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eBay Top Black Friday Deals for Friday

By Chris Dawson November 25, 2016 - 12:16 pm

ebay-black-friday-deals-smeBay’s Black Friday Deals are now running until December 1st. This comes as Martin Lewis at Money Saving Expert said eBay’s deals are the cheapest they could find online.

eBay will today be announcing flash deals on the eBay UK Twitter page every hour so follow eBay to see the limited stock short time bargains. eBay have told us to “keep your eyes peeled today for a potentially huge deal on the iPhone 7”.

Top Black Friday Deal picks on eBay TODAY (Friday 25th November)

You’ll find eBay’s Black Friday Deals at ebay.co.uk/rpp/black-friday and here are eBay’s top picks for Wednesday:


Samsung UE49KU6100 49″ Smart LED 4K Ultra HD Freeview HD TV Black

LG BH9540TW 9.1 Smart 3D Home Cinema System 1460 Watt – Black / Silver

Sharp TV LC-43CFE6451K 43″ Smart LED 1080p Full HD Freeview HD TV Black

Sony PS-LX300 Hi-Fi System Black New

Samsung G935 S7 Edge 32GB (Latest Model) Handset – Unlocked – White / Silver

Apple iPad Air 2 32GB Wi-Fi 9.7 Inch Tablet – Choice of Silver/Grey/Gold

PS4 Slim 1TB Console + Lego Star Wars + Lego Star wars Movie

Game Of Thrones – Season 1-5

Crosley CR8005ABLK Cruiser Hi-Fi System Black

Dyson DC43H Mattress Handheld Vacuum Cleaner
  • Joe
    7 months ago

    I ordered a PS4 bundle from Argos but via eBay that was £25 or so cheaper on eBay than it was in Argos.

    I’m now holding my breath because I’ve heard others are being refunded because of them over-selling it.

  • SNOWY
    7 months ago

    As a buyer I have seen nothing that has interested me.

    As a seller today has been dead.

    Lets send this silly idea back across the water where it came from.

    • Sam O'levski
      7 months ago

      I totally agree with you but…….. trains to a major city near me were packed today, and staff in a branch of Costa in a town of 50,000 people told me it was chaos all morning.
      Trains from both places were busy going home at night, and I saw plenty of shopping bags, so compared to other weeks the great buying public were out in force and spending money.
      I had hoped this year would be quieter, and help get rid of this menace which does nothing for high streets and family businesses in smaller towns, never mind smaller online sellers who probably cannot match the headline grabbing loss leaders of the big sellers.

    • TINKER
      7 months ago

      to much fan fair and hype our local branch line was re opened after being closed in the 60s
      rather than bring business to the area it has sucked business out making the big city more accessible

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