Black Friday is going to look a little different this year with stores closing down and public health protocols in place. Apparently that also means it starts way earlier, as Amazon's Black Friday 2020 deals are already here and it's only the middle of October.

While it might seem a little early for this annual event, the retail landscape has changed because of the COVID-19 pandemic and lots of stores have closed pushing more people to online shopping.

This year, the retail giant is having a Holiday Dash deals event with savings on everything from toys to fashion to electronics to home decor and more.

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October 16

Amazon's Black Friday deals start

New deals will become available every day so if something on your list isn't discounted today, it might be later on.

The company said that this savings event will make it easy for people to get everything they need earlier than ever.

It truly is earlier than ever because last year there were pre-Black Friday deals at the beginning of November and more sales at the end of the month.

Shopping online sooner rather than later might actually be your best bet because Canada Post is asking Canadians to do exactly that to reduce delays.

While Amazon always has big deals around this time of year, Jagmeet Singh isn't a fan and has repeatedly called out the company and Jeff Bezos.

 
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