Black Friday

Are you looking for Black Friday Deals?

Black Friday might be widely known as a one-off shopping extravaganza, but that doesn’t mean you need to limit great Black Friday Deals to one day. At Homebase, we offer great savings year-round, so if you’re worried you’ve missed out on the best Black Friday deals, think again – there are plenty of great deals to take advantage of.

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Ideal gifts for Christmas

Black Friday and Cyber Monday are often seen as a great time to stock up on gifts for your family and friends. But if you've got anyone left on your list we still have plenty of great options.

Why not consider our homewares, outdoor toys or even power tools and tool sets to bring a smile to your loved ones faces this Christmas. With everything from cosy cushions to cordless drills, you’re bound to find something for everyone on your list.

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Black Friday FAQs

Does Homebase have/deals.list a Black Friday sale?

We don’t wait until there’s a Black Friday sale to give you great savings, discover our deals and clearance today.


What products can I save on in the Homebase Black Friday deals?

We have deals across all our categories, stretching from power tools to our kitchens, garden and paint offers. See our full selection of savings at Homebase.


When is the best time to get the best Christmas deals?

You don’t need to wait until the last minute to save money on your purchases. At Homebase, we have Christmas deals right here online.


What is Black Friday?

Black Friday is the day of the year when retailers significantly drop their prices to allow shoppers to grab some pre-Christmas deals.


So when is Black Friday?

The event originally started in the United States and takes place each year on the Friday immediately following Thanksgiving (the fourth Thursday in November).


Why is it called Black Friday?

The phrase Black Friday originated many years ago in Philadelphia and was used to describe the heavy traffic the day after Thanksgiving.