Amazon Black Friday Deals – Be the first to know about the best offers

Amazon Black Friday Deals: When it comes to Black Friday deals, no one does it bigger or better than Amazon.

There are two major dates on the online retailer giant’s calendar. The first of those has already passed in Prime Day. Now we’re eagerly counting down to the second: Black Friday 2019.

Related: What is Black Friday and Cyber Monday?

For many in the UK, Black Friday is virtually synonymous with Amazon. Divorced from the Thanksgiving customs that spawned this great day of sweeping deals in the US, we’ve come to associate Black Friday with the retailer that did more than most to drag it across the Atlantic.

In the unlikely event that you haven’t experienced it before, Black Friday on Amazon is a grand old affair. On this day each year, the entire website seems to be given over to countless deals of various stripes.

Why choose Amazon this Black Friday?

There are the featured Lightning Deals that appear in limited windows, and that tend to sell out in super-quick time. Then there are the deals that last the entirety of the extended Black Friday period – including the following Cyber Monday.

And of course, there are the headline deals on Amazon-branded devices – Kindles, Fire TV Sticks and Echo speakers – that will be as cheap as they’re ever likely to be. Or at least until Prime Day 2020, at any rate.

Amazon likes to build up to its Black Friday extravaganza with a couple of weeks of solid discounts. We’d recommend a note of caution here though, as the big stuff tends to be saved for the day itself. Still, you’ll find the odd cracker of a deal in these early days, and we’ll be bringing the best of them to you on this very page.

Being the e-commerce behemoth that it is, shopping with Amazon on Black Friday has its perks. Beyond an unmatched inventory of stuff, most of these advantages are related to having a Prime membership.

If you’re not yet a member of Amazon’s subscription service, we’d recommend preparing to join. The benefits of a Prime membership including free next-day delivery and a handful of exclusive deals.

Here’s a tip if you don’t want to pay the full Prime price: wait until early November to sign-up. That way you’ll be able to get the full benefits of Amazon’s 30-day free trial on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, and will still be able to cancel before the first payment becomes due.

With that said, let’s run through a few pre-Black Friday deals that are already doing the rounds. Be sure to check back as we near the big day, as we predict that this is going to be the most active page on our website.

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Laptop | TV | Headphones | Soundbars

All deals were correct at time of publication but are subject to change. If you see a deal you’re interested in, it pays not to delay, as prices can change at a moment’s notice.

Amazon Black Friday Laptop Deals

Best Amazon Laptop Deals

Apple MacBook Pro - Space Grey

Pick up a 2018 MacBook Pro with 512GB of storage, a 2.3GHz quad-core Intel Core i5 processor, and a 13-inch screen for less on Prime Day 2019.

ASUS K505ZA 15.6" Full HD Laptop

The price for this capable mid-range laptop - complete with AMD R5–2500U Quad-Core Processor and 256GB SSD - has dropped significantly over the past few weeks.

ASUS ROG Zephyrus G GA502DU gaming laptop

This speedy gaming-focused laptop packs a 120Hz display, a Ryzen R7-3750H CPU, a NVIDIA GTX 1660Ti GPU and a 512GB SSD.

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Amazon Black Friday TV Deals

Best Amazon TV Deals

Sony BRAVIA KD55XG81 55-inch LED 4K HDR

Here’s a nifty saving on a classy 55-inch TV, complete with Sony’s Motionflow XR 400 Hz technology for fluid movement.

Sony BRAVIA KD49XG81 49-inch LED 4K HDR a HD Smart Android TV with voice remote - Black (2019 model)

Healthy savings on an accomplished Sony 49-incher with Android TV and Sony’s Motionflow XR 400Hz technology for fluid movement.

LG 55UM7100PLB 55 Inch UHD 4K HDR Smart LED TV with Freeview Play - Ceramic Black (2019 Model)

A very low price for one of LG's current models, which supply a sharp design, solid picture quality, and a very pleasant Smart TV UI.

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Amazon Black Friday Headphones Deals

Best Amazon Headphone Deals

Samsung Galaxy Buds White

Samsung’s take on the Apple Earpods is a success, with a great fit, discrete design, and nifty PowerShare function.

Sony MDR-XB950N1B Wireless Noise Cancelling Extrabass Headphones - Black

Looking for a set of noise-cancelling headphones that’s heavy on the bass? The Sony MDR-XB950N1B is a solid pick, especially at this price.

Sony WH-1000XM3 Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones – Black

Sony's brilliant wireless headphones are major contenders for the best noise cancelling cans on the market.

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Amazon Black Friday Soundbars Deals

Best Amazon Soundbar Deals

Sonos Playbase Wireless Home Cinema Sound Base

The Sonos Playbase lets you prop your TV on top of it, saving even more space whilst providing a meaty sound boost.

Yamaha MusicCast YAS306 Soundbar with Bluetooth & Airplay - Black

A great price for this well-balanced, generously equipped soundbar with virtual 7.1 surround sound.

LG SK5 Soundbar with DTS Virtual X Sound - Black

An accomplished soundbar with DTS Virtual X Sound support and intelligently adaptive audio.

Samsung HWMS650 Sound + All in One Smart Soundbar

We gave this brilliant soundbar full marks in our review, calling it "Samsung's best single-body soundbar yet".

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What is Amazon’s Returns Policy?

It’s important to note that whilst many of the items you can order through Amazon are fulfilled by the retailer giant itself, there are plenty of secondary sellers out there with differing policies for their goods. When making a purchase it’s worth taking a second to see exactly who you’re buying from and whether there are differing returns requirements and periods.

As for Amazon itself, all new, unopened goods still in a resalable condition can be sent back within 30 days of receipt of delivery. If you have purchased a used item, it must be returned in the condition it was received in, with no additional signs of wear and tear.

In terms of payment for sending your return, if you received an item that was faulty, you won’t have to pay an extra pennies to send your items back. For any products you wish to return that you have simply changed your mind about, you will have to pay, though any postage and packaging charge paid on the original order will be refunded alongside the cost of the product itself.

Amazon offers a number of methods for returning your items, including pre-paid Royal Mail labels, as well as local Collect+ stores, Amazon Lockers and more. It goes without saying, if you’re a Prime member, just like your delivery, returns are free.

Does Amazon offer a Student Discount?

The short answer is, yes. When it comes to Amazon’s Prime Membership scheme, students can benefit from 50% off its subscription charge and make the most of a ton of benefits on top of the ones available for the average Prime member.

Usually costing £79 a year or £7.99 a month, Prime Student comes to a monthly charge of just £3.99, or you can make an annual payment of £39 (an equivalent of £3.25 per month, so a far better deal). With this you’ll benefit from free one-day delivery, access to Prime Video and its somewhat limited Prime Music service (in comparison to the fully-fledged Amazon Music Unlimited).

Students can also enjoy Prime Reading, giving you lots of reading material for free across eBooks and magazines. On top of that, students exclusively get 10% off books like textbooks and other educational material. They can also save on clothing, as well as Amazon’s basic product range, stationery and gadgets like laptops to assist you with your studies.

Does Amazon offer a trade-in scheme?

Do you fancy trading in some old items to go towards your brand new purchase at Amazon? I’m afraid to say that you’re a couple of years too late to the party. Once upon a time, Amazon did have a trade-in scheme but the service was shut down in 2015. We can’t say for sure why the Amazon’s trade-in offer was ended, but it means you’ll have to go to the likes of eBay or John Lewis if you want to get some cash off your previously loved devices.

Does Amazon offer click and collect?

For those of us with jam-packed schedules, having a click and collect option for your Amazon order is an absolute Godsend, which is why I’m happy to report that Amazon does provide a click and collect service. More so than any other retailer out there however, Amazon’s click and collect scheme goes above and beyond by offering more options that anyone knows what to do with.

To kick things off, you’ve got the Amazon Lockers, arguably Amazon’s most popular form of click and collect. These lockers are simply giant Amazon-branded containers that can be found anywhere from inside local supermarkets to outside the nearest multiplex. All you need to do is approach the locker, input your unique collection code (which will be sent to you in an email) and voila, that eagerly awaited order is all yours.

If the nearest Amazon Locker is still a bit of trek for you then you’re in luck, Amazon has another trick up its sleeve with Amazon Counter. Through the Amazon Counter scheme, you can have your package delivered to a local post office or even a newsagent, which can be quite handy if you’re already planning to visit these establishments for other errands.

Amazon delivery options for Black Friday 2019

We may have well and truly exhausted all mentions of Amazon Prime, but it’s worth noting again that with an Amazon Prime subscription you can benefit from its One-Day Delivery service for free – receiving your goods the following day you ordered them. It’s ideal if you don’t want to wait around, or are in need of your purchases ASAP – for instance, if you forgot it was your mum’s birthday, just saying…

Of course, non-Prime members can benefit from the wonders of One-Day Delivery, but it will come at a cost.

  • For delivery straight to your home, one-day delivery costs £4.99.
  • You can also opt to have your package sent to one of the Amazon Lockers or selected Pickup Locations, which will set you back £2.99.
  • You can expect items to be delivered seven days a week apart from public holidays.

Then there is Priority Delivery:

  • This gives you the option to choose the time of your delivery.
  • It will arrive two days after your order has been made.
  • It costs £5.99 and there are a selection of couriers to choose from to find the time that works for you.

Standard Delivery or Standard Pickup Delivery:

  • The cost is dependent on the type of products you buy, with media (e.g. books, CDs, DVDs, etc.) costing £2.99 and most else costing £4.49. However, for items that can be put in an envelope, it can cost as little as 99p.
  • For Standard Pickup Delivery, there is a flat rate of £1.99.
  • Book orders that come to £10 or more, you get free Standard Delivery.
  • Any orders that come to £20 or more, you are also eligible for free Standard Delivery.
  • These orders take to 1 to 2 days after dispatch to arrive.

You can also opt for a number of other Amazon delivery options:

  • Express Delivery: £6.49 (£4.49 for Prime members) and will arrive by 1pm the very next day.
  • Same-Day Evening Delivery: £5.99 (free for Prime members) with arrival between 6-10pm. Orders must be placed by midday and the service is only available for eligible postcodes.
  • Nominated Day Delivery for Small Items: £4.99 (free for Prime members). Get the choice of day-long slots, with booking up to seven days in advance.
  • Nominated Delivery for Large Items: Free for all (hallelujah!) Get the choice of day-long slots, with booking up to 14 days in advance.
  • 4 Hour Delivery Windows for Large Items: Don’t want to wait around? Pay £10 for weekday slots and £15 for weekend slots with advance booking up to 14 days.
  • Expedited Delivery: £5.49 (free for Prime members) with delivery taking between 1-3 days after dispatch.

Amazon Prime – What You Need to Know

Amazon Prime

As with any sale, quick delivery is still very much welcome when purchasing goods. You can get unlimited one-day delivery across millions of items, and in certain areas you can even get same day delivery and 1 or 2-hour delivery through Prime, for absolutely nothing for the first 30 days.

If you order a lot and are in a hurry, this alone can make Prime membership worthwhile. We’ve lost count the number of times we’ve had to rely on speedy delivery to get us out of a bind.

Prime Video

Then there’s Prime Video, which features streaming movies like John Wick 2 and Wonder Woman, alongside plenty of Amazon Originals exclusives including Jack Ryan, Good Omens and The Marvelous Mrs Maisel. There’s something for everyone.

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