Thanksgiving 2016 in L.A.
People receive free blankets during a Thanksgiving meal served in the Skid Row district of Los Angeles, California, U.S. November 23, 2016. Reuters/David McNew

Thanksgiving 2016 is here and a lot of consumers are going to be thankful indeed when they get a load of the best shopping deals currently available. Xbox consoles and Pokémon items are among the most- selling products right now. eBay currently is locked and loaded with the most popular holiday gifts.

Xbox consoles are currently selling like hotcakes on eBay. Brand new and sealed Xbox One S 2 TB Launch Edition consoles that go for as low as US$467 (AU$633) are almost gone. Xbox One S 2 TB “Gears of War 4” Limited Edition Bundles are currently available for US$514 (AU$697). Lower-priced deals include the Xbox One S 1 TB “Madden NFL 17” Bundle at US$350 (AU$475) and the Xbox One S 500 GB “Halo” Collection Bundle at US$383 (AU$519).

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Another best seller on eBay right now is Pokémon. Kids and adults alike are into the cute pocket monsters and Pokémon sales back that up. One Pokémon-related item is currently sold every 11 seconds. Among the top sellers are the Pokémon TCG deals that include rare holo cards. Pokémon TGC 100 card lots currently go for as low as US$4.95 (AU$6.70), more than half off of the original price. Most Pokémon trading card items include free shipping as well.

Another popular item is the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (TMNT) Classic Collection 5-inch 4-piece toy set, which currently sells for as low as US$3.58 (AU$4.86). Among the top-selling fashion items presently available are the Puma Tazon 6 Fracture men's running shoes, which go for only US$30 (AU$41) instead of US$70 (AU$95), and hot shimmer eye shadow powder palette cosmetic makeup sets that go for less than US$1 (AU$1.36). The cosmetic sets ship internationally for free.

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eBay is presently experiencing a rise in mobile shopping. Last year’s Thanksgiving Day saw one of the biggest mobile shopping day increases with a 25 percent year over year surge. Mobile shopping has become more convenient for consumers since the day before Thanksgiving is one of the busiest travel days of any given year.