Black Friday & Cyber Monday 2023 - Deals, Information & Tips! - Black Friday Deals Are Live!

Posted 31st Oct 2023
Update 2
27th November - Expired deals removed and new ones added - Air fryer price drops, VR headsets, megathreads, TVs, laptops & more now added
Black Friday is over, but Cyber Monday is here! Some deals and sales are still running from last week, and I've added new stuff for this week too.

To make sure you don't miss anything, use the header links, which will take you to the hot page for that specific category. That way you're able to check on the fly, without waiting for my updates.

It's not quite over, we're hoping to see more deals this Cyber Monday. We've got our eyes peeled!

Once again, THANK YOU to our awesome members!!!
Love Team Hotukdeals

Key Dates
  • Black Friday - 24th November 2023
  • Cyber Monday - 27th Nov 2023

What to expect in this thread:
  • Black Friday offers
  • Only the best and hot Black Friday deals
  • How to set up alerts for you mobile and email inbox
  • Help with price comparisons
  • Links to other useful articles


Mega Threads

Amazon have now released their Black Friday week offers!
Best Black Friday Booze Deals - Megathread From Amazon
Black Friday Deals Part 3
The Very Best Guitar Deals Over - Electric, Acoustic & Bass
The Top Contract Phone / Handset Deals
Top Laptop Picks for all budgets
Round Up of The best Fragrances / Perfume Deals
Price Promises / Extras






Desktop PCs

PC Parts

Handheld Gaming



Phone Accessories / Chargers

SIM Deals




NVIDIA SHIELD TV Pro + free 1 month GeForce NOW Ultimate - £159.98
Home Appliances / Kitchen Appliances


Fashion / Black Friday Fashion sales round-up

Health & Beauty

Sports & Nutrition




Tips to get the most of out Black Friday
  • Create a hotukdeals account
  • Set your budget and stick to it
  • Create a wishlist well in advance
  • Compare prices
  • Check for voucher codes

4225964_1.jpgCreating a hotukdeals account is a great way to get involved, have your say and ask questions.
You'll also have access to voting, commenting, setting up deal alerts and more. If you haven't joined us already, you can SIGN UP HERE

Set up your deal alerts!
Setting up deal alerts is nice and easy, you can do this for any keyword that you like and set parameters for the notifications. So first, download the hotukdeals app for Android or iOS and then:

The short way if already logged in - Click here (If using this, see step 4 onwards in the below list)

The longer way:
  • 1 - Tap your profile picture
  • 2 - Then hit Alerts
  • 3 - Go to Manage Alerts
  • 4 - Tap "Add a new alert" at the top
  • 5 - Set your keyword, temperature level and choose whether or not you'd like to be notified via email.
  • 6 - Tap "Save"

Useful Threads

Check out the hotukdeals Magazine Black Friday article

Community Updates
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    Ken's avatar
    Can there be an overload of offers?
    Surprisingly, during events like Black Friday and Cyber Monday, many fantastic offers go can unnoticed on hotukdeals due to the rapid pace of updates. Consequently, some good deals don't reach the hot page, even though they're outstanding! It's unfortunate to see such valuable offers go under the radar, especially given the dedication our members show in sharing them!"

    Want to make a difference?
    By voting and/or commenting, we can ensure those overlooked deals get the spotlight they deserve! Every vote, whether it's hot or cold, assists shoppers in identifying the best offers and steering clear of the less appealing ones. Got feedback, thoughts, or a query about a deal? Speak up and drop a comment on said thread(s), Our community is knowledgeable and always eager to share insights on a wide range of topics!

    Whilst doing so, you may even be rewarded with our lovely hotukdeals badges

    Check the "My badges" section of your profile
    Note: If you haven't got time to do the above, we will keep this thread (BF discussion) updated with the best offers out there, so make sure you bookmark it and share with your friends and family.

    Not a hotukdeals member yet? Sign up here

    It's all well and good telling you folks to compare prices, but not everyone knows the best way of doing this. Don't worry, I can send you in the right direction and offer some additional tips to prepare for the big sale period.

    Once you have your wishlist all figured out, you'll want to work through the items and write down the recent and average prices, so you can gauge how good a deal is, when it crops up during Black Friday.

    A few go-to sites for comparison are:
    • Google Shopping - A tool that lets users search for and compare prices for products across the web. Simply type in keywords, or a product number, to bring up search results.

    • PriceSpy - Logs the history of how much something costs from over 3,000 different retailers, including Argos, Amazon, eBay and supermarkets. Once you select an individual product you can quickly compare which stores have the best price and which have it in stock.

    • Idealo- Another website that lets you compare prices between retailers.

    • Keepa - This browser extension adds price histories to Amazon product pages. Keep in mind that this won't include any vouchers that have been available in the past. Price drop alerts can be super useful too.
    • CamelCamelCamel - Offers Amazon price histories and displays price drops. Price drop alerts are also possible here
  2.'s avatar
    Possibly a dumb question - but what date is UK Black Friday and Cyber Monday these days?

    And the answer is NOT November!
    Dan's avatar
    Black friday is Nov 24 this year, and cyber monday the 27th

    The deals often start earlier though - we find it ramps up from around the 3rd week of the month
  3. MonkeysUncle's avatar
    Expect high prices now then stuff can be reduced to black Friday deals.

    My bets are on loads of air fryers deals this year as no one can shift them now, you see them stacked up in discount stores all over. (edited)
    Freddo_V_'s avatar
    The only reason anyone cares about air fryers is because of the 'cost of living crisis' they're easy to flog. They don't actually fry anything, and are basically a small convection oven.
  4. Dolphin01's avatar
    I have posted this on another discussion, however.... I chose a random item on Amazon Prime day to track(Celestron 31051 AstroMaster 130EQ telescope). It was £185 on Amazon Prime day. It then rose to £209 and was sitting at around £249 yesterday. Now £209 18/11. If you don't need it don't buy it. Use sites like camelcamelcamel to be informed of what you are paying for is actually a good deal.
    Scissor_sisters's avatar
    Use Honey to track price items.
  5. Bigcats30's avatar
    Noco, the guys that make the battery packs and jump starters etc. Have bumped there prices UP for Black Friday on Amazon

    the Jump pack I was looking at has gone from £136 to £163 (edited)
  6. bozo007's avatar
    What to expect - fake deals.
    Laurel-Hardy's avatar
    and much disappointment.
  7. DistortedVision's avatar
    Expect to be disappointed.
    skyarsenal100's avatar
  8. bozo007's avatar
    twistedanimator's avatar
    Spot on
  9. Amy_Rowley's avatar
    What's the best thing anyone has ever had in the Black Friday sales? And was it really a good price ?
    madmac999's avatar
    Last year I bought an LG 42" C2 OLED for £699 on BF. Never came back to anywhere near that price & even now, a year later, its £899 if you can find it in stock.
  10. ArticIcon's avatar
    I wonder if we will get decent deals for mobile phones during November.

    I always see mostly deals for Games, TVs, Consoles, Kitchen appliances, IoT stuff etc.
  11. FlashGordon's avatar
    Waiting on EE to do theirs, contract is up in 12 days. 4 years ago I got a 43" TV and 2 years ago I got a Xbox Series S with my upgrades.
    Feefaf's avatar
    i wish …. how did you manage to get that ?
  12. plath's avatar
    pitiful selection of deals around.
    Sally15's avatar
    I was banking on getting most of Christmas out of the way today. I guess I'm going to have to hope Cyber Monday is better but honestly, I don't fancy my chances.
    I don't think I can ever remember a black Friday being as dismal as it is today!
  13. KazzyD's avatar
    Was looking at a Laptop in John Lewis, it had £100 off last week. Shop assistant said wait for the Black Friday offers, you will get a much better deal. Same laptop now has £130 off, but they've increased the RRP price by £200, so I won't be buying the laptop from John Lewis.
    dusty1923's avatar
    standard practice!!!
  14. bumbledeals's avatar
    I would like to see a 48 inch c2 for a lot less. Also would like decent microphones (blue snowball or yeti) on a good sale.

    I haven't ever seen anything I wanted or needed in these sales though. Shame considering there's so much hype around it
    CraigeDavido's avatar
    Can currently get a C2 48 inch for £774 through richer sounds with applying discount codes…927
  15. englandbulldog's avatar
    Waiting for a decent 75 inch TV 🙏
    crazycritic's avatar
    Check out Costco
  16. rayofsun's avatar
    I need the best budget android phone below £200. Can somebody comment?
    matthew55325's avatar
    Cool.....I I'd recommend Xiaomi Redmi Note 12 (edited)
  17. digitalline's avatar
    Another Amazon lovefest bordering on Amazon advertising. I'll think you'll find that if you shop around they're not the cheapest by some distance.
  18. Zooicidal's avatar
    I'm sure most of you are sensible but if buying from a 3rd party make sure to check their profile first. Browsing for a new TV unit this morning and the amount of "just launched" Chinese and fake sellers that have suddenly appeared is nuts.
  19. banterchicken's avatar
    Hoping for a 40/43 TV, have applied for the amazon promo but nothing yet.
  20. JaiKhan's avatar
    I would recommend for the Amazon shoppers use Camel Camel Camel. You copy the link of the item into it and it will show you the price history so you can see if its been lower before
  21. iCrazyCarrots's avatar
    Scam Friday.
  22. derek.rowe's avatar
    What to expect ? An absolute waste of time. Price inflations coupled with minor reductions which are still above the everyday price.

    More fun to be had going outside and flying your kite in storm Ciaran. Downside :you lose your kite. Upside : free holiday in Sweden.
  23. sotv's avatar
    Just got myself a bargain Oled TV, it is 2020 but picked up the 55" OLED TV 4K UHD HDR KD-55A8BU for £199.80 from Fenwicks, they'd only got the 1, not the latest technology but will do for the bedroom at that price…tml
    RhysD93's avatar
    wow this is a find and half! Oh man
  24. Onlydongles's avatar
    The most underwhelming FAKE FRIDAY ever, despite the very low bar by their own standards, for past few years.
  25. break21's avatar
    Bit on the rubbish side this year... though guess we'll see a bit more in the evening and weekend. Doesn't help it being a week before most people get paid.
    sAmeri's avatar
    Mate, it's been like this every year for the last 5 years.
  26. bozo007's avatar
    Updated -

  27. tiching99's avatar
    Time for retailers to raid the deep freezer for their stock of blaupunkt TVs.
    klaus.basingher's avatar
    they are still around in the smaller shops
  28. Yolofknell's avatar
    "Expect the unexpected"
  29. peter.newman's avatar
    I'm hoping for ps5 that don't have fc24
    jacobbbbb's avatar
    Same. The PS5 Slim comes out in 10 days, so could see the PS5 Fat being reduced
  30. blahblahblah1234's avatar
    What to expect - all the same prices as last year, with everything a little bit smaller.
    r9000's avatar
    Price hikes and fake sales. The only ones who do decent November sales are the Chinese sites like AliExpress.

    I used their "3+ $1.99" offer to bag a load of cheap bits I'd had my eye on for a while.
  31. hearts's avatar
    Waste of Time Friday followed by Gullible Monday
  32. Alext1985's avatar
    Expect Blaupunkt TVs every where
    Ken's avatar
    They hibernate from the 10th of December until around the 15th November
  33. reddeviluk's avatar
    So far, I've just bought a Mars Bar from the petrol station......
    TwoJs's avatar
    Living your best life
  34. steven.coleFHg's avatar
    Don’t get me wrong, I like a deal…but it’s getting silly. That one day event (for shops) in the US, has found its way over to the UK…& now it’s a whole month of Black Friday. Get ready for the end of November & it will be…”Black Friday extended for another week”  And then it’s the same stuff regurgitated for Cyber Monday. 
    jonnyholywoodni's avatar
    Eventually we'll just ditch Christmas and have Black Friday Mas
  35. InsaneNutter's avatar
    Historically 10-11 years ago I'd say we did have some genuinely good Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals. I remember getting Black Ops 2 and Halo 4 for £25 each from Tesco Entertainment.

    Sadly these days it seems like its become black Friday month where most deals are not really deals.
    Alex_Vee's avatar
    Was good deals because it's was about to create new spending event, in this case Black Friday.
  36. Bensafc's avatar
    Anyone waiting up to see what deals drop in the early hours?
  37. Eyesclosed's avatar
    Black Friday an absolute con, Samsung TV I saw about a month ago was £50 cheaper then, than it is now in the Black Friday sale 😡
  38. SuperCoolFunHappyGuy's avatar
    Nowhere in the wall of text, does it specify the dates for black friday and cyber monday.

    Other than that, good stuff.
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