Ready cards, shoppers. Up to Black Friday 2020 It is upon us, and if the last few months of sales are going through anything, it is time to prepare for the biggest and best deals of the decade.
While the Black Friday event is officially on November 27, retailers are up the curve this year, with some already offering discounts.
In the true Black Friday tradition, we’d expect to see deals roughly everything You can save for; Cell phones, washing machines, headphones, holidays, and all the Christmas gifts you might want to treat for yourself (or others) for this year.
But unlike in previous years, this year’s sales will be entirely online – thanks to the second shutdown, which closed all “non-essential” stores for the rest of the month.
As always, The Telegraph will not be picking highlights from a massive and ever-growing group of Black Friday retailers, but will share all of the best last-minute deals with you as you go live. Hence, what follows is our guide to how to find the best Black Friday deals, as well as a handful of deals already in place.
Where to find the best Black Friday deals
- Black Friday at Amazon Extravaganza has been so successful that it single-handedly pushed CEO Jeff Bezos’ net worth in excess of $ 100 billion in 2017, heavily promoting and discounting its brand’s products. Think about virtual assistants, virtual books, and anything else that falls within “technology.”
- Televisions They are a staple of Black Friday, and as their background technology becomes more advanced, we expect OLED screens and last-generation models to be within reach of everyone during the shopping spree.
- an Apple Not famous for discounting their popular products on Black Friday. However, it’s not all bad news – many mobile network providers are claiming the order by offering iPhone and iPad deals without a SIM card, as well as heavily discounted monthly plans.
- Clothing retailers typically prefer store and site-wide discounts (often around 20 percent for major brands and 10 percent for designers) over single deals. However, this makes it one of the only places to find great deals on store “extras,” such as accessories, homeware and gadgets that make great storage tools.
- PS4 and Xbox One Packs (Which includes a console and some discounted games) are likely to be available everywhere gaming devices are sold. The new PS5 is less than that, but we imagine quite a few retailers will subtract a little bit of RRP.
- As part of an effort to expand its audience beyond second-hand enthusiasts, eBay hosts a host of exclusive Black Friday and Online Monday deals. In recent years, they have been particularly generous with home appliance discounts.
- Professional and emerging photographers will likely save hundreds of pounds on camera equipment and calibration. Most tech retailers will discount a product or two from the hero in each category.
- Both John Lewis And the Karise Computer World The price matches many of their competitors’ best deals, making Currys a one-stop-shop for tech and John Lewis a worthwhile destination for high-end products.