Argos Black Friday sale is live – the 9 best deals T3's team of experts recommends

Argos' Black Friday sale is now live – among the great offers our team of experts has selected the best deals

More than any other year before it the best Black Friday deals have arrived extra early, with major brands and retailers in on the action. The Argos sale is now live in the UK and there are stacks of deals to sift through – except you needn't, as the T3 team has done the hard work for you. 

Our expert team has been in the tech game for decades of combined experience, so we know good products when we see them – indeed we review hundreds each year, as per our How We Test page – and below we've picked out a top five from Argos' Black Friday sales that are the best of best.

Beats Studio 3: was £229.99

Beats Studio 3: was £229.99, now £99.99 at Argos

The T3 team has an affinity for Beats headphones – and if you're looking for affordable noise-cancelling cans then Argos has the biggest discount of any retailer on the Studio 3 over-ears. With so many other headphones manufacturers charging four times that, this sale price is a steal. 

T3's Tech Staff Writer</a> loves its unique features, such as haptic feedback and adaptive triggers. This bundle also comes with the brand new Spider-Man 2 game, which makes this bundle extra great as you needn't fork out an extra £60 for this ace new title! Elsewhere you can find the console only for £10 or £20 less, if that appeals more.&nbsp;</p>" data-widget-type="deal" data-render-type="editorial">
Sony PS5 Spider-Man 2 bundle: was £499

Sony PS5 Spider-Man 2 bundle: was £499, now £399 at Argos

The PS5 is a generation-defining console that has changed the game. T3's Tech Staff Writer loves its unique features, such as haptic feedback and adaptive triggers. This bundle also comes with the brand new Spider-Man 2 game, which makes this bundle extra great as you needn't fork out an extra £60 for this ace new title! Elsewhere you can find the console only for £10 or £20 less, if that appeals more. 

Horizon Forbidden West (PS5): was £69.99

Horizon Forbidden West (PS5): was £69.99, now £19.99 at Argos

If you like the PS5 deal above and want to add another epic game – it's T3 Tech Editor's fave release of 2022 – then the PlayStation-exclusive Horizon sequel is a stunning title at an even more stunning price. Playing as Aloy, you'll traverse a futuristic world filled with robotic dinosaurs and try to solve a potentially apocalyptic issue. No other retailer is selling for as little as this. 

T3 expert review</a> – is heavily discounted. So if you've got a small TV but need bigger sound this is an ideal and affordable bargain to bag!</p>" data-widget-type="deal" data-render-type="editorial">
Roku Streambar: was £129.99

Roku Streambar: was £129.99, now £59.99 at Argos

Here's an exclusive AV deal you won't find as cheap at any other retailer right now (at the time of writing): Roku's miniature soundbar – which we described as "ideal for a small setup" in our T3 expert review – is heavily discounted. So if you've got a small TV but need bigger sound this is an ideal and affordable bargain to bag!

Philips Hue colour bulb: was £54.99

Philips Hue colour bulb: was £54.99, now £34.99 at Argos

Many of the T3 team have Philips Hue smart bulbs, which can be easily controlled through a smart home setup. The coloured ones, such as this B22 bayonet (screw fit is also available) are typically expensive, so it's great to see the price down to a considerably more affordable level. 

T3's Tech Editor</a> has been using Ring for years, having even hard-wired the product in to avert any battery-changing needs, and finds it a game-changer for deliveries to the front door (there's a lot of tech parcels coming and going in this job). This half-price deal is a no-brainer that's at a gift-level price point ahead of the holiday period.</p>" data-widget-type="deal" data-render-type="editorial">
Ring Video Doorbell (2nd Gen): was £99

Ring Video Doorbell (2nd Gen): was £99, now £49.99 at Argos

T3's Tech Editor has been using Ring for years, having even hard-wired the product in to avert any battery-changing needs, and finds it a game-changer for deliveries to the front door (there's a lot of tech parcels coming and going in this job). This half-price deal is a no-brainer that's at a gift-level price point ahead of the holiday period.

Quest 3</a> that launched more recently (a long-time T3 freelancer <a href=https://www.t3.com/news/"https://www.t3.com/features/meta-quest-3-vs-quest-2-ive-tried-both-and-heres-how-they-really-compare">compares Quest 2 to Quest 3 here</a>) – is a great route into classic VR. It doesn't need a PC or other setup stations for calibration either, which makes it great value for the whole family.</p>" data-widget-type="deal" data-render-type="editorial">
Meta Quest 2: was £399

Meta Quest 2: was £399, now £249 at Argos

Fancy yourself a slice of virtual reality? Meta's previous-generation headset – it can't do the more advanced augmented reality of the Quest 3 that launched more recently (a long-time T3 freelancer compares Quest 2 to Quest 3 here) – is a great route into classic VR. It doesn't need a PC or other setup stations for calibration either, which makes it great value for the whole family.

was £449</del>, <strong>now £379 at Argos</strong></a></p> <p>"Affordable Android doesn't get better than this" exclaimed <a href=https://www.t3.com/news/"https://www.t3.com/reviews/google-pixel-7a-review">T3's review of the Pixel 7a</a>. It's got the power, the cameras and the looks to impress. <a href=https://www.t3.com/news/"https://www.t3.com/author/sam-cross">T3's Staff Writer</a> went on to write about <a href=https://www.t3.com/news/"https://www.t3.com/features/on-wednesdays-we-wear-pink-why-im-obsessed-with-the-coral-google-pixel-7a">why the Pixel 7a was his 'obsession'</a>, so it's a much-loved mid-level Android handset among the team here. Especially in one of the brighter colourways.</p>" data-widget-type="deal" data-render-type="editorial">
Google Pixel 7a: was £449

Google Pixel 7a: was £449, now £379 at Argos

"Affordable Android doesn't get better than this" exclaimed T3's review of the Pixel 7a. It's got the power, the cameras and the looks to impress. T3's Staff Writer went on to write about why the Pixel 7a was his 'obsession', so it's a much-loved mid-level Android handset among the team here. Especially in one of the brighter colourways.

the best OLED TVs</a> that money can buy&nbsp;– which is why the T3 team selected the brand as number one in that expert guide. While the <a href=https://www.t3.com/news/"https://www.t3.com/reviews/lg-c2-review">C2 OLED</a> was a fan-favourite last year, if you're looking for a more affordable bargain then the step-down LG A2 OLED delivers similar picture quality and is an easy recommendation in the sales.&nbsp;</p>" data-widget-type="deal" data-render-type="editorial">
LG OLED A2 48-inch: was £999

LG OLED A2 48-inch: was £999, now £799 at Argos

There's no doubt that LG makes among the best OLED TVs that money can buy – which is why the T3 team selected the brand as number one in that expert guide. While the C2 OLED was a fan-favourite last year, if you're looking for a more affordable bargain then the step-down LG A2 OLED delivers similar picture quality and is an easy recommendation in the sales. 

While the T3 team has hand-picked these Argos deals, you may find their prices are matched by other retailers. Check out the shopping widgets below to see if there are preferable prices or retailer preferences for your needs. 

And let's not forget: during the Black Friday sales we'll likely see flash deals on various products and price fluctuations based on stock too.

Mike Lowe
Tech Editor

Mike is the Tech Editor and AV Editor at T3.com. He's been writing about consumer technology for 15 and, as a phones expert, has seen hundreds of handsets over the years – swathes of Android devices, a smattering of iPhones, and a batch of Windows Phone products (remember those?). But that's not all, as a tech aficionado his beat for T3 also covers tablets, laptops, gaming, home cinema, TVs, speakers and more – there's barely a stone unturned that he's not had a hand on. Previously the Reviews Editor at Pocket-lint for a 10 years, he's also provided work for publications such as Wired, The Guardian, Metro, and more. In addition to his tech knowledge, Mike is also a flights and travel expert, having travelled the globe extensively. You'll likely find him setting up a new mobile phone, critiquing the next MacBook, all while planning his next getaway... or cycling somewhere.

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