Black Friday Deals 2013

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Black Friday is here, which means we adopt yet another American way of life by waking up to a load of deals, even though we don't celebrate Thanksgiving. Maybe we should? At least any disappointment in the week could be cushioned by over-eating and covering ourselves in gravy.

Anyway, there's a load of cheap goods knocking about, so here's some of the best we've found - and it is payday today, so go nuts!


iPad Air - Now £368 (save £31)
iPad Mini - Now £234 (save £15)
Macbook Pro - Now £918 (save £81)
iPad2 - Now £304 (save £25)
iPod Touch - Now £24 (save £25)


Accurist Men's Quartz Watch - Now £67.50 (70% off)
Le Creuset Cast Iron Soup Pot - Now £79.10 (49% off)
Nintendo Wii U Premium Pack - Now £179.99 (22% off)
Cuisinart SSB1U Soup Maker - Now £79.99 (42% off)
The Lord of the Ring (New Deluxe Box Set) - Now £19.99 (61% off)
FIFA 14 Ultimate Edition (Xbox 360) - Now £29.99 (30% off)
Arcadie for Kindle Fire (7inch) - Now £17.50 (42% off)
Amazon are updating deals throughout the day, so keep 'em peeled


Asda's deals are in-store only and are promising "earth shattering deals" across their stores. First-come, first-served. On the site, they show some promising deals.

LG 42” Plasma TV £259 (was £329.99)
Polaroid 32” LED TV £99 (was 179.99)
LG Blu Ray Player £34 (was £50)
Cyclone Explorer 7” Tablet £49

Currys/PC World

HP Pavilion 15.6" laptop - Now £329 (was £469)
Krups Espresso Machine - Now £49.99 (save £59.99) 
Indesit Washing Machine - Now £239 (save £140.99)
Beats by Dr Dre Headphones - Now £129 (save £40.95)
Apple Macbook Pro with retina display - Now £1,174 (save £75)

John Lewis

LG LED HD 1080p 3D Smart TV, 42" with Freeview HD and 4x 3D Glasses - Now £599 (save £200)
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Tablet - Now £349 (save £100)
Samsung ATIV NP680Z5E-X01 Laptop, Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 1TB, 15.6” Touch Screen - Now £699.95 (save £200)
LG robot vacuum cleaner - Now £224.98 (save 50%)
Samsung UE40F6510 LED HD 1080p 3D Smart TV, 40" Voice Control and 2x 3D Glasses, White - Now £499.95 (save £180)

Philips touch shaver - Now £40 (save £65)
ghd V amethyst styler - Now £79 (save £56)
Sony wireless headphones - Now £49 (save £50)
Kitsound Hive wireless portable speaker - Now £34 (save £65)
JMB 22 inch full HD freeview LED TV - Now £99 (save £30)
Call of Duty: Ghosts PS3 - Now £29.95 (save £19.05)


  • jim
    Less that 10% is the best crApple can do. Knock off 30% so at least it's competitive with non-sale tech.
  • Richard
    and while your at it why not knock 90% off the price of caviar so that it's competitive with rice pudding...
  • Fucker
    People may have missed jim's hilarious joke above. I'd just like to take you through it... Apple is a company, and I suspect jim doesn't like them. So get this, he's taken the word apple, and added 2 letters to the start of it. Thats not all - it's not just any letters, its a C and an R. Or CR. You're not gonna believe the next bit. When he put the new letters at the start, a new made up word happened - crApple. I know I know, genius, but it gets better. It sounds a bit like CRAP APPLE. ... Amazing, and so so funny, and I applaud jim's originality, his wit and mirth, and above all his vision in bringing this joke to bitterwallet readers. Thank you jim. Just..... Thank You.
  • Dick
    ^ It sounds more like CRAPple than CRAP APPLE.
  • Daisy D.
    CR Apple? Sorry, I still don't get it.
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