Tesco brings back 25% off 6 offer and more deals ahead of Black Friday 2019
Tesco Black Friday deals 2019 are yet to be announced.
The store instead has a pre-Black Friday Weekly Little Helps sale on that will help customers stock up ahead of Christmas.
Last year Tesco slashed the cost of TVs, Dyson vacuum cleaners, toys and more in its Black Friday event, but there's no word yet on 2019's sale.
In the meantime, Tesco has some amazing offers across drink, food and the F&F department.
This includes its popular 25% off 6 offer across wine.
Currently big name brands such as Moet & Chandon are included in the deal.
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Buy six bottles of the Moet & Chandon Brut Imperial NV Champagne and save up to £52.50.
Alternatively you can mix and match with brands such as Freixenet, Yellow Tail and Hardys.
Other drink deals include Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey, which is down from £26 to £16.
As well as Famous Grouse Scotch Whisky which has been reduced from £20.50 to £16 also.
Across foods you will find Tesco's 1kg of Pork Crackling Leg for half price at £2.50 rather than £5.
While 650g tubs of Quality Street have been slashed by £1.50, down from £5 to £3.50.
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If that wasn't enough there is also 25% off F&F Clothing until next week.
From Nov 21 to Nov 25, shoppers can get discounted clothing and accessories from the department.
Last year Tesco remained tight lipped on its official Black Friday event, so you'll have to head back closer to the time to find out more about the deals.
Tesco Mobile, however, has announced its "best ever Black Friday" with loads of offers available.
Tesco said: “Black Friday is here and it’s time to grab a bargain on one (or more!) of our fantastic Black Friday mobile deals here at Tesco Mobile!”
Check the Tesco Mobile website out for more details.
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