Most of the deals we've dug up for Black Friday have been for phones and other electronics - tangible goods. For those looking for something a little less corporeal, there's currently a very rare discount available on Dropbox storage. Dell's online storefront has a year of Dropbox Pro storage going for $59.99, which is $40 less than the usual charge for one terabyte of backup space. If that's not enough to get your attention, Dell will throw in $25 in gift card credit for its store for free.

Dropbox is probably the best cloud storage around. If you need any evidence to back that up, consider that we at the Android Police team (die-hard Google fans one and all) use it instead of Google Drive for our critical backup and sharing needs. They know it, too: Dropbox is generally more expensive than all of its competitors. Even so, its superior speed, reliability, and apps make it the standard for pro-level cloud storage. (For the record, this isn't a sponsored post  - I just wish Google's offerings were in the same class.) The pro subscription is for one user only, but sharing tools should allow others to grab big files from the primary account with ease.

$25 of Dell credit is the lesser part of the deal here, but it needn't go to waste. Dell's online store sells more than computers: its Accessories section will sell you everything from Logitech keyboards to a PlayStation or Xbox game console. Between PC accessories, gaming gear, wearables, cameras, audio products, and even a few mobile tools, you should be able to find at least something worth picking up. If not, hey, it'll do for a White Elephant gift in a pinch.