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These are the best Easter weekend deals in the UK right now.

It's not quite Black Friday, but the Easter weekend is traditionally a great time to snag yourself a bargain or three.

Over a luxurious four day span, some of the nation's top tech outlets will lay on some tempting deals on a wide range of gear. We've got offers on the Apple Watch, Microsoft's desirable Surface Pro range, loads of games, and plenty more besides.

Here are some of the best Easter 2016 deals that we've seen.

Amazon

Amazon has kicked off its Easter deals with a range of offers on everything from laptops to Bluetooth speakers. You can get Amazon Fire TV for £64.99, and there's 36% off the HP EliteBook 6930p laptop.

Amazon Fire TV for £64.99 (£15 off)

Aukey USB desktop charging station for £9.49 (76% off)

HP EliteBook 6930p 14-inch laptop for £128 (36% off)

Gamers have also been catered for, with Amazon taking 46% off the Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury Gaming mouse. Elsewhere you can pick up a UE Bluetooth speaker for 25% off.

Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury Gaming Mouse for £26.99 (46% off)

Mpow 3-in-1 Clip-On iPhone lens for £7.69 (52% off)

UE Bluetooth speaker range - up to 25% off

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Fire TV

Argos

Not to be outdone, Argos has entered the fray with its own range of Easter deals. Grab a PS4 for £269.99 along with a copy of Ubisoft's The Division, and a £20 Argos voucher. Alternatively, you can get £50 off a Lenovo YOGA Tab 3 Pro tablet, which comes with a built-in projector, or get yourself a new PC with the Asus ET2230A all-in-one.

PS4 with The Division and £20 Argos voucher for £269.99

Lenovo YOGA Tab 3 Pro 10-inch 32GB for £349.99 (£50 off)

Asus ET2230A 21.5-inch all-in-one PC for £299.99 (£150 off)

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PS4

Carphone Warehouse

Looking for a new smartphone? Carphone Warehouse has you covered. Some of the best deals include the Sony Xperia Z5 Premium, with it's 4K display, for £40 per month plus a £50 Currys PC World voucher. You can also get a Samsung Galaxy A3 for £12.50 a month if you're looking for a cheaper option, or go for the Lumia 550 and get a £100 Curry's PC World voucher.

Samsung Galaxy A3 for free with £12.50 per month contract (24 month)

Sony Xperia Z5 Premium, £29.99 up front with £40 per month contract (24 month) + £50 Currys PC World voucher

Lumia 550 for free with £19 per month (24 month) + £100 Currys PC World voucher

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Currys/PC World

Some of the best Easter offers come from Currys PC world, which has discounted everything from TVs to the Apple Watch, and more. If you fancy a new 4K TV, the LG 49UF680V is down £200 to £499, while the Samsung UE55JU6500 55-inch 4K TV is down £350 to £799.

LG 49UF680V 49-inch 4K Smart TV for £499 (£200 off)

Samsung UE55JU6500 55-inch 4K Smart 4k for £799 (£350 off)

Perhaps you're looking to try Apple's wearable? Currys PC World is selling the Apple Watch for £479 – that's £120 less than the standard price. If you want a cheaper alternative, there's also some great deals on the Apple Watch Sport.

Apple Watch 42 mm with Milanese Loop for £479 (£120 off)

Apple Watch Sports 38mm for £249 (says £50 off, but actually £10 less than Apple's new pricing)

Apple Watch Sports 42mm for £289 (says £50 off, but actually £10 less than Apple's new pricing)

Those in the market for a new tablet should check out this offer on the Microsoft Surface 3, which has been discounted by £60. And if you want to up your productivity while using your new tablet, why not invest in the Bosh Tassimo Vivy coffee machine.

Microsoft Surface 3 128GB with Type Cover bundle for £548.99 (£60 off)

Bosch Tassimo Vivy for £39.99 (£40 off)

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Game

Game has a host of deals for gamers to choose from. The retailer has taken £10 of the stellar The Witcher 3, while Minecraft Story Mode, Lego Dimensions, and Mad Max all get similar discounts.

The Witcher 3 on PS4 for £24.99 (£10 off)

Minecraft Story Mode on PS4 or Xbox One for £24.99 (£5 off)

Lego Dimensions Starter Pack on PS4 for £69.99 (£10 off)

Mad Max on PS4 or Xbox One for £19.99 (£15 off)

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John Lewis

And of course, John Lewis is getting in on the action. You can get a Microsoft Surface Pro 4 for £969, which means you're getting a sizeable £110 off the normal price. If tablets aren't your thing, HP's Envy 13-inch laptop with 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD is going for £749.95

Microsoft Surface Pro 4 with Intel Core i5 CPU, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD for £969.00 (£110 off)

HP Envy 13-inch laptop with Intel Core i7, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD for £749.95 (£150 off)

If you're looking for a fancy new wearable check out the Vector Luna smartwatch which has been discounted by £100. That thing's going to look great on your wrist as you sip freshly made coffee from the De'Longi Athentica Plus, which has had £150 taken off its total price.

Vector Luna smartwatch for £199 (£100 off)

De'Longhi Autentica Plus coffee machine for £500 (£150 off when you trade in your old coffee machine)

Of course, if none of the above pique your interest you might as well go ahead and buy a PS4 with Uncharted for £269.95. Then throw the Samsung Galaxy S7 in your basket too, so you can call everyone and tell them about the great stuff you've bought. Luckily, John Lewis has taken £16 off the S7, meaning you can pick one up for £639.

PS4 with Uncharted The Nathan Drake Collection for £269.95 (£44 off)

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge with free 32GB microSD card for £639 (£16 off)

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ShopTo

Last, but certainly not least, is ShopTo. Gamers have once again have several deals to choose from, including discounts on Street Fighter V, Far Cry Primal, Just Cause 3, and Rise of the Tomb Raider. If you feel like getting into some gaming this Easter weekend, ShopTo is the place to go.

Street Fighter V on PS4 for £29.85 (£25 off)

Far Cry Primal on PS4 or Xbox One for £29.86 (£30 off)

Just Cause 3 on PS4 or Xbox One for £28.85 (£26 off)

Rise of the Tomb Raider on Xbox One for £22.85 (£27 off)

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