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  • Dyson V7 and V8 vacuum deals

    Dyson V7 and V8 vacuum deals

    Lowest prices for popular range of vacuum cleaners


    Technology company Dyson's Black Friday discounts had already begun more than a week ahead of the day itself (Fri 27 Nov). It seems that other retailers, such as Currys*Argos and AO* have waited until closer to the Friday itself to unleash their Dyson reductions.

    Dyson is offering a Black Friday price promise where it'll refund the difference if you find it cheaper at Argos, Currys and John Lewis within seven days of purchase. Dyson also offers a two-year guarantee on cordless vacuums, hairdryers, purifiers, fans and heaters, and a five-year guarantee on upright and cylinder vacuums.

    We've spotted a few good deals so far, but we haven't seen any deals for the Dyson V11 Absolute or Animal models or the Supersonic hairdryer yet. The V8 Absolute isn't as cheap as last year, but it's still a substantial drop from pre-Black Friday prices.

    Below you'll find the cheapest prices when we looked on the morning of Fri 27 Nov:

    • Dyson V8 Absolute Extra vacuum – £299 (was £399) at Currys*. Same price at John Lewis*. Next cheapest, £299.99 at Argos.
    • Dyson Small Ball Animal 2 upright vacuum – £199 (was £249) at AO*. Next cheapest, £199.99 at Dyson.
    • Dyson V7 Animal Extra vacuum – £199 (was £299) at Currys* and AO*. Next cheapest, £199.99 at Argos and Dyson.

    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.

    • For comparison, here are some examples of 2019's Black Friday deals:

      • Dyson Cyclone V10 Total Clean vacuum - £479 at Currys. Next cheapest £479.99 at Dyson.
      • Dyson Cyclone V10 Absolute vacuum - £449 at Dyson, Currys, John Lewis. Found CHEAPER at £429 at Lunneys Electricals.
      • Dyson Cyclone V10 Animal vacuum - £399 at Dyson, Currys, John Lewis. Found CHEAPER for £385 at Donaghy Bros.
      • Dyson V8 Absolute vacuum - £284.49 (was £399.99) at Amazon. Next cheapest £299 at Currys.
      • Dyson V8 Animal vacuum - £349 at Dyson, Boots, Currys, AO.com and John Lewis. Found CHEAPER for £289 at Donaghy Bros.
      • Dyson V7 Motorhead Extra vacuum - £199 (was £299.99) at Dyson and Currys.
      • Dyson V7 Motorhead vacuum - £249 at Dyson, Boots, Currys, AO.com and John Lewis.
  • ALL GONE: Dyson Supersonic hairdryer refurbished 'as new' for £230

    ALL GONE: Dyson Supersonic hairdryer refurbished 'as new' for £230

    Choice of three colours via MSE Blagged code. Normally £300 brand new


    MSE update, Wed 3 Jun at 12.34pm: Dyson has confirmed that the hairdryers have now completely sold out. 

    You can get a Dyson Supersonic refurbished hairdryer in white*fuchsia*, or purple* for £229.99 online at Dyson when you enter the Blagged code MSE10 at the 'Payment' stage of the checkout.

    The Supersonic hairdryer normally costs £299.99 brand new, but Dyson occasionally, like now, offers refurbished models for £239.99, and our code gets an extra £10 off the refurbished price. Dyson says these models are restored to 'as good as new' – see more on what refurbished means below.

    This deal was popular when we first included it in our weekly email a couple of weeks ago, so Dyson has topped up the stock and there are now 1,000+ available. The offer will end at 11.59pm on Sun 7 June or when all hairdryers have been sold, whichever's first.

    Delivery's free. Orders placed before 8pm are delivered the next day in most cases, however due to the coronavirus pandemic, there may be slight delays for some.

    How good is this deal?

    Dyson products aren't the most MoneySaving and of course you can buy a hairdryer for considerably less than £230 – but the Dyson Supersonic is considered by many to be the gold standard – it has won the Sunday Times Style 'Best Gadgets and Tools' award and Wallpaper's 'Best New Grooming Product' award.

    See reviews at Allure, Trusted Reviews, and Glamour. It is generally praised for its drying speed, how smooth it leaves hair, and it not needing to use extreme heat, therefore less risk of damage to hair.

    MoneySavers seem to agree as we've received positive messages including from Jemma Y who says: "Love my Dyson hairdryer. I think it's worth every penny.", and Anita G who says: "I've had my Dyson hairdryer for almost four years and my hair has never been in a better condition".

    At Dyson's website, it has a score of 4.7/5 based on 2,400+ reviews:

    Deals on the Supersonic are rare so if you've been planning to buy one anyway, then this is the cheapest we've ever seen it – saving £70 compared to buying brand new.

    What does refurbished mean?

    A refurbished item is one that's either been previously sold by Dyson and returned, or incurred some minor cosmetic damage during handling. Dyson's confirmed that all products are carefully restored back to 'good as new', with new packaging and any parts replaced, if needed.

    Dyson says it's unlikely that you'd be able to tell the difference between a refurbished and brand new item. We've checked reviews and spotted comments from others such as 'It arrived looking brand new' and 'Doesn't look like it's ever been used'. 

    Refurbished Dyson products come with a one-year warranty and a 35-day return policy if you change your mind. You can find more info in the Dyson refurbished FAQs.

    MSE Laura B says:

    While of course everyone's hair is different, I've personally used the Supersonic a few times and it definitely dries my long, thick hair much faster than any other hairdryer I've used. I've also found that it makes my hair a lot smoother and less frizzy compared to others.