SHOPPERS can bag bargains WEEKS before one of the biggest sale days of the year.
Big shops including Currys and Argos have slashed prices before Black Friday in a bid to lure in customers early.
The sale day lands on November 25 this year.
But in 2021, multiple big brands launched top offers a week early to entice customers in and a number have done so again this year.
Remember though, you should always shop around when looking to buy anything in a sale.
You might find it cheaper elsewhere, or it might be worth waiting to get it at an even lower price later on.
Tom Church, founder of latestdeals.co.uk, said the best deals usually come the week before Black Friday.
“What you get on the day itself is stuff they haven’t managed to sell already which tends to be less popular items.”
Plus, he advised people to use price comparison tools like the Black Friday app to see if the price you’re getting is market-leading.
You can also try websites like Camel Camel Camel, moneysavingexpert.com and pricespy.co.uk.
Helen Dewdney, of the Complaining Cow, said to be wary of Black Friday deals that are sometimes cheaper after the sales day.
“It pays to do your research,” she said.
Below, we reveal some of the current deals on offer ahead of Black Friday on November 25.
Ninja Foodi Max 9-in-1 Multi Cooker, Â£199.99 (was Â£229.99) from Ninja – buy here
Ninja’s Black Friday sale has started and one of the products on offer is the Ninja Foodi Max 9-in-1 Multi Cooker for Â£199.99 down from Â£229.99.
The device can hold up to 7.5 litres in the cooking pot, while the cook and crisp basket can hold just under five.
We looked online to see if we could anything cheaper than Ninja’s website and Currys was selling the same device for Â£199, 99p cheaper.
John Lewis Freestanding Washer Dryer, Â£719 (was Â£849.99) – buy here
This John Lewis washer dryer comes with a three-year guarantee and a Â£130 saving.
It’s got an 8kg load capacity, 4kg dry capacity and a 1600 rpm maximum spin speed.
One great feature is that its spin cycle is only 76 decibels, with an alarm clock being around 80.
The product has 4.6/5 ratings from customers who’ve already bought one so it’s worth a look.
Henry HVX 200-11 vacuum cleaner, Â£140 (was Â£170) – buy here
Argos is selling a range of products at discounted prices, including this Henry hoover for Â£140.
The hoover comes with three floor tools, including a brush to vacuum carpets and a specialist hard-floor tool.
Plus, it’s got a 10 metre long cable and large bag capacity.
You can add four-year breakdown cover with accidental damage for Â£49.99.
Again, we checked out other prices online and found Currys selling the exact same model for Â£1 cheaper at Â£139.
If you’re not too fussed on getting that exact hoover, Screwfix was selling a Numatic NSR240-11 230V model for Â£119.99 which could save you some cash.
BaByliss Velvet Orchid 2300 Hair Dryer, Â£20.99 (was Â£41.91) – buy here
Amazon deals usually feature pretty heavily on Black Friday, especially as the sales day includes a lot of tech items.
Ahead of the day this year, the online e-com giant is selling a BaByliss hair dryer for Â£20.99, down from Â£41.91.
The piece of kit comes with a “frizz-control” setting, three-heat and two speed settings, plus a concentrator nozzle for targeted drying.
The offer on the hairdryer is ending in a days time and possibly earlier if stocks run out.
Amazon wasn’t the cheapest option when we looked online though.
We found BuysBest was selling the same model for Â£19.99.
Breville VCF126 Barista Max Coffee Machine, Â£299 (was Â£449) – buy now
Caffeine-lovers might be interested in this one.
The Breville Barista Max Coffee Machine was Â£449 but has been slashed to Â£299 on Curry’s website.
It comes with an integrated grinder and milk frother and tank capacity of 2.8 litres.
You’ll be able to get free delivery on it as well – anything over Â£40 isn’t charged for.
We found one place selling the same model for much cheaper when we looked online.
York-outlet.com was selling one for Â£208 – almost Â£100 cheaper than Amazon.
Oodie Twin Pack, Â£98 (was Â£178) – buy now
There’s a range of styles on offer, including this twin pack which comes with five-star ratings.
The clothing items is made out of soft flannel on the outside and sherpa fleece on the inside.
It comes machine-washable as well.
According to Oodie’s website, the pack is in high demand so you might have to wait a little longer than usual to get it delivered.
If you don’t fancy forking out nearly Â£98 though, you could go for an own-brand oversized hoodie brand.
Online Home Shop was selling one for Â£9 so two would cost you Â£18 while Groupon was selling one for Â£19.28.
Sony Bravia XR Ultra HD TV, Â£999 (was Â£1,399) – buy now
If you fancy upping your home entertainment game, you can bag this Sony TV for under Â£1,000.
The Bravia XR Ultra HD model is reduced to clear and comes with a five-year guarantee included in the price.
It comes with Google TV, so you can choose from a range of apps including streaming services.
You can get it delivered to your home for free as well.
When we looked to see if we could find the same TV model online for cheaper there was nothing more competitive than John Lewis.
Smart Home Kit: 2 x Echo Dot (3rd Gen), Charcoal Fabric + Philips Hue White Smart Light Bulb LED, Â£34.98 (was Â£99.97)
This smart kit comes with a few tech bits to spruce up your home.
The bundle includes two third generation Echo Dots and one Philips Hue White Smart Light Bulb LED (E27).
Echo Dots are voice-controlled smart speakers that work with Alexa and can be used to play music, catch up on news and control lightbulbs.
The Smart Light Bulb can be connected to the Echo Dots to be turned off at specific times to conserve energy.
You can order it today to arrive tomorrow – but you’ll have to pay a Â£4.99 delivery charge.
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