Black Friday is the best time to shop for post-Brexit bargain hunters. The American-style one day blow out is on 25th November this year. Unlike usual sales, you can find a whopping 70-80% off in some stores. So get saving!
The best savings are generally found on electronics and clothing. To maximise your Black Friday savings, make a list of what you need to buy, find the items and save them to bookmarks. It’s probably a good idea to open an online account with stores in advance in case of website crashes.
Often websites are extremely busy on Black Friday, just like the stores, so you’ll probably have to queue to get onto the page. Still, in our view, it beats battling it out in the store!
Retailers to watch this year
Amazon usually discount their whole Kindle range, so if you have your eye on one, bookmark it in advance and get straight onto it on the day. Currys PC World were one of the most popular retailers last year with over 30 TV’s selling each minute.
In clothing, House of Fraser had some fantastic deals last year. Their website allows you to create an account and save items to your wishlist to save time on the day. They advise to login before 9am to beat the rush. ASOS offer a similar system to save your favourites and with discounts of up to 70%, they are sure to be very popular with items selling out early.
Don’t forgot the airlines!
A flight for the same price as a cup of coffee? Yes, it’s possible on Black Friday! Of course, you’ll have to pay taxes on top. Check out easyJet deals, Virgin Atlantic, British Airways, Ryanair and Aer Lingus who all slash air fares for Black Friday.
Need an airport transfer? Use cabmania.com to get the lowest rates guaranteed. Our reverse auction system allows cabbies to bid for your fare so you get the best deal. They bid you choose.
See more great advice and a full list of stores to watch here http://www.mirror.co.uk/money/shopping-deals/black-friday-best-deals-2016-6630912