It’s 2019 and every day is Black Friday. At least, it seems that way, judging by the discounts offered by retailers far ahead of the annual Black Friday shopping event, traditionally hosted in the US the day after Thanksgiving. (Its popularity has started to expand overseas as well.) This year, the calendar says Black Friday should take place on November 29. However, many big-box stores have already begun their deals and we haven’t even reached the week of Thanksgiving yet.
Perhaps the circular economy and putting purpose first is not just transforming Black Friday, but the shopping experience at large.
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An increasing number of stores are closing on Thanksgiving Day in response to backlash against the trend of starting Black Friday sales a day early.
According to the Consumer Technology Association, 116 million Americans—nearly half the adults in the U.S.—will buy tech or tech accessories on Black Friday or the following week. An economist for the group calls this "a record-breaker for tech."
With holiday sales expected to top $650 billion this year, personal-finance website, WalletHub, released its report of the best stores to shop for Black Friday savings.
It’s been quite a while since shoppers needed to wait until Black Friday to take advantage of “Black Friday” deals. For years now, retailers have rolled out huge early BF sales starting on the day after Halloween, or even earlier.