BLACK FRIDAY 2021
5 useful tips how to shop smarter and safer during Black Friday
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What is Black Friday?Black Friday refers to a day on which stores around the world put thousands of products on sale. This day is simply a shopper's dream and many wake up in the early hours of the morning to queue for discounted products before it sells out.
The term "Black Friday", dates back to the year 1869 in the United States. The term was first applied to the day after Thanksgiving on which many families went out to do their shopping after the holiday festivities. Many products that were not sold before Thanksgiving, was discounted. "Black Friday" referred to how busy the streets were with pedestrian traffic on that day.
When is Black Friday 2020?This year, Black Friday is on the 27th of November. Many stores around the world, including South Africa, have already been advertising their amazing deals. Black Friday is usually only one day and this is why many see it as such a special day.
To ensure you do not miss all the Black Friday specials this year, keep an eye on your favourite stores' online catalogues and make notes of all the items you want to buy. Ready for Black Friday 2021? Happy shopping!