Since the country's Christmas lights prematurely began to line our high streets in late October, many of the shops underneath them chose to go full steam ahead towards the annual Christmas shopping frenzy. Black Friday deals have even been released a week early to entice early shoppers in.
Though the sales event doesn't officially start until the next Friday (November 23) many retailers are already promoting deals worth taking advantage of.
Here are the offers The Telegraph thinks are too good miss - from smart-speakers to smartphones, kitchen gadgets to styling devices.
Best early Black Friday deals
Apple iPhone X
This phone was priced at £999 when it was first released last year; at the time The Telegraph wrote 'If any phone is worth £1,000, this is it', giving the smartphone five stars. The handset has an edge-to-edge display screens that cover the whole front of the phone, face ID which unlocks the phone using 3D facial recognition software and a 12MP dual lens camera.
This Carphone Warehouse deal offers Apple's flagship phone of 2017 with a variety of deals, from £49.99 upfront, then £54 per month.
Amazon Echo and Amazon Smart Plug bundle
This a great offer: Amazon Echos are usually £89.99; for two thirds of the price you can get the retailer's flagship smart-speaker and a plug which works with Alexa to add voice control to any - yes, any - electrical socket. Using the Alexa app on your smartphone, you can schedule lights and appliances to automatically turn on and off, or control them remotely.
The voice-activated Echo will search the internet, play music, check your calendar and set alarms on demand; plus this model can hear you from any direction, even while music is playing.
Amazon Echo Dot
If you want an Echo Dot but aren't fussed about buying the latest model, then buy the 2nd generation version which has 60 per cent off today.
The Dot is hands-free, voice-controlled device which allows you to connect to personal assistant Alexa in order do a myriad of tasks: to play music, make calls, ask questions, check your calendar, weather, traffic and sports scores, manage to-do and shopping lists, control compatible smart home devices, and more.
If you want the latest model then go for the 3rd generation, which is reduced from £49.99 to £24.99 today; the upgrade has a better speaker and a sleeker design.
Sony Xperia XZ (£220 off)
This phone is reduced to £220 at Argos today, making it a must-have bargain for anyone looking for a new smartphone. The Sim-free deal applies to the black model of the device; it's key feature is its 4K HDR screen, which uses the same technology as Sony's BRAVIA televisions.
Plus, the phone's camera can shoot video at 960 frames per second, which means it shows slow-mo video that the human eye can't normally detect.
Dolce Gusto by Krups Coffee Machine
With 50 per cent knocked off this coffee machine, it's the ideal offer if you or a family member need a jolt of caffeine to get up in the morning: all you need to do is add a coffee pod and water to get a coffee shop-worthy cup of joe.
This device has an eco-friendly mode, where it turns off automatically after one minute. Plus, if your other half isn't a fan of Americanos there are over 40 hot and cold drink pod options that can be used with the machine, including hot chocolate and Chai tea latte.
Dyson V6 Cordless Vacuum Cleaner
This hoover, on sale at eBay, is currently out of stock at Dyson - so if you're looking for a cordless vacuum cleaner, this is a good deal to take advantage of. The V6 can last up to 20 minutes before its energy starts to fade, making it ideal for cleaning cars and hard-to-reach spots in the home.
KitchenAid Artisan Stand Mixer
Kitchenaid mixers are the best in the business - in fact, it is said to have got its name in 1918 when prototype models were given to the wives of factory executives in Ohio, who declared it the best "kitchen aid" they'd ever had.
This matte grey 4.8L model is reduced by £200 today; the mixer, known for over the past 100 years for its reliable quality, has 10 speed settings and includes a wire whip whisk, dough hook and flat beater (the latter two of which are both dishwasher-safe).
The new Kindle Paperwhite
Still not got a Kindle? Surely you haven't been lugging heavy books on holiday with you these past few years? If you have, correct your error pronto. Owning a Kindle doesn't mean you don't appreciate books, it just means you can have the best of both worlds: the option to choose any book you like while away for two weeks, as well as the chance to thumb through the well-worn classic on your bedside table.
This new model has had a couple of key upgrades: it has twice the storage the previous one did and is waterproof (perfect for the pool).
Babyliss Curl Secret
Party season is around the corner, which means dressing to impress. If you want to do a little something extra with your hair then curls are an obvious option. This ceramic-barrelled curling iron is 50 per cent off, making an industry classic an affordable bargain.
The device, which has two temperature settings, is ready to use in under two minutes and comes with a heatproof mat.
Samsung Galaxy Tab A tablet
This tablet has a 10.1 inch screen, making it ideal for playing games and catching up on favourite television shows. Plus, it allows you to do two tasks at once - think watching a film while checking on a recipe for dinner - with its multitasking split screen.
The offer, which knocks £50 off the RRP, includes a free case and McAffee (which is usually worth over £60), making it a steal; snap it up!
LG Smart 4K TV
Yes, this is still a hefty price tag - but a saving of £500 on a 4K TV is not to be sniffed at. Measuring at 55 inches, the LG OLED55B8PLA television has HD capabilities, Dolby Atmos surround for cinema-like sound and comes with Catch-up TV & 4K Streaming with the Google Assistant.
The ThinQ AI feature allows you to voice-activate TV shows and the Smart TV apps allows you to browse BBC iPlayer and Netflix whenever you want.
All the products mentioned in this article are selected and reviewed independently by our journalists. The Telegraph makes money by adding affiliate links to some of the products.