It’s that time of year again when everything, from electronics to airline tickets to groceries, goes on sale for one day – Black Friday (23 November). While many deals are yet to be announced, there’s lots of online speculation of what to expect. If you still haven’t booked holiday travel plans, you may be in luck.

Airline discounts

The Daily Express anticipates savings from Ryanair, Easyjet, TUI, British Airways, among others. Ahead of the global shopping frenzy next week, British Airways already slashed prices on the following destinations (all from London):

  • Prague – £121
  • Vienna – £172
  • Canary Islands – £226
  • New York – £399

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    Other retailers to watch + tips for maximum savings

    Also reported in the Daily Express, you might save on petrol and diesel this year. Based on Sainsbury’s 2017 deals, prices were previously slashed by 2p per litre. Here are some general tips to catch all incoming discounts:

  • Download store apps + activate loyalty cards before Black Friday
  • Pay attention to e-mail newsletters
  • Dress accordingly – wear trainers to easily move about
  • Make an action plan in advanceMost of all, have fun! If you don’t find everything you’re seeking on Black Friday, there’s always Cyber Monday – when most online retailers offer huge savings. Consult The Sun for a full list of stores participating on 26 November. They also suggest checking out PriceSpy, CamelCamelCamel,,, Quidco, and TopCashback for maximum bargain hunting.