2015-11-23 09:00:38

Sales Calendar Update: Black Friday sales are already here!

As we mentioned earlier, November is the busiest shopping month of the year. And it’s no surprise, as this is when shoppers all over the world start their hunt for presents, while retailers launch Winter Holiday sales in late November. Traditionally the shopping fever starts on Black Friday.

Black Friday is the Friday right after Thanksgiving Day in the United States (the fourth Thursday in November). Since the early 2000s, it has been considered to represent the beginning of the Christmas shopping season not only in the USA, but also in many other countries around the world.

Even though traditionally Black Friday is known for huge in-store sales, massive general-interest sites, such as, host special Black Friday events throughout the weekend. Much like Christmas itself, Black Friday is now a season in itself, so many online stores announce Black Friday offerings in the middle of November. That’s why if you shop exclusively on Black Friday, you’ll probably miss a lot of the best deals.

So our first tip for you is to look for Black Friday deals and start shopping in advance. Visit or to be up to date on the deals offered by online stores.

Another tip we have for you is to set up a price-drop alert if you are looking for a specific item. Black Friday can be stressful. With deals popping up throughout the day, you might feel like you have to constantly keep your eyes on the computer monitor. To avoid 24 hours of staring at a pixelated screen we recommend setting up a price-drop alert on sites such as or This will help you receive notifications when your favorite deals are posted, which can save you a ton of time.

For more good deals and gift ideas visit our Twitter page ( or our Facebook page ( And don’t forget to order your delivery at Enjoy your shopping!
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