Here’s a roundup of major Canadian 2018 Black Friday/Cyber Monday tech deals

Here is a list of each major Canadian carrier and retailer that's offering Black Friday tech deals

Canada Black Friday deals

Given that so many retailers are holding Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales, it can be difficult to stay on top of all of the tech deals. That’s especially true for big businesses like Amazon or Walmart that sell a plethora of products outside of electronics.

With that in mind, MobileSyrup has rounded up all of the major Black Friday and Cyber Monday tech deals, broken down by retailers and carriers.



Montreal-based Bell and its flanker brand Virgin are offering Black Friday phone deals until November 26th. Some of the phones on sale include the iPhone XR, Samsung Galaxy S9 and Huawei Mate 20 Pro.

Customers who buy a 2018 Samsung Galaxy phone from Bell or Virgin will get a free pair of Gear Icon X headphones.

Activating any Android smartphone on a two-year plan gets you a free pair of wireless JBL headphones if you activate it in a Bell store.

Virgin is offering bonus gift cards ranging from $100-$150 CAD with the purchase of select phones

A breakdown of both carriers’ offers can be found here.


Nova Scotia-based regional carrier Eastlink is currently offering 5GB of bonus data on select plans for Black Friday, as well as a free Google Home Mini with the purchase of an LG G7 One.

Find more about these deals here.

Freedom Mobile

Toronto-based regional carrier Freedom Mobile is going big for Black Friday with its ‘Big Binge Bonus’ promotion. Available to both new and existing customers, the promo offers 100GB of bonus data to a $60 Freedom Mobile two-year plan with a new handset.

More details can be found here.


Telus’ flanker brand is doing Black Friday a little differently from its parent company. This year, Koodo is holding an equivalent ‘Bright Friday’ sale on phones, which offers handsets like the LG G7 ThinQ, Samsung Galaxy S9+ and iPhone XR for $0 on select plans.

For Cyber Monday Koodo is offering the same phones for $0, but it’s also adding a bill credit ranging from $50-$150 CAD on select devices.

Find out more about Koodo’s Black Friday deals here.


Toronto-based Rogers and its Fido flanker brand are holding Black Friday deals from November 23rd to the 26th. Most notably, the carriers are throwing in a free Lenovo Smart Display unit with the activation of any Android device (except in Quebec).

Fido is also offering $100 bill credit on and new phone purchases made online. 

Users can also take advantage of a BYOD plan that will net you 10GB of data for $75 per month.

Rogers is offering a slightly better bill credit of $200 when you activate or upgrade a phone to a two-year plan online. The company is also waiving the $35 connection fee.

A list of Rogers and Fido deals can be found here.


Vancouver-based Telus is running its suite of Black Friday phone deals until November 26th, which include savings on the Google Pixel 3, iPhone XS Max and Samsung Galaxy Note 9.

Telus is promoting a deal that gives users a free pair of BeatsX wireless neckbuds with the online purchase or activation of an iPhone on a two-year plan.

More information can be found here.


Quebec regional carrier VidĂ©otron is ringing in Black Friday with a set of ‘Zen Friday’ deals that will run on November 23rd. Among other deals, you’ll be able to get the iPhone X and XR for $0 on select plans, along with bonus data on select plans.

Check out exactly what Vidéotron will offer on Zen Friday here.



Amazon actually kicked off its Black Friday deals right at the start of November, so you only have until November 23rd to take advantage of them. Save on everything from Samsung TVs and Amazon tablets to Sony headphones and robot vacuums.

Find out more here.

The company has also revealed its Cyber Monday offers early — a link to those can be found here.


For the first time in recent memory, Apple is holding Black Friday sales at its own retail locations. While products aren’t discounted, you can get an Apple Store gift card valued at up to $280 depending on what you buy.

Follow this link for more.

Best Buy

Electronics retail giant Best Buy is holding a suite of deals between November 21st and the 29th. Many of these offers are for Black Friday, such as discounted TVs and can be viewed here. Some other offers, meanwhile, are for the retailer’s VIP sale event, which takes place once every few months.

Learn more here.


Wholesale retailer Costco is holding a Black Friday phone sale where it gives bonus ‘Costco Cash’ in-store credit to be used towards later purchases, depending on how much you spend. The sales are valid from November 20th to the 26th.

More information is available here.

EB Games

Video game retailer EB Games will offer savings on a variety of games and related hardware from November 22nd to 26th. Some of the deals include discounted PlayStation 4 and PlayStation VR bundles, as well as $30 to $40 off games like Dragon Quest XI and Soul Calibur VI. 

See more here.

Microsoft Store

Microsoft is offering a slew of Black Friday deals on Xbox products and Surface devices. Among other deals, you can save up to $100 on an Xbox One X console or $150 on an Xbox One S, as well as $350 off Surface laptops.

Find out more here.

The Source

Bell-owned The Source doesn’t really have any mobile deals outside of discounted Apple and Samsung charging devices. However, the electronics retailer does have a variety of iPad and Samsung Galaxy tablets on sale, as well as several TVs and headphones. Deals run from November 22nd to 25th.

Learn more here.


While Staples doesn’t exclusively sell electronics, the office supplies retailer does have some deals on computers, tablets, routers and even a few smartphones. Deals run from November 23rd to the 26th.

More details can be found here.


Walmart is holding a general Black Friday sale on a variety of tech items, as well as a gaming-centric one that runs for a longer period of time. From November 23rd to 25th, you can save on smart home products, TVs and headphones.

Meanwhile, November 22nd to 25th will play host to the ‘4-Day Gaming Event’ that offers discounts on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation and Xbox hardware, among other products.

Find out more here.

Of course, you might not end up wanting to keep whatever you buy. In that case, be sure to follow this link for a breakdown of each retailer’s holiday return and exchange policy.

What are you looking to pick up during Black Friday this year? Have we missed any retailers that are noteworthy? Let us know in the comments.