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Black Friday & Cyber Monday technology deals in Hong Kong 2022

For tech junkies and gaming addicts, there’s no better time to buy than Black Friday: Here’s all the info you need.

Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales mean bigger discounts and better deals on a massive range of top technology, and 2022‘s Black Friday sales are nearly here! The majority of popular tech retailers are expected to extend the running of their sales events until close of business on Monday 29 November. If you have plans to pick up a new computer, console, gadget or some awesome smart tech, we’d recommend looking at the Black Friday sales.

Dust off those credit cards because Black Friday is literally crammed with all the products a true tech addict craves at prices that seem too good to be true. And if you can hold off until Cyber Monday, you may get an even better deal – as long as goods are not sold out. What better time to splurge?

All the best Black Friday tech deals in Hong Kong 2022

AliExpressAliExpress

AliExpress

Up to 70% off great-value deals

AmazonAmazon

Amazon

Up to 50% off daily deals

NortonNorton

Norton

$121 off Norton 360 for Gamers

AlibabaAlibaba

Alibaba

Fast FREE shipping on selected products

HarrodsHarrods

Harrods

Be a Rewards member for exclusive perks

HarrodsHarrods

Harrods

Get a personal shopping service online

GeekBuyingGeekBuying

GeekBuying

Up to 50% off smart home tech

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GeekBuying

$5 off orders over $100: Smart home

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GeekBuying

$10 off orders over $200: Smart home

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GeekBuying

$20 off orders over $500: Smart home

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GeekBuying

Up to 60% off smart home and furniture

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GeekBuying

20% off Tronsmart Force Pro Launch Sale

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GeekBuying

Up to 70% off tech gadgets: Back to School

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GeekBuying

5% off your orders

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GeekBuying

Up to 60% off select items

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GeekBuying

10% off computers, tablets and accessories

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GeekBuying

Up to $15 off TV boxes: New arrivals

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GeekBuying

Up to 50% off laptops, mini pcs, peripherals and more

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GeekBuying

50% off Wearable devices brand sale


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Black Friday participating stores


When does the Black Friday sale start?

The Black Friday sale starts around the globe on Friday 26 November. Be prepared for some fantastic bargains and one-off deals! Sales go through to Cyber Monday on 29 November, and sometimes a little beyond this. This is one of the best sales of the year for tech, gadgets and gizmos, so it’s an ideal time to stock up on some wishlist items for yourself and Christmas gifts for loved ones.


Product delivery details

Remember that delivery times can be delayed with the big sales like Black Friday and Cyber Monday, and there have also been some delays due to COVID-19. Allow time if you are shopping for a special occasion or from overseas. Otherwise, opt for expedited shipping or click and collect, if available. You can easily get your new gadgets quickly and in plenty of time for Christmas.


Can I shop in-store on Black Friday?

Sure you can! If your chosen store has a physical shop and they are open, you can shop in-store as well as online for all the bargains. Check your store’s website to find out details of store locations and current opening hours.

We find the sales crowds can be rather stressful, which is why we have put together this online shopping guide. It’s up to you.

Cyber Monday has traditionally been for online sales and specialises in tech. Many of the sales from Black Friday now, though, will continue through to Cyber Monday both in-store and online.


What time can I start shopping?

Online stores generally start their sales online at 12:00am on Black Friday. To be sure of the best deals, set your alarm clocks for super-early or stay up late!

Check your timezones too – if you are shopping from international sites the online sales are likely to be scheduled to different timezones.


Returns, exchanges and refunds

Check the returns policy on individual stores, especially return time frames. Many stores offer returns for change of mind, exchanges and even free returns postage, while others have stricter returns policies.


What is happening during this year’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday tech deals?

By taking a look at prior years’ highlights, we can try to predict the type of deals we may see when the sales arrive this time around.

Tech price tags have previously been slashed by 30% and more on laptops, all-in-ones and ThinkPads at Lenovo. TomTom has been known to reduce prices by up to 70%; HP kept up with the competition, offering hundreds of dollars off select products; and Dell have had special prices on laptops, desktops and more with their Student Purchase Program.

If you want to save big on tech, the Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales are your best bet.


Is it worth waiting until Black Friday?

If you can wait, yes! Black Friday is now in sight and it’s best known for offering awesome deals on tech, home cinema, computers and consoles. What harm can holding off on purchases for a couple more weeks do at this point? Trust us, it’s highly likely that the savings will be well worth the wait. And while the discounts are likely to be even better come Cyber Monday, stocks may be gone by this time.


Tips and tricks for shopping the Black Friday sales

Want to shop smarter during this year’s sales? Here are our top tips and tricks:

  • Subscribe to Finder’s newsletter. We’ll keep you in the loop with the hottest tech deals when they land. All you need to do is pop your email address in the subscription box below.
  • Organise your finances. Getting into debt when shopping the sales is a common mistake, and one that can be easily avoided by doing a little math in preparation. Work out a budget that suits your lifestyle and won’t leave you lumbered with hefty credit card bills in the aftermath.
  • Write a list. Think about what you want to walk away from the sales with. A new computer, laptop or tablet may seem attractive if the discount is substantial. But, do you really need it? Write down all the products you want to scope out when the sale lands so you know where to start your shopping spree.
  • Browse in advance. Take time to browse the products on offer a few days before Black Friday. Work out which store stocks the items you want, and if you see something you’re particularly interested in, add it to your basket. That way you’ll be able to check out faster when the sale lands and swerve the possibility of the product you want selling out.
  • Do your research. Black Friday raises the bar when it comes to retailer competition. There are a lot of stores that stock the same products, and discounts and deals are likely to vary from store to store when sale day arrives. Shop around to secure yourself the very best deal.
  • Check the validity of the site. Scammers have been known to set up fake websites to lure credit card details from unsuspecting shoppers. Click through from the Finder website to be safe or ensure that the website you visit starts with https:// rather than http://. The “s” stands for secure.

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