Just wait a week and the bargain festival is back: Black Friday 2021. But Otto is already starting with insane discounts on a number of products. We have looked at the deals, compared prices and only list the best offers below.
The best deals at Otto before Black Friday 2021
Am 26. November the time has finally come, the Black Friday 2021 is finally here. However, many retailers have worthwhile deals and offers in stock beforehand. The online mail order company Otto is no exception and is already offering discounts on numerous products, including Apple products, headphones, Smart-TVs, Fully automatic coffee machines, Gaming accessories 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
Apple Watch Series 3 for 199.99 euros (instead of 329 euros RRP): Elegant smartwatch from Apple with a sports bracelet made of silicone and integrated GPS, a 64-bit dual-core S4 processor, W2 Apple chip, barometric altimeter, optical heart sensor and an acceleration sensor.
First generation Apple Pencil for 79.99 euros (instead of 99 euros RRP): The Apple Pencil is suitable for all iPads.
Apple AirPods (2019) for 115 euros (instead of 149 euros RRP): Very popular Bluetooth headphones from Apple with up to 5 hours of playback time and noise reduction.
Huawei in-ear headphones for 89 euros (instead of 179 euros RRP): Bluetooth headphones with ANC (Active Noise Canceling), double anti-wind noise suppression and a battery life of up to 7 hours when listening to music.
Bose over-ear headphones for 177 euros (instead of € 349.95 RRP): Over-ear headphones with ANC, NFC or Bluetooth, dual microphone system, voice assistant and a battery life of up to 20 hours.
LG 50 inch LCD-LED smart TV for 439 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.
Acer Chromebook Spin 311 for 189 euros (instead of € 249 RRP): 11.6 inch notebook with Arm Cortex processor, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB eMMC and Google Chrome OS operating system.
Samsung Galaxy Book for 499 euros (instead of € 679 RRP): With Intel Core i3 1115G4 processor, UHD Graphics, 256 GB SSD, 8 GB RAM, Windows 10 and free update to Windows 11.
AOC gaming monitor for 189 euros (299 euros RRP): 27-inch monitor from AOC with full HD resolution, 144 Hz and 1 ms response time.
MSI Optix for 199 euros (instead of 399 euros RRP): Gamint monitor with 31.5 inches, full HD resolution, 165 Hz and 1 ms response time.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild für 44,99 Euro (instead of 60 euros): The popular open world game exclusively for Nintendo.
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 stereo soundbar for 66 euros (instead of 149 euros RRP): With built-in subwoofer, two sound channels for deep bass, remote control and easily connectable to the smartphone via NFC.
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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, making 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 few years now and many businesses and online shops are taking part and using the red pencil before and on Black Friday.