Shoppers who are out for a bargain on tech, gadgets or a new TV will want to keep Black Friday at Currys PC World on their radar.
The online sales event might still be weeks away, but it's worth keeping an eye on if you're planning a big Christmas purchase or are after this season's latest in tech.
The biggest shopping day of 2017 in the UK is the day after Thanksgiving in the U.S and this year it falls on Friday, November 24, with sales carrying on through the weekend to Cyber Monday.
Currys has already launched into Black Friday with its "Why Wait" deals event starting early, so look out for the best deals.
What is the Currys PC World Black Tag event?
Last year, Currys PC World held its 'biggest ever Black Tag event' in the run-up to Black Friday with around 141 orders per minute across the 10-day period. Around half of its traffic came from mobile devices.
This year, Currys is launching its "Why Wait" sale, with prices slashed on dozens of items a two weeks early. Dixons Carphone director of communications Matt Walburn said: “Black Friday is still one of the most important dates in both retailers and consumers shopping calendar but it’s great to be able to offer products at a discounted price before the big rush on the 24November.”
Here are just some of Currys Black Friday deals
Lenovo IdeaPad 320-15IKBN
This Lenovo laptop with Intel Core i7 processors has £200 off to start the Black Friday sales. Currys PC World are offering it with a healthy discount on the usual price, and it features a solid 8GB of RAM and Kaby Lake internal processors.
Hoover Dynamic Link DHL
This Hoover has a fast quick wash time of 14 minutes and a A+++ energy rating to keep bills down.
LG 55UJ701V 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD
Grab a 55-inch 4K television for £300 off its usual price, this 4K ultra HD model from LG has plenty of HDMI connectivity and catch-up TV built in.
Dyson V7 Motorhead Pro
This Dyson has 30 minutes of run time and the company's own patented technology to create a cyclone for your hoover getting even the hardest ingrained dirt.
What were the best Currys PC World deals last year?
Last year Currys PC World had discounts on Google's Chromecast, which was £20 down from £30. Meanwhile, there were some huge discounts including better than half price on Dolche Gusto coffee machine Coffee Machines and more than £200 off this Dyson V6 vacuum cleaner.
Currys say its biggest sellers last year included LG and Samsung TVs, Dyson vacuum cleaners, coffee machines and HP laptops. Deals started at 12am and the store was selling five items per second at its peak.
In 2015, Currys reported selling 30 TVs per minute, so look out for further discounts this time around.
How to make sure you find the best deals this year
Currys have made sure to host a Black Friday sale to match the competition and compete with other tech rivals. They also make sure they keep their price match promise going over Black Friday, with Currys matching deals from Argos, Asda, John Lewis, Tesco or AO.com.
Users can download the Currys price comparison app to make sure they have the best offer around.
Currys also suggests users take a browse through their list of top tech gifts to find the items they want ahead of the sale. This includes soon items such as the Xbox One X, released in November, and the Lenovo Star Wars virtual reality headset.
How to find the best TV deals at Currys
With TV sales being a major part of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, it's good to know the kind of things to look for ahead of the sales.
Currys own buying guide suggests you keep an eye on screen size, picture quality and TV technology when buying a new set, and consider whether you want a curved screen - which are more immersive but can limit viewing angles - or a standard screen, which now can be incredibly thin.
4K TVs are also becoming the mainstream now, so make sure you are buying the latest technology.
Currys' PC World also has an app to help you judge the kind of screen size you will need by measuring how far away you sit from your TV.
For more information on what to look out for when buying a new television, see our TV buying guide.
How to find the best laptop deals at Currys
Currys sold a wide range of laptops on Black Friday last year, offering major deals on HP laptops in particular. When buying a laptop, check that you are getting one of the latest models, or at least look for a discount on last year's version with i5 processors and around 8GB of RAM, if you want something powerful.
What are Currys PC World's delivery options?
As well as being able to collect in store for free, you can choose from a range of free, next-day, and same-day delivery options. Although Currys PC World don't deliver to the Channel Islands, they do to mainland UK, Northern Ireland, Anglesey, the Isle of Wight, the Isle of Sheppey, the Isle of Skye, and the Isle of Man.
Currys classes laptops, desktops computers, TVs under 39", cameras, kettles, irons, microwaves and other small kitchen appliances as small items.
Next-day delivery is costs £3.95 and during the week customers in selected areas can opt for same-day delivery, as long as they order by 9:30am. Currys also offers a simplified time-slot delivery service, with a flat rate of £9.95 and slots from 12pm to 5pm and 5pm to 8pm.
Currys classes dishwashers, washing machines, tumble dryers, TVs over 39", fridges, freezers, and ovens as large items. You have to pay for £4.99 if you want your parcel delivered on a Saturday (between 7am and 8pm), however delivery is free on all other days. If you want your item to arrive at a specific time you can pay £19.99 for weekdays and Sundays and £24.99 for Saturdays.
On Black Friday, Currys PC World will probably run a sales event over several days, so sign up to their registration page to be the first to find out about it. TVs, laptops and home gadgets are a big part of Currys' annual Black Friday sales - plus, look out for price promise guarantees across their range to get the best price.
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