Samsung Black Friday deals to look out for during the 2020 sales event
SALES events are always a good time to be shopping or technology, and one of the most popular brands out there is Samsung.
Black Friday deals have previously meant sizable savings on Samsung tech, and this year is likely to be no different.
Just because items are in a Black Friday sale, doesn’t mean you can’t find them, or something similar, cheaper elsewhere. Always shop around before spending your money.
When is Black Friday?
Black Friday 2020 is on Friday 27 November. The day itself always falls after the American Holiday Thanksgiving.
Thanksgiving is always the fourth Thursay of the month, which is why the date for Black Friday (and the quickly following Cyber Monday) always changes.
Samsung kicked off its official sale event a week before last year’s Black Friday, and there were plenty of offers to follow.
- Shop Samsung’s Black Friday sale – here
What to expect from Samsung’s Black Friday 2020 sale
Galaxy S20 deals are incredibly likely to appear during this year’s Black Friday – especially as Samsung’s ‘S30’ range is expected to launch in 2021.
Deals on Samsung’s official store, alongside pay monthly contracts from retailers and networks, are almost certain to be a feature of the sales.
As with last year, we’d expect Samsung’s 2020 TVs and QLED range to be subject to discounts, along with its AKG audio range, Galaxy Tab and smartwatch products.
The key Samsung Black Friday deals to look out for this year could also be on the company’s Bluetooth-powered Galaxy Buds.
What was in last year’s sale?
Last year, when shoppers purchases a Galaxy A90 phone from Samsung they could score free Galaxy Buds, worth £139.
Also direct from Samsung’s own online store, there was £150 off the Samsung Galaxy S10.
Samsung Galaxy Black Friday deals
- Galaxy S10, was £649, saving £150 – buy here
- Galaxy S10E, was £499, saving £170 – buy here
- Galaxy A80, was £479, saving £100 – buy here
- Galaxy Watch, was £179, saving £100 – buy here
- Galaxy Buds, was £109, saving £30 – buy here
- Galaxy Tab S6, was £569, saving £50 – buy here
The following top deals were being offered by retailers:
- 2019 65″ Q950R Flagship QLED 8K HDR 3000 Smart TV, £3,999, FREE Galaxy Note 10+ (worth £1k) – buy here
- AKG N60NC Wireless Headphones, was £169, saving £100 – buy here
- Up to £500 and get free gadgets with Samsung TVs at John Lewis – buy here
Our tips for finding the best deals this Black Friday and Cyber Monday
IT might be tempting to dive in and snap up LOADS of items on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, but here’s how you can guarantee you’re getting a good deal.
PREPARE Research the items you want to buy and find out the cheapest price. Websites like PriceSpy, PriceHistory and CamelCamelCamel will give you historical data on prices so you can see how much you should pay.
GET FOLLOWING Follow your favourite shops on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram and sign up to its deals newsletter to get the latest on any offers. We post the best deals in our Sun Money FB group too.
What does Samsung charge for delivery?
On small items Samsung offers free next day delivery (order by 8pm), and free selected day delivery, with a £3.99 charge for a specified time-slot (order by 6pm).
For selected London postcodes Samsung also offers same-day delivery at £9.99.
For orders of larger items, Samsung provides free next day delivery (order by 8pm), and free selected day delivery, with a £9.99 charge for a specified time-slot (order by 6pm)
You cna find the full details of Samsung’s delivery service here.
Does Samsung offer any other discounts?
Students can get 10% off off Samsung.com, and find the full details here.
The tech giant doesn’t offer any direct UK discounts for NHS staff or military personnel.
More Black Friday deals
Find out more about Black Friday on our main guide to the annual shopping event.
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