Currys is offering plenty of deals, but how do you know which ones to trust? We've waded through the discounts to pick out the good products with genuine discounts that are worthy of your time, based on analysis from our team of experts.
All of the products we've listed here have been put through their paces in our test lab - but even though you won't find any deals on poorly performing products in our roundup, it's worth checking our expert reviews before you buy to see which Currys offers are perfect for you.
We'll be updating this page regularly with new deals as they're launched, so keep checking back.
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Some of these products will have been available at cheaper prices in the Black Friday sales. However, our experts still believe their current prices represent good value.
We like: speakers are good for dialogue
We don't like: lower resolution scenes sometimes looked drab
This is a good price for a 50-inch TV and, despite being one of LG's more basic models, you get an excellent remote with a microphone to control the TV with your voice.
It has a 60Hz screen, whereas more advanced TVs manage 120Hz, so bear this in mind if you're a gamer - it doesn't mean it will be bad at displaying games, but more high-end TVs will be better.
We like: nicely-balanced sound
We don't like: operating system can be confusing
The LG55NANO806PA 55-inch model is a mid-range TV from LG's latest 2021 range. Its LCD screen has an extra layer of nanocells, which are designed to boost color.
At £699, this is a good saving. It's also available from AO.com and John Lewis where you will also get a five-year guarantee.
We like: Nice contrast and colour at lower resolutions
We don't like: Cluttered remote, treble sound could be better
Standard Definition (SD) footage is lovely, mainly because of its clarity. The TV does a great job of sharpening this lower resolution content to help it look closer to HD.
Music and dialogue are clear, but watch out for when the treble is emphasised as it can sound too shrill. This was selling for £1,299, so it's worth considering at this price.
We liked: Great colours and contrast in 4K
We didn't like: Some pale colours at lower resolutions
This TV provides a good 4K picture and we liked the clarity and balance of sound. The app store is quick, which is good because finding them isn't always easy. The layout could use some work and could learn a thing or two from the settings menu. This is a stunning TV with a great operating system, but it's still quite a bit of money even with the savings.
We like: Disguises as a picture frame on your wall, good picture detail
We didn't like: HDR effects weren't good
You can mount this television on your wall and use its 'art mode' to make it appear like a picture frame. The bezel around the TV can also be swapped. The picture is crystal-clear but its colours can be a little off.
Read our expert review to see how it compares with rival televisions.
We liked:Great detail, brilliantly designed menus
We didn't like:Some shrill treble, colours can be unnatural
The QN85A has a massive screen that squeezes every drop of detail from lower resolution footage and makes the most of the millions of pixels at its disposal in 4K content.
Colours are vivid and lifelike, with a vibrant feel that makes watching your TV feel more exciting. Though the dark scenes don't plumb the depths quite as much as OLED sets do.
We liked how broad the sound felt. It seems to come out around the sides of the TV to spread around the room. It has a feature called Object Tracking Sound, which makes it seem like points of sound are coming from different parts of the screen, but this wasn't too evident in our tests.
We like: Exciting HDR effect, nicely balanced sound
We didn't like: Menus and remote a bit cluttered
The Panasonic TX-55JZ1500B really makes good on its promise of exciting HDR. Lower resolutions look good but it's the 4K HDR footage where this TV really shines. Sound is nicely balanced and the dialogue and melodies carry nicely.
We like: Fantastic five star sound
We didn't like: Colour and contrast are an issue at lower resolutions
The A84J is a good TV but it lags behind the best OLEDs, as the display is just a bit too dark. We often found detail getting lost in the gloomy parts of the display and colours tended to be too warm.
Picture issues aside, it has a robust soundscape that's versatile enough to tackle different music and film genres without issue. The electronic programme guide is detailed and the overview of channels and shows is great.
We like: Portable, SIM card slot for mobile internet
We don't like: Underwhelming sound and webcam
The Samsung Galaxy Book Go LTE is marketed at those who want to use a laptop on the go - and with its compact dimensions, this model seems to fit the bill.
It has a Sim card slot, so if you buy one with a data plan you can hook it up to the internet when you're away from a wi-fi router. It has a 14-inch display with Full HD resolution and is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 7c Gen 2 quad-core processor, coupled to a generous 8GB of Ram. It's fine when handling basic office tasks and web browsing, but it's not as snappy as rival models.
We like: Quick performance, good battery life
We didn't like: Keyboard is cramped and could offer better touch
Because of its large screen size, this is a great laptop if you need a machine you can take on-the-go but which you primarily use at home.
this model supports the latest Wi-Fi standard - known as WiFi 6 -which can offer brilliant speeds if you have a router that supports it. Most supporting hardware only started to be released during 2020.
We like: Great, flappable screen that turns it into a tablet
We didn't like: Weak sound
This 2-in-1 laptop can have its screen flipped to the back of the machine to turn it into a tablet - perfect for easy transportation or for watching media. Its speakers aren't the best and its ports are quite cramped, but this laptop offers high speed.
This freestanding washing machine has a 7kg cotton and 4kg mixed load capacity, enough for a medium-sized household of three to four people.
Currys has sold it for as much as £400, but it's currently reduced to £369.99.
This washing machine comes in silver and white. It doesn't have the wi-fi or autodose features you'll see on some of Samsung's more expensive models but it does have what Samsung calls eco-bubble technology, which pre-mixes detergent, air and water for you to remove stains at lower temperatures.
You can currently buy it from Currys for £399 (£100 off).
It may take its time cleaning clothes, it's easy to use and has a large capacity drum, too. It's available now at Currys, reduced by £180 (albeit the white version as opposed to the graphite coloured 's' model tested).
This 9kg-capacity washing machine has plenty of features that are designed to make doing the laundry less of a chore. Its automatic dispenser system means there's no hunting around for the detergent or conditioner, as the built-in reservoirs hold enough for around 35 washes
This is a large capacity smart washing machine from LG that can hold 12kg on the main cotton program and 5kg on the easy-care option, so it's designed for homes that generate plenty of laundry.
With functions such as a steam setting, add item button and sensors paired with the opportunity to use your smartphone to operate the machine, it is one for convenience.
The Haier HW120-B14979 washing machine has a huge drum with room for 12kg of cottons, so it's ideal for large households with plenty of laundry to get through. It has functions including a stain removal setting and a steam setting.
Currys sales shopping tips
While it can be tempting to hit that 'buy' button before these deals vanish, it's important to make sure the price you're getting is as cheap as it's going to get.
To help you improve your chances at grabbing a genuinely good deal this winter, consider our expert buying tips.
As Currys publishes new deals to its website over the winter sales season, we'll be digging out the best offers and letting you know if we spot any duds.
With retailers all competing to get your attention this month, many will make claims that they've got the best deals on offer. But remember that even if there appears to be a big price drop on a product, it might not be at its lowest-ever price.
If you buy a product from Currys during the sales and it is faulty or damaged, the retailer is fully responsible.
According to the Consumer Rights Act, your purchase needs to be of satisfactory quality, fit for purpose and as described. If the product doesn't meet one of these requirements, the retailer (not the manufacturer) is at fault.
But even if your purchase isn't damaged or faulty, you can still return it under the Currys returns policy for unwanted items. For online purchases, you have 14 days to return them (even if you've opened the product for inspection). For in-store purchases, you can return them within 21 days in their unopened and sealed packaging. Head here for the .
Whether you want to get rid of an old phone or a broken kettle, it's important to make sure you dispose of your electronics correctly and in a way that isn't detrimental to the environment.
Depending on the type of product and the condition it's in, you should be able to donate it, sell it on, or drop it off to be recycled and repurposed into something new.