Best Black Friday deals today: Beats, AirPods, Hulu and more on sale
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These are the top Black Friday deals we're seeing right now.
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Black Friday is tomorrow -- but also today. Major retailers from Target to Amazon to Best Buy to Walmart are already offering big discounts. Lots of these Black Friday 2021 offers can be had right now at the best prices of the week, and they won't get cheaper once Thanksgiving is over. We've been scouring the deals and gathering the best Black Friday savings from Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart and a ton of other retailers and manufacturers right here, so you can see exactly what's worth your money and what you should avoid.

So let's jump right in -- here's our roundup of the best deals available right now.

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David Carnoy/CNET With the arrival of Beats new Fit Pro earbuds, I assumed we'd see some nice discounts on the earlier and less feature-rich Beats Studio Buds, which list for $150, or only $50 less than the new $200 Beats Fit Pro. I predicted we might see their price dip to $100 and sure enough, that's what their price is (and a new low). The Beats Studio Buds look a lot like the rumored stemless AirPods that people were talking about but never materialized -- as AirPods anyway. Geared toward both iOS and Android users, they're missing a few key features on the Apple side of things (there's no H1 or W1 chip), but they're small, lightweight earbuds that are comfortable to wear and offer good sound. They fit most ears securely, including mine -- I run with them without a problem -- but others may find a better fit with the Beats Fit Pro and their integrated wing tips. They're a Black Friday deal of the day at Best Buy, Amazon and Walmart, but Amazon is one-upping its competitors by also offering a $10 Amazon gift card at check out with the code BYZPPJADUODB at checkout. The deal is set to expire at the end of the day. Read Beats Studio Buds review.

Angela Lang/CNET Hulu's Black Friday deal returns, and it's open to nearly everyone -- new subscribers and anyone who's been away for…
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