The five best Argos Black Friday bargains LIVE nowArgos launched its UK Black Friday sale at midnight and this is what shoppers can expect to findOne of those is Argos, and The Mirror has got an exclusive look at some of their Black Friday bargains that went live at midnight on Wednesday (15 November).Virgin Trains Black Friday sale includes a a first class ticket from London to Manchester for just Argos will have a full fortnight of deals covering everything from home to electronics to toys.So if you’re thinking about your Christmas shopping, which you should be, then this is a great opportunity to start, and save yourself some precious money while you do it.And who knows, maybe you’ll even spot a bargain for yourself?Amazon announces 10 days of Black Friday deals for 2017Speaking about the shopping extravaganza, John Rogers, Argos CEO, said: “Last year’s Black Friday was the biggest and most successful shopping day ever for Argos, with the first hours seeing the largest amount of online traffic in our history.”We have been busy preparing for the Black Friday period for many months now, ensuring our digital channels, stores and distribution centres are all geared up in anticipation for high levels of demand for what we expect to be fantastic deals across must have products.”IKEA Christmas tree deal returns for 2017 getting you a tree for effectively a fiverHere are five of the best deals going live at midnight: Dyson V6 Absolute Cordless Handstick Vacuum Cleaner was now Zinc Smart X Hoverboard (ages 14 years and over) was now Hitachi 43HB6J02U 43” Full HD TV / DVD Combi was now Philips MG7710 12 in 1 Grooming Kit Series 7000 was now Dimensions 2 Slice Toaster was now Also, Enjoy up to 50% off toys and earn exclusive cashback rates when you shop with Argos through Quidco. Plus if you’re a new Quidco member you’ll also get a cashback bonus! Expires 27th Nov, midnight.Read MoreBlack Friday 2017When is Black Friday 2017? Black Friday 2017 is on Friday November 24 but many places will have deals all week leading up to the big day.Why is Black Friday called Black Friday? It started off in the US back in the 1950s but has since made its way across the Atlantic and is now a huge global day of spending madness.It got its name in Philadelphia as a term to express pre Christmas shopping carnage and a way for retailers to capitalise on demand. Amazon introduced it in the UK in 2010.
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