Black Friday 2018 is approaching with bargain hunters set to get some great money saving offers on top tech, gadgets and games.
Black Friday sales originate in the US and the huge discounts from retailers go live the day after Thanksgiving.
But in recent years Black Friday fever has swept to the UK also, with it turning out to be a great time to grab a bargain online and in stores.
This year Black Friday 2018 falls on Friday November 23, and ahead of it starting some stunning deals have been leaked.
These offers emerged early after one website published a tonne of leaked deals from a leading retailer.
BestBlackFriday managed to source a 47 page booklet revealing all on US retailer Target’s upcoming Black Friday sales.
While the promotions are for US customers, it wouldn’t be a surprise to see many similar deals offered by other popular stores in the UK.
One of the most eye-catching deals will be for gamers hoping to get a PS4 this year.
The Black Friday 2018 deals that Target will allegedly be offering includes a great bundle with PS4 exclusive Spider-Man.
Target are set to be selling a 1TB PS4 with a copy of Spider-Man for $199.99 – a saving of $100.
While this deal appeared in the leaked Black Friday booklet, it was also confirmed in a Black Friday sales preview Target put out.
Other deals that Target are set to offer that were revealed in the leaked booklet revolve around South Korean tech giant Samsung.
As Forbes reported, the leaked advert shows Target will be offering a $300 gift card with the Galaxy Note 9, S9 and S9 Plus.
This hefty gift card comes with qualified activation on Verizon, Sprint or AT&T.
The Target leaked advert also revealed deals on the Nintendo Switch, Beats headphones, 4K TVs and the Google Home Mini, to name but a few products.
Black Friday 2018 – When is Black Friday?
Black Friday, which takes place on the day after Thanksgiving, falls on November 23 this year.
Many deals will appear online as soon as the clock strikes midnight, while a majority of UK’s high street retailers will open at 6am.
The shopping bonanza will last all weekend and is followed by Black Friday’s online equivalent Cyber Monday on November 26.