In a few weeks it will finally be Black Friday. But if you don’t want to wait that long, you can get real bargains now, for example at Otto. We have looked at the deals, compared prices and only list the best offers below.
The best offers at Otto before Black Friday 2021
At the November 26th the time has finally come, the Black Friday 2021 comes towards us with great strides. However, many dealers already have worthwhile deals and offers in stock beforehand. The online mail order company Otto is no exception and offers discounts on numerous products, including Smart TVs, Coffee machines, Gaming accessories, sports equipment and much more. GIGA has taken over the price comparison for you and only lists the offers that are nowhere cheaper.
Otto also offers one 0% financing to: You can still pay your purchases comfortably in 12 monthly installments until December 6th – without paying interest.
Black Friday at Otto: Offers in the price check
LG 50 inch LCD-LED smart TV for 449 euros (instead of 699 euros RRP): 50 inch LCD LED television from LG with 4K resolution, 60 Hz native refresh rate and AirPlay 2 interface. Compatible with Amazon Alexa.
DeLonghi coffee machine for 549 euros (instead of € 1,099 RRP): With 13-stage conical grinder for quick preparation of espresso, coffee, Doppio +, long coffee, cappuccino, latte macchiato, caffe latte, hot water and hot milk.
Samsung 1 TB SSD + Far Cry 6 for 169.99 euros (instead of € 274.89 RRP): Internal SSD with 1 TB storage is PS5 compatible and can be easily installed. There is also the brand new Far Cry 6 for the PS5.
E-bike from Prophete for 2,899 euros (instead of 3,539, 95 euros): E-bike with AEG mid-engine, maximum torque of up to 100 Nm, 10 gears and disc brakes from Shimano.
Reebok treadmill for 999 euros (instead of € 1,700 RRP): Reebok treadmill with 24 preset programs and body fat analysis, iPod connection option via USB cable, 15 electronic incline levels, 3 user-defined target programs and MP3 function with 5W speakers.
Where does Black Friday actually come from? Find out in just a minute in the following Video:
What is Black Friday anyway?
Black Friday originally comes from the USA. A real bargain festival has been celebrated there for years on the weekend after Thanksgiving and to make way for the Christmas business. The discounts are so insanely good that people wait for them all year round. The gigantic shopping event has also arrived in Germany for a number of years and many businesses and online shops are taking part and using the red pencil before and on Black Friday.