The most wonderful time of the year for shopping season, the Black Friday sales, offers up some of the best deals for 2017 on the must-have electronics, gadgets and other tech-related products. The Black Friday 2017 sale gives consumers the opportunity to save big on gifts for Christmas and holidays season.
The increasing US-imported Black Friday sales means that in this year, November is scheduled to surpass December as the new Christmas shopping month, according to e-commerce consultancy Salmon.
e-commerce giants Amazon as well as big three retail chain companies Walmart, Target and Best Buy typically competes to offer the biggest and the best Black Friday deals, and this 2017 seems to be no different.
[agg-ad id=”442″ align=”center”][agg-ad id=”438″ align=”left”]More than 154 million US shoppers shopped over Thanksgiving weekend last year, up from 151 million shoppers in 2015, according to the annual Thanksgiving weekend results survey released by the National Retail Federation and Prosper Insights & Analytics.
In 2016, the average spending per individual over the Thanksgiving weekend totaled $289.19, down slightly from $299.60 on 2015. With an average of $214.13 categorically going toward Christmas gifts or 74 percent of total acquisitions.
The Black Friday is traditionally the day after the American holiday Thanksgiving Day and is long-established when the shoppers in the United States start Christmas shopping season – with major retailers throws up the best deals.
Meanwhile, DealNews has released their predictions regarding the discounts shoppers can expect during November’s Black Friday 2017 as well as Cyber Monday sales this year. Keep in mind that all of these predictions are based on 2016’s sales; as yet, there are no verified discounts for 2017 Black Friday sales. Here’s what the comparison shopping website predicts for television sets.
[agg-ad id=”438″ align=”left”]It its expected that the 2017 Black Friday sales to mark the point when 4K televisions become affordable for the majority of walks of life. Some generic manufacturer’s 4K TV sets are anticipated to be priced cheaper – and maybe less – than same-sized Full HD televisions. As people move to bigger sets, smaller displays are supposed to deliver exceptional value. DealNews claims that a number of popular brand 40-inch 4K TVs could cost as little as $200 to $250.
Should this year’s Black Friday is similar to the last year’s, then the consumer electronics retailer Best Buy will be the best for TV deals.
Television sets are among the popular Black Friday 2017 deals and doorbusters both online and in-stores but these items very hard to secure. Scoring TV on the doorbuster day in-stores nearly always require careful planning and a lot of thrusting and muscling.