IF you're planning on throwing a Christmas bash this year, you might want to stock up on booze deals that supermarkets are flogging this Black Friday.
It's one of the biggest shopping events of the year, and shoppers are expected to splurge £9.4billion on tech, toys and more this Black Friday.
Black Friday falls on November 26 and ends with Cyber Monday on November 29 – and it's used by shoppers to get their Christmas shopping in for less.
Supermarkets are offering deals on booze to mark the occasion – with Sainsbury's, Asda and Tesco battling it out with an offer where shoppers can get six bottles of wine for 25% off.
A few deals are available now and last until December – so you have more time to bag your bargains than just over the Black Friday weekend.
We round up offers from supermarkets including Morrisons, Tesco and Sainsbury's on what tipples you can bag for less.
If you're looking to stock up on spirits, you might want to check out Morrisons' Black Friday deals.
The supermarket is flogging up to 32% off bottles of plonk which could be perfect to use for making a cocktail or two.
If you're a whiskey fan, Morrisons will be reducing 1litre bottles of Jack Daniels from £25 to £16.99, which will save you roughly £8 (32%).
For those who prefer vodka, 1litre bottles of Russian Standard Vodka will be £14.99 instead of £16.99, saving you £2 (12%).
The deal ends on Sunday – so don't wait until Cyber Monday to make the most of the offer as it won't be available.
But prices have already been discounted online so you can shop for your booze now.
If you're planning to pick up your booze in store, then make sure to check that it's in stock at your local branch to avoid a wasted trip.
You can find where your nearest store is using Morrisons' store checker tool.
Morrisons has also put a limit on the number of bottles you can buy under the deal – you won't be able to get more than three.
Tesco is taking part in the Black Friday deals season too – but you'll only get the discounts if you're a Clubcard member.
Shoppers can get 25% off bottles of wine as long as they buy six or more of them.
According to Tesco's website, there are 91 bottles included in the deal – and it includes bottles of fizz too.
The deal ends on Cyber Monday – so make sure you get your bottle of choice before then.
This bottle of Tesco Finest Prosecco Valdobbiadene DOCG prosecco is usually £10 – or £9 if you're a Clubcard member.
But you can get it for £6.75 under Tesco's Black Friday deal.
You could put this bottle of Tempus Two Quartz Series Sauvignon Blanc in your trolley too for less – it's £9 unless you're a Clubcard member, in which case it's £7.
But buy it as part of the deal and you'll only be paying £5.25 for it.
Shopping in store for your haul? Use Tesco's store locator tool to see where your nearest one is.
Asda is kicking off Black Friday with an offer on spirits from big brands including Gordon's, Bacardi and Dissarono.
You can buy two bottles of a number of 70cl spirits for £20 under the deal.
For example, you could pick up a bottle of Gordon's Premium Pink Distilled Gin under the offer and a bottle of Bacardi Spiced Premium Rum.
As both bottles are £13, you'd be saving £6 if you got them under the deal.
In a deal rivalling Morrisons', shoppers can also bag six bottles of wine and save 25% too.
One of the biggest deals, Asda says, is on bottles of Freixenet Prosecco D.O.C – they have been discounted to £9 a bottle from £12, and will be even cheaper at £6.75 if you buy them as part of the deal.
Check out where your nearest Asda store is using the supermarket's online store checker tool.
Fancy some fizz? Lidl is flogging bottles of prosecco for less on Black Friday.
Its Allini Prosecco Spumante Magnum will be £2 less at £10.99, down from £12.99.
Lidl says that the bottle, coming in at 1.5litres, is double the size of a standard bottle and you can get 12 glasses out of it.
You can bag the booze in stores today.
But you might want to act fast to get yours – Lidl says it will only be available while stock lasts.
You can find where your nearest Lidl store is using the supermarket's online store checker tool.
Sainsbury's is battling it out against Tesco and Asda too with its own offer slashing 25% off bottles of wine when shoppers buy six or more.
The offer starts tomorrow, Wednesday 24, and ends on December 1 – so you have a little while longer than just the Black Friday weekend to make the most of the deal.
However, the offer doesn't include bottles of wine under £5, house wine and boxed wine.
We spotted a few wines in the deal that shoppers might want to look out for.
This Sainsbury's Taste the Difference Languedoc White Wine used to be £7.50 but it's now £6.50 – you can get it for even less at £4.88 under the deal.
While this Christmas Prosecco Rosé, which used to be £12 but is now £10, would be £7.50 under the deal.
If you're planning on stopping by the wine aisle to get the deal, you can find your nearest Sainsbury's store using the shop's online store checker tool.
However, beware of paying extra this Black Friday as nine in 10 Black Friday deals are cheaper or the same price before the sales, Which? said.
Here's the early Black Friday deals on offer at shops including Superdrug, Boots and Studio.
In bad news for shoppers, retailers including Next and The Entertainer could pause next day deliveries ahead of Christmas.
Today is Black Friday which means there are masses of deals to be found across the web. Here are our top picks: (November 26)
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