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Black Friday is a great opportunity to keep critical costs down for your small business. Although Black Friday is normally associated with crazed Christmas shoppers trying to cram all their holiday shopping into one day, it is also a time when businesses can get big savings on the tools and supplies necessary for their work.
We’ve gathered together the best B2B deals this Black Friday. But these deals come and go quickly so you need to check back often and act fast when you see something you need.
Best Black Friday Deals for Small Businesses and Home Offices
- Amazon Black Friday Deals: Amazon is a great source for business needs: from computers and furniture to janitorial supplies. And many of these products are cut by 50% or more from Black Friday through Cyber Monday.
- Adobe Creative Cloud – Get Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator & the rest for 25-65% less
- Business Prime (from Amazon): Get free shipping, quantity discounts, approval workflows, tax exemptions, and a lot more for just $179 per year. Or get Amazon for Business for free, which includes many great benefits like free shipping on orders over $25, budgeting analytics, and business-exclusive deliveries. Read our Amazon Prime overview.
- Quickbooks: Intuit has been making small business accounting easier with Quickbooks. This Black Friday they are offering a phenomenal deal on easy-to-use accounting software: 70% off Quickbooks Online, Quickbooks Payroll, and Quickbooks Self-Employed. Act fast because this deal ends Dec 1st!
- Udemy: Most small business owners are looking for easy ways to expand their skillset. This Black Friday, Udemy is offering full courses for just $9.99! Get this great deal on Financial Accounting (normally $149.99) or Digital Marketing (normally $199.99) or many others. Sign-up now; this deal only lasts through Nov 29th.
- Constant Contact: Keeping in touch with your visitors, customers, and subscribers is vital. You can do that with Constant Contact’s email marketing solution at half-price this Black Friday. Automate e-mail responses, create e-mail marketing funnels, and customize your messages with 50% off until Nov 27th! See the further details of the deal here.
- OptinMonster: Before you invest in e-mail marketing software, you need to acquire some subscribers. OptinMonster is a premium lead generation tool that allows you to convert often unconvertable visitors into future customers. Get 35% off their drag-and-drop builder to create geo-targeted campaigns and smart on-page lead generation triggers.
- Use the promo code BF2019 to get your 35% discount. The deal lasts until December 6th.
- Envato Market: From ready-made websites to tutorials, and hundreds of other digital assets, it is very likely that Envato Market has something your small business needs. Envato assets can be great in quality, cheaper than hiring a developer, and delivered instantly. Save up to 50% off on themes, templates, ready-made code, plugins, video templates, audio & music, and graphics assets until December 3rd.
- WooCommerce: Multi-functional e-commerce templates and extension are all on sale this Black Friday. Get 40% off all WooCommerce extensions and templates, while also saving 20% on all WordPress E-Commerce plans. If you want to get an online store up quickly and easily, don’t wait around. These deals end on December 2nd.
STOCK PHOTO DEALS
- 123rf – Save up to 25% on all stock photos.
- Dreamstime – Save up to 50% on all stock photo credits & subscriptions .
- Deposit Photos – “secret sale” for Black Friday – signup to claim.
EMAIL MARKETING DEALS
- Aweber – 25% off all new email marketing when you signup for 12 months.
- Get Response – Save 40% off on email marketing services.
- Keap (aka InfusionSoft) – Save up to $600/year on new subscriptions.
Black Friday and Small Business Saturday are great times to save on all your small business and home office needs. But you need to stay on your toes! Check back here often to spot new deals.
Small Business Saturday FAQs
Here are some answers to popular questions about Small Business Saturday.
What is the purpose of Small Business Saturday?
Small Business Saturday’s purpose is twofold. First, it promotes the idea that shopping at smaller stores during the holiday season can help your local community businesses thrive despite massive global competition.
Second, Small Business Saturday is often an extension of the time period where Black Friday deals are offered. That means you can take advantage of Black Friday promotions for one extra day.
What company started Small Business Saturday?
American Express started Small Business Saturday in 2010 to promote local businesses and retailers trying to compete with big box stores during the holiday season. Amex put their marketing might behind the idea that “shopping small” for the holidays helps everyone in your local community — businesses and customers alike.
How can I promote my own small business on Saturday?
If you own a small business or an e-commerce website, you can take advantage of AmEx’s promotion by using Small Business Saturday social media hashtags, posting promotional web pages for deals at your company, and taking out ads with local publications. Even while gaining business for yourself, you’ll be helping other local businesses too.