November hasn't even started yet and Best Buy has already kicked off its early Black Friday deals. Sure, the retailer had a number of "Black Friday guaranteed" prices on its website already, but a slew of new deals are available today through November 1. Among them are some of our favorite headphones and earbuds as well as Amazon devices that were discounted last week for a limited time -- some of those deals are back. Feel free to shop the entire sale but we sifted through the batch and picked out the best deals we could find to make things a bit easier for you. Our favorite pair of wireless ANC headphones is down to a new all-time low. Sony's excellent WH-1000XM4 headphones are $278 right now, which is $72 off their normal price.
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SAVE $46: As of Oct. 22, Best Buy is running an early Black Friday deal where you can get a third-gen Amazon Echo Dot (normally $49.99) and a free Sengled smart bulb (normally $14.99) for just $18.99 -- a 71% total savings. Amazon's third-gen Echo Dot never officially sold out on Prime Day, but you may recall that its pricing was so good during the two-day annual shopping event -- 62% off, baby-- that several variants were back-ordered through early December. With that in mind, we've got some good news and some bad news to share. First, the bad (because it's 2020 and you're probably sort of used to it by now): The bestselling smart speaker from 2018 is back up to $39.99 on Amazon and all four colors are now back-ordered as late as Dec. 16, with estimated delivery dates as far back as Dec. 31 even with speedy Prime shipping. SEE ALSO: Black Friday is going to be weird this year -- and that's a good thing But all is not lost: The good news is that Best Buy now has the Echo Dot on sale at its Prime Day pricing, and three variants are ready to ship out ASAP. (That's basically the retailer equivalent of a power move.)
Before talking about prospects for AI in the retail and CG sector, let's first look at some macro trends triggered by Covid-19, that point at a tectonic shift in the contours and operating model of this industry. Statista predicts that global e-commerce sales is expected to touch $6.5 trillion by 2023 which is staggering especially when the first documented online sale happened just 25 years ago in 1994. Not just pre-Covid online buyers increasing their online buy by 45% as per a recent BCG study, the same report also suggests that a staggering 20 % of buyers are first time online buyers. Myntra sees a 86% increase in customers from Tier2 and Tier3 cities and as per Unicommerce data, Tier3 cities clocked a 53% increase in online buying. Unicommerce further predicts that the unique number of online shoppers annually in tier-II and beyond cities to go up to 170 million over the next three years from the current 50 million.