Holiday Gift Guide

10 great holiday gifts you can get on deep discount

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Holiday expenses can add up quickly, but, if you're smart about where and when you shop, you can snag some great deals.

CNBC searched to come up with 10 fabulous holiday gift ideas that you'll find on sale now or over Black Friday weekend.

We also included any coupon codes currently available from Dealnews that could knock the price down even more.

An electric kettle


Price: $29.99, free shipping, use the coupon code "92Y79Y87" to get it for $23.99
Buy now: 1.7L Electric Kettle

Everyone loves a cozy cup of hot chocolate or tea in the winter. Making one will never be easier with an electric kettle.

And small kitchen appliances are a good bet when it comes to Black Friday shopping, Dealnews reports.

A crock-pot


Price: $49.99, free shipping

Buy now: Crock-pot

Like hot cocoa, it's hard to say no to a warm crock-pot soup or stew in the winter. This multi-cooker lets you slow cook, pressure cook or steam.

A pasta roller


Price: $54.99, free shipping, use the coupon code "DNEWSPASTA5" to get it for $49.99
Buy now: Pasta roller attachment

Another kitchen appliance you may score a deal on is a pasta roller. Who doesn't like fresh pasta sheets from scratch?

A throw


Price: $8.99, use the coupon codes "SAVEBIG15" and "SLICKHOME" to get it for $6.87
Buy now: Supersoft plush throw

Available in a variety of styles, this warm throw is perfect for the couch or the car. And you can get it for under $10 if you shop now. According the Dealnews, the deal only lasts until November 22.

Fire TV stick


Price: $39.99, free shipping
Buy now: Fire TV stick with Alexa voice remote

Now is a good the time to stock up on Amazon-branded gadgets, Dealnews reports, including the the FireTV Stick, which reached an all-time low of $30 last year. This streaming media tool allows access to Netflix, Hulu, HBO NOW, YouTube, Amazon Video and more.

Amazon Kindle


Price: $49.99, free shipping
Buy now: Kindle E-reader

For the voracious readers on your list, you can pick up an Amazon Kindle 6" for a low price this week.

A one-year MoviePass subscription

Price: $6.95 a month (billed annually at $89.95)
Buy now: MoviePass

Give unlimited movies for a year with MoviePass, which allows users to see one movie per day in over 4,000 U.S. theaters. The pass is on sale for a limited time.

A new smartphone

Customers check the new iPhone X in London.
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Price: Varies (check Dealnews' top Black Friday phone picks)

Whether you're shopping Apple or Android, you can save hundreds on Smartphones over Black Friday. The iPhone 8 will come with gift cards of up to $250, and even the iPhone X will be on sale.


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Price: Varies

You can never have too much wine over the holidays. And, if you do your research, you can find some great deals on wine for Black Friday.

Last year, offered 10 percent off orders of $99 or more, and Astor Wine offered its once-a-year sale on Cyber Monday: a 15 percent off sitewide discount, Dealnews reports.

Their dream trip

Airplane flying above the clouds
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Price: Varies (check out Dealnews' 2017 Black Friday travel predictions)

According to Dealnews, Cyber Monday is an ideal time to book flights and hotels.

Right now, WOW Air is offering roundtrip flights to Scandinavia and Europe from select cities in the U.S. for as low as $200 and Frontier Airlines is offering discounted fares on 99 one-way routes starting at $20.

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Disclosure: These items have been handpicked by our editorial team. CNBC has affiliate relationships with some retailers so in some cases, if you purchase an item from one of our gift guides, we may get a small share of the revenue from your purchase. This holiday season, the proceeds will be donated to the Council for Economic Education, which supports economic and financial education.

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