ASOS Black Friday 2020: The huge discounts to expect on all ASOS brands this year

Black Friday is just around the corner and shoppers will soon be able to pick up a cheap deal. ASOS is set to drop prices on a range of products across its website.

These will start on Black Friday and last for four days.

A post on the ASOS website states: “Set your alarms and update your calendars because huge things kick off for Black Friday 2020, starting from 27 November all the way till Cyber Monday on 30 November.

“We’re talking big, juicy discounts on all your favourite brands (850+ of them!) and your most-wanted wardrobe winners, AKA coats and jackets, trainers, suits, heels, Insta-ready party dresses and so much more.”

ASOS shoppers don’t need to wait until next week as there are already some deals available online at the ASOS Outlet.

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The brand added: “If you don’t want to wait till then, you can always head straight to Outlet (where it’s always Black Friday) and shop big-name brands with up to 70 percent off all the time.”

What deals will be in ASOS Black Friday?

Savvy shoppers will need to wait until next week to find out exactly what is on offer this year.

However, the retailer has hinted that there will be discounts applied to all items on the website.

ASOS stocks 850 brands including Topshop, Nike, New Look and Tommy Hilfiger.

It has also suggested essential winter items will be included among the deals.

In previous years, customers have been able to access huge discounts.

In 2018, the retailer offered 20 percent off all full price items, including all brands and new season stock.

At the time there was a further sale which offered up to 70 percent off certain brands.

Last year, discounts began in the week before Black Friday.

The retailer offered various discounts between 7pm and 9pm each day in the run up.

These flash deals included 20 percent off all dresses and coats and the same discount off men’s jeans.

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source: express.co.uk

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