If you fancy watching Christmas television on a bigger and better set this year, then these Black Friday deals may be just the thing for you.
November 27th will see retailers across the UK slashing prices on a host of items, and TVs will no doubt feature prominently.
This page will pull together all the best deals; helping you find the best bargains.
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The electrical retailer has a page ready and waiting, counting down the days to discount. This will certainly be one to keep tabs on. They also have buying guides to help you pick out what you want ahead of time.
There are already some great deals to be had on the site. For example, you can save £450 on an LG 43UF680V Smart Ultra HD 4k 43″ LED TV, which is on sale at £449.
Argos has staggered its cut-price fare across the weekends leading up to Black Friday, maybe in an attempt to avoid some of the ugly scenes witnessed at other stores last year.
Of what’s on offer already, this Hitachi 40 Inch Full HD LED TV/DVD Combi is a third off, now only £229.99.
The online marketplace expects nine million Brits to visit the site on Black Friday alone, with 25 items to sell every second.
Ahead of Black Friday, eBay is launching a brand new set of offers, every morning at 08:00 GMT until Cyber Monday on 30th November. Available now is an LG 50 inch Smart LED TV for £449.99.
Save £180 on a Cello 42 Inch 4K Ultra HD LED TV dropping from £499.97 to £318.98.
They will also be offering the latest television technology for a fraction of the high-street price.
After last Black Friday became AO.com‘s strongest day in its 15-year history, the online electricals retailer has since increased warehouse space by 30,000 square feet and put 16pc more vans on the road to cope with expected demand this year.
AO.com will be knocking up to £500 off 4K televisions, with an average saving of £150 across all TV and sound devices.
Currently there are deals on the site such as a Samsung UE50H6200 50″ Smart 3D TV for £569.
How to get the best Black Friday deals
No doubt you will have seen some of the rather unedifying pictures from last year’s Black Friday scramble. But don’t let that put you off taking advantage of bargains. Our handy guide has tips on how to do Black Friday without leaving your dignity at the door.