Black Friday 2018 sales, the most awaited single-day holiday sales season of the year, is coming to town. For savvy deals hunting shoppers, it means one thing: the hottest deals of the year are just around the corner.
From the big-screen 4K UHD TV sets to hottest gaming consoles and new flagship smartphones, the forthcoming weeks are expected to be the hectic schedule for retail companies and shoppers alike.
So we’re here to give you the rundown on what to expect on Black Friday 2018. From the retailers offerings to the worthy deals, we’ve got you covered for Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales. That’s why we are here to share our knowledge and practical advises directly to consumers like you, so that you can invest only on what you need and save your hard-earned dollars in the process. Here’s all you need to know about the upcoming Black Friday 2018.
When is Black Friday 2018?
Black Friday is always observed on the very first Friday following Thanksgiving. In 2018, it will take place on Friday, November 23. The Black Friday term incepted from retail companies that would audit net losses in red and black ink for profits. The day after Thanksgiving Day was a monumental holiday shopping day for stores — thanks to frenzied shoppers searching for heavily-discounted goods — so many merchants would record a skyrocketing profits. And that;s how the Black Friday came into reality.
When do Black Friday sales begin?
Traditionally, the Black Friday used to be a 24-hour sales event, but for the past several years or so retailers have begun launching their sales earlier and earlier in the holiday season. This masterminded prodigy is known as the Black Friday creep. So, expect Black Friday sales to start in the first week of November, with deals rolling out as early as Halloween. Meanwhile, the first Black Friday ads will likely surface online before the All Saints Day. Retailers usually releasing Black Friday ads previews by teasing upcoming holidays deals to create hype.
What’s new for Black Friday 2018?
Black Friday used to be about deep discounts or cheap bargains. To date, there are breathtaking deals on everything from the latest smartphones and 4K TVs to Apple’s latest iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and MacBooks. Last year, for instance, Walmart was throwing out a $300 gift card with the purchase of an iPhone X with either AT&T or Verizon.