Black Friday has come to be one of the busiest days on the British shopping calendar when retailers cut prices in the run-up to the festive period – both in-store and online.
The tradition came from America, with the national sale typically falling on the day after Thanksgiving. In recent years it has become one of the most hyped shopping phenomenons of the 21st century.
From midnight tonight millions of shoppers will take to the internet to buy things at absurdly cheap prices.
And it's no longer just electrical and technolgy items that you can save money on, with almost every high street store in Chester slashing the price of their goods.
Many retailers have had deals up for grabs for the past few days, but the biggest event still remains on ‘Black Friday’ itself (Friday, November 25) and with limited number of items available at the special price, if you want to be sure of securing your must-have purchase you might have to set that alarm a little earlier than usual.
Or if you’re a night owl, you might find the best deals arrive just after midnight tonight, so make yourself a coffee and prepare for a late bedtime.
What can I buy on Black Friday?
What can't you buy more like? Retailers will do anything to get hold of your money so if it can be sold for cheap then it will be sold for cheap. Expect ludicrous deals on TVs, laptops, iPads, Xboxes and even holidays.
Retail giant Amazon has been offering Black Friday deals all week with new products becoming available as often as every five minutes.