Shoppers can't believe the Black Friday 'middle of Lidl' deals – see the full list | The Sun

Shoppers can't believe the Black Friday 'middle of Lidl' deals – see the full list | The Sun

November 21, 2022

SHOPPERS are raving about Lidl's Black Friday deals from its middle aisle today.

The deals come just in time for Black Friday at the end of the week (November 25).

Black Friday is on the horizon, and shoppers are dashing around to find the best bargain.

Lidl fans have been quick to spot great discounts in its middle aisle – where deals are normally stocked in store.

You can also find the section on its website for a quick browse – but remember to factor in delivery costs if you're ordering home.

One shopper posted some deals from the supermarket's tech and electric stock to social media, writing: "Few for middle of Lidl tomorrow, 21st Nov, get there early as they go quick."

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The current electrical deals on for Black Friday at the moment are as follows:

  • Emma Original Mattress (king size) – was £424.50, now £329
  • Emma Original Mattress (double) – was £379.50, now £279.99
  • GTech Pro 2 Cordless Vacuum Cleaner – was £179.00, now £99.99
  • Beldray Two-In-One Cordless 360º Steam Iron – was £26.99, now £19.99
  • Breville Bold Kettle (black) – was £25.00, now £19.99
  • Breville Bold Kettle (cream) – was £25.00, now £19.99
  • Breville Bold 2 Slice Toaster (black) – was £25.00, now £19.99
  • Breville Bold 2 Slice Toaster (cream) – was £25.00, now £19.99
  • Oral B Pro 570 Electric Toothbrush – was £23.75, now £19.99

It's important to note stock will vary store to store, so it's worth calling up in advance to avoid disappointment.

You have until Thursday, November 24 until the middle aisle deals change, so be quick.

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And although it's an exciting time, you should remember to only buy something you were wanting in the first place – otherwise you're not saving anything.

And keep an eye out for scams – more than £15million was nicked last year with the average loss at £1,000.

Most scams involved mobile phones, electronics, cars and designer clothes — and people aged 19 to 25 were most likely to be victims.

Make sure you look out for deals elsewhere too – you never know where you might find something for less.

There's a handy comparison site – – which compares the prices of 130,000 products across 14 major supermarkets.

The Latest Deals app also lets you search items and compare prices at several supermarkets to see where it's cheaper.

For example, it looks like TK Maxx currently has a 60% off deal on some items online.

There's also a 50% Black Friday deal off clothes in Asda right now.

The Sun has asked Asda which exact items the sale includes and how many stores are involved – but its website lists men's, women', kids' and babies' clothes to be part of the deal.

For exmaple, there are men's Cream Linen Smart Shorts down from £4 to £1.50 online, and a Daisy Skater Mini Dress on sale from £16 down to £8.

And Martin Lewis has also revealed how shoppers can grab a No7 beauty set worth £160 for just £41.

It is currently in stock online and selling for £85 – but the finance expert has urged shoppers to hold out until next month for a better deal.

Mr Lewis said a half price offer will be available from December 7-24.

You can also use the MoneySavingExpert Christmas and Black Friday deals tool to help you find bargains.

It's a list of when it expects retailers to drop prices in the days before Christmas.

For example, the site predicts that Lidl will launch its '£10 off £40 voucher via newspaper', which it launched last year on December 9.

But MSE's list is only a prediction so there's no guarantee it's accurate, and remember there are still delivery costs to factor in too.

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