Black Friday UK 2019: Amazon is starting Black Friday a week early
- Black Friday 2019 will take place in the UK and the rest of the world this month
- Amazon and other retailers will roll out huge discounts over the next few weeks
- Consumers will be able to get their hands on deals across tech, beauty and more
Black Friday fever is almost upon us, and this year online retailer Amazon is rolling out the deals a whole week early in what will be its ‘biggest ever’ event.
That means you can get your hands on fantastic offers on toys, beauty, home and more over an extended eight-day period in the UK.
During Black Friday last year, customers purchased over two million items on Amazon. Popular buys included the much-loved Amazon Beauty Advent Calendar, the Amazon Echo Dot smart speaker and the highly-rated Instant Pot Pressure Cooker – showing the huge range of fantastic deals available on the day.
This year, the sales extravaganza is expected to feature Lightning Deals, limited-time offers, new exclusive-to-Amazon product launches and other big savings.
To find the very best Black Friday deals, it’s important to map out a strategy beforehand
When is Amazon Black Friday 2019?
Amazon has confirmed that its Black Friday sale will open at 00:01 on Friday, November 22 in the UK, and last until 23:59 on Friday, November 29.
This means that this year, the mega-retailer will offer an eight-day sales period on products across its whole range.
Best early Amazon Black Friday deals
As always, Amazon isn’t holding back all of its deals for Black Friday – there are a number of fantastic savings to be made on some great products right now.
Have a look at a selection of the best early deals available from the retailer:
At 30 per cent off, the Amazon Echo Dot is a great pre-Black Friday offering.
One of last year’s best-selling Black Friday products and the retailer’s most popular smart speaker, the 3rd generation Echo Dot with Alexa voice control is a must-have smart device for your home.
The Echo Dot streams music, sets timers and connects with others, and can also track fitness, answer questions, and allow you to voice control your home through connected smart devices. Simply plug the device in, connect to WiFi, and Alexa is ready to go.
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Amazon is offering an early Black Friday deal on the Fire HD 10, which the first Fire tablet with Alexa hands-free – designed for reading, entertainment and making everyday tasks easier.
The Fire HD 10 lets you enjoy your favourite movies and TV programmes on a brilliant 1080p Full HD display. You can also watch millions of movies, TV programmes, songs, Kindle eBooks, apps and games, with up to ten hours of battery life and 64GB of storage.
The device also features a VGA front-facing camera and 2MP rear-facing camera, which are perfect for Skype calls with friends and family.
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A massive 23 per cent saving is available on the Apple iPhone 8 in the run up to Black Friday.
The sleek iPhone 8 comes complete with a 4.7-inch Retina HD display with True Tone to give you vibrant photos and video playback, in addition to a 12MP camera with 4K video and a 7MP FaceTime HD camera on the front.
It also comes with Touch ID for secure authentication and Apple Pay, as well as the added benefit of wireless charging, which works with Qi chargers. The iPhone 8 is also water resistant to a depth of one metre for up to 30 minutes.
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START YOUR AMAZON PRIME FREE 30-DAY TRIAL
To be eligible for unlimited one-day delivery on millions of items in time for Black Friday, shoppers can register to become an Amazon Prime member.
If you’re not yet a member and want to take advantage of the exclusive deals and offers, you can sign up now for a free 30-day trial.
Not only will you be able to access Prime Day discounts, but you’ll also be able to enjoy all the benefits of membership, including free, one-day and two-day shipping, ‘try before you buy’ clothes, grocery savings and movies, TV shows, music and e-books.
You can sign up for your free 30-day trial HERE.
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