The retail shopping bonanza Black Friday will take place on November 25 – exactly one month before Christmas Day.
The event will see major stores slash prices to an all-time low on items like electricals, laptops, games consoles, homeware, toys, clothes and more.
Originally celebrated in America the day after Thanksgiving, it has now become one of the biggest shopping days in the UK.
And following sales frenzy in 2014, last year Huddersfield shoppers moved firmly online for their Black Friday bargains, with shopping hotspots like the Kingsgate Centre much quieter.
This year it’s predicted that most of the activity will be online – and here’s our guide to which shops will be taking part in the sales and what items you can expect to see on offer.
On November 2 Amazon launched its Black Friday deals page and you can sign up to the site’s newsletter online to be one of the first to know when the deals begin.
The selection of deals on offer will include electronics, toys, pet supplies, clothing, jewellery and more – but with limited availability on products, you’ll have to act fast.
The online retailers will also do flash sales - these are time-limited offers on items and will appear on the site unannounced throughout the day.
The supermarket chain slashes prices to all-time lows on Black
Friday on a wide range of goods. The deals on TVs and electricals are particularly popular.
Naturally, the supermarket won’t be unveiling its deals until November 25, but if last year’s sales are anything to go by, expect big reductions on TVs, Playstations, Xboxs, iPads and home furniture.
If you can’t wait until November 25, eBay has already launched its Black Friday page and is adding daily deals in the run-up to the big day - shop now and get 47% off a 43-inch Phillips TV.
On the day itself expect reductions on laptops, the most-wanted toys, smartphones and tablets.
Register your interest online and you will be alerted when the sales begin - last year online sales kick-started at 6am.
In 2015, there was up to £600 off laptops, 50% off vacuum cleaners and £200 off LG and Samsung TVs.
Buy your deals online and choose click and collect at the checkout on Black Friday. Alternatively, head down to your local Argos for
bargains or shop online and have items delivered to your address.
You’ll find offers in home, electricals and technology, computers and TVs. The discounts will also be handy for people wanting to pick up designer fashion and accessories.
The department store will launch its sales online around midnight Thursday, November 25 which will continue throughout the weekend where more offers will be launched.
Whether you’re treating yourself to some perfume or aftershave, or
looking for that special Christmas electrical beauty gift, there will be something for everyone at Boots.
Last year the high street retailer launched hundreds of deals on beauty, perfume, toys and
electrical ranges, and we expect similar discounts to run both online and in-store for 2016.
Last year Game turned their Black Friday into a five-day sales event and launched new deals every hour from 8am.
The website is yet to launch its 2016 Black Friday page but it’s
currently offering 50% off games and accessories including Overwatch: Origins Edition, XCOM 2, Dead Island: Definitive Collection and others.
Sign up to the newsletter and be the first to know when the sales begin - you will be able to pick up gifts for the whole family as well as some nice treats for yourself.
Last year they had big reductions on perfumes, coffee machines, household goods, children’s toys and clothing.
Debenhams currently has 24% off men, women and children’s clothes, homeware and lingerie, plus more than 50% off Christmas decorations, towels, wrapping paper, bedding and kitchen appliances.