‘Tis the season for Black Friday shopping, but here at Inhabitat we are determined to turn this year’s shopping event green. While some people might grumble about Black Friday, we think it is the perfect opportunity to save money on sustainable items, especially appliances, for your home. It’s also a great time to stock up on eco-friendly gifts for everyone you love without blowing your holiday budget. We’ve searched through ads galore in order to share some great green deals for Black Friday 2018 with you.

Man and child on a mattress

Give the gift of a good night’s sleep with My Green Mattress

The perfect formula for a great green gift is something eco-friendly (obviously), durable and practical with a touch of luxury (without costing you a fortune). It should also be something that your intended recipient might not think to buy for themselves. Unless they are waking up with back pain every day, most people don’t think to replace their mattress. Surprise your loved ones with an organic, non-toxic mattress from My Green Mattress. Not only will this help them sleep better and breathe easier, but it is also a gift that keeps on giving — they’ll be thanking you for many years to come! Best of all, My Green Mattress is offering some incredible deals — up to $200 off your purchase — for Black Friday.

glass storage containers in a fridge

Stock up on $10 glass storage container sets at JCPenney

Now is the time to stock up on glass storage containers. Plastic can leak dangerous chemicals into your food, especially when heated. Glass provides a safer, more sustainable alternative that will last for years. These containers are great for packing lunches or meal prepping. At JCPenney on Black Friday, the prices for Pyrex storage container sets range from $9.99 to $14.99 (after a mail-in rebate).

blue building with yellow IKEA sign

Take $25 off a purchase of $100 or more at IKEA

If you didn’t know already, IKEA is actually a treasure trove of eco-friendly products. All of its lighting uses LEDs, and the company even offers several solar-powered lights. You can also find reusable zipping bags for food, handmade rugs and more than enough plants to turn your place into a paradise. IKEA is also working toward using 100 percent renewable energy, so it’s not a bad time to stock up on green products while saving money and supporting a sustainable company.

smart thermostat on wall above shelf of plants

Score major deals on smart home technology at Lowe’s

Lowe’s has announced it will offer the Nest Learning Thermostat for $70 off on Black Friday. It’s a great time to grab a smart thermostat, as these devices can help you conserve energy and save money all winter long. If you aren’t in the market for a smart thermostat, Lowe’s is also offering GE Smart Bulb Bundles for only $25 (originally $55). Smart lights are great energy savers, so now is the time to upgrade the lights in your home. They also make excellent, eco-minded gifts.

Related: 4 things you need to know about smart thermostats

white kitchen with steel cabinets and energy-efficient appliances

Get the best deals on energy-efficient appliances at Home Depot

Update your kitchen and laundry room with some impressive deals at Home Depot. The store is offering hundreds of ENERGY STAR appliances for up to 40 percent off, and you can save up to $500 on top of that by bundling. If you will be getting rid of old appliances, check with ENERGY STAR to recycle them and earn rebates.

full-height bookshelf with large open space where a flat-screen TV sits

Find ENERGY STAR televisions for as low as $80 at Target

When most people think of Black Friday, they tend to picture hoards of people battling over deeply-discounted televisions. This year, you can nab an ENERGY STAR television (specifically, a Polaroid 32-inch) for as low as $80 at Target. You can also check ENERGY STAR to see if the television you have your eyes on is energy-efficient. Either way, you’ll definitely want to get there early — these are the deals everyone will want.

Happy shopping!

Images via My Green Mattress, Nest, Jeremy LevineSiniz Kim, Freestocks and Shutterstock