Black Friday 2020 will soon be drawing to a close. But this doesn't mean an end to all of the deals.
The entire event officially ends on Monday 30, which is otherwise known as Cyber Monday, and it marks the final day of the sale.
Cyber Monday has traditionally been the online-only day of the annual event, but this year the shopping weekend has been all been online, as shops have been closed across England due to the second lockdown fuelled by the coronavirus pandemic.
The Black Friday event originally began as a one day event in America taking place the day after Thanksgiving, but quickly expanded to cover the entire weekend of discounts galore, with big-name brands slashing their prices.
This year’s event has been the longest sale on record, as Amazon kicked things off at the end of October, unveiling new deals everyday since (and still going).
Cyber Monday is also your last chance to shop while saving money, and for bigger items such as TVs and furniture, it’s often the final opportunity to have your order delivered before Christmas, so we’d recommend setting your alarm for a final sweep of the shops.
Don’t forget to check back here either, and read our Black Friday guides, as our team will be handpicking the best bargains to bag, to help you navigate the sales with ease.
Whether you’re shopping for yourself or a loved one for Christmas, you’re guaranteed to find something in the sales that will tick off your list without breaking the bank.
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