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Black Friday 2018 deals from major retailers of UK

The biggest shopping festival, Black Friday is almost here. The countdown has begun not only in USA but in other countries like UK also. It presents the shoppers a great opportunity to get hold to some great deals and offers on products which are in their shopping list.

In UK (United Kingdom), Amazon was the first retailer who started offering some great deals and discounts of Black Friday and Cyber Monday. However, now Amazon has some competition with other retailers but still it remains a major player. The below retailers are expected to come out with some great offers and deals on Black Friday 2018 in UK.

Amazon UK – In 2017, Amazon offered discounts  up to 20% on Samsung, Sony and Motorola smartphones. It even had sales on TV and were available at 30% off. Nintendo Switch was also on sale last year on Amazon. Expect Amazon UK to come out with similar deals this year, offering great savings on Smartphone, TVs and Gaming consoles.

Argos was a major player last year during Black Friday, offering discounts on thousands of its items. Toys and jewelry prices were slashed to a great extent which was a prime factor on pulling shoppers. Dyson V6 absolute cordless handstick vacuum cleaner carried a price tag of just £229.99. The Zinc smart X Hoverboard was being offered for £199.99. Expect to have similar discounts of many of it’s products during Black Friday 2018.

Boots had nice deals on Remington’s protect hair straighteners and was available for £39.99. It had the Beckham classic blue 40ml fragrance for just £10. It is expected, that Boots will be out with great offers on a number of it’s items this year.

Curry’s PC World had the Dyson V6 animal for £184 during Black Friday 2017. A Fitbit Alta was carrying a price tag of £69.99 and a Bravia 43 inch 4K LED TV was selling for £599. It is predicted that there will deals on a number of electronics this year ranging from TV sets to Computers.

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