Black Friday leaf blower deals 2024: how to grab a bargain deal on Ryobi, Greenworks and more next year

Black Friday leaf blower deals | person using a leaf blower on autumn leaves in a yard.
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Perhaps the Black Friday leaf blower deals of 2023 passed you by? If they did, then don't worry, check out what we've got to say in this handy info guide, and you'll be ready to grab an amazing saving next year. 

When it comes to yard tools, the leaf blower is a pretty essential piece of kit to have in your arsenal. They can be incredibly useful for all kinds of yard tasks and cleaning chores, from tackling the fallen leaves on your lawn, to blowing dust and dirt out of your garage.

No keen gardener's tool kit is complete without a decent leaf blower. That's why we've been keeping an eye out for where, when and how to secure the Black Friday leaf blower deals when they land - and we're sharing this info with you.

Below, you'll find all the information you'll need to access the holiday sale of the year, including some quick links to shop if you can't wait until Black Friday 2024. We also have some advice around list pricing, to help you figure out your budget and ascertain whether a discounted price you've seen is genuinely a good deal or not.

Want to be in the know? Read on to discover our best tips, tricks and recommendations for buying one of the best leaf blowers at a discounted price during the Black Friday sales.

Black Friday leaf blower deals and sales

Black Friday leaf blower deals: quick links

If you need to replace an old leaf blower, or add a brand-spanking new one to your tool shed, check out our A-Z below of the stores and brands selling leaf blowers, to find yourself a killer deal, even outside of the sale season. Remember: if the deals don't take your fancy right away, make a list of the items you want and come back for them nearer to Black Friday itself.

Black Friday leaf blower deals: Dates & details

When to expect Black Friday leaf blower deals?

Black Friday is the best time to buy a leaf blower. This fall/latter part of the year tends to be the better time to buy, as it's an opportunity for resellers and brands to clear out any old stock and make way for seasonal newness, which tends to land at this time of year. 

It's also perfect timing, as Black Friday is in November, so by then you will probably be considering how to get rid of leaves from your yard - it's the type of purchase you can start benefitting from straight away, and you can even use the most powerful leaf blowers to help blow snow from your car and driveway as winter approaches.

New leaf blower stock tends to land in early spring, so we'll see some more offers for Presidents Day sales - although the prices won't be as cheap as Black Friday, so it's definitely worth making the most of those special prices.

Where to shop for Black Friday leaf blower deals

As you probably already know, it's pretty easy to search the web and see results for leaf blowers from lots and lots of retailers and resellers. So whilst you are indeed spoilt for choice, sometimes this abundance of choice and options can be overwhelming, especially if you're a first time buyer and don't know where to start. 

To help, we can recommend checking out Amazon, Best Buy and The Home Depot for the best selection of leaf blowers. If you have a favorite brand, or you know what you want, head directly to their site to see what they have on offer for you - they may be some web exclusives.

Are Black Friday leaf blower deals any good?

Yes, definitely. Black Friday is pretty much the biggest shopping event of the year, and online shopping is definitely where it's at to score a great deal.

During this time - Black Friday deals last for a little over a week at the end of November every year - we saw some great discounts on leaf blowers, with many being reduced down to their lowest ever price. These discounts then stick around for a while for Cyber Monday - but this is all dependent on stock, and not every brand goes as all-in for Cyber Monday, as they do for Black Friday - so we think Black Friday is definitely the best time of year to buy for leaf blowers. 

Are Black Friday leaf blower deals better than after Christmas leaf blower deals?

Black Friday leaf blower deals start to pop up in the weeks leading up to the event, with many leaf blowers being discounted well in advance. These discounts continue through Cyber Week and the weeks thereafter. It's likely that by the time we get to the after-Christmas leaf blower sales, there will be deeper discounts across all makes  of leaf blowers, as a final push from resellers and brands to shift older models.

If prices have marginally increased after Black Friday, as they sometimes do, we can expect to see them drop back down to Black Friday levels, or even lower, with some leaf blowers going into clearance. 

Black Friday leaf blower deals: Buying advice

How to know if you're getting a good Black Friday leaf blower deal

Firstly, the best way to tell if a deal is good or not, is to check the brand that it's with; the bigger the brand, the more legit the deal will be, as they have their brand identity to protect and want to keep their loyal customers happy by providing savings. Don't just prioritise the lowest price; read as many reviews as you can too, across different websites - this will give you a clearer picture of the leaf blower's quality.

Here at Top Ten Reviews, we love a price comparison tool, and find that camelcamelcamel and Honey are both great at tracking price history for one item across different websites. This is great for giving you insight into whether this item has been discounted much before, and if it's down to its lowest-ever price. 

Pricing history via Honey of the Syngar backpack leaf blower

A graph showing the pricing history over the last 120 days (via Honey) of the SYNGAR Gas Backpack Leaf Blower at Walmart.  (Image credit: Honey)

How much can a Black Friday leaf blower deal cost?

Leaf blowers are typically a relatively affordable product, but of course, the price can vary largely depending on the make and model you're going for, and the type of power source you want to use. As well as this, the brand/manufacturer will also influence the price, with 'bigger' brands tending to be more expensive.

The most important thing for you though is to nail down what type of leaf blower you want, then to set yourself a budget - that way it's easier to hone in on the perfect leaf blower. There are some major points to consider before shopping for a new leaf blower. First up: gas, mains, or battery power? Most blowers are now either battery or mains-powered, as more people move away from gas-powered yard tools for environmental reasons.  

The big difference is that battery-powered options will cost you a little more upfront because you're buying a battery as part of the deal - but this could end up saving you more money in the long run, as lots of brands have interchangeable batteries, that can be used with other products from that brand's range, like string trimmers, mowers, etc. So one battery for multiple products could be a super convenient move for you. For a battery-powered leaf blower, you can expect to pay between $100 - $250 in general, although, unless it's on offer, we wouldn't recommend dipping much lower than $90, if you want good quality that will last.

On the other hand, generally, mains-powered models will offer a little bit more power - so it depends on the leaf blower uses that fit your yard needs, especially if you want a blower that can be used all year round for general cleaning purposes, like blowing out dust-clogged air vents and even drying your car. Again, for one of these you can expect to pay between $100 - $250 depending on the brand.

For larger yards/bigger jobs, gas powered leaf blowers are preferable, as they often use the back-pack design style, that offers the user more comfort and therefore more longevity during use. As these models are larger and tend to be more powerful, you can expect to pay between $250 - $450 for one.

Olivia Bevan
TTR Staff Writer

Olivia Bevan, a 2020 Durham University graduate in Modern Languages & Cultures, is passionate about French and German. She lived in Heidelberg and Strasbourg during her studies, developing a love for languages. She enjoys writing reviews, watching a variety of films, and dreams of owning a Ragdoll or Maine Coon cat.

With contributions from
  • TTR Features Editor, Large Appliances