a-half inch woofer, a tweeter and Dolby processing. It also has upgraded noise cancellation technology so it can hear your commands better from across the room.
Plus, it can be connected to other Echo speakers in your home to create a surround sound effect, and comes in an array of fabrics and finishes. Read our guide to all the Amazon Echos here.
Amazon Dash button
This product-reordering device is even cheaper than usual, with a 60 per cent discount for the Black Friday sales - meaning if you want to try out the new technology then this is the ideal time to buy. The Wi-Fi-connected device reorders products with the press of a button.
The most useful buttons are the ones that reorder the household basics that are always forgotten about: think washing machine tablets, pet food, surface cleaners and batteries. Users will also get a £4.99 discount on their first purchase with the button.
Fire HD 8 Kids Edition Tablet
With a saving of 31 per cent, this is a bargain worth bagging ahead of the festive period. With an eight-inch display, up to 12 hours of battery life and 32GB of space, this tablet comes with a durable, child-proof case and a free one-year subscription to Amazon Fire for Kids content.
Aimed at children aged 3 to 12, the content includes with thousands of books, educational apps, TV shows, games and films.
What to expect from Amazon this Black Friday
Amazon is releasing the rest of its deals this Friday so keep your eyes peeled, your phone charged and your credit card handy if you're planning on buying.
The online retailer has become well-known for its 'lightning deals', which give shoppers limited windows to access deals on specific products. This means some deals might only be available for an hour, while others will last the entire Black Friday sales period.