Cyber Monday 2015 UK deals: Plenty of deals on smartphones, HD TVs, laptops, tablets and consoles

Black Friday has come and gone, but plenty of deals remain. Today is also Cyber Monday, and that means there’s a new crop of online offers to pounce on. Between the Black Friday stragglers and the new Cyber Monday bargains, today may end up being the best day yet to shop for everything from HD TVs to games consoles.

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Cyber Monday 2015 in a nutshell

What: Lots of deals on everything from consoles to widescreen TVs

When: 30 November

Where: All over the place, although you’re better off going online

Best Cyber Monday 2015 UK Deals: Picks of the day

Smartphones

  1. Motorola Moto G: £89.00 on Amazon.co.uk
  2. iPhone 6s: no upfront cost and £28.50 per month at Carphone Warehouse
  3. Samsung Galaxy S6: currently £389.99 on eBay
  4. Motorola Moto X Play: Currently £219 (16GB), £259 (32GB) from Motorola
  5. Google Nexus 6: Currently £250 (32GB), £310 (64GB) from Motorola
  6. Samsung Galaxy S6 edge: £121 off from Three
  7. Samsung Galaxy S6: £125 off from Three
  8. Sony Xperia Z5: £159 off from Three

Consoles

  1. Wii U with Mario Kart 8 and Splotoon: £229.99 on Amazon.co.uk
  2. Xbox One 500GB with Ori and rare replay: £223.99 at eBay
  3. PS4 1TB with 3 games: currently £289.97 on GameStop

TVs and entertainment

  1. Techwood 50in HD TV: £239.00 on eBay
  2. Panasonic 40in LED TV: £379.00 at Currys
  3. Toshiba 48in Ultra HD Smart TV: currently £479.00 on Argos
  4. Samsung 50in Smart Ultra HD 4k LED TV: £698.00 on Currys.co.uk
  5. LG Wireless Sound Bar: £129.00 on Currys

Laptops, tablets and PCs

  1. HP 15-ac151sa 15.6in Laptop: £349.00 from Currys

  2. iPad Air 2 64GB: £399.00 on eBay

  3. Toshiba 15.6 Inch L50-C Laptop: Currently £379.99 from Argos
  4. HP 15 Laptop: Currently £365 with code (CYBER) on HP store
  5. Lenovo Yoga 2: £129.99 at Argos.co.uk
  6. Dell XPS 13 (2015): Currently £799.00 on Amazon.co.uk
  7. Kindle Fire HDX Wi-Fi and 4G: £139.00 on Amazon.co.uk
  8. Fire tablet: £34.99 at Amazon.co.uk
  9. Fire TV Stick: £24.99 at Amazon.co.uk
  10. Chillblast Fusion Nighthawk Gaming PC: £599.99 from ebuyer

Miscellaneous 

  1. Kindle Paperwhite 6in: currently £79.99 on Amazon.co.uk
  2. Philips Wireless Headphones: currently £29.99 on Argos
  3. Epson WorkForce 4-in-1 printer: £29.99 on Amazon.co.uk
  4. Samsung 1TB SSD: £184.99 on Amazon.co.uk

Where can I get the best Cyber Monday UK 2015 deals?

We’ve all seen the videos of man stepping on the face of fellow man over a cheap widescreen TV. Online frenzies are a lot less violent, with less elbows and more refreshed pages.

The big online players will all have a dog in the race. This is part of the problem for retailers, as it forces them to slash prices to avoid missing out on business – even though doing so isn’t always profitable. If you’re a smaller website, this isn’t ideal – but if you’re a shopper, it’s great news!

Stores offering Cyber Monday 2015 deals in the UK?

  • Amazon
  • Argos
  • Currys
  • Ebay
  • Game
  • Tescos

Best Cyber Monday 2015 UK Deals: Amazon

Amazon is the ringleader of the Black Friday online frenzy and one of the main places for Cyber Monday bargains. Visit Amazon.co.uk to see what’s on offer right now.

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Best Black Friday 2015 UK Deals: Currys

Currys takes Black Friday very seriously indeed, last year implementing a queuing system into its website to prevent it from crashing. Expect big deals on everything from headphones to cameras. For now you can register your interest on the Currys site. Visit Currys to see what’s on offer right now.

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Best Cyber Monday 2015 UK Deals: Argos

Argos went big on Black Friday, and plenty of deals remain on TVs, games consoles and other electronics. You can check out what’s available on the Argos site.

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Best Cyber Monday 2015 UK Deals: (Not) Asda

While Asda used to go a little Lord of The Flies on Black Friday, the supermarket chain has this year decided to drastically scale back its Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals. Hopefully this means there wont be scenes of people fighting over electronics. 

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