This year’s biggest selling event is only a few weeks away, and 2020 is more likely to deliver Black Friday discounts than ever before. All major retailers including Argos, Currys and Amazon are expected to join the slashing party that will officially begin Friday, November 27.

However, if there’s anything previous years have to go through, some supermarkets will likely reveal deals before Black Friday itself.

Last year, Currys launched their “Why Wait” deals that were launched before the main Black Friday event. This sale included cash from consoles, televisions, and smartphones with a guarantee of all prices, so if it changed on Black Friday, the difference would be refunded to customers.

In addition to the Currys, Amazon also launched the Black Friday sale just earlier last year with several price cuts leading up to the main event.

It looks very likely that pre-Black Friday shows will be back again in 2020 with Argos and Currys already launching Black Friday sale advice pages.

In a message on its website, Argos said: “Looking forward to Black Friday deals 2020? Well we are! After all, it’s the biggest shopping event of the year.”

Amazon has already announced a limited number of Black Friday discounts as the price for the entire Fire TV range has dropped. This means you can get the Fire TV Stick Lite for £ 19.99 or the Fire TV Cube for £ 69.99.

Although Currys hasn’t officially launched the Black Friday sale yet, the retailer has had some earlier Christmas offers which include money from Samsung smartphones, Beats headphones, and Windows laptops.

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What is Black Friday?

Black Friday has become the largest shopping day of the year after crossing from the United States. Amazon, Tesco, Argos, and other stores offer Black Friday shopping deals and traditionally lowered prices and offers on tech and electronic goods on the Friday after Thanksgiving. This year it falls on November 27th.