The best Black Friday air purifier deals

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Updated on April 24, 2024
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Danny Ashton
Danny is the founder of HouseFresh and has been writing about air purifiers since 2010. He is our lead tester and reviewer, and is also the human in front of the camera in our YouTube channel.

Previously used as the name for just the shopping day after Thanksgiving, this year, Black Friday will run from Friday, November 17th until November 24th on Amazon.com.

Each day, we will look at which air purifiers have a great deal and update this list so you don’t have to waste time going through all the deals.

Tip

Unlike Prime Day, you don’t need to be an Amazon Prime member to access Black Friday Deals

Best Amazon Black Friday Deals from 16th November

Air PurifierDeal PriceSavings
Blueair Pro Price not available$77.28
Honeywell HPA300$217.76$49.99
Blueair 211i Max$290.44$109.69

Best Amazon Black Friday Deals from 17th November

Air PurifierDeal PriceSavings*
Coway Airmega 400$470.31$52.50
Shark HP201$269.95$29.50
Honeywell HPA104$117.93$54.84
Honeywell HPA-250$208.01$48.14
Coway Airmega 250$399.99$39.39

Best Amazon Black Friday Deals from 18th November

Air PurifierDeal PriceSavings*
Coway Airmega AP1512$204.64$90

Best Amazon Black Friday Deal from 19th November

Air PurifierDeal PriceSavings*
Dyson Purifier Hot+Cool™ HP07$549.99$68.01

Best Alen Black Friday Deal from 21st November

Air PurifierDeal PriceSavings*
Alen Flex$299$50

Best Amazon Black Friday Deal from 22nd November

Air PurifierDeal PriceSavings*HouseFresh Rating
Levoit Core 600S$249.99$40★★★★★
Levoit LV-H 126$29.99$50TBC
Shark HP102PET$129.99$45.83★★★★★
Levoit EverestAir$349.99$150★★★★★

1. Save $49.99: Honeywell HPA300

This deal is actually available until the 28th of November, and it brings this 300 CADR device for $209.99. This is the most powerful air purifier in the Honeywell HPA series and can provide 4.8 air changes per hour in spaces up to 465 sq ft. It is still squarely aimed at those on a budget as it has no extra smart feature like app support to auto-mode and has a truly simple system for switching on and adjusting the fan speeds.

In our performance test, it managed to clean our test room of all PM1 in 26 minutes but does get fairly loud on its highest fan speed, it hit 71.2dB

This could be the right device for those with larger spaces who don’t want any smart features.

HouseFresh rating:★★★☆☆
Time to clean our 728 cubic feet test room (with the device running at top speed):26 minutes
Air purifier technology:Activated Carbon pre-filter and True HEPA filter
Recommended room size (4.8 air changes per hour):465 sq. ft.
Clean air delivery rate (CADR):Dust: 320 CFM
Smoke: 300 CFM
Pollen: 300 CFM
Dimensions (in inches / in cm):20.8L x 10.83W x 22.38H inches (52.8L x 27.5W x 56.8H cm)
Weight (in pounds / in kg):17 lbs (7.7 kg)
Filter life:HEPA every 12 months, Pre-filters every 3 months
Noise level in decibels (measured from 3 ft. away with a sound level meter):Speed 1: 43.6 dB
Speed 2: 48.8 dB 
Speed 3: 53.9 dB
Speed 4: 59.5 dB
Electricity consumption in watts (recorded with an electricity usage monitor):Standby mode: 0 watts
Speed 1: 28.35 watts
Speed 2: 42.92 watts
Speed 3: 55.8 watts
Speed 4: 76.2 watts
Estimated running cost (electricity consumption + official filter replacement):$205.22 per year
Cost per CADR cfm (based on dust CFM as reported by AHAM):$0.84
Manufacturer’s warranty:5 years
Country of manufacture:China

2. Save 30%: Blueair 411a Max

The guys at Blueair.com have provided 30% off the upgraded 411a Max, which adds smart features to the 411 Auto we reviewed here. It uses HEPASilent to provide improved cleaning performance and it managed to clean our test room in a solid 43 minutes.

You will need to provide the code: “SAVENOW” at the checkout, but it will bring the price down to $97.99

Be aware this deal is available until December 1st, but as with all Black Friday deals, it won’t be available if it sells out before then.

HouseFresh rating:★★★★☆
Time to clean our 728 cubic feet test room (with the device running at top speed):43 minutes
Air purifier technology:3-stage True HEPASilent filter with activated charcoal
Recommended room size (4.8 air changes per hour):184 sq. ft.
Clean air delivery rate (CADR):Smoke: 119 CFM
Dust: 121 CFM
Pollen: 131 CFM
Dimensions (in inches / in cm):17H x 7.8W x 7.8D inches (43.18H x 19.812W x 19.812D cm)
Weight (in pounds / in kg):3.4 lbs (1.54 kg)
Filter life:6 months
Noise level in decibels (measured from 3 ft. away with a sound level meter):Speed 1: 35.8 dB
Speed 2: 41.9 dB
Speed 3: 52.3 dB
Electricity consumption in watts (recorded with an electricity usage monitor):Standby mode: 0 watts
Speed 1: 0.4 watts
Speed 2: 2.42 watts
Speed 3: 7.65 watts
Estimated running cost (electricity consumption + official filter replacement):$57.49 per year
Cost per CADR cfm (based on dust CFM as reported by AHAM):$0.60
Manufacturer’s warranty:1 year
Country of manufacture:Designed and engineered in Sweden, assembled in China

3. Coway Airmega AP1512

The Coway Airmegal AP1512 is a mouthful to say, but it has a very distinct design combined with a high level of air cleaning power with its CADR of 240 CFM, which can provide up to 4.8 air changes per hour in a space of up to 375 sq ft. When we tested it in our home lab, it removed all PM1 pollutants in 23 minutes. Its only downside is that it’s fairly power hungry and the activated carbon is just not as good as other models from brands like Levoit and Winx.

Be sure to check out our full review of this unit and see if you like the design, as it can quickly remove particles in medium-sized spaces. But you will want to look at different models if your main issue is odors, as the activated carbon is cheaper than I would like to see vs. the pelleted carbon you see with other air purifier brands. I expect this discount level will mean this unit will see quickly, so be sure to grab it early. It does use an ionizer, but you can switch it off via the button on top of the unit.

HouseFresh rating:★★★★☆
Time to clean our 728 cubic feet test room (with the device running at top speed):25 minutes
Air purifier technology:Pre-filter, True HEPA, Activated Carbon, and Bipolar Ionizer
Recommended room size (4.8 air changes per hour):362 sq. ft.
Clean air delivery rate (CADR):Dust: 247.7 CFM
Smoke: 233.6 CFM
Pollen: 232.2 CFM
Dimensions (in inches / in cm):18.3H x 16.8W x 9.6D inches (46.5H x 42.7W x 24.4D cm)
Weight (in pounds / in kg):12.34 lbs (5.60 kg)
Filter life:6 months
Noise level in decibels (measured from 3 ft. away with a sound level meter):Speed 1: 38.9 dB
Speed 2: 44.4 dB
Speed 3: 60.1 dB
Electricity consumption in watts (recorded with an electricity usage monitor):Standby mode: 0.3 watts
Speed 1: 3.7 watts
Speed 2: 8.7 watts
Speed 3: 75.3 watts
Estimated running cost (electricity consumption + official filter replacement):$195.79 per year
Cost per CADR cfm (based on dust CFM as reported by AHAM):$0.77
Manufacturer’s warranty:3 years
Country of manufacture:South Korea

4. Dyson Purifier Hot+Cool™ HP07

We got a chance to review the Dyson HP04, which is Dyson’s air purifier, fan and heater combo. Dyson offers a decent fan function and can turn 180 degrees to move this hot air around the room.

We have also put in the latest Dyson TP07 and were pleased to see its air cleaning performance jump to cleaning our test room in 49 minutes, which is much higher than the HP04 and what we would expect for the HP07, which is the same fan and air purifier but with the function of a heater too.

If the high price was putting you off, grab it now; with this discount, it will sell quickly.

5. Save $50: Alen BreathSmart Flex

The Flex is basically the Alen 45i without the ionizer or any of the smart features but the same Lifetime warranty (with filter subscription) and choice of filters you get with all the Alen air purifier range.

At just under $300 this is a good deal for a great built quality device. It cleaned our test room in 34 minutes, and even at its highest fan speed, it is only 50dB, which is much less than what we see with other air purifier brands.

HouseFresh rating:★★★★☆
Time to clean our 728 cubic feet test room (with the device running at top speed):34 minutes
Air purifier technology:H13 HEPA with an option for activated charcoal (Fresh, Odorcell and Heavy Smoke options available)
Recommended room size (4.8 air changes per hour):296 sq. ft.
Clean air delivery rate (CADR):Dust: 208.8 CFM
Smoke: 191 CFM
Pollen: 245.4 CFM
Dimensions (in inches / in cm):25H x 15W x 8.5D inches (63.5 x 38.1 x 21.59 cm)
Weight (in pounds / in kg):15 lbs (6.8 kg)
Filter life:9-12 months
Noise level in decibels (measured from 3 ft. away with a sound level meter):Speed 1: 35.7 dB
Speed 2: 45.5 dB
Speed 3: 50.7 dB
Electricity consumption in watts (recorded with an electricity usage monitor):Standby mode: 0.8 watts
Speed 1: 2.9 watts
Speed 2: 6.3 watts
Speed 3: 14 watts
Speed 4: 24.2 watts
Estimated running cost (electricity consumption + official filter replacement):$105.91 per year
Cost per CADR cfm (based on dust CFM as reported by AHAM):$1.21
Manufacturer’s warranty:Lifetime (with product registration & active filter subscription)
Country of manufacture:China

6. Save $40 – Levoit Core 600S

A big air purifier with plenty of air cleaning power with a CADR of 410 CFM managed to clean our test room in 15 minutes – the second fastest device we have tested from 55 air purifiers we have put through our performance test. This is a great deal at just under $250, and I expect it to sell quickly. This black Friday deal is for both the white unit (we reviewed) and the grey unit.

The 600S has many smart features, such as an auto-mode and app support for Android and Apple.

The only downside with the Levoit Core 600s is that it’s a large unit and not particularly attractive, but its cleaning power ratio to $ is one of the best available.

HouseFresh rating:★★★★★
Time to clean our 728 cubic feet test room (with the device running at top speed):15 minutes
Air purifier technology:3-Stage Filtration (Pre-filter for large particles, main filter for airborne particles, high-efficiency activated carbon filter for odors and gasses)
Recommended room size (4.8 air changes per hour):584 sq. ft. 
Clean air delivery rate (CADR):Dust: 373 CFM
Smoke: 377 CFM
Pollen: 437 CFM
Dimensions (in inches / in cm):12.3 x 12.3 x 23.6 inches (31.3 x 31.3 x 60 cm)
Weight (in pounds / in kg):13.7 lbs (6.2 kg)
Filter life:6 months
Noise level in decibels (measured from 3 ft. away with a sound level meter):Speed 1: 40.9 dB
Speed 2: 45.9 dB
Speed 3: 61.4 dB
Electricity consumption in watts (recorded with an electricity usage monitor):Standby mode: 1.53 watts
Speed 1: 7.92 watts
Speed 2: 11.35 watts
Speed 3: 21.15 watts
Speed 4: 49.27 watts
Estimated running cost (electricity consumption + official filter replacement):$195.13 per year
Cost per CADR cfm (based on dust CFM as reported by AHAM):$0.80
Manufacturer’s warranty:2 years
Country of manufacture:China

7. Shark HP102 – save $45.83

We were super impressed by the latest Shark HP102; it has a lab-certified filter (EST RP CC007.3) and an auto-mode with an onboard screen showing exactly how many particles are in your air. We were impressed by the build quality, but its standard price is a little higher than other budget brands like Levoit. At $129, this is a great alternative to the Levoit Core 300S, and in return, you get a better onboard screen, a lab-approved HEPA filter that also includes a microbran surface on the filter.

HouseFresh rating:★★★★★
Time to clean our 728 cubic feet test room (with the device running at top speed):38 minutes
Air purifier technology:NanoSeal™ Filter (True HEPA Multi-Filter with Microban® antimicrobial coating)
Recommended room size (4.8 air changes per hour):124 sq. ft.
Clean air delivery rate (CADR):Dust: 91 CFM
Smoke: 80 CFM
Pollen: 94 CFM
Dimensions (in inches / in cm):8.66D x 8.66W x 14.56H inches (22D x 22W x 27H cm)
Weight (in pounds / in kg):5.85 lbs (2.65 kg)
Filter life:6-12 months
Noise level in decibels (measured from 3 ft. away with a sound level meter):Speed 1: 36.1 dB
Speed 2: 37.2 dB
Speed 3: 44.6 dB
Speed 4: 52.2 dB
Electricity consumption in watts (recorded with an electricity usage monitor):Standby mode: 0.02 watts
Speed 1: 4.3 watts
Speed 2: 5.6 watts
Speed 3: 10.8 watts
Speed 4: 20.42 watts
Estimated running cost (electricity consumption + official filter replacement):$61.15 per year
Cost per CADR cfm (based on dust CFM as reported by AHAM):$1.65
Manufacturer’s warranty:2 year limited warranty
Country of manufacture:China

8. Levoit EverestAir – saving $150

The Levoit EverestAir was the fastest air purifier we tested when it removed all PM1 pollutants in our test room in 13 minutes. It looks like Apple might have made it, and it comes with all the smart features Levoit offers, from auto-mode to app support.

The only issue was its price, so we expect this Black Friday deal to sell quickly.

We even tested this air purifier at it’s lowest fan speed, and it still managed to clean our test room in under 25 minutes at just 24dB which, to my ear, was nearly close to silent.

HouseFresh rating:★★★★★
Time to clean our 728 cubic feet test room (with the device running at top speed):14 minutes
Air purifier technology:3-Stage Filtration (Pre-filter for large particles, main filter for airborne particles, high-efficiency activated carbon filter for odors and gasses)
Recommended room size (4.8 air changes per hour):563 sq. ft.
Clean air delivery rate (CADR):Dust: 365 CFM
Smoke: 363 CFM
Pollen: 428 CFM
Dimensions (in inches / in cm):18.9L x 8.5W x 23.2H inches (48L x 21.6W x 58.9H cm)
Weight (in pounds / in kg):20.7 lbs (9.39 kg)
Filter life:12-15 months
Noise level in decibels (measured from 3 ft. away with a sound level meter):Speed 1: 39.1 dB
Speed 2: 43.2 dB
Speed 3: 48.6 dB
Turbo: 57.8 dB
Electricity consumption in watts (recorded with an electricity usage monitor):Standby mode: 1.26 watts
Speed 1: 9.85 watts
Speed 2: 15.59 watts
Speed 3: 26.6 watts
Turbo: 69.8 watts
Estimated running cost (electricity consumption + official filter replacement):$206.36 per year
Cost per CADR cfm (based on dust CFM as reported by AHAM):$1.37
Manufacturer’s warranty:2 years
Country of manufacture:China

Common questions about Black Friday

Be mindful that many deals have a limited quantity so that they can sell out quickly. If you have your fancy one of these deals, get it ASAP before the unit sells out. 

Indeed, most deals are not much better than the lower costs seen across the year, but sometimes a few offers are worth it. That is why we only included deals that provided a saving over the lowest cost seen in the last 12 months. 

In 2023, Amazon will be running Black Friday deals for a week from the 17th of November until Thanksgiving. 

Amazon does do Black Friday deals, and this year, it will be running deals for 7 days from the 17th of November. Each day new deals will be released so be sure come back to this page as we will be updating it daily with the best air purifier deals for that day.

Usually, better prices are available on Prime Day as it’s only open to Prime members, but there are still deals to be had on Black Friday, as this post proves, and you don’t need a Prime membership to access these deals.

It depends on the retailer, but Amazon often has a limited amount of stock, so when they are sold, the deal is removed. If a deal doesn’t sell out, it will usually end by the end of November.

At HouseFresh, we have been reviewing air quality products since 2010. In all these years, we learned not to rely on manufacturers’ claims and the ever-so-glowing marketing materials. That is why we buy products with our own money, so we can write unbiased reviews after we’ve had enough time to evaluate air quality products in our home lab. Every unit we recommend has been thoroughly tested to assess its performance, energy consumption, and noise levels emitted in real-life environments. If you have any questions about our testing process for different types of air quality products, just drop us an email at hello@housefresh.com.

Last update on 2024-07-13 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API

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