19 Black Friday Deals Under $50 (2020): Cases, Speakers, Leggings, and More

We have a cat accessories guide in the works, and spoiler alert, we love both Catit Water Fountains we tested. If your cat seems disinterested in their water bowl (and attracted to the faucet), they may prefer a fountain. The all-plastic version has a cute detachable flower that can be set up for three water flow settings. The stainless steel-topped fountain only has one flow setting, but it still works well and the top is dishwasher-safe. We recommend cleaning both options often since plastic can get dingy. You’ll also need to regularly replace the filters (which are also 25 percent off right now, including the rest of Catit’s products).

Colgate Hum Battery-Powered Smart Toothbrush for $45 ($20 off)


The Colgate Hum is an electric brush done right—you don’t need to stare at your phone every time you brush your teeth to map your progress and get feedback—and it’s cheaper than most smart brushes out there. This deal is only under $50 for the battery-operated version on Amazon (now $45); the rechargeable version is $60 with this sale. Prices are always more expensive on Amazon than on Colgate’s site but today these sale prices are $5 and $10 less, respectively, on Amazon than Colgate’s site.

Disposable Face Masks for $8 ($22 off)


This pack of face masks fell to the same price on Amazon Prime Day. Disposable face masks are not the most environmentally friendly option—we do recommend investing in some reusable masks—but these are lightweight and effective. They’re a good option if you’re prone to dreaded mascne.

Lifestraw for $16 ($4 off)


If you hike, camp, or have a disaster kit at the ready, a LifeStraw is a good thing to include. It filters contaminated water without batteries or other accessories. We’ve seen it dip to $10 before, so you may want to wait and see if the price dips even more.

Truth or Drink for $25 ($10 off)


Truth or Drink has gained popularity on the internet for being dirty, funny, and slightly cringe-worthy. It includes five packs of cards with questions ranging from tame to NSFW. We’re all stuck inside, might as well get to know everyone in the house really well.

Beauty and Clothing Deals

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Girlfriend Collective Compressive High-Rise Legging for $40 ($27 off)

Girlfriend Collective

I never thought I’d spend more than $10 on leggings, and then I tried these. They’re high-waisted (I have a long torso and most “high-waist” pants barely reach my belly button), aren’t see-through, and you won’t be pulling them up or readjusting as you move. They’re also made of 25 plastic bottles and 79 percent recycled polyester, and comes in recycled packaging. Once you’ve outgrown or have thoroughly worn them out, you can send them back to Girlfriend Collective to be recycled again (and you’ll get a gift card).

If you don’t need high-waisted leggings, there’s also mid-rise leggings on sale for $34; everything else is 30 percent off, like the Paloma Bra I also love.

All TreadBands for $10 ($8+ off)


WIRED staff writer Parker Hall loves these sweatbands. They keep sweat out of your eyes and are sized for all heads (headbands tend to be based on women’s sizes). Plus, all TreadBands include a tiny rubberized strip in the front, which keeps it in place while you run.

Black Friday Retailer Pages

Here are some of the other major sales going on right now. Check out our Black Friday tips for more advice.

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