Sales season has started! Shop the Singles’ Day 2020 sales at these UK retailers

Posted: 11 November 2020 12:01 am

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The best thing about November? Sales, sales, sales! And it all kicks off with Singles’ Day on 11 November.

Browse our full list of Singles’ Day sales to get the best deals.

Singles’ Day began in China as a celebration of the country’s single population. The holiday falls on 11 November, as the date is written 1-1-1-1, all singles! Since its inception, Singles’ Day has evolved into a major retail holiday, firstly with international giants like AliExpress and Alibaba and more recently with fashion retailers like ASOS and boohoo offering customers big discounts.

This year’s Singles’ Day sale promises to be bigger than ever with discounts across electronics, fashion, beauty and homewares.

Which UK retailers take part in Singles’ Day?

What are the best deals available on Singles’ Day 2020?

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Be sure to check out our full list of Singles’ Day 2020 deals to get the best deals and make a start on your Christmas shopping.

Singles’ Day or Black Friday?

November is well-known as the first (and arguably biggest) month of the sales season. Black Friday 2020 takes place on 27 November, but due to the impact of COVID-19 we’ve been expecting most retailers to start their deals and discounts early, probably starting with Singles’ Day! So if there’s something you’re really after and you’re worrying about stock, check out the deals today and if it’s on sale, grab it now.

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