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Asda logoAsda up to 50% off incl 25 Call of Duty*Starts Friday, in store only - limited stock

Fri/Sat

Save up to 50% on various electricals, the new Call of Duty game and a 400cc quad bike in store at larger Asda* supermarkets until the end of trading on Saturday.

A selection of what's on offer:

  • Polaroid 40” LED TV - £139 (norm £219)
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 8” - £149 (norm £249)
  • Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, PS3 & Xbox 360 - £25 (norm £42.99)
  • Polaroid 10” tablet - £109 (norm £149)
  • Football table 4ft - £35 (norm £99.99)
  • Hot Wheels Track Builder Mega Pack - £25 (norm £39.99)
  • Little Tikes Activity Table - £20 (norm £40)
  • Coleman 400 ATV 4x4 quad bike - £3,500 (RRP £6,500)

These are the only Black Friday items we know about at the moment, but there'll be lots more - we'll keep you updated.

Stock of all of these items, and other Asda products discounted for Black Friday, is likely to be very limited. So, if there’s anything on the list you were planning to buy anyway, get down to your nearest big Asda store on Friday.

NOTE: Due to the time sensitive nature of the Black Friday weekend deals, we haven’t been able to fully verify every deal and do our normal analysis. Always do your own research to ensure you are getting the best bargain out there. And remember, don’t just buy it if it’s on offer, buy it if you need it.

Asda logo10 Pierre Darcys Champagne Brut*In store and online at Asda

34 days left

We've found a corker of a champers deal. Pierre Darcys Champagne Brut N/V is £10 (was £24.25) at Asda* until Thu 1 Jan. 

Delivery's £1-£5.50 or free if you collect in selected stores. You must spend £25 or more if you order online - if you're not intending to spend this much, it's best to grab this offer in store. 

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Asda logoFree month's Vitamin D for kids (norm 1-2.50)No voucher needed, just ask in store at Asda Pharmacies

For ages 3+

Get a free 30-day supply of Vitamin D chewable tablets for kids at Asda Pharmacy. No voucher needed, just ask at one of Asda's 255 pharmacies before Mon 12 Jan 2015 to get your freebie.  Asda told us you don't need to buy anything else or prove you have a child, just request the supplements at the pharmacy counter.

The strength of the Vitamin D tablets is 10 micrograms (standard dose) and they’re suitable for both adults and children over three years old. Asda says these tablets are usually sold for £2.50, however we’ve spotted them on offer online for £1. It’s one per customer, subject to availability.

Asda logo13 Benoit Renaud Champagne Brut*In-store and online at Asda

Ongoing

Benoit Renaud Champagne Brut is £13 at Asda*. It's available in-store and online. Asda has confirmed that this is the standard price for this champagne.

Delivery's £1-£5.50 or free if you collect in store (selected areas only). You must spend £25 or more if you order online.

Please be Drinkaware.

Asda logoAsda - school uniform from 6.50*In store and online, from age 3-16

Ongoing

Get a full school uniform (ages 3-16) from £6.50 at Asda*, both in store and online.

What do you get?

Prices change depending on size.

How to get the uniform: In store and online. Click and collect is free. Standard delivery's £2.95.

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