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When is Black Friday 2020 due to start? Black Friday is celebrated on the fourth Friday in November each year, with Cyber Monday the following Monday, where you will get another chance to bag a bargain.
Black Friday is another US tradition that us UK folk have embraced. It is now one of the biggest sale dates in our calendars, with savvy shoppers saving their hard-earned cash all year, in the hope of finding some amazing deals.
Black Friday 2020
Bargain Hunters looking for cut-price Christmas gifts should really take advantage of the biggest shopping day of the year...
What is Black Friday?
Black Friday is the biggest shopping sale day in the world, with deals that used to be mainly centred around tech, but since it has taken hold in the UK, we are now seeing savings across multiple different categories and retailers - with Amazon being the most popular.
During the Black Friday event, retail prices (are supposed to) heavily decrease for 24 hours, although recently, it has turned into a two-week shopping event.
Each year, more retailers start their Black Friday sales earlier, as they try competing against each other, in the hope of being the first to get people splashing their cash in the run-up to Christmas
What is this Year's Black Friday Date?
Friday, 27th November 2020
Previous Year's Black Friday Dates
Friday, 29th November 2019
Friday, 23rd November 2018
Friday, 24th November 2017
Friday, 25th November 2016
Black Friday Sale Tips
Tip 1 - Plan Ahead
Planning and keeping a list of what you need to buy is the cornerstone of all Black Friday shopping tips. If you spend money on something you didn't need or won’t use, regardless of how cheap the item was, it’s wasted cash.
Tip 2 - Be in the Know
The very best way to be on top of your deal-finding game is to keep yourself in the loop! So bookmark this page and be the first to know when Black Friday is due to start. We also frequently post deals and sales information on our social media, so follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram so you can keep informed.
Tip 3 - Be aware of your Payday
As Black Friday is usually a week before the end of the month, a lot of people can't afford to purchase any deals. Remember to save some cash from Octobers wages if you get paid monthly and are likely to splash out during the event.
Tip 4 - Shop Savvy
Just because it's Black Friday, don't assume you will be getting the best deal. I have been monitoring these events for many years and I don't wait until the black Friday event. In fact, every year eBay offers a generous 20% off voucher code around mid-October which has always enabled me to purchase my larger tech deals for less than any black Friday deals I have seen. Plus you have the added bonus of items actually being in stock!
Tip 5 - Look for Extra Savings