Martin Lewis gives Black Friday price tip to help you grab a massive bargain

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Money Saving ExpertMartin Lewis has shared a helpful tip that could help Black Friday shoppers grab a bargain.

Thousands of retailers are set to launch offers on November 26, which will appeal to bargain hunters who want the latest gadgets to stash away for Christmas this year.

But money guru Martin has given followers a top tip when it comes to shopping on Black Friday and it's all down to preparation.

He says all shoppers should note down the prices of the items they are planning to buy now, so they can compare them on the big giveaway day to see if there really is a saving to be made.

By following his simple tip it should mean that many will avoid overspending.

He wrote on Twitter: "Quick Tip: Got anything you're planning to buy during #BlackFriday promotions?

"Go and do a price check now, so you have a benchmark to see if it is really cheaper when it is 'discounted'."

The tip will allow you to dodge low-quality deals and continue your search for the best priced items to get the most out of the event.

In more recent years, the popular event has seen brands launch discounts early and continue the offers all the way up until Cyber Monday.

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So it's important that you start to scan the shelves now, to find out just how much you could be potentially saving.

Last year, Which? revealed that 85 percent of Black Friday product prices aren’t the cheapest they have ever been- with just one percent reported at their lowest price.

The Money Saving Expert website has previously recommended that Brits use methods such as Google Shopping to compare items to find the cheapest price.

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