When is Black Friday 2016 ?

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  • Black Friday 2017 is on Friday, the 24th of November, 2017
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Black Friday is always the day after Thanksgiving. In 2016, Black Friday will be on Friday 25th November 2016 . On this day, most major retailers open extremely early, often at midnight or earlier.black-friday

If you want to make the most of this year’s sales bonanza, you better get your elbows ready. Or, if you plan to shop in a more civilised manner, charge your laptop, get the kettle on and snap up some bargains from your sofa.

Black Friday is now the biggest shopping day of the year in the UK. It always falls the day after Thanksgiving in the US, (we inherited it from our friends across the pond back in 2013) and this year it’s expected to be more bonkers than ever.

When do the deals start?

For most retailers Black Friday isn’t a one-day event – well not anymore anyway. Many merchants are starting their discounts days or even weeks ahead of the big day. So, keep your eyes peeled from this weekend.

Amazon has gone in head first this year and launched deals on Monday, November 14, vowing to end them at 23:59 on Friday November 25 – and not a minute later. Check out its deals here.

Meanwhile, Morrisons has also launched their deals early, tempting customers with knockdown alcohol in the run-up to Christmas. Think £10 kegs of beer, to half-price magnums of wine and party favourite prosecco.

Online auction site eBay is also on board, launching a week early too. Senior Director of Trading at eBay UK, Murray Lambell, said: “Consumers are now looking for much more than tech deals. That’s why we are championing sellers from fashion and home and garden, as well as tech, so shoppers can enjoy unbeatable variety and choice.”

Argos will go live with  deals tomorrow, with the high street giant offering deals across all sorts of products. Get those little blue pencils at the ready! In the world of travel, Thomson, Thomson Cruises and First Choice will launch their Black Friday offers on November 23, both online and in-store.

What deals can we expect in 2016?

Expect the usual big discounts on technology and electrical products especially. A general rule of thumb is that if there’s a new model coming out, expect older models to be going cheap as retailers try to shift them.

Games consoles: You will probably be able to snaffle good deals on PS4 and Xbox One, as well as other consoles, as both have new models coming out. Sometimes retailers offer deals with a game or two thrown in.

Smartphones: Smartphones were hugely popular last year, with millions of them sold at discount prices over the Black Friday period. There were also lots of very good contract deals on offer. This year, we reckon you’ll probably be able to get deals on iPhone 6 and 7 handsets.

Electricals: Coffee machines and Nutribullets were popular items last year, so if you’re after the latest kitchen gadget, keep an eye out.

TVs: Currys is well known for its Black Friday TV discounts – it usually has a huge range of models on offer. Argos and big supermarket chains like Tesco are also known for shifting lots of sets. Expect deals on Chromecasts too.

Gadgets and toys: Want a discounted GoPro, Fitbit or Kindle? You could be in luck this year. Also keep an eye on outdoor toys that retailers couldn’t shift back in the summer. Think children’s play equipment, drones, trampolines and maybe outdoor furniture.

Clothes: Black Friday is mostly known for discounting gadgets and tech, but some fashion retailers get in on the act, lowering prices on items that haven’t shifted. Experts think this is an area to watch this year.

 

 

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