Black Friday – aka the best shopping event of the year – has finally arrived and we’re now in the second day of the bonanza. From deals on Apple Airpods to offers on Dyson vacuums, 2021 is panning out to be one of the sale’s biggest years yet.
The shopping bonanza offers you the chance to snap up a saving on everything from TVs, games consoles and laptops to home appliances, beauty products and mattresses from the likes of Amazon, John Lewis & Partners, Argos, Currys, Boots and Apple. It really is the best time of year to find a deal, and of course, make a dent in your Christmas shopping lists.
In order to help you grab a bargain during the mammoth sales bonanza, our team of expert IndyBest deal-hunters are on hand to find you the best offers throughout the sale . We’ve already seen some standout deals on everything from a Peloton bike to a whopping deal on a Nintendo Switch console bundle, but will continue to reveal the hottest offers as soon as they drop. Happy shopping!
Black Friday quick UK retailer links:
An unmissable Apple Watch series 6 deal for Cyber Weekend
In the market for a new fitness tracker? Amazon is currently offering £60 off the 2020 Apple Watch series 6 with the aluminium casing and a product red sport band. This GPS model lets you take calls, reply to texts and get directions while out and about, although you’ll still need your iPhone close by. It also has a blood oxygen sensor and an ECG monitor, and it’s got an always-on display that Apple says is 2.5 times brighter outdoors than the previous series 5.
To find out more, read out guide:
Eva Waite-Taylor27 November 2021 07:20
Good morning Black Friday shoppers
Welcome back The Independent’s rolling coverage of the Black Friday sales where we’ll be bringing you all the best deals and discounts as they drop – from tech, TVs and laptops to home appliances, fashion and beauty. It’s now the second day of the sale and retailers are ramping up their deals.
Eva Waite-Taylor27 November 2021 07:14
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