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Saturday 14th December 2019

B&M slashes prices a WEEK AHEAD of Black Friday

Up to 60 per cent off products

B&M Home Store has launched a huge pre-Black Friday sale a week before the big day.

Bargain hunters can expect discounts of up to 60 per cent on many household names and products.

B&M is starting its sale a week early (Credit: B&M)

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The Black Friday deals will be available for 10 days from today (22.11.19) until December 2, or as long as stocks last.

And shoppers can expect bargains on products like a 50-inch Samsung Smart 4K Ultra HD TV (down to £350 from £450), a Black & Decker 2-In-1 Cordless Vacuum Cleaner (down to £40 instead of £99.99) and a Nescafe Dolce Gusto Piccolo Coffee Machine (down to £25 from £39).

One word of warning though: B&M doesn't feature an online shopping resource so you'll have to to go to your nearest store to pick up your bargain.

This year's Black Friday is due to take place on Friday November 29, with Cyber Monday following on Monday December 2.

This Samsung TV is just one of the bargains available (Credit: B&M)

It's not just B&M who is launching their pre-Christmas sakes a week early.

The Sun reports that Superdrug, Very.co.uk and Halfords are just some of the other big-name brands that have jumped on the sales bandwagon early this year.

eBay, Currys PC World and AO.com have also begun to discount their products a week early, too.

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A spokesperson for LatestDeals.co.uk told the newspaper: "You shouldn't think of Black Friday as a single day. Really, it's a two-week-long event.

You shouldn't think of Black Friday as a single day. Really, it's a two-week-long event.

"Last year, we actually found the Friday to be one of the worst days for deals.

"The best deals were really at the beginning of the week when brands all compete against each other to get your money."

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