Black Friday 2017: what to expect and where to find the best deals

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Black Friday is the biggest shopping day of the year, and it’s a really big deal: in 2016 in the UK, we spent a whopping £1.23 billion – and over the Black Friday week, we spent £6.45 billion.

On Black Friday 2016 Target was shifting 3,200 TVs per minute, and in the first few hours of Black Friday Amazon had sold over 100,000 children’s toys.

In the US, Adobe reports that online sales hit $3.34 billion, with $1.2 billion of that coming from people using mobile devices. The most popular purchases? iPads and 4K Samsung TVs.

It’s ironic that Black Friday drives so much traffic to websites, because it used to be about more traditional traffic: the name was used by US police to describe the chaos when everybody hit the sales on the same day. Black Friday still happens on the High Street, but increasingly the best deals – and the most shoppers – are online.

When is Black Friday 2017?

Black Friday is the Friday immediately after the Thanksgiving holiday in the US, so Black Friday 2017 will be on November 24th.

It’s the starting gun of the Christmas shopping season, and it’s famous for what retailers call “doorbusters”: deals so good that shoppers will try and break down the front doors to get at them. Inevitably that means it’s also famous for shoppers battling one another, with each Black Friday bringing a new bunch of YouTube clips showing people fighting over flat-screen TVs.

Things got so bad on Black Friday 2014 that ASDA, Wal-Mart’s UK brand and the firm largely responsible for bringing Black Friday to the UK, decided not to do Black Friday 2015 or Black Friday 2016 at all. That proved to be an expensive decision. Like for like sales in the 13 weeks to January 1 2016 were down 5.8%, the firm’s worst quarterly sales ever.

By comparison, in 2014 John Lewis UK reported that its Black Friday sales were the highest weekly sales in the company’s 150-year history.

Why Black Friday matters

Black Friday has transformed the Christmas shopping season, for better and for worse. James Miller, senior retail consultant at Experian Marketing Services, told the BBC that “there is little doubt Black Friday has dramatically changed the way people shop in the run-up to Christmas and has created an expectation of deep discounts that arguably did not exist before,” while a report by LCP Consulting found that nearly one-third of UK and US retailers believe that Black Friday is “unprofitable and unsustainable.”

Before Black Friday became a big deal, the run-up to Christmas was a great period for retailers: we’d buy loads of presents for others and for ourselves, and retailers would make huge piles of money. Then Black Friday happened, and all of a sudden many of us were browsing the bargains for the presents to put in Santa’s sack. Money spent on deeply discounted products in November is money that won’t be spent on more profitable products in December.

According to research by Verdict Retail, there is “no evidence” that Black Friday “stimulated demand”: Black Friday is essentially a black hole that sucks in a big part of people’s pre-Christmas shopping. We buy more but pay less for it.

According to Mike Watkins of Nielsen UK, “Whilst Nielsen analysis shows that Black Friday in November 2014 did not deliver incremental food sales it did serve to kick start what was the slowest start to Christmas trading in over 10 years. Perhaps that’s the primary objective in these changing times.”

Gary Booker, CMO at Dixons Retail, told Marketing Week that Black Friday negatively affects purchases in the following weeks: “It takes sales out of what would have been key early weeks in December,” he said, and multiple reports show that since Black Friday has taken off in the UK we’re spending less money on Boxing Day, our previous favourite for bargain hunting.

That means retailers need to think very carefully about Black Friday: they can discount in the hope they’ll make up for the lower margins with higher volumes, or they can decide not to take part in Black Friday and potentially lose sales to rivals who do.

Black Friday 2017 won’t be so crazy

Black Friday 2014 was particularly silly in the UK: while grown men and women knocked each other over to try and get cheap Polaroid TVs in supermarkets, men and women knocked over loads of websites too. Many retailers weren’t prepared for the volume of online traffic and their servers couldn’t cope.

Other firms that hadn’t thought Black Friday was a particularly big deal tried to get in on the action. The result felt rather like some firms were running around with a pricing gun, discounting whatever they spotted.

Black Friday 2015 was very different. Websites coped just fine – although some raised eyebrows with “oh! We’re so busy you’ll have to queue!” warnings that seemed more about marketing than reflecting actual demand – and retailers had a strategy in place. Where previous Black Fridays were crazy, Black Friday 2015 was calm. The difference? Planning.

Retailers knew what to expect, had struck deals with suppliers well in advance and approached Black Friday like any other shopping event. There were still bargains to be had, but it certainly didn’t feel like bargain-conscious customers were getting one over on panicking retailers.

Black Friday 2016 was different again: for many big-name retailers, instead of everything happening on one day, their sales were spread over an entire week from the Monday before Black Friday to Cyber Monday, the Monday immediately after. Cyber Monday used to be a separate event, the day everybody panicked and thought “oh no! It’s nearly Christmas and I haven’t bought any presents!” before visiting Amazon on their work PCs. But in 2016 it was just another part of Black Friday Deals Week.

As Experian’s Richard Jenkings told the BBC, “The Black Friday promotions at the end of November are the start of a longer, more drawn-out peak season, which begins with most of the activity online and then moves in-store as we get closer and closer to Christmas day.”

The best Black Friday deals from last year:

Every year, we load up with pizza and energy drinks to scour the entire internet for Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals. These were some of our favourite deals from Black Friday 2016.

£125 off the iPhone 7
Apple’s iPhone 7 may have been new but that didn’t mean you couldn’t get a Black Friday deal. With the code BLACKNOV125 you could get £125 off the up-front cost of an iPhone 7 – and no, the contract wasn’t more expensive to compensate.

£130 off the PS4
The PlayStation 4 is a brilliant console, and last Black Friday it was a brilliant bargain too: there was £130 off the 1TB model and bundles costing as little as £189. Very chopped 34% off the price of some of its PS4 bundles and Amazon cut 20%.

£40 off the iPad Air
There were lots of iPad bargains on Black Friday 2016 including £40 off the iPad Air, £30 off iPad Pros and up to £50 off iPad Minis. Apple wasn’t offering those discounts, but it did bundle gift cards with various products.

£900 off an LG OLED TV
How’s this for a discount: Black Friday meant a massive £900 off the LG OLED55B6V TV, bringing its price down to a much less frightening £1,899. There was also £550 off Sony 4K TVs and up to £300 off Panasonic TVs.

Huge savings on Xbox One bundles
The 4K Xbox One S was just £199 with Minecraft and Forza Horizon thrown in, and prices were slashed all over the place for every conceivable combination of console, controllers and games. There were good deals to be had on accessories too.

Why to expect from Black Friday 2017:

The last few Black Friday deals periods saw many retailers taking baby steps, but in 2017 they’re all grown up. That means they’ve been poring over their spreadsheet models since the last Black Friday, and they know exactly what they’ll be doing this year. And the first thing they’ll be doing is trying to beat Black Friday by starting their deals early. What started as Black Friday weekend became Black Friday week, and this year we expect some big-name retailers to start discounting long before that.

That makes sense for many reasons: it spreads the load on their websites and shops, and more importantly it means the news of their deals won’t be buried amid the avalanche of Black Friday announcements. So keep your eyes peeled – and keep visiting our deals page – from early November, and maybe even earlier than that.

Something we saw a lot of in 2016 and expect to see even more of in 2017 is a sliding scale of discounting: we noticed deals got bigger and better as the month progressed. That’s likely to recur in 2017, with reasonable deals at the beginning of the Black Friday period and more exciting but limited quantity deals on Black Friday itself. The emphasis will be on the more expensive products where retailers can cut prices but still make a decent profit.

Predicting the best Black Friday deals of 2017:

iPhone 8
We know that Apple’s 2017 iPhone 8 is likely to be dramatically different from the current model, we can reasonably expect it to go on sale in September or October at the latest, and we know that iPhone 8 Black Friday deals will be very popular – so this one’s a slam-dunk. Expect similar discounts to 2016 chopping £100-plus off the up-front price, and Apple to offer gift cards across the range. We’d expect some decent deals on iPads too as Apple refreshes the line-up this year.

Samsung Galaxy S8
Black Friday 2016 saw really good deals on the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, with the Black Friday voucher code BLACKFRI2 wiping out the upfront cost altogether on a £29.99 per month contract. That was a fantastic deal, and we’re expecting to see similarly great Galaxy deals on the Samsung Galaxy S8 in 2017.

PS4 Pro
Black Friday 2016 was all about the PS4 Slim, and Black Friday 2017 will be all about the PS4 Pro. As with 2016 we’d expect the very best deals to be on bundles, with some of them costing only a little more than the PS4 Pro itself, so start working on your game wish list: a bundle’s only a good deal if it includes the games you actually want to play. Up to now, the PS4 Pro is holding its RRP but you can expect that to change later this year, particularly when Microsoft has launched Scorpio…

Xbox One + Project Scorpio
Microsoft’s got a pro console too, and unless something goes wrong with the release schedule it should be on sale long before Black Friday 2017. As with the Xbox One in 2016 we’d expect to see the very best deals on bundles, rather than on the console itself: there’s more wiggle room for the retailer there, so they can afford to be more daring with the discounts.

4K HDR OLED TVs
Black Friday 2016 was positively packed with TV deals, including nearly half-price deals on selected OLED TVs. High-end sets are where the really expensive RRPs are, and the ever-advancing world of telly tech means those prices can only be sustained for a fairly short time. If you’re in the market for the kind of TV whose price tag wouldn’t look out of place on a car, Black Friday 2017 could be a very good day for you indeed.

Black Friday 2017 FAQ: what it is, when it happens and where to get the best deals

What is Black Friday?
Black Friday is the Friday immediately after Thanksgiving. It’s a day when retailers offer big discounts to kick-start the holiday shopping season.

When is Black Friday 2017?
Black Friday 2017 will be Friday, 24 November.What is Cyber Monday?Cyber Monday is the Monday immediately after Black Friday.

When is Cyber Monday 2017?
Cyber Monday 2017 will be on Monday, 27 November.What is Black Friday deals week?It’s the week that includes Black Friday. Retailers are increasingly offering deals before and after Black Friday itself so they stand out from the crowd.

Are Black Friday deals real?
Yes, although in some cases the discounts have been negotiated well in advance with suppliers. As with any sales you’ll see a mix of genuine bargains, discounted end-of-line stock and mysterious things found in the back of a warehouse somewhere. In 2016, consumer magazine Which? accused retailers of some pretty dodgy behaviour.

Where can I find the best Black Friday deals?
Right here on TechRadar of course! We scour all the top retailers’ Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals so that you don’t have to – and we tell you whether the deals are worth getting excited about too. Whether it’s a 4K HDR OLED TV or an Xbox One controller, if it’s discounted we’ll have the details here.

How do I get the best Black Friday 2017 deals?
Know what you want, know what you can afford to spend and know the market: you’ll often spot retailers charging higher than usual prices in October so they can offer amazing discounts on Black Friday. Pay particular attention to real prices, not RRPs: TVs are particularly bad for this, with sets whose RRP is eleventy billion pounds routinely selling for five hundred quid. Sites such as CamelCamelCamel and PriceSpy enable you to tell if you’re looking at a legitimate bargain or some timed tomfoolery.

It’s also a very good idea to be flexible: for example, if you fancy a Sony 4K TV then think about the features you want rather than a specific model number: the BRV123ABD54-88C-9218-B may not be discounted on Black Friday, but an almost identical set with the specification you want probably will be.

Can I get cashback on Black Friday deals?
Sometimes, yes. Your debit card or credit card may offer cashback on purchases, and sites such as Quidco often offer cashback for new customers of big-name online shops. It’s definitely worth looking into, not just for Black Friday but for any online shopping.

Am I protected when I buy on Black Friday?
Yes. In the UK, anything you buy from a company online is covered by a wealth of consumer protection legislation including the Consumer Contracts regulations, which give you the same rights as with any other online purchasing.

How can I stay safe on Black Friday?
Black Friday brings out the scammers as well as the sellers, so be wary of unsolicited emails or links to deals on social media no matter how legitimate they look: anything asking for card details or login details is a scam. Phishing sites do big business on Black Friday, so be extra suspicious – and if you’re on a PC, make sure your security software is up to date. Many suites automatically block known scam sites.

The best Black Friday deals from last year:

iPhone 7 32GB |  £200 £125 upfront |Unlimited calls and texts | 5GB data | £30.99 per month – save £75!
This is the best Black Friday iPhone 7 deal – it stands head and shoulders above the other options. Use the voucher code BLACKNOV125 to wipe £75 off the upfront cost of the phone and get it for £125 upfront. Then pay just £30.99 per month on EE for 5GB data and unlimited calls and texts. This is the Black Friday iPhone 7 deal we’ve been waiting for – and it’s finally cheaper than buying the phone on its own for £599 with an equivalent SIM only deal. Total cost over 24 months is £868.76

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Voucher code: BLACKNOV125

ID Mobile SIM only 4G | 5GB data | 500 minutes | 5000 texts | One month | £10 per month
Yes you read that right, and this deal is available exclusively to TechRadar readers. This deal gives you 5GB data, 500 minutes and 5000 texts for just £10 per month and it only locks you in for 30 days at a time. Most competing deals are more expensive and will lock you into a longer contract so there really is nothing to dislike about this deal. The next best £10 SIM only deal is also at ID mobile, but offers you less data – 4GB instead of 5GB. ID is Carphone Warehouse’s own network and piggybacks on Three’s 4G network. Fill your boots!

View this deal: at ID Mobile

Top Black Friday deals

GAME BLACK FRIDAY DEALS: Game.co.uk’s Black Friday sale is running all weekend and there are still loads of amazing deals on PS4 and Xbox One as well as accessories, games and much more. Check out all of the GAME deals right here

Xbox One S: Get the new 4K version of the Xbox One with Minecraft and Forza Horizon 3 for just £199.99!

MacBook Pro 13-inch: get one for just £899 at Currys

Star Wars: the Star Wars: The Force Awakes interactive Kylo Ren is down to £24.99 from £119.99 at Argos.

Star Wars: Get the Star Wars: The Force Awakens Interactive Darth Vader for just £24.99 at Argos – reduced from £119.99!

Sony PS4 Slim: Get the Sony PS4 Slim with Uncharted 4 and FIFA 17 for just £194.99 at Zavvi

Sonos PLAY:1 Save 18% and get the SONO PLAY:! smart speaker for just £139 at Amazon!

LG 4K TV: Get the 43-inch LG 43UH610V Ultra HD HDR TV for just £369.95 at John Lewis

Sony PS4 Slim: Pick up the PS4 Slim in 500GB trim with a copy of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare for just £209.95 at John Lewis

TV & video deals

Now TV Box with 6 month Entertainment pass: Now TV boxes are frequently discounted, but the great thing about this £19 deal at Currys is the 6 month Entertainment pass that’s included, which would normally retail for over £40 (based on an Entertainment pass being £6.99 a month). 

LG Soundbar: This LG SH5 soundbar comes complete with a wireless subwoofer, and is 25% off at £149.95 at John Lewis. 

LG OLED 4K TV: This LG OLED55B6V TV, which we gave 4.5 stars, is discounted by a massive £900. It’s still £1,899, which is expensive whichever way you look at it, but it’s a massive saving if you’ve been waiting for OLED technology to get at least somewhat affordable. 

Panasonic 4K TV: The smaller 40-inch version is of the DX700B, the TX-40DX700B is also discounted by £250 to £499. In our review we noted that the HDR functionality wasn’t exceptional, but the 4K detail is strong.  

Panasonic 4K TV: If you’re willing to put up with some slightly narrow viewing angles then the TX-58DX700B from Panasonic has great blacks and colour accuracy and is a great buy at a £300 discount down to £799 on Amazon. 

Sony 4K TV: This 65-inch Sony Bravia KD65XD7504BU includes HDR functionality, and is down to £1,149.00, a massive saving of £550. It’s smaller 49 and 55-inch versions are also discounted to £550 and £749 respectively. 

LG 4K TV: Pick up the 43-inch LG 43UH603V TV with Freeview Play and 4K HDR screen – it’s only £349 at ao.com!

LG 4K TV: You can get the 49-inch LG 49UH770V 4K HDR TV with Freeview HD and Freesat HD tuners as well as Freeview Play smart TV – all for just £649 at ao.com

Sony 4K Curved: Pick up the Sony KD50SD8005 50-inch TV with a £200 saving – it’s down to £799 at ao.com

Samsung 4K Curved: Get the 49-inch Samsung UE49KU6100 curved 4K TV with HDR for just £499 at ao.com

Samsung 4K TV: If Samsung is your brand, you can get similar discounts on the Samsung KU6670 4K HDR TVs. The 49-inch model can be yours for £699 while the super-size 55-incher is down to £849 at Currys

Samsung 4K TV: Get the 5-star Samsung UE55KS7000 4K HDR TV for £89 cheaper than the Amazon price. This is a stunning TV that punches well above itse weight and it’s now down to £949 at Currys

Cheap 4K TV: If you’re after a cheap 4K TV, Argos has discounted two options from Hitachi. It has a 48-inch model going for just £349.99 and a 55-inch version on sale for £449.99. Obviously these TV’s aren’t going to be leaders in picture quality but you can’t argue with those prices at Currys

Cheap TV: Get this SEIKI 32-inch 720p TV for less than £100. Not an incredible home cinema TV by anymeans but it’ll do a job as a second screen and it’s now down to £119.99 at Argos

LG 4K TV: Get Black Friday discounts on the LG UH850V series of 4K and HDR TVs. The 49-inch model is now down to £699 while the bigger 55-inch version is going for £899 at Currys

Panasonic TV: Get the Panasonic 50DX802B at John Lewis 

Gaming deals

Black Friday PS4 deals

500GB PS4 Slim: Get a PS4 and add Uncharted 4 and FIFA 17 to your basket for FREE! You can then add Mafia 3, Battlefield 1, Titanfall 2 or Dishonored 2 for just £20 extra each if you want! Get Tesco’s crazy PS4 deal here from £199.99.

500GB PS4 Slim: Get a PS4 with Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare for just £199.99! You can then add Mafia 3, Battlefield 1, Titanfall 2 or Dishonored 2 for just £20 extra each if you want! Tesco’s Call of Duty PS4 bundle from £199.99.

500GB PS4 Slim: with Uncharted 4 and FIFA 17 just £197.86 @ ShopTo

1TB PS4 Slim: with Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and Modern Warfare Remastered now £249.85 at ShopTo

500GB PS4 Slim: with Watch Dogs 1 and 2 only £197.86 @ ShopTo

500GB PS4 Slim: with Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and FIFA 17 £209.99 @ Zavvi

500GB PS4 Slim: with Uncharted 4 and FIFA 17 only £194.99 @ Zavvi

500GB PS4 Slim: with Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare only £189 at ShopTo eBay

500GB PS4 Slim: with Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, FIFA 17 and Now TV down to £219.99 @ Game

500GB PS4 Slim: with Overwatch, Ratchet & Clank and Now TV only £199.99 @ Game

500GB PS4 Slim: with Uncharted 4, FIFA 17 and Now TV sub for £199.99 @ Game.

500GB PS4 Slim: Get Uncharted 4 and FIFA 17 in this superb Zavvi deal for just £194.99.

500GB PS4 Slim: Get the brand new Call of Duty game with a PS4 Slim for about £50 less than normal price of the new PS4 Slim. PS4 with Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare £199.99 @ Tesco 

1TB PS4 Slim: This was £300 a few months ago, but you can save £50 today! 1TB PS4 with Lego Star Wars bundle and Force Awakens blu-ray £249.99 @ Tesco 

1TB PS4 Slim: An ace three game bundle with Driveclub, Uncharted 4 and The Last of Us: Remastered for the same price the PS4 was on its own was a few weeks ago. 1TB PS4 Slim, Driveclub, Uncharted 4, The Last of Us £249.99 @ Tesco
Alternative deal: Swap out The Last of Us for Ratchet & Clank for a tenner less at ShopTo’s eBay site. 

1TB PS4 Slim: Need a larger PS4 and a lot of Call of Duty? This is a great deal with the Legacy Edition of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare as it includes Modern Warfare Remastered too. 1TB PS4 Slim with Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Legacy Edition £249.85 @ ShopTo 

The best PS4 Pro deals for Black Friday 2016

1TB PS4 Pro: John Lewis has the best deal so far for a standalone PS4 Pro. This is the one for you 4K HDR fans. 1TB PS4 Pro £332.49 @ John Lewis

1TB PS4 Pro: Infamous: Second Son is getting a 4K patch soon, Fallout 4 will last you a small eternity and there’s a Now TV pass too. PS4 Pro, Infamous: Second Son, Fallout 4, Now TV £349.99 @ Game 

1TB PS4 Pro: Dishonored 2 has just launched and The Division and Fallout 4 will last well into the new year. Don’t forget the Now TV pass too! PS4 Pro, Dishonored 2, The Division, Fallout 4 and Now TV £399.99 @ Game 

Black Friday Xbox One deals

Xbox One S: with Minecraft Favourites and Forza Horizon 3 was £261.48, now just £199.99

Xbox One S: with Minecraft Favourites and extra official controller down from £229.99 to £204.99.

Xbox One S: with Minecraft Favourites, extra official controller and Forza Horizon 3 was £254.99, now only £229.99 

Xbox One S: with FIFA 17 (then add Forza Horizon 3 manually for free).  Add other Mafia 3, Titanfall 2, Call of Duity: Infinite Warfare, Battlefield 1, Dishonored 2 or controller just £20 extra each. Get this from just £229 @ Tesco

1TB Xbox One S: with FIFA 17 (then add Forza Horizon 3 manually for free).  Add other Mafia 3, Titanfall 2, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, Battlefield 1, Dishonored 2 or controller just £20 extra each. Get this from just £279 @ Tesco

500GB Xbox One S: with Minecraft Favourites (then add Forza Horizon 3 manually for free).  Add other Mafia 3, Titanfall 2, Call of Duity: Infinite Warfare, Battlefield 1, Dishonored 2 or controller just £20 extra each. Get this from just £199 @ Tesco

1TB Xbox One S: with Gears of War 4 (then add Forza Horizon 3 manually for free).  Add other Mafia 3, Titanfall 2, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, Battlefield 1, Dishonored 2 or controller just £20 extra each. Get this from just £279 @ Tesco 

500GB Xbox One S:  with FIFA 17 and Forza Horizon 3 (add Forza manually to basket) down to £229 @ Tesco

500GB Xbox One S: with Minecraft Favorites, Forza Horizon 3 and Now TVOW TV 2 Month Sky Cinema Pass only £199.99 @ Game

500GB Xbox One S: Don’t fancy spending a little bit extra for the Forza-inclusive deal? Then this FIFA 17 Xbox One S bundle is a bit cheaper with this £237.49 @ Amazon deal.

1TB Xbox One S:  You can get a 1TB console with FIFA for not much more than the regular 500GB model. It’s worth it. Trust us. Grab your 1TB Xbox One S with FIFA 17 for @ £234.99 @ Amazon.

Xbox Live Gold: Need to top up your Xbox Live Gold membership? Don’t pay the default automatic renewal price, head on over to CD Keys, where you can usually get a great 12 month Xbox Live Gold deal for cheaper than anywhere else.

Xbox One controller deals

Dawn Shadow (Magenta) Xbox One controller – £54.99 @ Microsoft

Dusk Shadow (Blue) Xbox One controller – £47.49 @ Tesco

Copper Shadow Orange Xbox One controller – £49.99 @ Argos

Gears of War 4 JD Fenix limited edition Xbox One controller – £44.99 @ Game

Gears of War 4 Crimson Omen limited edition Xbox One controller – £54.99 @ 365games

Xbox One controller (White) – £34.99 @ Amazon

Elite Xbox One controller – £99.99 @ Amazon – Save £10

Want to check out the prices on the competition? See the best available PS4 deals

Laptop & Macbook deals

Dell: save 12% on all Dell laptops and computers with the code SAVE12 until the November 28 and this includes TechRadar’s favourite laptop – the Dell XPS 13

Apple MacBook Pro: The brand new MacBook Pro has had its price cut in time for Black Friday. An Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB RAM and a 256GB hard drive makes this a brilliant laptop at a fantastic price – now only £1,349 from John Lewis

Microsoft Surface Book: Get Microsoft’s amazing laptop with the Arc Touch Mouse, Surface Pen stylus and a classy carry case this Black Friday and save yourself a nice £400 – now £1,399 from John Lewis

ASUS Zenbook Flip: Get this elegant 13.3-inch laptop that converts into a tablet-like device for an amazing £200 off of its usual asking price. An Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD and Windows 10 power this device – now just £599.99 from Amazon

Microsoft Surface Pro 4: Pick up Microsoft’s awesome computing marvel from just £549.99 at Amazon

Acer Chromebook: get the 11.6-inch Acer Chromebook for £10 cheaper than the in-store price, now down to £139.99 for Black Friday at Currys

Acer Chromebook R: Get the touchscreen Acer Chromebook R for a low-cost laptop/tablet hybrid experience, now £179.99 at Currys

Lenovo IdeaPad 510S: Get this fast laptop with a saving of £70.99 – it comes with an Intel Core i5 CPU, 256GB SSD, Windows 10 and 6 hours battery life and it’s down to £549 at Currys

Lenovo IdeaPad 510: Get the slightly cheaper version of the above laptop, with Intel Core i3 CPU and a 1TB HDD – now £299 for Black Friday at Currys 

See more cheap Laptop deals

Smartphone deals

ID Mobile SIM only 4G | 5GB data | 500 minutes | 5000 texts | One month | £10 per month
Yes you read that right, and this deal is available exclusively to TechRadar readers. This deal gives you 5GB data, 500 minutes and 5000 texts for just £10 per month and it only locks you in for 30 days at a time. Most competing deals are more expensive and will lock you into a longer contract so there really is nothing to dislike about this deal. The next best £10 SIM only deal is also at ID mobile, but offers you less data – 4GB instead of 5GB. ID is Carphone Warehouse’s own network and piggybacks on Three’s 4G network. Fill your boots!

View this deal: at ID Mobile

iPhone 7 32GB |  £200 £125 upfront |Unlimited calls and texts | 5GB data | £30.99 per month – save £75!
This is the best Black Friday iPhone 7 deal – it stands head and shoulders above the other options. Use the voucher code BLACKNOV125 to wipe £75 off the upfront cost of the phone and get it for £125 upfront. Then pay just £30.99 per month on EE for 5GB data and unlimited calls and texts. This is the Black Friday iPhone 7 deal we’ve been waiting for – and it’s finally cheaper than buying the phone on its own for £599 with an equivalent SIM only deal. Total cost over 24 months is £868.76

View this deal: Black | Silver | Gold | Rose Gold
Voucher code: BLACKNOV125

iPhone 7 Plus 128GB |  £359.99 £150 upfront |1000 mins | Unlimited texts | 2GB data | £33.99 per month – save £209.99!
Mobiles.co.uk and EE have teamed up to offer this massive discount on the iPhone 7 Plus. It comes on the superior 128GB version which means you get loads of storage space for pictures, music and movies. Use the voucher code BLACKNOV210 to wipe £209.99 off the upfront cost and get the phone for £150 upfront. Then it’s just £33.49 per month for 2GB data on EE!

View this deal: Black | Jet Black |Silver | Gold | Rose Gold
Voucher code: BLACKNOV210

Samsung Galaxy S7 | 4G | £29.99 FREE upfront | 8GB data | Unlimited calls and texts | £31 per month
Get Samsung’s flagship phone at an incredible price! Use the voucher code BLACKFRI2 to wipe out the upfront cost and get the handset for FREE. We’re far more used to seeing deals like this cost over £30 a month or feature a heavy upfront cost for just a couple of gigabytes. When compared to other deals on all networks, this one works out the cheapest. Take a look at the comparison chart below to shop around for similar deals. Total cost over 24 months is £744.

View this deal: Black | White | Gold
Voucher code: BLACKFRI2

Huawei P9 | £24.99 FREE upfront | 8GB data | Unlimited calls and texts | £26 per month
Here’s a market leading deal on Huawei’s flagship Android phone! Use the voucher code BLACKFRI3 to wipe away the upfront cost and get it for free instead. Then it’s just £26 per month for unlimited calls and texts and a whopping 8GB data. This is the best Huawei P9 deal out there at the moment. Total cost over 24 months is £624.

View this deal: Black
Voucher code: BLACKFRI3

iPhone SE | £29.99 FREE upfront | 8GB data | Unlimited calls and texts | £26 per month
This is the same Three tariff as above, but instead of the Huawei P9 you’re getting the Apple iPhone SE instead! Use the voucher code BLACKFRI4 to get the iPhone SE for free, and then pay just £26 per month for 8GB data and unlimited everything else. Total cost over 24 months is £624

View this deal: Space Grey | Silver | Gold | Rose Gold
Voucher code: BLACKFRI4

Sony Xperia E5  | £38.99 FREE upfront | 250 mins | 5000 texts | 500MB data | £7.50 per month
This is a cracking deal if you’re after a decent Android phone at a rock-bottom price. The voucher code BLACKFRI5 will remove the upfront fee to leave you with a free phone, and after that you pay just £7.50 per month for 250 minutes, 5000 texts and 500MB data. That’s not a big allowance but if you just need a basic handset with a basic allowance, this is a super cheap deal that should appeal. The phone on its own costs £140 at Amazon so you’re paying just £50 over two years for calls, texts and data. Total cost over 24 months is £180

View this deal: Black
Voucher code: BLACKFRI5

Samsung Galaxy S7 Black Friday deals:

Samsung Galaxy S7 | £29.99 FREE upfront | 8GB data | Unlimited calls and texts | £31 per month
Use the voucher code BLACKFRI2 to wipe out the upfront cost and get the handset for FREE. We’re far more used to seeing deals like this cost over £30 a month or feature a heavy upfront cost. When compared to other deals on all networks, this one works out the cheapest. Take a look at the comparison chart below to shop around for similar deals. Total cost over 24 months is £744.

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Samsung Galaxy S7 | £35 FREE upfront | 3GB data | Unlimited calls and texts | £28.50 per month
Use the voucher code S735OFF to wipe out the upfront cost and get the handset for FREE. We’re far more used to seeing deals like this cost over £30 a month or feature a heavy upfront cost. When compared to other deals on all networks, this one works out the cheapest. Take a look at the comparison chart below to shop around for similar deals. Total cost over 24 months is £684.

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Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Black Friday deal:

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge | £75 upfront | 5GB data | Unlimited calls and texts | £30.99 per month @ Mobiles.co.uk
Simply put, the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is one of the best phones ever made. Thanks to that curved edge screen, which frankly ruins other phones, it’s a phone you’ll never tire of. The internal spec shows it’s got more than just looks too as it’s still a fantastically sharp performer. As for this contract, you’re looking at a fantastic deal as we’re used to seeing 5GB deals go for well over £1000. This is the cheapest deal on any network so you can enjoy EE’s superfast 4G network at no additional charge. Total cost over 24 months is £818.76.

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iPad & tablet deals

iPad deals:

Apple iPad mini 2: If you don’t mind a smaller – and older – iPad, then you can get some fantastic prices. This 32GB iPad mini 2 tablet isn’t the newest iPad, but it’s still a great device – now just £219 from Currys with voucher code IPAD20 at checkout

Apple iPad mini 2 Wi-Fi 32GB: This is a great deal if you don’t mind a slightly older model of the iPad Mini. This deal knocks off £39 for the 32GB version – now just £219.99 from Argos

Apple iPad mini 4: If you’re after Apple’s smaller 7.9-inch tablet, then John Lewis has got a great Black Friday deal for the iPad mini 4 – now just £359 from John Lewis

Apple iPad 4 Refurbished: One of the best ways to save even more money on Black Friday is by buying refurbished gadgets. These are pre-owned devices that have been repaired and refreshed by Apple, making sure they meet its stringent quality checks – now £239 from Tesco Direct 

Apple iPad Air 2: The Apple iPad Air 2 with Apple A8X CPU, 9.7-inch screen, Wi-Fi & Cellular, 128GB storage in gold has had its price dropped for Black Friday – get the iPad Air 2 for between £539 – £589 from John Lewis

Apple iPad Air 2 Wi-Fi 128GB: This deal is selling out fast so make sure you move quickly! With £40 knocked off the price, this 128GB iPad Air 2 is a must buy – now just £469 from Argos

Apple iPad Pro: Apple’s king-size iPad has had its price slashed by £30 for the 128GB version. Be quick to jump on this deal – now £589 from John Lewis

Apple iPad Pro: Get £30 off the 32GB Gold version of the iPad Pro – now just £549 from Currys

Android tablet deals

Samsung Galaxy Tab A: The price of this 7-inch tablet from Samsung has now fallen below £100, so now’s the perfect time to pick it up – now just £99.99 from Argos

Samsung Galaxy Tab A: Get this 10.1-inch Android tablet with a larger 16GB of storage with £50 off – get it for £159 from John Lewis

Samsung Galaxy Tab S2: Save £30 this Black Friday on Samsung’s 9.7-inch tablet in Gold with 32GB internal storage – now £369.99 from Currys

Amazon Fire Tablet 7-inch: Unsurprisingly, Amazon have been very generous this Black Friday with its own range of Fire Tablets. This Wi-Fi version with 8GB of storage is now £20 cheaper – get it for just £29.99 from Amazon

Amazon Fire Tablet 7-inch: Amazon isn’t the only retailer that’s slashing the prices of its Amazon Fire tablets – Argos has got in on the act as well, cutting £20 off the asking price – now just £29.99

Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Pro Tablet: This unique tablet comes with a 10.1-inch screen, Wi-Fi, 2GB of RAM, 32GB storage and a built in projector! Great for watching videos and presentations – now £349.95 from John Lewis

Acer Iconia One 7-inch: If you’re after a decent tablet, then this is a great deal. It comes with a 6 hour battery life, 16GB storage and runs Android 6 Marshmallow – buy now for just £79 from AO.com

Acer Iconia One 8-inch: Fancy a tablet with a larger screen? For just £10 extra you can get an 8-inch HD screen – now just £89 from AO.com

Huawei MediaPad T1: This budget 10-inch tablet comes with a microSD slot, 16GB storage and it’s now £50 cheaper for Black Friday – get it for £99.99 from Currys while stocks last

Windows tablet deals

Microsoft Surface Pro 4: Amazon has knocked off a huge £250 off of this brilliant tablet. It comes with an Intel Core M processor, 128GB storage and 4GB RAM – now just £549.99 from Amazon

Microsoft Surface Pro 4: Microsoft’s gorgeous Surface Pro tablet gets some lovely deals this Black Friday, so if you’re looking for the best Windows tablet on the market today, this is the deal for you – now £599 from John Lewis

Windows Connect 9-inch Tablet: Non-Surface Windows tablets may not be the top of your ‘must have’ list, but they can be powerful and versatile devices. This 9-inch tablet is a good example – it’s got £70 off and comes with a quad-core processor and the Windows 10 operating system – now just £59 from Tesco Direct

Toys & LEGO deals

Nerf: Get the Nerf Modulus Tri Strike blaster with a 33% saving – now £39.99 at Argos

Nerf: Pick up the Doomlands Vagabond Blaster which is now 66% the original price – it’s down to £14.24 at Amazon.co.uk

Nerf: Buy the Nerf Rival Zeus MXV-1200 blaster gun for half price – it’s down to £29.99 at Argos

Thomas and Friends: get the Diesel v Steamies value pack playset with two free engines for just £20.89 at Argos

Minions: Get the Tumbling Stuart toy for half the price of anywhere else – now £9.99 at Argos

Minions: Get the Despicable Me Minions Build-A-Minion set for £14.99 at Argos

LEGO: get the Nexo Macy’s Thunder Macee LEGO set from the NEXO Knights series for £11.99 at Argos

Star Wars BB-8: Get a remote control Star Wars BB-8 droid with a saving of £17 – it’s now £42.99 at Argos

Playmobil: get this 123 Police and Ambulance play set for less than half price – now £13.99 at Argos

Peppa Pig: get the Peppa Pig Lighthouse Mega Set for £13.99 until stock runs out at Argos

Disney’s Frozen: get this light-up Elsa doll for £27.99 at Argos

Disney’s Frozen: Get the Giant Olaf 24-inch plush toy for just £9.99 at Argos

Zoomer Chimp: Go bananas with this “lifelike” smart chimp who knows over 100 tricks and makes over 200 sounds and voice commands – down to £79.99 at Argos

Play-Doh: get the super colour kit with 16 tools and accessories for £7.99 at Argos

Scalextric: get the Rally Racers set with two cars and an awesome track for £11 off – now £28.99 at Argos

Trampoline: Get the Chad Valley 6ft trampoline – ideal for little ones – for just £69.99 at Argos

Trampoline: Get this high-end trampoline, great for kids big and small – in fact great for the whole family! Save 10% and get it for £377.99 at Argos

Trampoline: Get a cheaper alternative to the above with this Jumpking 7x10ft oval combo trampoline – save 50% and get it for £124.50 at Tesco Direct

Trampoline: Get the very trampoline as seen in the John Lewis Christmas advert! Not cheap but it is awesome – it’s £229.99 at John Lewis (of course)

Bouncy Castle: make a saving on this garden bouncy castle – it’s down to £65

Bouncy Castle: get this 6ft bouncy castle, ideal if you don’t have the space for a trampoline – this one is down to just £69.99 at Toys R Us

EverEarth: Pick up this rather fancy kitchen for the little’uns – it’s the EverEarth children’s wooden brick oven set and it’s down to £69.99 at Amazon.co.uk

Peppa Pig: Get this play kitchen, based on Peppa’s own home kitchen! It even comes with some cool accessories and a 50% saving – it’s down to £49.99 at Argos

Little Tykes: Grab the Little Tykes Gourmet Prep ‘n’ Serve kitchen – it’s 50% off and going for £74.99 at Toys R Us

Bike: Get the Huffy 18-inch bike for boys 5-years and up – it’s half price and going for £69.99 at Argos

Bike: Get the Avigo 20-inch girls BMX spin biike with a 65% saving – it’s £69.99 at Toys R Us

Bike: Get the Ultimate Spider-Man bike – need we say more?! – with a 50% saving, it’s down to £49.99 at Amazon.co.uk

Bike: Get the Finding Dorey bike – ideal for fans of Disney. It’s a 10-inch toddler bike and ideal as a cute first bike – save 25% and get it for £37.50 at Tesco Direct

Scooter: It’s a Star Wars Stormtrooper electric scooter. That means you’re obligated to buy it immediately – save 51% and get it for £97.49 at Argos

Kitchen & Home deals

Dysons

Dyson’s small ball multi floor vacuum is available from John Lewis for £249.99

Dyson DC40 Animal bagless vacuum cleaner is now just £199.99 at Argos.

Dyson V6 Flexi Cordless vacuum cleaner can be had for £189.99 at Argos.

Dyson V6 Fluffy Cordless Handstick Vacuum Cleaner is ready to be vacuumed up for £229.99 at Argos.

Dyson AM09 Hot and Cool Fan Heater is super-stylish and is down to £249 in black/nickel or white/silver – that’s £150 off at Argos.

Dyson V6 Absolute cordless vacuum has a saving of £170 and get it for £279 at Currys.

Vacuums

Bosch Athlet Upright Cordless 0.9L Black Vacuum Cleaner: 56% off, was £239.99, now £105.99 at Amazon.

Bosch Athlet Upright Cordless 0.9L White Vacuum Cleaner: 59% off, was £289.99, now £124.99 at Amazon.

Vax handheld vacuum cleaner: Tired of lugging the hoover up the stairs or untangling the cable for just a quick clean up? Then grab this super cheap vacuum cleaner for just £24.50.

Appliances

De’Longhi P80T5A Standard microwave: is super-smart in stainless steel is half price at £54.99 from Argos.//Kitchen and home appliances

Breville 3-in-1 hand blender: was £50, now £25 at Debenhams.

Nutribullet: a favourite from last year’s Black Friday sale, get the Nutribullet Deluxe 600 Series blender for £69.99 from Argos.

Fridges

Kenwood fridge freezers: Save 10% at Currys until Monday.

Hisense RQ560N4WC1: In the market for a new fridge? This American Fridge Freezer is down to £529.99 – that’s a saving of £270 on the regular price at Argos.

Washing machines

Samsung Ecobubble washer: Save £200.99 on Samsung’s washing machines and get the 8KG machine for £349 at Currys.

Samsung WF80F5E0W2W: Clean your clothes the smart way with this 8KG 1200 Spin Washing Machine – now down to £329.99 at Argos.

Personal Care Appliances

Philips AquaTouch Wet and Dry Men’s Electric Shaver: was £160, now £48.99 at Amazon.

Scholl Velvet Smooth Diamond Pedi Electric Hard Skin Remover: was £39.99, now £14.99 at Amazon.

Oral-B Pro 3000 CrossAction Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush: was £90, now £40.49 at Amazon.

Silk Epil 9-961e Skin Spa Women’s Wet and Dry Cordless Epilator: was 99.57, now £89.99 at Amazon.

Scholl Velvet Smooth Wet & Dry Pedi Rechargeable Electric Hard Skin Remover: was £59.99, now £27.59 at Amazon.

Oral-B Pro 650: black electric toothbrush and ‘Pro-Expert’ toothpaste 75ml – was £50, now 50% off for a £25 bargain at Debenhams.

Other home tech

Sealy Duvet and Mattress Topper: Up to 50% off the range at Amazon.

Coffee machine deals

Krups: The Dolce Gusto Melody 3 manual coffee machine is on sale at Amazon.co.uk for £39.99. It’s temporarily out of stock, but order now and it’ll be delivered when more arrive in Amazon’s warehouse.

Bosch: Get cafe-quality tea, coffee, hot chocolate and other drinks whenever you like with the Bosch TAS4502GB Tassimo Joy 2 Hot Drinks and Coffee Machine – reduced to £59.99 at Amazon. That’s a saving of £80!

Bosch: Enjoy smooth Costa coffee at home with the Bosch Tassimo Amia TAS2002gb Hot Drinks Machine for £29 at Currys.

Bosch: Fancy your morning coffee with an extra shot of colour? The Bosch Tassimo Vivy II TAS1255GB Hot Drinks Machine is available in blue, pink and lime green for £34.99 at Currys, including a two-year guarantee.

Ninja: Not just a coffee machine – a whole coffee bar for your kitchen. Get the smart, sleek Ninja CF060UK Coffee Machine for £99.99 at Argos.

Krups: The Dolce Gusto by Krups Melody 3 Hot Drinks Machine makes perfect coffee, tea and hot chocolate, and is now on sale for £39.99 at Currys.

Lavazza: Make yours a latte with £50 off the Lavazza A Modo Mio Fantasia LM7000 Cappuccino Latte Coffee Machine – now reduced to £109.95 at John Lewis. The saving applies to the cream and black models.

Morphy Richards: Fancy an espresso? The Morphy Richards 172004 Accents Espresso Coffee Maker is £64.99 at Amazon.co.uk. That’s less than half price!

De’Longhi: The De’Longhi EC271 Espresso Pump Coffee Machine is down to £44.99 at Currys – a saving of £85!

De’Longhi: If you’re serious about your coffee, the De’Longhi Magnifica S ECAM 22.360.S Bean to Cup coffee machine is the one for you. This multi-function coffee maker with built-in grinder and milk-frother is £349 at Currys – a saving of £380.99.

Milk frother: For the perfect cappuccino, get the Lavazza milk frother in black for £29.95 – that’s half price!

Camera & accessories deals

Compact camera deals

Fuji X70: Brilliant APS-C compact camera, now with £100 off at £449 from Camera World

Sony HX90V: This great superzoom travel compact now has £100, now only £269 at Wex Photographic

Sony RX10 II: Stunning bridge camera with a 1-inch sensor and high-quality zoom lens. Save £300, now only £999 at Camera World

Sony RX100 IV: Save £80 on this premium compact camera, now only £749 at John Lewis

DSLR deals

Canon EOS 1300D: Twin lens kit with 18-55mm and brilliant ‘nifty fifty’ 50mm f/1.8 STM lens for only £299 from Jessops

Canon EOS 6D: Get yourself this full-frame DSLR for the same price as some APS-C DSLRs, saving £200 at Wex Photographic

Canon EOS 5D Mark III: Pick up this brilliant full-frame DSLR with an instant £150 off now only £2,349 from Clifton Cameras using code BF5D3.

Canon EOS 5D Mark IV: One of the best DSLRs out there right now has £400 off, now £3,199 at Camera World

Nikon D3400: Nikon’s latest entry-level DSLR now has £110 off and comes bundled with an 18-55mm VR lens and accessory kit, now only £377 from Camera World

Nikon D500: Nikon’s long awaited D300s follow-up was worth the wait and now only £1,649 at Camera World

Pentax K-50: Entry-level DSLR with 18-55mm lens and the choice of either a 35mm or 50mm prime lens for only £349 from Clifton Cameras

Mirrorless deals

Fuji X-Pro2: Bundled with the excellent 35mm f/1.4, it can be snapped up with a £100 discount and a further £280 cashback, meaning you only end up paying £1,478 at Clifton Cameras

Leica T: Save £281 on this premium mirrorless camera, now only £999 at Clifton Cameras

Olympus OM-D E-M10 II: A brilliant mirrorless camera with a £229 (£75 cashback) saving is down to £420 at Camera World

Olympus Pen-F: This wonderful retro-inspired camera and 17mm lens bundle now has £220 with code BF-PENF-220, now only £979 at Park Cameras  

Panasonic GF7: £50 off this neat entry-level mirrorless camera with a 12-35mm lens – now only £249 at Jessops

Lens deals

Canon L-series lenses: Get 5% off when you buy a Canon L-series lens from Wex Photographic

Nikon 50mm f/1.8: £30 off this must-have lens for Nikon owners, now only £169 from Jessops

Pentax 16-50mm f/2.8: Save £450 on this high end standard zoom for Pentax DSLRs, now only £599 from Park Cameras

Pentax 50-135mm f/2.8: Save £400 on this pro-spec telephoto zoom lens for Pentax DSLRs, now only £699 from Park Cameras

Sigma 105mm f/2.8 Macro: Save £350 on this Canon-fit prime macro lens, down to £299 at Park Cameras

Sigma 105mm f/2.8 Macro: Save £350 on this Nikon-fit prime macro lens, down to £299 at Park Cameras

Sigma 10-20mm f/3.5: A massive £350 off one of our favourite wide-angle zoom lenses. Canon-fit version now only £299 at Park Cameras

Sigma 10-20mm f/3.5: A massive £350 off one of our favourite wide-angle zoom lenses. Nikon-fit version now only £299 at Park Cameras

Sigma 150-600mm f/5-6.3 Sport: £400 off this monster telephoto zoom lens. Canon-fit version now only £1,099 at Park Cameras

Sigma 150-600mm f/5-6.3 Sport: £400 off this monster telephoto zoom lens. Nikon-fit version now only £1,099 at Park Cameras

Sigma 150-600mm f/5-6.3 Contemporary: £510.99 saving to be made on this great telephoto zoom lens. Canon-fit version now down to just £689.99 at Park Cameras

Sigma 150-600mm f/5-6.3 Contemporary: £510.99 saving to be made on this great telephoto zoom lens. Nikon-fit version now down to just £689 at Park Cameras

Camera accessories deals

DJI Phantom 4 drone: 4K camera drone has £190 off, now only £1,099 at Clifton Cameras

Domke F-803 shoulder bag: Lovely rugged camera bag with £50 off, now only £99 from Park Cameras

Manfrotto accessories: 20% off all Manfrotto tripods and bags at Wex Photographic 

Manfrotto 190 Go! tripod: Perfect set of legs for new photographers. £60 saving, now only £119 from Clifton Cameras

Headphone & audio deals

Headphones

Sennheiser HD 598 Cs Closed Back Headphones Black are reduced to £89 from £199.99 at Amazon

B&O PLAY by Bang & Olufsen Beoplay H3 ANC In-Ear Headphones – Gunmetal Grey are reduced to £109 from £199 at Amazon 

B&O PLAY by Bang & Olufsen Beoplay H2 On-Ear Headphones – Silver are reduced to £99 from £169 at Amazon

Bose SoundSport Audio Only In-Ear Headphones- Charcoal are reduced to £39.99 from £79.99 at Argos

Beats Solo 2 Wireless Headphones- Active Collection – Blue are reduced to £149.95 from £235 at Argos 

Sennheiser Momentum 2 Around Ear Android Headphones – Black AND Sennheiser Momentum M2 In Ear Wired Apple iOS Headphones for just £199, saving £139.99 at Argos

Sennheiser Momentum 2 Around Ear Android Headphones – Black are reduced to £199 from £269 at Argos

Sennheiser Momentum M2 In Ear Wired Apple iOS Headphones are just £69.99 reduced from £89.99 at Argos 

Sennheiser IE 80 Ear Canal Headphones, Black are just £134.97, 50% saving at John Lewis 

Speakers

Amazon Echo Smart Speaker now £119.99, saving £30 at Amazon

Amazon Echo Dot now £39.99, saving £10 at Amazon

Sonos PLAY:1 Smart Speaker, Black now £139, saving £30 at John Lewis  

UE MEGABOOM by Ultimate Ears Bluetooth NFC Portable Speaker, Black now £149.95, saving £100 at John Lewis

B&O PLAY by Bang & Olufsen Beoplay A2 Portable Bluetooth Speaker, Blue now £239, saving £60 at John Lewis

B&O PLAY by Bang & Olufsen Beolit15 Bluetooth Speaker, Ice Blue now £299, saving £100 at John Lewis 

SONY GTK-XB7B Wireless Megasound Hi-Fi System – Black now £179, saving £100 at Currys 

SAMSUNG R Lite Audio 360 Wireless Smart Sound Multi-Room Speaker now £84.99, saving £85 at Currys

PANASONIC SC-HC397EB-K Wireless Flat Panel Hi-Fi System – Grey now £159.99, saving £40 at Currys 

Wearables deals

SONY SmartWatch 3 Classic SWR50 – Black now £69.99, save £30 at Currys

APPLE Watch Series 1 – 38 mm now £269.00, save £20 at Currys 

APPLE Watch Series 1 – 42 mm now £299.00, save £20 at Currys

Apple Watch 1st Gen 42mm Stainless Steel Case & Woven Nylon Band now £329.00, save £100 at John Lewis

Huawei W1 Stainless Steel Classic Smartwatch with Leather Strap now £167.99 from £239.00 (back in stock 1 December) at Amazon

Withings Activity Steel, now £87.99 from £139.95 at Amazon

Withings Sapphire Activity, now £175.99 from £320 at Amazon

Withings Activity Pop, now £74.99 from £119.95 at Amazon

Garmin Forerunner 235, now £229.99, save £20 at John Lewis

Garmin Fenix 3 GPS Multisport Watch, Grey, now £289.99, save £85 at John Lewis 

TomTom Golfer 2 GPS Watch, Black now £149.99, save £50 at John Lewis

TomTom Touch Fitness Tracker, Black now £99.99, save £30 at John Lewis

Withings Pulse Ox now £39.99, save £30 at John Lewis 

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