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UPDATE: A document published by 10ways.com claims to show all of John Lewis' Black Friday deals. Here are some of the highlights:
- John Lewis 60in LED television - was £1399 - Black Friday price £999
- LG 50in LED television - was £559 - Black Friday price £499
- Ted Baker DAB digital radio and Bluetooth speaker - was £200 - Black Friday price £160
- De'Longhi coffee machine - was £1,029 - Black Friday price £514
- Canon S200 digital camera - was £229 - Black Friday price £149
- Sony A5100 compact system camera - was £549 - Black Friday price £349
- Nokia Lumia 2520 tablet - was £400 - Black Friday price £200
- LG G Pad 8.3 tablet - was £150 - Black Friday price £100
Original story, published before Black Friday prices were found:
John Lewis will be offering discounts on hundreds of tech products for Black Friday (28 November), including tablets, televisions, cameras, headphones and more.
A small selection of products included in the sale are cast in shadow of the John Lewis website, but we're sure one is the Samsung Galaxy S Tab 10.5 (currently £399), while another is the Canon PowerShot S200 digital camera (currently £229).
There will also be major discounts on John Lewis' own-brand HD televisions (currently ranging from £899 to £1,399), as well as a Ted Baker DAB radio and Bluetooth speaker (currently £200) and a De'Longhi coffee machine, which is currently priced at £1,029.
John Lewis stores will open at 8am on Friday - earlier than usual - and its flagship Oxford Street store in West London will remain open until 10pm.
Last year, Black Friday was the busiest online shopping day ever for John Lewis, doubling the department store's previous one-day record.
Shoppers got up early last year, with traffic between midnight and 8am being four times higher than John Lewis has ever seen before.
Traffic from mobile devices like phones and tablets peaked between 7am and 8am, and was 14 times higher than the previous record.
Black Friday began as a US tradition to celebrate the day after Thanksgiving and is used by retailers to kick off the Christmas shopping season with one-day-only discounts. In recent years, the day has been adopted by UK retailers and this year is expected to be the biggest ever, with supermarkets, department stores and online retailers such as Amazon all getting in on the act.