'Black Friday' sales beginMake the most of the Black Friday deals
21 November 2011
Amazon and Comet have launched their Black Friday sales, but is it worth splashing your cash on the products on offer?
According to Amazon, hundreds of ‘lightning deals’ will be available during Black Friday Deals Week, which will run until this Friday 25 November.
The Comet 5 Day Frenzy includes daily deals and discounts of up to 50% on selected gadgets, computers and home entertainment products.
Black Friday deals - are they worth it?
Deals on offer on Monday 21 November include several products we've reviewed and rated.
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Today's Black Friday deals
Amazon deals include:
- From 11.15am - Braun 7-790 shaver
We've tested dozens of shavers, but is the Braun 7-790 one of the best?
- From 1.30pm - Tom Tom Start Classic Sat Nav
Find out how Tom Tom One sat navs compare to other sat navs we've tested in our sat nav reviews.
- From 5.15pm - Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature Digital Monitor
Our baby monitor reviews include all the big brands. Is the Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature baby monitor one of our Best Buys?
Comet deals include:
- £50 off the BT Studio 4500 Plus home phone
Read our home phone reviews to find out how the BT Studio 4500 Plus home phone performs.
- £30 off the Kenwood FP980 Multipro Excel food processor
We've reviewed and rated more than 50 food processors - but is the Kenwood FP980 one of the best?
Shop around for deals
While the Amazon and Comet deals can look tempting, it's always important to compare prices before buying.
Which retail expert Matt Clear said: 'Some of these deals aren't nearly as good as Amazon and Comet would have you believe.
'We've spotted some items that are cheaper elsewhere, proving that it's always worth shopping around to make sure you getting the best price, even when an item is on sale.'