Black Friday

Black Friday

Date:       Friday after Thanksgiving
                 (November 23th, 2018)

Black Friday is the start to the holiday shopping season, where merchants offer their best and strongest discounts, rebates, promotions and offers in retail stores, department stores and large chain supermarkets appliances. The day after Thanksgiving in the US, it’s celebrated only on the last Friday of November. It has routinely been the busiest commercial day of the year; consumers are in lines from the night before to try to get the annual offers in this day. Recently it has been celebrated Cyber Monday (Cyber Monday), where most brands offer discounts on purchases are similar to those offered online in Black Friday.   

Our advice:

When you buy online do not forget the coupon registration, often you will see a box to enter a discount code or promotion, these are little used and may be an unexpected source of savings, you will find from free shipping or delivery immediate no extra charge, to additional savings, up to 25%.

In local New York newspapers bring local advertising for the Black Friday deals and coupons you can use to greater savings. If you want to buy online, you'll want to see the deals offered by different stores. The best way is to go directly to the website of the store in the days before, to read what discounts apply during Black Friday. You can also find the time and location of the nearest store.

Macy's Opens at 3:00 am or 4:00 am, there will be lines but it has very good deals, so its worth it!

Toys "R" Us in Times Square has Toys, toys and more toys.

Abercrombie & Fitch will have long lines.

The products are selling fast, so it would be better to set the alarm and arrive early, get the best deals and find clothing that fits you the way you want.