If you want to ensure that you’re not paying more for your tech by clicking when you get to the shopping website and waiting for the websites to load, head to these websites before you head to bed on Monday night.
While the over at John Lewis were offering no Black Friday deals to be found on their site, if you head to the Black Friday page, you will see a virtual shopping trolley to show you the best products available that day.
Where it’s Black Friday, you can expect a marked-up price in all Kindle, Kindle HD and Kindle Paperwhite models, and all Android tablets.
Sticking with the tech theme, all iPads will be marked down on November 5th and the deal-of-the-day will most likely be Apple AirPods.
Black Friday rumours have been strong for the past few months and we think a huge selection of tech gadgets will be up for grabs on Thursday – and then they will be regularly discounted with some excellent discounts from these e-tailers.
Here’s a roundup of tech price drop predictions for this year.
Black Friday deals – this year, tech could see deep price cuts