Black Friday is officially on. Here’s how to find all the sales

Mia Steiber 24 November 2017 NEWS

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Black Friday is here and the discounts are bigger than ever. Looking for all the sales? Well, we've found them.

Black Friday is one of the biggest sale events in the world with retailers around the globe offering huge sales of 50% off, 60% off and sometimes even 70% off on electronics, fashion, homewares and more. There are more than 400 sales available today - we counted! If you want to see them all you can head to our Black Friday sales page which lists all the best offers available today.

Originally an American shopping event, Black Friday is the day after Thanksgiving. Many people would have the day off from work after Thanksgiving and would typically head to the shops. As a result Black Friday turned into one of the busiest shopping days of the year and retailers began offering sales to the opportunist shoppers looking for bargains.

Back Friday's popularity in Australia has grown exponentially and this year it's bigger than ever with 400+ deals available on our Black Friday sales page compare with 300+ from last year.

So many of Australia's favourite retailers are participating in the sales today. Missguided is offering Australian shoppers a strong 50% off storewide. Designer sunglasses brand, Sunday Somewhere is offer a selection of shades for just $100 - a huge discount off the roughly $300 rrp. General Pants Co. is joining in too with 25% off everything in the store.

There are some total bargains in tech too. Dell has 40% off selected laptops and tech giant DWI has 40% off on cameras.

To see all the sales and discounts available today for Black Friday, check out this comprehensive list at our Black Friday sales page. And if you're looking for some shopping inspiration, you can check out the most popular Christmas gifts this year. Because Black Friday is one of the best times to tackle your Christmas shopping!

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