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AO.com logoAO.com eBay outlet*Discounts on fridges, washing machines & TVs etc

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Household appliance retailer AO.com has regular discounts online via its own website, but you could also save money on white goods and electricals by visiting its official eBay outlet*.

All items are brand new and include TVs, washing machines, fridges, cookers and dishwashers. Everything is sold with the usual manufacturer's guarantee.

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AO.com logo10% off at AO eBay outlet*Eg, PS4 Pro console and FIFA 18 for £314 (next cheapest, £349)

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If you go online to the AO.com eBay outlet*, you can get 10% off purchases over £40 in one transaction with the code P10MAY until 11.59pm on Fri 4 May. Delivery's free on all items to UK mainland (Northern Ireland is excluded from this offer).

The maximum discount you can get is £250, which means purchases of £2,500+ would only be discounted by £250 no matter how much you spend, and you can only use the code once per account. See full T&Cs*.

Examples of strong discounts we found when using the code on Thu 3 May include:

AO.com logoAO.com 'January' sale*Online retailer launched 'biggest-ever sale' on Christmas Eve

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Website: AO.com*
Start date: Noon on Christmas Eve
End date: Mon 15 Jan, although it could be pulled earlier
Sale amount: AO.com hasn't shared an up to % discount, but it says it is its 'biggest-ever sale'
Likely to boost? No word on boosting at the moment, so you may decide it’s not worth waiting if you see something you want and it’s cheaper than at other retailers.

Discounts we found on Tue 2 Jan include:

AO.com's not always cheapest, so always do your own research before buying. If you find an item cheaper elsewhere, you can follow the steps in AO.com's 'price match promise' to get it matched.

AO.com logoAO.com £20 off £199, £50 off £399 codes*Eg, £219 Indesit washing machine, next cheapest £250

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If you need a new washing machine, fridge freezer or another large kitchen appliance, then now might be a good time to get one as we’ve blagged two discount codes to use at online electrical appliances retailer AO.com*. It often offers market-leading prices to begin with, so you can make some significant savings with these codes.

Until 11.59pm on Tue 7 Feb, enter the MSE Blagged code MSEAO20 at the basket stage on AO.com* to get £20 off all large kitchen appliances priced £199 or over, or enter the code MSEAO50 to get £50 off all large kitchen appliances priced £399 or over. They’re valid on all white goods from dishwashers to ovens - see 'more info' for a full list of included appliances.

The code’s ONLY for individual items that meet the threshold

The discount will be triggered when one single item hits the threshold, so you can't use it on a combination of cheaper items to meet the minimum spend. However, if you have multiple items in your basket that each meet the threshold, the discount will be applied to each of them so is extra useful if, say, moving into your first home. 

You can only use one code per transaction, so if you have an item for £199 and an item for £399, you'll have to do it in separate transactions to get the discounts on each appliance.

Examples of strong savings we found using the codes on Tue 31 Jan include:

It's worth noting that other large appliance retailers also offer short-lived discount codes, so you should keep an eye out for any, and make sure to always compare prices elsewhere before making a purchase.

The codes can’t be used in conjunction with other promotions or discounts, except for AO.com cashback offers listed on its website.

More info

The codes are valid on washing machines, tumble dryers, washer dryers, fridges, freezers, fridge freezers, cookers, cooker hoods, range cookers, microwaves, hobs, ovens, warming drawers and dishwashers. 

AO.com logoAO.com Black Friday deals*Incl Dyson cordless vacuum £259 (next cheapest, £270)

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Online retailer AO.com* is offering a range of Black Friday deals, and if you enter the code TENNEROFF when viewing your online basket prior to proceeding to the checkout, you’ll also get £10 off all products priced £249 and above.

When we looked online at 12.01pm on Mon 28 Nov, there were 174 offers available on a range of electricals and appliances, all of which include free delivery.

Current deals:

Strong savings we found combining the code with its Black Friday offers include:

Not so hot deals

Some items included in AO.com's Black Friday discounts could be found cheaper elsewhere when we looked, so it's important you do your own research. For example:

Important: Don’t allow yourself to be taken in by the hype around Black Friday and be sucked into buying something you don’t need or can’t afford. And always do your own price comparisons to ensure you are getting the best deal possible – don’t just take a retailer’s word for it.

For the rest of our Black Friday deals and analysis, see our Black Friday 2016 Deals page.

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AO.com logoAO.com Cyber Monday offers*Incl LG 50 inch TV for £499 (next cheapest £579)

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Electronics retailer AO.com is going for Cyber Monday in a big way.

Its sale features discounts on a range of entertainment products, white goods and cleaning products. Here are a couple of market leading deals we spotted on Mon 30 Nov:

Stock of all discounted items is likely to be very limited, so go quick if there’s anything you need and were planning on buying anyway. But remember to check prices elsewhere first to ensure you are getting the best deal out there.

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.

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