Now’s the Time to Get Big Deals on Fridges — Here Are the 10 Best

published Nov 22, 2022
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Refrigerators are kind of an anomaly. One minute, they’re working just fine. Then, after a decade of going strong, they start leaking, the lights flicker off, and it’s all downhill from there. At least, that’s what happened to my refrigerator this past summer. We tried to revive it, calling a handyman who seemingly had it back up and running for good. But, I’m here to tell you, once those initial problems crop up, there’s a good chance it’s too late to pull out the metaphorical defibrillators, especially if your fridge is getting up there in age. Instead of spending hundreds to fix the appliance (only for it to likely stop working again) you might be better off just buying a new one. Now’s the time to do it, anyway! We’ve found a bunch of amazing deals on the top brands on the market, with some of our favorite retailers offering early Black Friday discounts. Whether you want the latest model or a fridge to fit into your small kitchen, there’s something here for everyone.

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1 / 10
Home Depot
$1498.00
was $2199.00

Yes, you read that correctly: This Samsung beauty is completely fingerprint-resistant, making it a perfect pick for families with kids. Beyond that exciting feature, this fridge has an almost absurd amount of storage space. You'll be able to open its modern French doors and see your whole grocery layout without feeling overwhelmed by clutter. A high-capacity ice maker also means your beverages will remain forever chilled.

2 / 10
Amazon
$743.99
was $969.99

Having a separate fridge for your wine is one of the highest luxuries, so show your collection off proudly in this glass-door system. Each side is its own cooling zone, so you can lower the temperature for your beer and soda, for instance, while maintaining it for the wine. The fridge can hold more than 100 units at a time, and its shelves slide out, which is so convenient when handling fragile items!

3 / 10
LG
$2399.00
was $3499.00

See-through fridges have been all the rage in recent years, so channel your inner Kris Jenner and snag this InstaView stunner for over $1,000 off. LG thought of everything with this fridge, including dual ice makers (which are hidden behind a separate shelf system!), interior wall panels that provide extra cooling, and a large water dispenser that'll fill even your longest pitchers.

4 / 10
Walmart
$269.99
was $384.00

A small refrigerator is the ideal solution for tiny spaces, such as dorms or big-city apartments — or if you'd like to have a little extra storage space in the garage. In any case, you can't go wrong with this Costway find, which has adjustable shelves and a compact freezer. Customers write about placing theirs in the home office, basement, and spare rooms. The fridge even has a vertical compartment just for soda cans, so you can always keep drinks within reach while working.

5 / 10
Wayfair
$3599.96
was $3999.95

This is by far one of the most luxurious items on the list. ZLINE's stainless-steel refrigerator stands out thanks to its unique door handles, two roomy freezer doors, and handy LED display that lets you control the temperatures for the different compartments. What's more, the CrispControl drawer was specially designed to help produce retain its freshness, helping you save money in the long run.

6 / 10
Home Depot
$898.00
was $1199.00

Apartment-dwellers will love this slim two-door fridge, which makes the most of its compact size. For instance, there are seven separate storage shelves on the doors, allowing you to efficiently organize the contents and never lose track of what goes where. Even the main fridge compartment has enough bins and crisper drawers to keep everything neatly in its place. This appliance proves you don't need a ton of space to stay organized!

7 / 10
Home Depot
$529.99
was $649.99

Stainless steel looks modern and high quality, but if you really want to spice up the appearance of your kitchen, opt for this retro-style fridge by Galanz. We've tested a few products from this brand and can attest to its durability, so you can rest assured that this fridge is just as long-lasting as it is aesthetically pleasing. You can get it in classic black or white, or add a pop of color with the cherry-red or aqua versions. And, its interior looks anything but old.

8 / 10
LG
$1998.99
was $2499.00

There's a reason this LG fridge has the word "smart" in its name: For one, it utilizes door-cooling technology, which sends out regular blasts of cold air to every part of the interior, ensuring that all the contents remain at the appropriate temperature. There's also an internal water dispenser, which means the exterior looks completely smooth and minimal. LG also boasts that this system has a 25 percent larger storage capacity than the average refrigerator, so you'll never run out of space.

9 / 10
Best Buy
$759.99
was $849.99

Although this two-door icebox has exceptional cooling capabilities, its "frost free" feature means you'll never have to manually defrost it or deal with needlessly frozen items. The freezer door also closes on its own, saving you money and keeping in the cold if you forget to do it yourself. And, although this fridge is so slim, it looks every bit as nice as its full-sized counterparts.

10 / 10
Best Buy
$2999.99
was $4139.99

The whole family will delight in this Samsung find's huuuge storage capacity and Family Hub display. The latter lets you stream music, see inside the fridge, manage your calendar, and accomplish other tasks. Plus, a beverage center dispenses cool water that you can drink plain or infused with a flavor of your choice. The fridge almost feels like it belongs in that Disney original movie "Smart House," before the central automated system takes on a life of its own.