Apple's not one to enter the Black Friday fray, but that doesn't mean you still can't bag a bargain on iPhones, iPads Macs and more. We've hunted high and low to sniff out the rare treat of saving money when buying something Apple. Here are the bargains we found.
It may not be the newest model, but bagging a bargain does take sacrifice. The 16gb iPhone 5s is down to £299, giving buyers a pretty lucrative £79 saving. Head over to GiffGaff for that.
eBay is also a port of call for the 5s, where a 16gb unlocked one has a £182.99 price tag, and a 16gb refurbed iPhone 6 is £329.99.
EE has the 5s on contract costing £27.49 per month, a saving of £99.99 its says, although that's just for existing EE customers.
If you're really not fussed about the latest features, get down to Argos where a refurbished iPhone 4s is just £99 – that's half price.
Carphone Warehouse has been doing deals all week, but a special "spike deal" – that's deals limited to a fairly large 96 hour window – will include £100 off of the upfront cost of the iPhone 6s, iPhone 6 and iPhone 5s, all 16gb.
eBay has the 16gb iPad Mini 2 for £179.99, saving buyers a not to shabby £39.
Meanwhile Argos is knocking £20 of the same model.
And O2 have a deal on the iPad Air 2 where you can save up to £104 on a monthly 10GB tariff or sign up for a chance to get your hands on the Apple tablet for almost nothing in their price crash reverse auction.
It may not be a familiar high-street name, but eglobal is offering discounts on two styles of Apple's latest gadget, the smartwatch.
Over at Currys PCWorld, savvy shoppers can save some cash on any of their Macs, £50 to be exact. That includes the Macbook Pro, Macbook Air, iMac, all in different sizes. Just use the code 50MAC.
Fancy saving a tenner on iTunes? Pop down to Tesco where you can pick up three £15 gift voucher cards for only £35. Perfect stocking fillers ahead of Christmas.
Don't forget, John Lewis does price matching under its "never knowingly undersold" promise. While not all retailers fall into this, it's worth asking if it does and you could end up with the same bargain but with the John Lewis peace of mind.
And if you're still asking yourself what is Black Friday and where did it come from? Then watch our short film about the history of the sales bonanza:
To help you plan ahead, you can find all the latest deals, news and opinion on Black Friday here, and tips on how to get the best bargains, including Tesco, Sainsbury's, Ebay, Currys PC World, John Lewis and Amazon. But don't expect to find Asda among them this year, the supermarket has set a precedent and pulled out of the sales bonanza.