John Lewis' best Black Friday deals

John Lewis' best Black Friday deals

Moz the Monster was released onto our screens last week, heralding the arrival of this year's John Lewis Christmas ad.

While the festive season is well within our sights, we have a major shopping event to get out of the way first: Black Friday 2017.

What is Black Friday?

On Friday 24 November discounts, deals and sales will be hitting shops and websites across the country and John Lewis is no different.

While the main deals haven't been released yet there are plenty of offers online that you can take advantage of, including reductions on clothes, electrical items and home and garden.

The best deals for Black Friday 2017

You can find these offers on the John Lewis website here.

In 2016 the best deals included £200 off a Samsung 4K HD television and freebies like coffee grinders!

We will be updating this page as and when new deals come in so make sure you check back to find out what you can save money on.

You can also keep up to date with all the top Black Friday news on our dedicated AOL Money hub page here.

Top ten facts about Black Friday
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Top ten facts about Black Friday
Black Friday originated in the USA in 1950s/1960s and takes place on the Friday after Thanksgiving. 
Black Friday was brought over to the UK by Asda in 2010, part of the Walmart group.
However in 2015 the supermarket didn't take part in the event and it hasn't been confirmed if they will be launching any Black Friday sales in 2016. 
In 2015 the average spend instore was £41 while the average amount spent my customers online was £92. 
On Black Friday in 2015 £1.1 billion was spent and there was £3.3 billion spent over the weekend as a whole, including Cyber Monday.  
A staggering 1.4 million people went into debt as a result of their spending on Black Friday in 2015. 
When surveyed, 22% of Brits admitted to having bought something on Black Friday through the years. 
Is Black Friday on it's way out in the USA? Controversially Walmart opened their doors on Thanksgiving evening in 2011 and have done since then. Other stores have started to follow suit, potentially marking the end of the popular discount day.

There is some suggestion the day got its name to represent the first day shops went 'into the black' and made a profit, but there's not hard and fast evidence to support this.

This year Black Friday will take place on 25 November. Find out everything you need to know about deals, discounts and which shops are taking part here.

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