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eBay Black Friday 2021 deal predictions: AirPods, air fryers + more


Having offered up to 75% off last year, eBay is shaping up to be a top shopping destination this Black Friday.

Bookmark our 2021 Black Friday deals hub to see all the best offers as they arrive.

As we approach the biggest sales season of the year, we're taking a look at last year's Black Friday deals to point bargain hunters in the direction of the best places to shop this November.

With an extensive range of products and a reputation for offering huge discounts, eBay is likely to be a leading destination, having offered shoppers up to 75% off last year.

From AirPods to air fryers, we've rounded up the best deals offered by the site last Black Friday that we expect to see again this year.

Best eBay deals from Black Friday 2020 (that you can still get)

When is Black Friday 2021?

The Australian Black Friday sales will take place on Friday 26 November.

While it was previously a 1-day event, many retailers now start their sales early and keep them running over the Black Friday weekend.

Several then either continue their sales or offer new deals for Cyber Monday, which will fall on Monday 29 November this year.

Which brands does eBay stock?

As one of the biggest online marketplaces in the world, eBay sells products from both individual sellers and dedicated stores like Big W and The Good Guys.

This means you can find an enormous range of items and brands in both new and secondhand condition.

During the Black Friday sales, eBay highlights brand new products from certified stores. Just a few of the brands that have appeared in previous sales include Bose, Apple, Lenovo, Dell, KitchenAid, Nespresso and Samsung.

Does eBay accept buy now pay later?

Yes, eBay accepts buy now pay later service Afterpay on eligible listings.

Looking for more ways to save? Check out today's top 5 deals and our huge database of coupon codes.

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