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Broadband & SIM Only
this Black Friday

Grab a bargain in the BT Black Friday 2021 sale. Whether you’re after broadband, BT TV, BT Sport or SIM Only plans, we’ve got great Black Friday deals for you.

Black Friday broadband deals

Get 3 months’ free

Pay nothing until 2022 with our best broadband savings this Black Friday. Then it’s from £27.99 for the rest of the 24 month contract. Plus, buy now and get free P&P.

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Black Friday BT TV deals

Get three months'
half price BT TV

Explore our biggest-ever Black Friday TV sale and find flexible TV at half price for your first three months. BT TV bundles include the Sky channels from NOW and Netflix.

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Black Friday BT Sport deals

Half price sport packages for three months this Black Friday

We’ve gone half price on our sport packages for Black Friday. The Big Sport package combines the NOW Sports
Membership (every Sky Sports channel) with BT Sport, Eurosport and BoxNation.

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Black Friday SIM Only deals

Grab our Black Friday SIM Deal

Grab our SIM Deal

Online exclusive: get 20GB of data for just £10 a month on our 12 month SIM Only plan. Or if you need more data, check out our other Black Friday SIM Only offers.

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BT Shop Black Friday Deals

Ready. Set. Save.

Ready to save more on brilliant tech from the brands you love? From smart home devices to 4K Smart TVs, there’s loads to choose from in our Black Friday sale.

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Frequently asked questions

Black Friday originated in the US, where it traditionally marked the first day of the Christmas shopping period – the day after Thanksgiving. With many schools and offices closed for the holiday, people would take advantage of the long weekend to head to the shops. In recent years, it’s become increasingly popular in other countries too.

In 2021 Black Friday will be on Friday 26 November, but the date varies from year to year. That’s because Black Friday falls on the day after Thanksgiving in the US, and Thanksgiving has a different date every year, landing on the fourth Thursday of November. Also Black Friday sales often begin before (and continue after) Black Friday itself.

Black Friday is only one day, but that doesn’t mean you’ve only got 24 hours to find a bargain. As the sale has become more popular, Black Friday discounts have extended for up to two weeks. Some sales start before Black Friday and some keep going until after Cyber Monday.

Cyber Monday is the Monday following Black Friday – in 2021 it’s on Monday 29 November. Cyber Monday has been around since the mid-2000s and it’s the online equivalent of Black Friday, with lots of online retailers putting on sales. Like Black Friday it started in the US but is now popular around the world.