Black Friday 2019

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Black Friday 2019

Black Friday 2019 is a special day in the year. A day that is known for amazing offers and discounts at stores. Lines start forming at the door long before the stores open. The sales figures skyrocket. Not only do customers crowd in front of the door in lines, but also at the checkout. It is a day that is fantastic for both customers and stores.

When is Black Friday 2019?

The Friday after Thanksgiving is traditionally when Black Friday takes place. Thanksgiving is a national public holiday in America and takes place on the fourth Thursday of November. The date shifts every year just like the date for Black Friday. This year Black Friday will be on November 29, 2019. It's almost time for a day full of discounts and spectacular offers.

This, of course, only takes place on the one day. That's why it's always so busy in the shops, because everyone wants to take advantage of the extreme discounts on offer. Incidentally, the madness has spread online now that retailers are increasingly advertising Black Friday offers on their web stores. So you have plenty of options when the time comes. You can go to the stores to take advantage of the offers or you can easily order online to claim your discount. Black Friday seems to have spread like wildfire.

Origin of Black Friday

It seems as if the Black Friday madness continues to increase every year. This raises the question of how this day actually originated. There are no known facts about this but there are a number of theories which, incidentally, are very credible. For example, the theory that stores enjoy huge earnings in the run-up to Thanksgiving. The next day the profits were counted and the stores were able to enter figures into their accounts in black, indicating a profit.

This means that the profit balance is in the plus. Red numbers indicate a loss in this case. The profits on Black Friday are of course accompanied by huge discounts, because this day is known for that. It is even a day that is so popular that images of it are broadcast on TV. Black Friday is a day that didn't just happen naturally. It's stimulated by commerce, but that does not mean that consumers can't take advantage of it in their own way.

Extreme discounts and competitive offers during Black Friday

Over the years, Black Friday has catapulted itself into the ultimate Sale. A day that excels with discounts up to 80% and highly competitive offers. Consumers like to look forward to this day to capitalise on extra cheap offers. This sometimes leads to chaotic scenes when customers start falling over each other in front of the store. With Black Friday in sight, it's best to postpone small and large purchases. Consumers who buy well in advance in the lead-up to this day pay far more.