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The best Black Friday deals

by Lily Anderson |

Black Friday is always one of the biggest shopping events of the year, and this year pulled out all the stops.

Shop all the best Black Friday and Cyber week sales right here.

The biggest shopping event is starting early and going strong for some of your favourite brands, with extra savings to be found, what are you waiting for?

When is Black Friday 2022?

Black Friday 2022 falls on Friday, 25 November, they'll be plenty more deals to catch in the lead-up too.

Keen for Cyber Monday deals? Next year, [Cyber Monday](https://closeronline.co.uk/family/money/get-cyber-monday-cyberweekend-deals/d-deals/) is on Monday, 28 November, and we'll have you covered for that, too.

Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales around the web

Amazon UK Black Friday Deals

eBay UK Black Friday Deals

AO.com Black Friday sale

Currys Black Friday sale

Argos Black Friday sale

John Lewis Black Friday sale

Dell UK Black Friday sale

Feelunique Black Friday sale

Superdrug Black Friday sale

eBay UK Black Friday sale

Boots Black Friday sale

Beauty Bay Black Friday sale

Very Black Friday sale

Cult Beauty Black Friday sale

Goldsmiths Black Friday sale

Le Creuset Black Friday sale

MADE Black Friday sale

Nike Black Friday sale

Nasty Gal Black Friday sale

PrettyLittleThing Black Friday sale

Boohoo Black Friday sale

ASOS Black Friday sale

Topshop Black Friday sale

Schuh Black Friday sale

The White Company sale

Matalan Black Friday sale

Urban Outfitters Black Friday sale

Oliver Bonas Black Friday sale

What is Black Friday?

The event began in America, primarily with tech and electronic goods such as Smart TVs, on sale right after Thanksgiving to entice customers to begin their Christmas shopping. Now it’s moved over to the UK and you’ll find massive discounts on everything, not just tech, and is now the biggest event of the year for retailers.

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Top tips for Black Friday

Online shopping means you can grab the best bargains from the comfort of your sofa without any threat of elbows in the face. Amazon will be flooded with discounts on the day, and they often release new deals every few minutes.

eBay is also offering 10% off all Electronics and Home & Garden categories until Friday 26 November 10:59pm GMT.

Many people manage to bag some incredible bargains, but you need to get prepared to make the most out of this 24-hour extravaganza. It can be hella STRESSFUL. Just don’t get swept away by the madness – keep checking with Closer for up-to-date deals and discounts.

Here are our top tips to get the most from the madness of Black Friday:

Be social media savvy

Are you following all your favourite brands on all their social media platforms? Or do you get so annoyed by the constant emails and updates that target your inner shopaholic that you often end up hitting unfollow? Even though your willpower (and bank account) may take a battering, you need to get following them all back. Quick.

Over the course of the run-up to and during the Black Friday madness, you need to start paying attention to the emails you normally automatically delete and the social media posts you scroll past. Why? Because brands these days often award the customers that pay attention.

This might just be the case of alerting you about offers that only last an hour, giving you that extra 10% discount and informing you about exciting deals coming up in the day.

Although Black Friday historically only lasts a day, many brands like to make the most of the build-up – often dropping hints and discounts on social media a few days before and after.

Sign up for newsletters and updates

Yep, we all know they’re annoying and clog up your inbox but your inner bargain hunter will thank you when it’s all over.

VoucherCodes.co.uk's mission is to alert you of any deals and mega discounts before anyone else has a chance to. It even has its own discount codes you can use.

Pinpoint the websites and stores that have everything

Quite often, consumers head to their one favourite brand’s website to discover the deals and sometimes get let down by website glitches and problems at the checkout. The solution? Head to the big guns that sell multiple brands at once.

Amazon, ASOS, supermarket chains like Asda and Tesco, Very.co.uk and Argos will (fingers crossed) all be able to cope with the huge demand.

These guys have been prepping for this day allllllll year.

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Set up online accounts beforehand

The stressful part of Black Friday is normally reaching the checkout and having to go through a long process of sign-up forms, email verifications, and all that malarky. So if you're serious about shopping, make sure you set up your online account in advance – so come Black Friday, they’ll have all your details already.

It's a good idea to sign up for Amazon Prime before the day itself, too - you can get a 30-day free trial and it means you'll get free next-day delivery on loads of items as well as getting exclusive deals too.

Organisation is key

Spend the week beforehand pinpointing an area that you really want to focus on; whether it be the a-bit-too-expensive toy that’s on the top of your little one’s Christmas list or some swanky new garden furniture for next summer. Focus is everything! And try not to be distracted from what you're trying to buy, even if a deal looks good stick to your list.

If you're braving hitting the stores on the day, make sure you make a list of each store you want to explore and in order of importance. Toys for the kids first, handbag for your mother-in-law last.

Get your family involved

If you’re planning to complete your entire Christmas shop but also have a 9-to-5 job and the school run to fit into your busy day – enlist the help of your loved ones to help you out.

Some of your friends and family might happily head to Tesco’s early or scour the New Look flash sale for you – you’ve only got to ask.

Stay up until midnight on Thursday night

You can do some shopping from the comfort of your own home. ALL the big brands' Black Friday ONLINE deals go live at midnight, so it definitely pays to stay awake. You could always go to bed at the same time as the kids, or set loads of alarms to make sure you don’t lose too much precious sleep.

Alternatively, get to the stores early. Everyone knows how much us British folk love to queue.

Have a budget

Many of us are guilty of taking advantage of every single deal thrown our way, even if we don’t necessarily want or need what we’re buying. Take all those pesky buy-one-get-one-free deals in supermarkets, often making us buy products we never normally would…

Have a budget and stick to it. Experts also say that you should use a credit card (it’s the safest way to pay, as the bank will end up footing the bill if there is any kind of mishap.)

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