Black Friday 2017 Opening Times And Deals For Amazon, Game, Currys, PC World, John Lewis And Apple

Feeling brave?

23/11/2017 16:48 GMT | Updated 24/11/2017 14:18 GMT

Black Friday 2017 is here! We’ve found out when the deal-breaking stores open for business and where the best tech deals are likely to be found.

If you’re feeling brave then we’ve got the opening times from the major retailers including John Lewis, Currys PC World and more. If however you would much rather just face this all in the safety of your own home then we’ve handpicked the best deals that can be found online:

John Lewis

John Lewis will not be extending its store opening hours for Black Friday. Each store will be operating during its standard opening hours, for details of individual store openings click here.

DJI Mavic Pro Drone

Top picks

Take to the skies with the DJI Mavic Pro Drone with Fly More Combo Kit + SD card, this nifty machine was £1,359.95, its Black Friday price is £1,099, a saving of  £260.95.

Save £50 on the Samsung Tab A 10 Tablet , which was £229 and is now £179.

£150 has been taken off the 55 inch Panasonic 55EZ952B OLED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, it was £1,999 and is now £1,849.

Amazon

Amazon has stretched Black Friday this year, its Black Friday offers are on from now until 23:59 on Sunday 26th November. There will also be thousands of ‘Lightning Deals’ where products are available at a discount, in limited quantities, for a matter of hours. Be very careful with these, they’re designed to grab us without thinking so definitely search around first before you make any impulse buys. Rather terrifyingly, Amazon claims to be adding new deals up to every five minutes and you can set up a watch deal alert via the Amazon App.

Amazon Echo Dot

Top picks

The all-new Amazon Echo is available for just £69.99, while the Amazon Echo Dot is down to £34.99.

Save £39 on Bang & Olufsen’s B&O PLAY P2 portable Bluetooth speaker with built-in microphone. Black Friday price just £110.

The De’Longhi ECZ351.BG Scultura traditional pump espresso coffee machine 1100 W has had practically one third taken off its original price. It’s down from £149.45 to £99.99.

GAME

High street video games retailer GAME has also released a selection of early bird Black Friday deals that are already available online and in store. Further deals will be released on Thursday 23rd November, and these will be available from 20:00 that day instore and online. GAME stores around the country are extending their opening hours from 8pm until late on Thursday to give customers more opportunity to browse.  Check your local store for closing times.

Game

Top picks

Virtual reality is the latest must have piece of kit in gaming and GAME has the  Sony VR headset bundle with VR Worlds, camera and a copy of GT Sport or the brand new release Elder Scrolls V Skyrim VR slashed to £249.99, a saving of £150!

If it’s hardware you’re after, GAME the PlayStation 4 500GB bundled with Call of Duty WW2, That’s You, Dishonored 2, Fallout 4 and a NOW TV two months entertainment pass for £229.99 and

Our personal best deal has to be the Nintendo Switch Neon with the absolutely superb Super Mario Odyssey and even better Mario and Rabbids Kingdom Battle for £329.99, a saving of over £40.

Currys PC World

Currys PC World’s Black Tag event has already begun with hundreds of deals available online and in store from now until Cyber Monday (27 November). On Black Friday itself stores will be open from 7am until 8pm. It also has a price match promise running where it promises to match or beat any price from any other major retailer.

Beats

Top picks

BEATS UrBeats in ear headphones have had £30 knocked off their price bringing them down to £49.95.

If you’re after a laptop, the HP 15-bs560sa 15.6 inch laptop is a great all rounder and its price has been slashed by £200.99, making it now a steal at £349.

OLED is the future of TV technology so if you’re looking to make a long-term investment then the LG OLED55B7V 55 inch Smart 4K Ultra HD OLED TV isn’t just a great TV it’s also a sustainable purchase. The tech inside this TV should be relevant for several years making it unlikely that you’ll need to upgrade anytime soon. An incredible £1,500 has been knocked off its ticket price, making it over half price at £1,499.