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Where to look for Black Friday deals?

Many online stores are taking pre-registrations for the Black Friday deals. Here’s what you need to know.

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We’re now a month and a half away from Black Friday. Before you ask when it is – it’s on the 26th of November, 2021. 

Black Friday is known for the fantastic sales and discounts that are announced nationwide. In the UK, Black Friday is the precursor to the crazy Christmas shopping bonanza. Most people start saving early to buy gifts for loved ones and friends in advance and at much lower prices than usual.

Black Friday 2021 will be doubly important since the Covid-19 pandemic put a halt to all the fun things like shopping, gatherings, going out, and meeting up in 2020. 

Most people feel they can get great deals only on Black Friday. However, Black Friday discounts, offers, cashback, points, and more start as early as October end.

Last year, there were online discounts, free deliveries, and cashback coupons to be used during virtual checkouts as against brick and mortar stores, malls, and more announcing their Black Friday deals and enticing shoppers with great sales. 

In 2020, discounts were announced as early as mid-October, with Amazon, Currys, and Argos kicking off huge sales ahead of schedule.

Experts believe one of the reasons for jumping the announcement game and extending the Black Friday deals could be due to the overall pandemic situation. However, this year also retailers seem to be geared up for large purchases. 

Where To Look For Black Friday Deals?

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Many online stores are taking pre-registrations for the Black Friday deals. Yet, some have already started with their discounts and promotional offers, and content. The UK’s mood for the festive season, sales, and offers slowly increase as more large brands start their Black Friday marketing activities. 

Currys: The Currys Black Friday Sale is known for brilliant discounts and bargains on flat-screen TVs, consumer technology like mobiles, tablets, phones, headphones, large white goods and appliances like washing machines, dryers, dishwashers, and more. Currys usually also runs a ‘Black Tag’ event that starts several weeks before the Black Friday big day sale. 

Amazon: The Amazon Black Friday Sale has some exceptional deals and discounts across the site. Right from groceries, large and small goods and books to gifts, home décor, kitchen essentials, computers and accessories, clothes, shoes, bags, pet care, and more, Amazon runs a site-wide discount for nearly a month.

Last year, Amazon ran the online sale from the 26th of October 2020 to the 19th of November 2020. It stands to reason that Amazon will also offer huge bargains, buybacks, easy payment options, and discounts for Black Friday 2021. 

Argos: The Argos Black Friday Sale is famous for kids toys, entertainment, white goods, cool gadgets, and TVs. Argos has already shared tips on their site for Black Friday shoppers. They have advised people to open up an Argos account (with the delivery address and payment details) to quickly add items to the cart before they go out of stock.

To decrease people shopping in their stores. Argos has also had an online pay offer with pickup at store outlets across the UK. Health and safety, social distancing, and Covid measures are still at the forefront of Argos’ customer relationship. 

M&S: The Marks & Spencers Sale is something most people wait for with eagerness. Marks & Spencers has deals and discounts on excellent gifts like perfumes, clothes, bags, swimwear, winter clothes, footwear, innerwear, and lingerie. Their range of formal garments for office and work are loved by everyone. 

John Lewis: The John Lewis Black Friday Sale is also quite popular. The Black Friday deals and discounts on major TV, audio, Christmas gifting, home and garden, furniture, and electrical brands are excellent. Sportswear, athleisure, and accessories are also quite a hit. 

How To Get The Best Deals For Black Friday?

Most online retailers run huge discounts and offers. Many times the products are usually clubbed with others. If this interests you, then getting an overall deal might be in your best interest. 

If you’re only shopping online and are getting everything home-delivered, it is best to take time, check the same product on two-three different black Friday deal sites, and then place an order for the lowest one. 

Another way to shop efficiently is to add the items in the wish list or product basket, note the total, and then check the price drop in the products with the discount.

Most people do not have enough time to sit and do a comparative analysis of all prices. It is best to add everything you need and just check if there is a substantial discount added to the basket. 

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