Black Friday is here once again and we take a look at what is currently on offer.
If you are in the market for a mobile phone the best deal we have seen for an iPhone XR the latest device from Apple, 64GB with 100GB data unlimited mins and texts and you can cap the contract not that you will ever go past your bundle of data mins and sms for just £36 a month and no up front fees!
You will have to sign up to Vodafone.
If you want a jacket look no further than Mountain Warehouse who have a huge range of jackets for all the family, a decent brand and good quality jackets and just about everything else, they sell walking shoes, pants, gloves and more.
Sports Direct have sales all year around so was no real surprise they have not got any Black Friday deals however they are offering a £10 voucher with every £50 spent.
Amazon started early this year and leading up to Black Friday they offered some incredibly cheap deals, much better than what they offered last year, mobile phones with 30% off, laptops from £120 and anything Amazon had been reduced by a lot this year.
You can buy an Amazon fire tablet 7″ for just £30 and an 8″ version which is way better at just £50.
Boots are giving away triple points today and some very good Black Friday offers in-store and online, fragrances are reduced right across the board worth having a look.
If you want to do your bit to help this struggling planet survive, get down to Halfords and bring home a Carerra hybrid bike for just £180, they have other offers also both in-store and online, Evans Cycles now owned by Sports Direct have some great offers on at the moment.
Sportshoes is the place to go though if you are a cyclist and a runner, some deals are really amazing, you can get a great pair of Gore-tex Adidas trainers for £60, and a range of other trainers to suit any distance or event cheaper than anywhere else.
Black Friday 2018 will be remembered as the best one ever, and will have helped many people get just that little bit more for themselves and family members.
It will also be one that could have put a lot of people into debt! do the maths, if you can afford it then let the monkey of your mind chatter away all it wants, if you cannot afford it no matter how cheap it might be, ignore the chatter, or you may end up on the scrap heap.