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Amazon slashes cost of cosy blanket with sleeves by half price in Black Friday sale

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Amazon is one of the largest retailers taking part in Black Friday with a large selection of discounts across electricals, home appliances, laptops and much more.The online delivery giant has also reduced the cost of a few energy-saving items to help with your rising bills this winter - including a TV blanket with sleeves that has been described as "super cosy and warm."We spotted that Amazon had slashed the cost of the Catalonia TV Blanket With Sleeves and Pockets by a massive 50%, with shoppers now able to snap it up for £29.99, down from its original £59.99.

The incredible money-saving deal has arrived perfectly in time, as many of us will be looking for alternative methods of keeping warm that won't rack up the heating bill as much this winter.Made to be worn backwards, this wearable TV blanket comes with long sleeves and added length for full warmth, while a handy pocket Made with thick Sherpa fleece material, Amazon has said that the extra long blanket "can warm you up very fast when you lay on the sofa watching movies in the living room."Nearly 2,000 customers who have previously purchased the comfortable blanket have flocked to Amazon's website to rave over it for helping them to stay warm without needing to pop on the heating.

One review read: "I'm surprised with this blanket as it's super cozy and warm. I bought it to use it while working remotely and avoid switching on the heating.Well, we are mid-November, and I haven't used the heating much yet.

I use this blanket not only for work, but for watching TV or sleeping in bed. Simply wonderful!"A second happy customer wrote: "It's so soft good value arrived very quick don't need any heating on will save you lots of money with energy rise in price.

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