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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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Latest Expired Deals
AO.com 'up to 50% off' sale
Includes appliances, TVs, laptops, vacuums & more. Not likely to boostExpired
Start date: It started on Wednesday 21 December
End date: Saturday 7 January
Sale strength: Up to 50% off
Likely to boost? We don't expect AO.com to boost its sale, though it's possible it may add more products. Also, AO.com price matches other retailers, so you could see selected items reduced further if a competitor has reduced its price.
Even though the sale isn't billed us 'up to 50% off', but we spotted items discounted up to this amount. From what we've seen, most items are discounted by around 10%-20%.
AO.com's not always cheapest, so do your own research and compare prices 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 discounts on 100s of items
For example, Nespresso coffee machine £69 (normally £149)Expired
As predicted, online retailer AO.com* has discounted hundreds of items for Black Friday. Like in previous years, AO.com started its offers early – beginning this year on Wednesday 9 November.
We've asked AO.com if there will be more deals and higher discounts to come, or if this will be the extent of the sale. We'll update here when we know more.
Of the products we checked, all were the joint-cheapest on the market, often price-matched by Amazon, Currys, Very and John Lewis. AO.com promises to price match other retailers* on any item it sells and says it'll match discount codes too.
Below are some examples of AO.com's Black Friday deals we spotted at 7.04am on Friday 25 November:
- Nespresso by Magimix Vertuo Next 11706 pod coffee machine* – £65 (was £149). Same price at Amazon*
- Shark anti-hair wrap NZ690UK vacuum cleaner* – £169 (was £299). Same price at Very
- LG OLED65CS6LA OLED 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD OLED TV* – £1,399 (was £1,999). Same price at John Lewis*
Check for codes
AO usually also has a few money-off codes available during the Black Friday period. One we spotted when doing price comparisons on Friday 11 November is £20 off large kitchen appliances over £349 wit the code: PXZJ7LNIIB. These often last only a day or so, but you can use free extensions like Honey or Pouch to find the latest ones.
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. 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.