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Best deals in the February sales revealed by Which?

Our product experts have trawled through the February sales to save you money on LG TVs, Apple tablets, Miele washing machines and more

Best deals in the February sales revealed by Which?

We’ve seen some big discounts on tech and electricals, plus kitchen and home appliances, in the February sales. So if you’re after a new laptop, television or fridge freezer, now could be a good time to buy.

Our experts track prices throughout the year (not just when the sales are on), this means we’re able to cut through the retailers’ spin and only bring you the deals we consider to be genuinely good value.

All of the deals we’ve included in our February sales round-up cover products that have made the journey to the Which? test lab. As our lab tests are objective and reflect how you would use these products in real life, you can trust our reviews are accurate.

Even though all of the deals listed here show products that scored well in our tests, the best way to see if a product is right for you is to check in with our expert reviews before you buy.

Don’t get caught out by dodgy deals. We show you how you can spot a fake review.

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Best mobile phone deal

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 5G – £700

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3

We liked: High-quality display with 2,640 x 1,080 resolution

We didn’t like: Average battery life

The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 Android model comes with some upgraded features from Samsung’s last foldable phone. It’s powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset with 8 GB Ram, and has two cameras on the back of the phone and one selfie camera.

If you have a soft spot for the novelty flip feature, now could be a great time to buy as it’s being discounted from £949 down to £700.

Even with the deal, this is still pricey. So check our Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 review to make sure it’s right for you, or buy the cream version now for £700 at ChitterChatter.

Alternatively, browse for the best contract deals on the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 5G.

Browse all of our mobile phone reviews or, for more offers and cheaper phones, see our round-up of the best 2022 mobile phone deals.

Best TV deal

LG 50UP78006LB – £399

LG 50UP78006LB

We liked: Speakers are good for dialogue

We didn’t like: Lower-resolution scenes sometimes looked drab

This TV was already discounted in the New Year sales and has dropped a further £50 this month. It’s an excellent price for a 50-inch set and, despite being one of LG’s more basic models, you get a great remote with a microphone to control the TV with your voice.

Find out whether this is the right TV for you in our LG 50UP78006LB review or buy it now for £399 from Currys.

See our TV reviews to find out which models have performed the best in our tough lab tests. If you’re looking for a bargain, our product experts have even more TV deals for 2022 for you.

Best iPad deal

Apple iPad Air Pro (2021) – £956

Apple iPad Pro 12.9-inch (2021)

We liked: Responsive touchscreen

We didn’t like: No headphone jack

This is the 2021 version of the iPad Pro and it has a 12.9-inch screen – the biggest screen you can get. It’s powered by a mighty M1 processor and there’s 8GB of Ram backing it up. The model we tested has 128GB of storage, but you can buy versions with 256GB, 512GB, 1TB or 2TB at higher prices.

The cheapest we found for the 128GB version was £956 – this is still expensive, but it’s around £120 less than its typical price.

Read our Apple iPad Pro (2021) review to see if it’s what you need or buy it now from Currys.

Check our tablet reviews to see which models we recommend. For more offers on Android and iOS tablets, including a model going for £119, see the best tablet deals for 2022.

Best headphone deal

Bose QuietComfort Earbuds – £196

Bose QuietComfort Earbuds

We liked: Well built

We didn’t like: Expensive compared with some rivals

These wireless in-ear headphones have built-in active noise cancelling, helping to block out background noise. Touch controls on the earbuds let you perform functions such as skipping between tracks and turning on noise cancellation. These Bluetooth earbuds are compatible with iOS and Android devices.

Usually retailing for around £229, these Bose earbuds are now available for £196.

Find out whether they’re worth your money by reading our Bose QuietComfort Earbuds review or buy them now for £196 from Amazon.

Discover top-rated headphones with our headphones reviews. Looking for more deals? See our best headphones deals for 2022.

Best laptop deal

Apple MacBook Air 13 (2020) – £889

Apple MacBook Air (2020)

We liked: Light, great keyboard and touch pad

We didn’t like: Not many ports, expensive upgrades

Its screen isn’t quite as hi-tech as the one found on the MacBook Pro but there are plenty of plus points, including its thin lightweight design. It’s on sale at the moment for £889, a £60 discount on its typical price.

Read our full Apple MacBook Air (2020) review to see if it meets your needs or buy it now from AO or Currys for £889.

This Apple laptop is a good deal, but it’s still pricey – our laptop reviews uncover the best laptops for every budget. Alternatively, see our pick of the best laptop deals for 2022 for bargains on budget laptops, Ultrabooks and MacBooks.

Best washing machine deal

Miele WSG363 – £949

Miele WSG363

We liked: Easy to use, plenty of features

We didn’t like: The door opening isn’t as large as it could be

It has a cotton capacity of 9kg, so it’s big enough to wash plenty of towels. However, sensors adjust the amount of water and energy used depending on the load weight, so it doesn’t matter if you haven’t filled the drum to capacity.

It’s currently selling for £949 – that’s £100 off its regular price.

Read our full Miele WSG363 review before deciding whether this is the model you’re looking for or buy it now for £949 from AO.

Find out which are the top-rated models in our washing machines reviews. For more offers, see the best washing machine deals for 2022.

Best fridge freezer deal

LG GBB72MCUFN freestanding fridge freezer – £750

LG GBB72MCUFN review

We liked: Quiet, easy to use

We didn’t like: Some areas where crumbs can get trapped

This tall, freestanding fridge freezer has a striking matt-black finish that could help it take centre stage in your kitchen. It also has built-in wi-fi and it’s frost-free.

Typically selling for nearly £1,000, it’s currently on offer for £750.

Read our full LG GBB72MCUFN review to see if it’s worth taking advantage of this deal or buy it now for £750 from Currys or Appliance City.

Find all the best models in our fridge freezer reviews. For more price reductions, see the best fridge freezer deals for 2022.

Best mattress deal

Emma The Original mattress – £349.50

Emma The Original

We like: Can be used on most bed bases, not overly warm, 200-night trial, doesn’t need to be turned

We don’t like: Only available online

The Emma Original is the most popular mattress on the Which? website and it’s often on offer. It’s currently on sale with 50% off; 50% is the biggest discount we’ve seen for this Emma mattress, so if your heart is set on this one, now’s the time to buy.

The Emma Original is made up of a 19cm foam core, with an additional 2cm layer of memory foam and a 4cm layer of ordinary foam. Unlike some mattresses, it doesn’t feel too warm when you lie on it.

Read our full review of the Emma Original mattress or buy it for £349.50 direct from Emma.

Find all the best models in our mattress reviews. For more price reductions, see the best mattress deals for 2022.

February sales shopping tips

Check the Which? website

As well as finding you the best deals this February, we’ve also put together a list of the best and worst shops.

We’ve quizzed thousands of Which? members on their experiences of shopping in some of the country’s best-known stores and websites, as well as with lesser-known brands.

After crunching the numbers, we can reveal which retailers score highly for product quality, range and value for money. To see which retailers impressed in our latest shopping survey, head over to our extensive guide on the best and worst shops.

Watch out for sneaky tricks

Some retailers use underhand tactics to pressure you into making a purchase.

These include anchor pricing (when products are on sale more often than they aren’t), pressure selling (’30 people are viewing this right now!’) and dubious claims about the ‘before’ price of a product.

If you’re unsure how good a deal is, use a tool such as PriceRunner to compare prices across retailers.

Research customer reviews

It’s always a good idea to read reviews before you buy a product, but not all reviews are trustworthy.

Some sellers incentivise people to post fake positive reviews to drown out genuine negative ones. If you’re in any doubt, check out our expert guide on how to spot a fake review.

Returning goods

Whether you bought a product in-store or online, you still have rights under the Consumer Contract Regulations.

The regulations give you a 14-day window to return a non-faulty product, which begins on the day you receive your goods. Many retailers will give you longer than this, but it is always best to check before you buy.

We’ve put together advice on the additional rights you have when shopping online in our online returns guide.

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