Everything you need to know about Black Friday 2017 (UK)

Black Friday (24th November 2017) is where various shops and retailers lower their prices for a 24 hour period in the aim to get people to buy their products ready for Christmas. The deals are usually focused around technology but you can find all kinds of deals. You can often find people queuing for hours and hours in order to get their hands on the very best deals. It’s not surprising that UK shopper spent nearly £2bn on Black Friday 2016.

In recent years, Black Friday sales have moved more towards online deals with the additional creation of Cyber Monday (27th November). In fact you will find that for many days around Black Friday there will be lots of deals as retailers try to capitalise on the excitement of low offers.

Amazon UK has already announced that they will be offering huge discounts in the week running up to Black Friday. This includes special deals for Amazon Prime members (you can sign up for Prime 30 day free trial here.)

Expect reductions on many of the Amazon Echo range which is always a top present, especially with the new Echo range now available. Keep an eye on the below products from Amazon for some excellent deals in the coming weeks.

Other retailers worth keeping an eye on are Argos, ASOS, Microsoft, Apple, Nike, Disney Store,  Currys  PC World, Boots and Tesco. Keep an eye on eBay in the following weeks too as an influx of new listings brings some prices down.

Finally, remember that online stock can sell out very quickly so you need to be very quick and focused to get the right deals for you.

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