Top tech deals this Black Friday 2020

Posted: 28 November 2019 11:42 am
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Pick up the best tech deals with Finder.

If you’re looking for discounts on anything from a brand spanking new laptop to sleek tablets and 4K TVs, Finder’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales picks are sure to help you find the best deals.

Expect plenty of discounts on offer this Black Friday sales weekend, but, if you just can’t wait that long, we’ve rounded up the best early deals you can get your hands on from some of the UK’s top retailers. Browse cheeky discounts from the likes of Amazon, Argos, eBay, John Lewis, Very and so many more.

Finder’s top picks so far…

Here are just a few hot bargains to get you started. You’re welcome.

Get your skates on because you can currently get 27% off a Philips 4K UHD Smart TV at Amazon. That means you’re going home with a brand new Android TV for £399, down from £549. Bargain! Other deals on-site include up to 30% off Xbox bundles and 50% off Amazon Echo devices.

Need some fancy new tech or an upgrade on household appliances? Shop Argos for great-value goods. We’re talking £80 off the Apple Watch S3, a third of the price off a Dyson V7 Motorhead and £120 off the Hitachi 50 Inch Smart 4K TV. You heard it here first.

Shop now for 23% off the JVC 4K Ultra HD TV at eBay. It’s the perfect opportunity to bag yourself a great TV for less. But hurry, when they’re gone, they’re gone. Go on, treat yourself.

At John Lewis, you can save £60 right now on the Google Nest Hub for smart home control. But if it’s a new pair of headphones you’re after, shop Dr Dre Wireless Beats and save £100.

As well as great deals on women’s fashion, Very is a great choice if you’re looking to save some money on new gadgets this season. The Apple iPad can be bought online for just £399 right now, down from £647. Is it a new phone you’re after? Save a juicy £170 on the Samsung Galaxy S10E.

Don’t fancy any of the above? Search for more discounts and sales from a range of other stores using the special tool on our Black Friday fashion deals page.

Black Friday falls on 29 November this year and Black Friday sales will see Brits not only hit the high street but also go crazy online.

But don’t worry, Finder will keep on top of the latest steals throughout the day, so keep checking our shopping pages in order to find the best bargains.

Many stores now extend their Black Friday sales across the weekend and into the following week. Some Black Friday discounts even remain online right through to Cyber Monday.

Cyber Monday always falls on the Monday after Black Friday and this year it’s 2 December.

Finder’s tips and tricks for shopping the Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales

If, like us, you’d rather avoid the high street and shop from the comfort of your own home, then shopping online with Finder is the best option this Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Here are our tips for nabbing the best bargains:

  • Do your research. Many stores publish their deals before Black Friday, meaning you have time to consider your options and really find the best bargain before the big day. It’s also worth looking at prices well before Black Friday, as not all Black Friday deals are the cheapest you’ll find during the year.
  • Make sure the store ships to the UK. It’s always a good idea to check that the retailer delivers to your address in the UK before you get excited over a deal.
  • Shop around. You might find a better deal elsewhere. For example, Apple is notorious for offering mediocre Black Friday deals, while other stockists selling new or refurbished Apple products offer a better discount.
  • Can you return your items? It’s easy to get caught up in the bargains. Make sure you read the returns policy before you purchase anything, as some stores may not allow you to return sale items.

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