The best Argos deals on Prime Day 2016

Argos has launched a new 'Big Sale' to combat Prime Day deals

Amazon appears to be redefining the phrase 'Christmas in July'. Amazon Prime Day is in full swing, John Lewis is price matching Amazon, Currys has loads of great deals and Argos is on on the action too.

In the interest of equality, we thought we'd list all of the best Argos deals to sit alongside our Amazon and John Lewis posts.

If you're a keen Argos shopper, here are all of the best Argos deals designed to subvert Prime Day. We'll add more deals as we find them but here's what we've seen so far...

The best Argos 'The Big Sale' deals on Prime Day

Sony PS4: Pick up the PS4 500GB with LEGO Star Wars game AND the new Star Wars movie on Blu-ray - just £249.99 until the end of the day

Mobile phones: Save up to £120 on selected smartphones and other mobile phones

Cheap TVs: Loads of very cheap TV deals going at Argos until midnight tonight

Kitchen: Save up to 50% on kitchen items from steamers to smoothie makers, coffee machines, toasters and lots more

Android tablet: Get the Lenovo Tab A7 tablet for just £49.99

4K TV: Save £70 on this 49-inch LG 4K TV and get it for £429 until the end of the day

Cheap laptop: Pick up this snazzy red 15-inch laptop from HP for just £279. Don't expect Ultrabook performance but this will do the job if you need a basic laptop for basic tasks

Dyson: Get the Dyson V6 Animal cordless vacuum cleaner. It's Dyson so it's still expensive but it's down to £279.99 today

Nutribullet: These things fly when the sales are on and today the Nutribullet blender is down to £69

Soundbar: Pick up this 320W soundbar and subwoofer from LG for £179 while stocks last

Canon camera: pick up the Canon PowerShot SX410 bridge camera for just £99 until the end of the day

TomTom: Pick up a TomTom satnav from just £79.99

Home entertainment: Save up to 40% on home ents products like Freeview boxes, Blu-ray players, soundbars and home cinema systems

We'll update this page as we find more deals!

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