CLEVELAND (WJW) — Whether you enjoy waiting with (and fighting) the masses to enter an actual store or prefer opening your laptop at home, there is a Black Friday deal for you this year.

Through the years, Black Friday has moved far beyond one shopping day, yet the Friday after Thanksgiving remains the largest deal day of them all.

Here’s a pretty thorough list of national stores and sites participating in Black Friday in 2022 (note, many of the items on sale are only available in limited quantities, so plan accordingly):

Amazon

Amazon.com began offering Black Friday-worthy deals in October, and is currently offering “Early Black Friday” deals on everything from laptops to ice makers to kid’s toys. Their official Black Friday deals kick off on Thanksgiving morning just after midnight. Find out more about the discounts right here.

Bath & Body Works

The fragrance company is keeping its Black Friday deals under wraps at this time, but is asking all fans of deals to sign up for their email and text lists to learn more. They did say they plan to bring back their Black Friday Box.

Bed, Bath and Beyond

The store is offering what they’re calling Early Black Friday through Saturday, Nov. 19. It’s days worth of savings, with deals for kitchen items, Christmas decorations, bedding, and, as the store’s name makes clear, beyond. Check out the store’s holiday catalogue right here.

Best Buy

Black Friday deals started back in October for this big box store and are continuing right now. But the week of Thanksgiving, Best Buy will start another round of deals lasting all week, instead of one day. Find out more about their Black Friday deals right here. Stores will be closed nationwide on Thanksgiving.

Big Lots

Big savings is going down at Big Lots on Thanksgiving and Black Friday. Find out more

Cabela’s/Bass Pro Shops

Starting Nov. 21, savers can get plenty of deals at these outdoors gear shops. Gear perfect for hunting and fishing and staying warm is all going on sale. Take a full look at all of the deals right here. Stores reportedly open at 8 a.m. on Thanksgiving and 5 a.m. on Black Friday.

Costco

Come Black Friday weekend (which includes Thanksgiving, but only online), the company is offering quite the smorgasbord of deals in-warehouse and online, including on wine refrigerators, TVs and diamond jewelry. Starting now, you can get early Black Friday deals as well. Check out the savings right here.

Dick’s Sporting Goods now carries several specialty outdoor products, including Solo Stoves and Ooni Pizza Ovens, some of which may go on sale on Black Friday.

Dick’s Sporting Goods

Offering up to 50% off for select items right now on its site in honor of Early Black Friday, the sporting goods store continues to offer Black Friday deals all week long.

Home Depot

Black Friday deals are being offered now through the end of November at this home improvement store. A large range of items such as saws, bedding, smokers and cabinetry are offered at discounted prices, as seen right here. Home Depot stores open at 6 a.m. on Friday and are closed on Thanksgiving.

JCPenney

The department store is offering deals for the whole family all through November, but especially on Black Friday. We’re talking bedding, cookware and affordable clothing options, with doors opening on the main day at 5 a.m. Stores are closed on Thanksgiving. Check out the store’s Black Friday ad scan right here.

Kohl’s

The week of Black Friday, Kohl’s is offering a slew of deals. The store is closed on Thanksgiving, but will be open on Black Friday at 5 a.m. Expect huge online savings, both of those days. Check out a sneak peek of the Black Friday ad right here.

Lowe’s

You can find Black Friday Month deals going on every day now through Nov. 30. From tools to spendy appliances, find out more right here.

Macy’s

This year, the department store is offering deals for the entire week of Black Friday (Sunday-Saturday). Closed on Thanksgiving, they open up at 6 a.m. for actual Black Friday. Find the full ad catalogue right here.

Mattress Firm

Head to their website now to see Black Friday deals on select styles, including being able to score a king bed at a queen price. Check out their Black Friday stock and doorbusters right here.

Michael’s

For those into crafting and making art and who also may be in need of holiday decorations, Michael’s has got you covered Wednesday-Sunday of Black Friday week. Offering up to 70% off on many items throughout the store, including Christmas trees and picture frames, you can also find holiday gifts for the creatives on your list. Find the full ad here.

Nordstrom

Nordstrom is offering “holiday” deals now through Nov. 29, which can be found here. But actual Black Friday deals begin on Friday, Nov. 18. The high-end department store is offering deals on everything from Ugg boots to expensive blow dryers and expect stores to have even more.

Old Navy

Stylish-yet-cheap clothes for the whole family are constantly on sale at this store, and Black Friday is no different. Take a look at the current early Black Friday sales and find out more about the actual Black Friday through Cyber Monday sales right here.

Target

Target is another store staying closed Thanksgiving Day with plans to be open on Nov. 25, Black Friday. However, you can find daily/weekly Black Friday deals on their website right now, including items like TVs, expensive headphones and gear for babies.

Walmart

Walmart is offering new Black Friday deals each week in November, beginning on their website on Mondays at 7 p.m. (Walmart Plus members can get access at noon), and continues in stores at 6 a.m. Wednesdays. The store is closed Thanksgiving. Find out more about the company’s upcoming deals, which include Apple products and blenders and kid’s toys, right here.

Wayfair

Although the homeware website is famous for its deals, they’re already offering Black Friday sales of up to 80% off. The sale on everything from huge couches to holiday decor is happening through the end of the month. Find out more right here.

Look for updates to this list as more deals are announced closer to Black Friday.