The day itself may be over, but Black Friday sales certainly aren't. If you're looking for the very best deals on the very best products this Black Friday Weekend and Cyber Monday, you're in the right place. We are bringing you the very best Black Friday tech deals in the UK, as well as tips on how to bag them before they sell out.

We're covering deals across laptops, PCs, TVs, Fitbit, gaming consoles, smart home, and everything else in between. This article is being regularly updated to bring you the very best deals, so keep it bookmarked.

We're focusing on UK deals here, but for smart home and entertainment deals in the US, visit Tech Hive, and for PC, laptop and component deals visit PC World.

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Find even more in our Black Friday hub, or continue reading for a list of all of the UK sales on now and our pick of the top 20 deals on the web.

Black Friday sales on now

Here's a list of the UK tech retailers that have Black Friday sales, with links to their relevant Black Friday pages.

Best Black Friday deals 2020

We're working tirelessly to find you the best deals – here's how. Below are some of the very best offers available right now.

1. Apple iPhone 12 (128GB)

From: Amazon

Was: £849

Now: £748.97  (£100 off)

The iPhone 12 has £40 off from a few retailers, in the biggest discount since its launch – but Amazon now has up to £100 off! See the best iPhone 12 deals here.

2. Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro (SIM-free)

From: Amazon

Was: £249

Now: £219  (£30 off)

You can now buy the Redmi Note 10 Pro on Amazon, which is also offering up to £30 off. Here's everything there is to know about the Note 10 Pro's pricing, availability, and deals.

3. Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 (128GB, cellular)

From: Amazon

Was: £719

Now: £599  (£119 off)

This 4G LTE 11in Tab S7 is an absolute powerhouse, despite being on the lower rung of Samsung's 2020 Tab S ladder. Best of all, it's available with a sizeable £119 discount, courtesy of Amazon.

4. HP 13in Envy x360 2-in-1 (Ryzen 7, 8GB RAM, 128GB Storage)

From: HP Store

Was: £999.98

Now: £899.99  (£99 off)

The HP Envy 2-in-1 touchscreen laptop with a 360-degree hinge now has £99 off directly from HP as a part of its Spring Sale.

5. Bitdefender Total Security - 1 Year, 5 Devices

From: Bitdefender

Was: £69.99

Now: £27.99  (£42 off)

Bitdefender is consistently rated as one of the best options for protecting your Windows, macOS, iOS and Android devices, and this deal allows you to use your subscription on five computers, phones or tablets.

It's rated Advanced+ (the top score) by AV-Comparatives and gives you excellent anti-malware protection against the latest threats.

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6. Samsung Galaxy S20 FE (128GB, SIM-Free)

From: Amazon

Was: £599

Now: £469  (£130 off)

Save £130 on the Galaxy S20 FE from Amazon. There's also £154 off the 5G variant.

7. Samsung Galaxy S21+ (8GB RAM, 128GB)

From: Amazon

Was: £949

Now: £745  (£204 off)

The larger of Samsung's new S21 flagship phones is already available with a sizeable discount on Amazon. This deal is for the 6.7in display-toting Galaxy S21+, with 128GB of storage.

8. OnePlus 8T (8GB RAM, 128GB)

From: John Lewis

Was: £549

Now: £449  (£100 off)

The OnePlus 8T with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage is now £100 cheaper from John Lewis. John Lewis also has £100 off the model with 12GB RAM and 256GB storage. Also available from Amazon.

9. Samsung Galaxy A12 with Nintendo Switch

From: Virgin

Now: From £20 per month, no upfront cost

The Galaxy A12 may not be the nippiest phone on the market, but Virgin's sweetening the pot with a free Nintendo Switch worth £279.

10. Oppo Find X3 Pro

From: Carphone Warehouse

Was: £1,099

Now: Free Oppo Smart Watch, wireless charger, & protective case  (worth £395)

If you buy the new Oppo Find X3 Pro by April 13, you can claim a gift bundle that includes the Oppo Smartwatch (46mm, Wi-Fi) and other accessories. The Oppo Find X3 Neo and Lite also come with additional gear. Here's everything you need to know.

11. Voxi Unlimited 5G data SIM for jobseekers

From: Voxi

Was: £35

Now: £10 per month  (for six months)

To make the pandemic easier for jobseekers, VOXI has brought back its offer that includes unlimited data for just £10 per month for six months, reduced from £35 per month. You can cancel anytime. Ends 30 September 2021.

12. Voxi 12GB data with Endless Social Media (SIM-Only)

From: Voxi

Now: £12 per month

We’ve checked, and it’s a very good deal with unlimited social media use and no apparent catches.

13. Microsoft Surface Pro 7 (i5, 8GB, 128GB)

From: Amazon

Was: £899

Now: £678  (£221 off)

The i5 Surface Pro 7 with 8GB of RAM and a 128GB SSD is now down to £678 on Amazon, saving an impressive £221 on the RRP. The same model is available from the Microsoft Store for £679.

14. HTC Vive Cosmos

From: Currys PC World

Was: £699

Now: £579  (£120 off)

You can save an incredible £120 on the HTC Vive Cosmos from select retailers at the moment. The headset is still PC-powered, unlike the Oculus Quest, but offers an upgraded experience when compared to the original HTC Vive. 

15. Nuraphone + Gaming Mic

From: Amazon

Was: £369.99

Now: £269.99  (£100 off)

Nura's Nuraphone + gaming mic combines the personalised audio experience of the high-end cans with a great quality boom mic, bringing an unparalleled audio experience to your gaming sessions. Find out more in our full Nuraphone review

16. Google Nest Mini (2nd generation)

From: 365Games

Was: £49

Now: £22.89  (£26.11 off)

Google's Easter sale slashes prices across its devices, including the Nest Mini, now with £15 off from major retailers like Currys PC World; but 365 Games has the cheapest price around right now at £22.89.

17. Google Nest Hub


Was: £79

Now: £59  (£20 off)

This deal from AO slashes £20 off the 7in Google smart display. Read our full Google Nest Hub review.

18. OnePlus 8 Pro (12GB RAM and 256GB storage)

From: Amazon

Was: £899

Now: £649  (£250 off)

You can save £250 on the OnePlus 8 Pro in Amazon's Spring Sale – this includes the model with 12GB RAM and 256GB storage. See the best OnePlus 8 deals here.

19. OnePlus 8T (8GB RAM, 128GB)

From: Amazon

Was: £549

Now: £449  (£100 off)

With the OnePlus 9 now available, you can save £100 on last year's OnePlus 8T on Amazon. See the best OnePlus 8T deals right here.

20. Samsung Galaxy A52 5G with free Galaxy Buds+ earphones


Now: £22 per month (30GB data)  (£139 off Galaxy Buds+)

When you buy the brand new Samsung Galaxy A52 5G on contract from Vodafone you also get a free pair of Samsung Galaxy Buds+. We're looking at the best Galaxy A52 offers here.

Best Tech Deals - Sorted by Category

To find the best Black Friday deals and discounts by device category see our round-ups below: 

Black Friday laptop/PC deals

Black Friday phone deals

Black Friday gaming deals

Black Friday tablets, iPads & Smartwatch deals

Black Friday Software & Security deals 

Black Friday deals on everyday tech

For more detail about some of our top take a look at the sales we've seen for Black Friday 2020 in the UK.

Amazon Black Friday sale - We're seeing discounts from top phone brands like OnePlus, Xiaomi and Samsung. Keep in mind many of these deals last for one day only, so you'll have to act quickly. Unlike Prime Day, you don't need a Prime membership to pick up a discount.

Adobe - Currently has 20% off Creative Cloud All Apps plan. The offer was due to end on 27 November but as of 9am on 28 November it still appears to be available. - AO is listing Black Friday deals across white goods, home and kitchen appliances, TVs, laptops and more. We would recommend comparing prices against Amazon and Currys, which tend to have more competitive prices. We'll note any discounts that outdo other retailers -- like this £80 discount on the 50in Smart Ambilight 4K Ultra HD TV (50PUS7805) which is cheaper than Currys' and has better availability than Amazon.

Argos - Argos's Black Friday deals have begun, with discounts across all areas of  its catalogue including TVs, phones, tablets, smart home, vacuum cleaners, appliances and more.

Appliance City - Fridge freezers, cookers, washing machines, kitchen appliances and more with big discounts here. Be sure to add the relevant code to your basket - it'll tell you what the code is on the product page, eg SALE50.

Appliances Direct - Black Friday Early Access - Up to 70% off bathroom, white appliances, kitchen applicances, smartphones, and TVs. has deals across laptops, gaming PCs, accessories, monitors and more. It's definitely one to watch for Black Friday bargains.

BT - For deals across mobiles, SIM Only plans, smart home, and other tech.

Carphone Warehouse "The Wait is Over"Carphone Warehouse has kicked off Black Friday deals on its handsets. If you shop broadband and TV, you can also get a £100 Just Eat voucher.

Currys PC World is one of our favourite places to shop for Black Friday deals on tech. You'll find massive discounts on pretty much everything electronic. Well worth a check if you're looking for something specific. We're separately covering the best Currys Black Friday deals here

Dell If you're looking for laptop deals, Dell has also launched its Black Friday Early Access sale. Use code BLACK15 for up to 15% off.

EbayDon't forget this other retail giant when you shop for Black Friday deals. If you feel hesitant, stick to highstreet shops like Currys on eBay and Argos on eBay.

Giffgaff - Get up to £160 off handsets. There are also some good refurbished deals here plus some good iPhone and Samsung deals.

Google Store - Discounts across Nest Audio, Nest Mini, Nest Hub Max, Pixel 4a and Stadia Premiere Edition.

Hughes - For discount across all sorts of tech, check out Hughes' Black Friday deals. It has a handy list of coupon codes you can use sitewide with up to £80 off (use BF80 on products over £1200)

John Lewis - Black Friday deals at John Lewis include hundreds of electrical offers on some of 2020's most popular products. Lots of Apple products have been discounted, as well as other phones, vacuum cleaners and more.

Laptops Direct - Up to 30% off laptops, phones, PCs and TVs.

Lovehoney - Get up to 50% off toys, lingerie and accessories for Black Friday.

Microsoft - You'll find deals across Surface and Xbox products over at Microsoft's own store for Black Friday. You can often find deals outside of Microsoft on these products too, but Microsoft itself does particularly good discounts when it comes to bundles.

Mobile Phones Direct - The phone reseller has several high data plans available across Apple iPhone and Samsung Galaxy devices with no upfront costs.

NordVPN - It's hands down the best VPN on the market right now. Instead of Black Friday, Nord has jumped the gun to Cyber Monday and is offering new subscribers 68% off.

Samsung is offering big discounts on most of its products, including £250 off Galaxy Note20, £200 off soundbars when bought with TVs.

Sky - 50% off Sky TV packages, 50% off 30GB phone plans, 30% off Superfast Broadband and more.

Three - Get unlimited data for £17 per month.

Very - For deals across tech and lifestyles head on over to Very. It's prices aren't always the most competitive so we'd thoroughly recommend comparing its discounts against the top dogs Amazon and Currys before heading to check out.

Zyro - Up to 85% off web hosting with free domain for a year, unlimited bandwidth and storage available


Our Black Friday 2020 predictions

Based on past years and closely monitoring trends from past sales, we made some predictions ahead of this year's event. Here's how we did:

Predictions that came true

  1. Currys PC World may offer free next-day delivery vouchers, but on purchases above a certain value - True: Currys is offering free next delivery on certain products, but there isn't a minimum purchase value
  2. Amazon will discount its Echo range, with the Echo Dot 3 (RRP £49.99) likely to sell for £22 or lower (likely with 2-3 months of Amazon Music Unlimited bundled in) True: The Echo Dot is now £18.99 and Amazon slashes up to 50% off Echo and Echo Show
  3. Google will follow suit and also discount its Google Nest Mini (£49.99) to match Amazon's pricing, along with discounts on its Pixel 4a or possibly the Pixel 5 True: Google's Black Friday sale drops the Nest Mini's price to £23
  4. eBay will offer an additional 10% discount code on top of Black Friday deals offered from its merchants True: ebay has started various voucher code promotions with anywhere between 5% to 20% off
  5.  Three will launch an unlimited data deal that will outdo its current offer True: Three is currently offering unlimited data for £17 per month which is £54 cheaper than its original plan (£22 per month, £11 first 6 months).
  6. Apple will offer Apple Store gift cards worth up to £160 until Cyber Monday – this may include discounts on the rumoured iPhone 12 True: although it's being a bit less generous with £120 gift cards this year.
  7. Fitbit will bring back discounts on the new Charge 4 Special Edition– and Amazon will beat those prices marginally. True: Fitbit's sale has begun, but Amazon and others have better prices on some models. See our Fitbit deals round-up.

Remaining Black Friday 2020 predictions:

  1. Adobe CC will launch its 40% off deal for a very limited time
  2. We'd also like to see Disney+ bring back its 7-day free trial before the holidays

When is Cyber Monday 2020?

Every year Black Friday falls the day after Thanksgiving, which we appreciate means little here in the UK. Black Friday 2020 is on 27 November 2020, which means it's already been and gone.

Cyber Monday is also a thing, and that happens the very next Monday, so in 2020 it's on 30 November 2020. Expect huge discounts all weekend in between, and most likely in the weeks either side.

What is Black Friday?

After a holiday of giving thanks for family, friends, and settled life, American retailers opted to juxtapose Thanksgiving with a huge day of commercial spending. Who were we Brits to resist the allure of heavily discounted items, too?

It is debated whether or not Black Friday refers to a day retailers finally went ‘into the black’, meaning they finally made profit for the year thanks to heightened sales, or whether it actually has morphed from a description of horrible traffic in Philadelphia on the Friday after Thanksgiving.

When Black Friday first gained huge popularity about 10 years ago, it was usual to see newsreel of people physically fighting over big TVs in the middle of Walmart (or Asda in the UK, who has now opted to not take part because of the mayhem).

You can’t blame them really, as scenes often got out of hand at shops. But Black Friday has passed beyond trivial now as it has moved online, and it is serious business for retailers.

Black Friday tips

The most important thing to do when considering whether something is a good deal is to ask yourself: “Would I still want and buy this if it was full price?” Often the answer may be no, which means you need to think whether you’re saving money with a discount, or wasting it caught up in the excitement of a sale.

A deal for one person won’t be a deal for someone else, no matter how many times Amazon, Argos or John Lewis might tell you otherwise.

It’s important to track the prices of the gadgets and tech you want well before Black Friday too - you don't be fooled into a deal that's not such a great deal after all.

It isn’t unusual (or difficult, or illegal) for some retailers to put prices up on Black Friday. Yes, that’s right - sometimes discount prices are higher on Black Friday compared to the rest of the year because dishonest retailers know they will get more page views from people ready to click buy.