With the New Year sale ongoing, we're starting to wonder whether there is ever a time during which Xiaomi does not have an active sale running.

It's definitely no bad thing for consumers who want to get the most for their money, though it can make it difficult to spot the very best deals and to know when is the best time to buy.

Add to that the confusion over Xiaomi's smartphone product naming - already a mess with Mi, Redmi, Poco, Black Shark and various 'T's, 'S's and 'Note's scattered about, before it started removing the prefixes altogether - and we wouldn't blame you for being at a complete loss.

Fortunately, we're here to guide you on the best Xiaomi deals to snap up. In this article, we'll point out the best deals to be found online (typically at the official Mi Store and Amazon, though we often see deals at the likes of Laptops Direct and mobile operators). You can also check out our buying guide for details of the best Xiaomi phones, regardless of price.

We look for the best deals not only on the Xiaomi smartphones, tablets, wearables, scooters and smart home tech that we've thoroughly tested and reviewed, but anything else that grabs our attention in its enormous ecosystem of devices. Many of these gadgets are manufactured by third-party firms and sold under the Xiaomi brand, but they all have in common excellent quality and unbeatable value. 

Xiaomi is today the world's third biggest phone maker, but it's still relatively unknown in the US market. Hence we are here focusing on the best UK Xiaomi deals.

Best Xiaomi Deals

Until 9 January, get £20 off when you spend £300 or more at the official Mi Store using coupon code 2022NY20.

1. Xiaomi Mi 11 (8GB/128GB) + Mi True Wireless Earphones 2S

From: Xiaomi

Was: £749

Now: £579  (£170 off + Free Earbuds)

Mi 11 is Xiaomi's current flagship (though Xiaomi 12 is coming soon), making this an awesome deal - check out our full review. Pick it up now with £170 off and get a free pair of Mi True Wireless earbuds, worth £79.99.

2. Xiaomi Mi 11 (8GB/256GB)

From: Xiaomi

Was: £799

Now: £699  (£100 off)

Xiaomi's Mi 11 2021 flagship enjoys a sizeable £100 discount. 

3. Xiaomi 11T Pro (8GB/256GB) + Mi Watch

From: Xiaomi

Was: £649

Now: £599  (£50 off + Free Mi Watch)

The Xiaomi 11T Pro offers flagship performance and unparalleled charging speeds for hundreds of pounds less than a true flagship - read our full review.

4. Xiaomi 11T 5G (8GB/256GB) + Mi True Wireless Earphones 2 Pro

From: Xiaomi

Was: £549

Now: £449  (£100 off + Free Earbuds)

The Xiaomi 11T has a few design flaws, but the excellent display, battery life and competitive price make up for these downsides - read our full review.

5. Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite 5G NE (8GB/128GB) + Redmi Buds 3 Pro

From: Xiaomi

Was: £399

Now: £309  (£90 off + Redmi Buds 3 Pro)

The Xiaomi 11 Lite 5G NE features a Snapdragon 778G processor and an ultra-thin body - learn more about the latest Xiaomi phone on the block.

6. Xiaomi Poco X3 Pro (6GB RAM, 128GB)

From: Xiaomi

Was: £229

Now: £199  (£30 off)

This offer on one of our favourite budget phones of the moment – Xiaomi's Poco X3 Pro – represents phenomenal value.

7. Xiaomi Poco F3 (6GB/128GB)

From: Xiaomi

Was: £329

Now: £289  (£40 off)

You'll find fantastic performance and a superb OLED display on the Xiaomi mid-ranger that is the Poco F3.

8. Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite 5G (8GB/128GB)

From: Xiaomi

Was: £399

Now: £329  (£70 off)

Despite the name, this Mi 11 Lite sits in Xiaomi's mid-range line-up, offering excellent value - read our full review

9. Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 (4GB/128GB) + Redmi Buds 3

From: Xiaomi

Was: £209

Now: £179  (£30 off + Free Earbuds)

Save £30 on the Redmi Note 10 5G (4/5 stars) and get a free pair of earbuds (worth £39.99) thrown in!

10. Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro (6GB RAM, 128GB)

From: Xiaomi

Was: £269

Now: £229  (£40 off)

A fantastic screen, a 108Mp camera and awesome battery life make this discount on the budget Redmi Note 10 Pro difficult to ignore.

11. Xiaomi Redmi Note 10S (6GB/128GB)

From: Xiaomi

Was: £229

Now: £179  (£50 off)

Xiaomi's Redmi Note 10S represents excellent value for money, but doubles down on battery life and graphical performance - check out our full review.

12. Xiaomi Redmi 10 (4GB/128GB)

From: Xiaomi

Was: £199

Now: £159  (£40 off)

If you're looking for a brand-new smartphone on a budget, Xiaomi's entry-level Redmi 10 is worth a second look.

13. Xiaomi Mi Smart Air Fryer

From: Xiaomi

Was: £79.99

Now: £69.99  (£10 off)

Get a tenner off this smart air fryer with a 3.5 litre capacity and OLED screen. You can schedule cooking up to 24 hours in advance, plus it can defrost, bake and dry fruit and meat. 

14. Xiaomi Mi Band 5

From: Xiaomi

Was: £39.99

Now: £25.99  (£14 off)

The Mi Band 6 – with its blood oxygen monitoring and expanded display – may now be on the market, but that doesn't stop the fact that 2020's still-excellent Mi Band 5 is still on sale and currently enjoying a tidy discount. If you're looking for a well-specced tracker on a budget, look no further.

16. Xiaomi Mi 1S Electric Scooter

From: Laptops Direct

Was: £399

Now: £339  (£60 off)

This is Xiaomi's mid-range electric scooter, and heaps of fun as a toy or as an essential travel gadget. Do check out the legality of riding electric scooters in the UK.

17. Xiaomi Mi Scooter Pro 2

From: Xiaomi

Was: £549

Now: £399  (£150 off)

It might be expensive, but it's Xiaomi's top-end electric scooter right now, with a 350W motor and a great range. Find out more in our Xiaomi Mi Scooter 2 Pro review.

18. Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 5G

From: Laptops Direct

Was: £699

Now: £199  (£500 off)

This is one of the older models in Xiaomi's line, but this slider phone once turned many heads with its flagship status, making that ridiculously low price hard to ignore - read our full review.

Xiaomi Buying Advice

Only a few years ago, importing Xiaomi phones to the UK (before they were officially sold here) was plagued with issues. Chinese ROM models do not come preinstalled with Google services, and in such cases you would need to install this yourself and navigate a Chinese menu and keyboard to get it set it up correctly.

Connectivity was also an issue, with one of the three 4G bands used in the UK (800MHz/Band 20) rarely supported, and this could leave O2 users out in the cold. Thankfully, if you take care to purchase only Global ROM models, these are all a thing of the past.

Some of these issues do still apply to other Xiaomi products, however. Xiaomi laptops typically come with a Chinese Windows 10 OS, so require some know-how to install an English operating system, an OEM version of which will cost you only £10-20. With older products, such as the Mi Band 3, Chinese versions will naturally have Chinese menu icons. And many Xiaomi products shipped from China come with Chinese user manuals - Google is your friend here if you're not sure how to get them set up.

It's worth pointing out that any Xiaomi product you buy from the UK Mi Store will be an English version, and none of these issues will apply. They do, however, typically command slightly higher prices, and that's largely because Xiaomi has less control over the supply and distribution costs outside China.

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