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For the best Black Friday Weekend deals on mattresses, toppers and pillows for the home, shop online with Duvalay – Britain’s ‘Bed Manufacturer of the Year’.
Our Black Friday UK discounts begin on 23 November and must end at MIDNIGHT on Cyber Monday (26 November), so start planning your purchases of selected items from our Home Collection to get your order in fast.
Duvalay’s Black Friday deals include 20% savings on the comfiest, highest-quality memory foam mattresses, as well as our cooling FreshTec mattresses – offering a fresher night’s sleep. Giving great pressure relief, comfort and support, every Duvalay mattress has a breathable stretch-knit cover which enhances the comfort of the foam.
Improve any uncomfortable bed with a Duvalay mattress topper and enjoy 20% savings in our Black Friday sale. Available in your choice of premium memory foam or cooling FreshTec foam, this innovative product feels incredibly comfortable and is designed to substantially improve your night’s sleep.
The Dinky Duvalay sleeping bag would be an amazing Christmas gift for kids who love sleepovers, so Black Friday Weekend is the perfect time to save 20% on this award-winning kids’ sleeping bag – suitable for children aged two to eight.
Fast Facts about Black Friday
What is Black Friday?
Retailers drop their prices to begin the Christmas shopping season. Expect mega discounts.
How did Black Friday begin?
Thanksgiving takes place on the fourth Thursday in November and Americans have traditionally begun their Christmas shopping the following day. The term ‘Black Friday’ was first used in 1952 in reference to the number of people who called in sick that day – extending the holiday period into an unofficial four-day break.
When is Black Friday?
Black Friday is on 23 November, but our promotional offers will continue throughout the weekend until midnight on Cyber Monday (26 November). Experts predict they will be the busiest shopping days during 2018.
How much is spent on Black Friday?
In 2017, UK shoppers spent a whopping £1.39bn online (source: IMRG).