Dust off your running shoes, polish your helmet and practise your best showdown stare because Black Friday is just days away.
Yup, that’s right. This very Friday be prepared to brawl for a bargain, dive for a discount and squabble for a sale item as thousands of prices are slashed nationwide. Of course you could just stay at home, feverishly thumbing your phone and scrolling until you find the item you desire, but where is the fun in that?
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For anyone brave enough to hunt among the pack, Morrisons are offering an added incentive to keep you going. The best-loved supermarket chain will be selling its biggest ever breakfast, a truly monuments meal for the bargain price of £5.
Their ‘Black Fry-day’ includes a whopping 19 pieces of food, including three sausages, three hash browns, three rashers of bacon, mushrooms, baked beans, two halves of a tomato, two fried eggs and two slices of fried bread – all of that for a fiver.
Head of cafes at Morrisons, Helen Tordoff said of the deal: “We know Black Friday shopping can take a lot out of customers and hope that this Black Fry-Day Breakfast will keep hangry-ness at bay and fuel them through the highs and lows of the big day.
“We’re proud to offer deals our customers want and bid them happy bargain-hunting this Black Friday.”
Black Friday is an American tradition, originating in Philadelphia, that happens the day after Thanksgiving. It has only become popular in Britain in recent years, but is the perfect way to stock up on presents at a much discounted rate before the Christmas rush.
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Morrisons have also said that they will be slashing prices across their stores in honour the holiday that falls on 29 November this year. They will be selling champagne for a third less than usual from 27 November.
This deal includes high-end brands including Veuve Clicquot, Bollinger and Moet and Chandon. But if you prefer an Italian fizz instead, they will also be offering a magnum of Prosecco Doc Spumante by Palazzo Nobile will be available for £10.
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