If you’re a smart consumer then shopping around online for exclusive Cyber Monday deals with be your aim today, and that is the same whether you’re in the UK, US, and many other countries. In this article we wanted to point PR readers in the direction of Currys UK and their Cyber Monday price crash, which even puts Comet store closing down sales to shame when you look at how big the discounts are for a range of electronics.
Cyber Monday in the UK at Currys — we’re pretty impressed considering the usual online prices you see at stores like Currys, and it seems they also understand how to hype up their offering by adding a countdown timer for each Cyber Monday deal. These range from large and small HDTVs, accessories for your favorite electronics, Blu-ray players, video games for PC, Wii, PS3, and Xbox 360. It seems to be the best Cyber Monday offering in the UK at the time of writing, although we’ll be sure to let you know about more as the day goes on.
TVs featured from the likes of Sony, Samsung, Toshiba, and LG — the first thing you notice when you land on the special page, found here, is televisions from some of the biggest brands each with a countdown timer, which will end at 6PM UK time. Currys state that the “100 hours ends 6PM” on Cyber Monday, although it is worth noting that pretty much all of the Cyber Monday deals are for home delivery only.
The TV that caught our eye in Currys Cyber Monday sales had been the one with the biggest discount, which had been the Samsung UE60EH6000 Full HD 60-inch LED TV that includes a price cut of almost 40%. This is impressive but be warned you only have another 10 hours before the sale ends, and we’re not sure if stock will last until that time.
Have you been looking for Cyber Monday deals in the UK today, and if so what do you think about Currys price crash? It’s great to see this annual tradition not just in the US, but also the UK and many other countries although we’d love to know if you like to take part in the annual event.
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