We're still eating our Halloween candy, but Amazon didn't waste any time moving on to Black Friday. So there's no need to wait for Thanksgiving to end to start doing your holiday shopping. Starting November 1, Amazon will consistently drop new deals leading up to the big day.
Bonus Pro Tip: Want to get a an even bigger discount on these early sales and Black Friday doorbusters? There have been tons of deals this month on discounted gift cards. For example, eBay recently ran a promotion. for a $100 Lowes gift card for $80.
Black Friday sales start earlier and earlier every year, right? If it's not 6 a.m., it's 5 a.m. Or midnight! Or more than two weeks in advance! That's right — a few retailers have already started some (very!) early Black Friday sales that you can take advantage of right now. As in, today. November 6.
Sales have already started at Tesco, Amazon, Boots, Currys PC World and Argos...but it might be worth waiting until Black Friday itself for the best offers
Black Friday might not officially begin until the end of the month, but the discount shopping celebration has already started at Amazon. Black Friday might not officially begin until the end of the month, but the discount shopping celebration has already started at Amazon.
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Stores are already starting to roll out early bird Black Friday deals and Amazon is no exception. In fact, Amazon is hosting a countdown to Black Friday and featuring some of the best steals online right now.
Forget waiting for Black Friday… Morrisons has already launched some cut-price deals 10 days early. The supermarket has kicked off the annual sale by giving cheap deals on magnums of Prosecco, wine and five-litre kegs of beer. Drinks are currently up for grabs for £10 a bottle (or keg) and include Budvar, Old Speckled Hen, Golden Hen.
Needless to say, not a single Black Friday sale actually begins on Black Friday… they all start on Thursday, November 23rd, which just so happens to be Thanksgiving Day. In other words, you’ll have plenty of online shopping to keep you busy while your family is busy squabbling on Turkey Day.
In last few years (starting from 2013 to be precise), Black Friday Sales have started way before Friday-with some stores starting their Black Friday sales on Thanksgiving day & some even starting on Wednesday and Monday.