It’s just few weeks until the much awaited Black Friday, that will bring along a whole new set of fresh deals flooding the market with bonanza’s and extravaganza sales. While you indulge into working out your savings and expenses yet again this year, here’s all that you ever wanted to know about this much watched out for day.
Black Friday is celebrated on the day following the Thanksgiving in the US, which falls on the fourth Thursday of November every year. Regarded as the beginning of the Christmas shopping season in the US since the early 2000s, Black Friday is largely observed as a day brimmed up with fascinating deals covering majorly all bits and pieces from the various aspects of life. Amazing deals and promotional sales open very early, usually the very start of Friday while more recently during overnight hours as well. Although Black Friday is not an official holiday, but in some states “The Day After Thanksgiving” is observed as a holiday for state government employees.
This Fall, Black Friday will fall on November 27. Though the sales related to Black Friday have shown a great deal of interest throughout, so much so that few major retailers open the sale even a week before taking the sale, which is usually for a little time span each day for instance an hour or two, throughout the week till the Black Friday making it even more irresistible. Most sales are supposed to kick off at midnight or at 8am.
So get your shopping streak on! Revamp your bucket list, scale your desires, measure your expenses and set your priorities. Be a part of the chaos of wishes this Fall, get ready it’s almost time!