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Black Friday 2019 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.


Amazon has lots of deals, of course. They have lots of general market Kindle deals. And I’m trying to keep track of the Christian book deals here.

Banner of Truth has a few special offers, including some older and some newer works. You may also want to browse through their Christmas flyer.


CBD has tons of stuff on sale today. Highlights include the ESV Illuminated Scripture Journal, ESV Study Bible in black leather and hardcover. The Jesus Storybook Bible is down to $5.


The excellent Circle device (which helps manage your home internet for your kids and teens) is discounted $40 with code CIRCLE40.


Crossway has a sale for their Crossway+ members (which is a free subscription). It opens up 50% off on children’s books and ESV Study Bibles.

The Good Book Company

The Good Book Company is promises deals via their Twitter account.


Ligonier is having a $5 Black Friday sale with a wide variety of books and resources on sale.


Logos has quite a lot of deals today, including 30–70% off commentaries, bundles, and resources.

New Growth Press

New Growth Press has many of their books for both kids and adults discounted.

Olive Tree

Olive Tree has lots of books and resources on sale.

Reformation Heritage Books

Reformation Heritage Books has quite a lot of their books on sale.

Shepherd Press

Shepherd Press has 30% off everything in their store.

Westminster Books

Westminster Books has 25 bestsellers at up to 67% off.

Missional Wear

Missional Wear is offering a selection of their most popular products for 50%-70% off along with other great discounts.

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