Currys Black Friday 2020 deals start early – here’s some of today’s biggest bargains

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The big Black Friday 2020 sales bonanza doesn’t officially begin until later this month but that’s not stopping some retailers from launching deals early. Amazon had already revealed some price cuts on its Fire TV devices and now Currys is joining the party with a pre-Black Friday sale starting today.

The retailer’s “Ready, Set, Go!” event runs until November 19 and has plenty of discounts on top tech including 4K TVs, Windows 10 laptops, fitness trackers and Beats headphones.

If it’s a new smartphone that takes your fancy you can get some discounts on Apple’s iPhone 7, Huawei’s P30 Lite New Edition and Samsung’s Galaxy A41.

There’s also money off home appliances such as coffee machines and fridge freezers.

Clearly, with the UK in lockdown, you’re not going to be able to head in-store but Currys says its shops are offering Order & Collect so you won’t have to wait for your shiny gadgets to be delivered.

READ MORE: Amazon slashes Fire TV Stick and Fire TV Cube prices in early Black Friday 2020 sales

Here’s some of the best deals available right now via Currys’ “Ready, Set, Go!” sale event.

MARSHALL Major III Wireless Bluetooth Headphones – NOW £49 • SAVE £80

Fitbit Inspire 2 with free Google Minis – NOW £89.99 • SAVE £49

Beats Solo 3 – NOW £129 • SAVE £50

Samsung 55-inch TV – NOW £999 • SAVE £300

LG 4K TV – NOW £699 • SAVE £200

LENOVO IdeaPad 3 – NOW £279 SAVE £100

TASSIMO Coffee Machine – NOW £29 • SAVE £60.99

Samsung Galaxy A41 – NOW £19.99 per month • SAVE £48

Apple iPhone 7 – NOW £22.99 per month • SAVE £130

Google Pixel 4A – NOW £21.99 per month • SAVE £72

Huawei P30 Lite New Edition – NOW £17.99 per month • SAVE £96

WHAT IS BLACK FRIDAY?

Black Friday has become the biggest shopping day of the year after crossing over from the US. Amazon, Tesco, Argos, and other shops offer Black Friday shopping deals and traditionally slash prices and offers on technology and electronic goods on the Friday after Thanksgiving. This year it falls on November 27.

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