Amazon Black Friday 2021 deals start today with huge 70% off selected items

Amazon Black Friday 2021 deals start today with huge 70% off selected items

The biggest shopping event of the year – Black Friday – kicks off on November 26.

It's an epic discount day for millions who are eager to shop for a few items on a budget.

Whether you need a new toothbrush or reading material, Amazon has got you covered.

That's because the retailer has announced its early deals with up to 40% off on selected items.

And in some cases shoppers can grab a massive 70% off on their favourite gadgets.

Here are some of the best deals we found online at Amazon – from home & kitchen, phones & accessories to so much more.

Those who want a Kindle with 32gb can nab it for just £79.99, saving a whopping £70 on the way.

Alternatively, Amazon customers who want to treat themselves to a new toothbrush can do so on a budget.

On the website, you can pick up an Oral-B Pro 3 Electric Toothbrush for £39.99, down from £89.99 which is a massive 56% off.

There's even discounts on flossers too as you can nab the Waterpik Ultra for £54.99 instead of £67.99.

Meanwhile, lads on the hunt for the perfect shaver can pick up a Philips Series 9000 for £139.99, instead of £449.99.

The promotion means shoppers can get 69% off on the popular electric shaver.

Other deals include a grill and air fryer which has 25% off meaning customers can save around £50 on the item.

Coffee lovers can get machines between £80.99 and £550.99 on the Amazon Black Friday 2021 deal.

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Just be mindful some of these promotions we found won't stick around until the end of the month.

Some could end in 10 days, while others have just a few more days with the cheaper price tag.

According to the website, the Black Friday deals are only around from today (November 8) until November 18.

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