Black Friday 2017 is next week, but Morrisons just couldn’t wait to start the discounts.
The UK supermarket has launched a selection of reductions early, with more to come over the next few days.
Morrisons Black Friday Deals
Magnum of prosecco, 1.5l, £10. Instore and online.
Gin advent calendar, £60. Instore only.
Bottled ales advent calendar, £30. Instore only.
Baylis & Harding bag sets, £5. Instore only.
Baylis & Harding toiletries travel set, £10. Instore only.
Persil 100 washes mega pack, £10. Instore only.
Comfort fabric conditioner, £5. Instore only.
Today, bargain-hunters can snap up a magnum of prosecco – which is 1.5l – for just £10.
And anyone looking to start their Christmas shopping early should also snap up a Baylis & Harding gift set.
Morrisons are selling bag sets, which includes hand and body lotion, body wash and bath creme, with a handy bag to keep it all in, and travel sets, with shampoo, conditioner, body wash and shower creme inside a handy carry-bag, for £5 and £10 respectively.
December is only a couple of weeks away, but many people may not yet have an advent calendar to start the countdown to Christmas.
Morrisons are selling two as part of the Black Friday discounts.
The first is a bottled ales calendar for £30, and includes 275-330ml versions of popular beers and unusual picks.
The second, a more expensive choice, is a gin advent calendar for £60.
Mini versions of some of the world’s premium gins are included in the massive calendar.
Shoppers can snap up the prosecco online, but the other deals are in-store only.
Morrisons are not the only store to get their Black Friday deals up early, with other UK high street favourites already slashing prices.
John Lewis are selling a selection of toys and gadgets at knock-down prices.
Debenhams have reduced prices across women’s fashion, homeware and electricals.
Boots have reduced various Christmas beauty sets and electrical items including hairdryers.
And jeweller Pandora are likely to see the tills ringing after offering 50 per cent off last year, with shoppers waiting patiently for deals to begin at the chain.