Simple tool shoppers can use to find cheap prices on Black Friday

The busiest shopping day of the year is fast approaching, and there’s a new simple way to make sure you’re getting the cheapest price on Black Friday.

In recent years, the UK has adopted the American shopping tradition of Black Friday and made it our own, but there’s no doubt the occasion will be different this year.

With a second national lockdown now in place until at least December 2, non-essential stores will have their doors closed on Black Friday, which falls on November 27 this year.

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While essential stores such as supermarkets can stay open, those deemed non-essential such as clothing and electrical stores have been ordered to close.

This means that if you’re looking for Black Friday deals, online shopping may be your best bet. has created a new price drop tool which allows shoppers to create a wishlist of products and be informed if they drop in price on Black Friday.

According to the company’s data 82% of online products drop in price over Black Friday weekend, and the tool has helped shoppers save an average of £102.

Shoppers will be able to save on everything from homeware and fashion to tech.

Stuart McClure, co-founder of, said: “This Black Friday is shaping up to be the biggest ever for online deals.

“With lockdown closing brick and mortar stores, retailers will be pushing their deals online.

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“Our advice is to shop smart, refrain from panic buying, and use tools like our price drop feature to save yourself time.

“Deals will come and go so fast, once they’re gone they’re gone, so organisation is key.”

You can find the price drop tool here.

Liverpool Echo – What’s On