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Black Friday 2022 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 (or to just buy great resources at significant discounts). I will update this list regularly throughout the weekend, so you may want to return to a few times. Be sure to check back on Monday for Cyber Monday deals.


Amazon has a huge variety of products discounted. From electronics to toys to games, there are deals across almost every category. Perhaps of greater interest is Kindle devices: the all-new Kindle, Paperwhite, and Oasis (which I find the best of them all) are all deeply discounted.

Westminster Books

Westminster Books has a lot of deals listed in their 2022 Christmas Gift Guide and Black Friday Deals which has discounts up to 68% off. Top deals include:

Christian Book Distributors

CBD has a wide-ranging Black Friday Sale that covers some really good books (and some really bad ones). I’ve sorted through it all to try to pull out some of the highlights. Separately, you can find a long list of Bibles that are on sale.


Logos has a number of deals you’ll want to look at if you are a user of their software. Among the highlights:

  • The Christ-Centered Exposition commentary series is down to $4.99 per volume (an ideal series for pastors or non-pastors alike)
  • The Pillar New Testament Commentary series is down to $9.99 each (this is my favorite and most-trusted commentary series)
  • There are lots of other books, bundles resources, and Mobile Ed products deeply discounted


10ofThose has discounts on a wide variety of books with some reaching as high as 76%.


Accordance is offering 25% off everything. Just enter coupon code 25-all at checkout to SAVE 25% off all items in your cart. You can use the code as often as you like.

Banner of Truth has a good number of books and other items discounted up to 50%. You can view the PDF flyer here.


Crossway is offering 60% off Men’s and Women’s Study Bibles.

Getty Music

Getty Music has deals on physical and downloadable products as well as tickets for their upcoming Christmas concerts.

Ligonier Ministries

Ligonier has a $5 Friday which a huge variety of books and teaching series available.

Missional Wear

Missional Wear has select products at up to 50% off, plus all items marked as in-stock and shipping now at 15% off using code CHALLIES15. That includes shirt deals, stocking stuffers, drinkware, etc.

New Growth Press

New Growth Press is offering 40% off many of their products with coupon code BLACK40.

Reformation Heritage Books

RHB’s Thanksgiving Week Sale has up to 65% off on a selection of great titles including Simonetta Carr’s Church History, a number of volumes from the Lectio Continua commentary series, as well as a number of book sets (like R.C. Sproul Signature Classics, etc).

The Gospel Coalition

TGC is offering a discount on conference registration along with 4 free books.

Truth for Life

Truth for Life has deals on book bundles, Alistair Begg devotionals, and an ESV that is marked down from $199 to $35.


Todd Friel’s Wretched has 50% off Wretched products. If you spend $50 you’ll get free shipping and a free copy of season one of the series Transformed.

Visual Theology

Visual Theology has some solid Black Friday Deals going on right now. All Advent materials are 25% off, and all memberships are 50% off with code black2022. It’s an excellent opportunity to download every poster, slideshow, handout, workbook, and more! These deals run through the end of the month. Also, since Advent starts in just two days, you can grab the annual countdown poster from Visual Theology in either full color or a version you can color each day. And new for this year is a complete coloring book! For 29 days, you’ll follow the Christmas story as told in four distinct aspects of the Gospel. Both for kids and adults, start your Advent countdown today! Subscribe to their newsletter, and you’ll get the first week of coloring pages for free.

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