eBay launches huge Black Friday sale with 50% off Apple, Dyson and more

It’s officially Black Friday, and whilst the majority of deals have already begun, we can expect all of the major deals to start today.

One of the retailers kicking off the festivities with price reductions is eBay. The online marketplace is offering super low prices on some of our favourite brands.

Whatever you’re looking for this Black Friday, you’re sure to find it on eBay, as the site has thousands of independent sellers, as well as approved official outlets and even its own refurbished section to upgrade your tech.

Customers can grab over 50% off big brands such as Dyson, Oral B and Apple products.

One of the deals we're watch closely is the Dyson V11 Outsize Cordless Vacuum, which is now £399.99 with a very impressive £250 off for Black Friday.

It comes with a range of detachable attachments to clean effectively around the home and even in the car too.

The Oral-B Genius 9000 Electric Toothbrush has had a price reduction of £120, now just £79.99 down from £199.99 – how good is that?

And if that doesn't tickle your fancy, this Certified Refurbished Simba Mattress has an astonishing 50% off the original price and is available now for just £184.50.

Customers can also save £100 on the Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max. There are different storage capacities available as well as various colours to choose from.

But the good deals don't stop there either.

For further savings, you can check out even more great savings on eBay’s Black Friday deals hub.

If you link your nectar card to your eBay account, you can incur up to 50 times more nectar points when you buy on eBay between 1-2pm between December 22-26.

Looking for more deals on eBay? We'll be bringing you all of the latest deals from the online marketplace as soon as they come in. We're expecting even more amazing deals on everything from tech, to beauty and appliances.

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