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Black Friday 2017 Deals for Christians

Black Friday 2017

While there are many places you can go today to find deals on electronics and other big-ticket items, I like to provide a place for Christian retailers to make their deals known to Christians who are trying to kick-start their Christmas shopping. I will update this list regularly throughout the weekend, so check back often. Be sure to check back on Monday for Cyber Monday deals.

Accordance

Accordance is offering 20% off everything, plus $10 store credit for every $100 spent.

Amazon

Kindle devices are on sale (as well as most other categories of device Amazon makes). You can check out their long list of Black Friday deals here. They’ve got computers, luggage, electronics, and on and on. They have a long list of Kindle books on sale here.

Banner of Truth has all ebooks at 50% off. Also, you can buy any 5 or more Puritan Paperbacks (physical version) and get them for 30% off.

Calvinist

The new movie Calvinist is 30% off in digital download formats.

Christian Audio

For Black Friday, Christian Audio is giving 50% off your entire audiobook order with code BLACKFRIDAY. Check back on Monday for Cyber Monday deals.

Circle

The Circle with Disney device that so many of us use to add a layer of protection to our home Internet is discounted today at Amazon.

CBD

Christian Book Distributors has a lot of stuff to sort through. It’s a mixed bag both in categories and quality. Highlights include ESV Reader’s Bible 6-Volume Set, ESV Illuminated Bible, Sing! by Keith & Kristyn Getty, Praying the Bible by Donald Whitney, The Collected Works of John Piper, New Morning Mercies by Paul Tripp, and The Reason for God and Prodigal God by Tim Keller (2 volumes in 1). Get free shipping with code JOY17.

Credo Courses

Credo Courses is offering 80% on their Apologetics package course.

Cruciform Press

Almost everything is 55% off at Cruciform Press.

Getty Music

Getty Music has lots of albums and other material on sale.

The Good Book Company

The Good Book Company has some top-notch deals on books, including the excellent “90 Days in” and “For You” Bible study series.

Ligonier

Ligonier Ministries has more than 80 items on sale today.

Logos

Logos has a number of items discounted for the day. It includes books by Tim Keller, various theology and commentary collections, and some of their Mobile Education courses. There’s also a 20% discount on the base packages if you’re just getting started with Logos.

Luther

Purchase the new Luther documentary at iTunes or Amazon for just $14.99. Watch it for free through Amazon Prime.

New Growth Press

New Growth Press has 25% off everything, plus some other deals that bring the discounts even higher.

Missional Wear

Missional Wear is offering a selection of their most popular products for 50% off along with other great discounts.

Reformation Heritage Books

Reformation Heritage Books has Thanksgiving Specials (which to me sound suspiciously like Black Friday specials). There’s a pretty good list of books and Bibles to sort through there.

Righteous Wretch

Righteous Wretch is offering 20% off their products.

Shepherd Press

Shepherd Press is offering 40% off your entire order with the coupon code THANKS.

Visual Theology

Our Visual Theology download are 50% off today.

Westminster Books

There are lots of good deals at Westminster Books, most of them from Crossway. They include books and Bibles, as you might expect. Highlights: The Whole Christ, ESV Study Bible, 12 Ways Your iPhone Is Changing You, This Changes Everything, etc.


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