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Black Friday 2019: date, best online deals early predictions list

Black Friday 2019: date, best online deals early predictions list

Black Friday Deals Online 2019



Black Friday 2019 deals online (www.socialinfo.xyz)
Black Friday 2019 deals online



Date: Black Friday 2019 deals start on November 29, meaning it’s creeping up on all of us. US retailers like Amazon and Walmart are undoubtedly already planning for Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals now that summer is over.

Despite the particularly late date, Black Friday deals aren’t likely to wait until November 29. Sales event is hardly now a day-long affair anymore. In recent years, we’ve seen Black Friday spread into Thanksgiving, the whole preceding week, and eventually the whole month of November. So, we have every reason to expect that Black Friday 2019 sales will start well before November 29.

If you want to get the best Black Friday deals, it’s worth thinking about what you’re trying to buy even sooner than November. The main thing you’ll want to avoid is buying a tech product too early when it could get a major discount for Black Friday or Cyber Monday. Amazon just launched a bunch of new devices, but why not wait two months for a big price drop?

Early planning for Black Friday can also help you watch prices to make sure the deal you see on an item is actually a special discount. We’ve seen Black Friday deals that didn’t match the discounts we’d see outside of the sales period, and there would be no easy way of knowing the deal wasn’t exceptional without tracking the products’ prices.

Fortunately, you should be able to expect incredible Black Friday deals as more companies take advantage of the booming sales period. Last year, Black Friday was a big success - a large growth from 2017 in the US. That translated to $3.7 billion on Thanksgiving alone - that was smashed by the $6.2 billion spent on Black Friday, according to Adobe Analytics via Business Wire. Saturday and Sunday saw another $6.4 billion come in… and that’s just what was spent online.

So what about this year? Well, we're predicting the main Black Friday sales we'll be seeing in 2019 will be around Black Friday PS4 deals as the PS5 is imminent - there will be some top Nintendo Switch Black Friday offers as the Switch Lite is now here, and - of course - strong discounts on the Apple Watch too, especially for the 'fast going out of stock' Apple Watch 4.

In terms of retailers, as usual we're thinking that Walmart's Black Friday deals will rival those Black Friday Best Buy offers, with Amazon taking up a lesser role as it focuses on Prime Day 2020 already - the latter retailer boasted this year that its July sales actually eclipsed those from Black Friday last year, so there's a good chance. Black Friday sales in Amazon won't be as bold in 2019.


What is Black Friday?


After Thanks giving day the 1st  Friday is called as Black Friday.
When retailers begin the holiday shopping season. It is based around the aforementioned door busters, discounts so impressive that bargain-crazed customers will try to break the doors down before the shop opens - although that’s more of a virtual craze these days.

The actual date shifts every year, by the day of the week stays the same: it's always the Friday after Thanksgiving, and this year it's later in the month of November.


 When is Black Friday 2019? 


 November 29, 2019 is the Black Friday date. It's closer to Christmas (less than a month before Christmas Day), and that gives you less time to shop online.

That may not seem like a big deal today, but you'll have to factor in waiting on the best deals, pouncing on the lowest price, and factoring shipping wait times.

As we've highlighted, Black Friday weekend isn't just a four-day affair, and deals don't necessarily follow the normal pattern of prime products to be unleashed - you can see new TV deals in the small hours of the morning or a brilliant wearable price slash just after the Thanksgiving turkey is prepped, so shoppers need to be more flexible than ever.


The origin of Black Friday: 

history lesson


Let’s take a Black Friday history lesson: the first known mention of Black Friday related to this shopping experience was in November 1951, when the journal Factory Management and Maintenance used it to describe people calling in sick the day after Thanksgiving so they could have an extra day off work.

At the same time.
  Police of US were using the phrases “Black Friday” and “Black Saturday” to describe the horrendous traffic that occurred at the beginning of the pre-Christmas shopping season.
In 1961.
 To change the shopping season to “Big Friday” and “Big Saturday” there was a movement from the local government but it clearly never caught on.


Black Friday ads: when will 

we see them?

Best Buy, Walmart, Amazon and Target have a habit of stretching the saving across multiple days preceding the classic four-day window, posting Black Friday ad leaks in October and early November.

When we say we will be monitoring the Black Friday ads hard this year, and giving you all the information as they drop so trust us.

The first signs of price drops come from these ad leaks, usually through major US newspaper print outs. Giving you a heads-up on what to buy, how much to spend and where to shop. Black Friday ads scans make their way online in time.

Black Friday is more than just a 1 day sales frenzy, or even an extended weekend tradition. It's a whole month of savings, if you know where to shop and when to hit that checkout button. If you’re savvy, it's the best time of the year to shop, and you can save a lot of money.

When will we see the first Black Friday ad leaks?


Black Friday is a unique holiday in that it's the only time retailers will intentionally "leak" PDFs of their Black Friday sales. The point is to create hype among consumers. Black Friday earliest ads usually hit the internet around Halloween. However, buyer beware. Sometimes, the leaks are false and the prices or items listed never actually arrive. Our advice: Take those early Black Friday ad leaks with a grain of salt. If the leak can't be confirmed, then don't bother with it.


Black Friday 2019: deals 

predictions

Black Friday deals online 2019 (www.socialinfo.xyz)
Black Friday deals online 2019


Here are some Black Friday predictions that
we fee are safe bets:

Here at Socialinfo we spent hours and hours sifting through the best deals on every major retailer - and last year we saw some really big trends emerge, which should influence this year’s discounts.

Headphones were among the big winners, 
with Apple’s AirPods desperately sought after throughout the US. Even though most stores only discounted them by $5, it was one of the top-selling gadgets on Black Friday.

Mobile carriers were offering hundreds of dollars off on flagship smartphones like the iPhone XR, XS, and XS Max when customers traded in an old phone and started new lines 
of service. Samsung’s Galaxy S9 also got some straight discounts, especially when it came to unlocked models.

Nintendo Switch bundles once again outshone PS4, PS4 Pro, Xbox One and Xbox One X deals, and in the laptop world one of our favorite laptops, Over $400 the Dell XPS 13, was reduced, which was an incredible knock-down.

Amazon makes life difficult on Black Friday by discounting pretty much everything. But, like Prime Day this year, the biggest price cuts come from its own products: Fire tablets, Kindle e-readers and its Echo devices last year, as we well the Ring series of tech that it bought. With Amazon having bought Eero, expect the mesh routers to be discounted, too.

(They certainly got a big boost this year, 
with six times as many Eero devices sold 
as the previous year for Prime Day 2019
and we can expect the same for 
Black Friday too).
We’re not expecting the Black Friday
bandwagon to slow down in any way this 
year, with retailers extending their deals 
even further than before to entice the 
buying public.
In 2018 we saw a couple of brands 
promise to
 ‘future price match’, meaning consumers
could buy something now and know that 
if it got dropped in later wars to offer the 
cheapest tag, they could reclaim the 
difference.However, despite all this 
we’re still 
expecting that the best deal will be found 
surrounding Black Friday - as ever, 
our advice 
is to know your budget going in, set a 
maximum price you’re willing to pay 
(having done the research to know 
what 
sort of prices your desired tech has 
been 
at throughout the year) and stick to it.
Not to be too self-promoting (OK, a 
little bit, 
but we really put the effort in here…) but 
Socialinfo's Black Friday deals pages are 
really worth keeping an eye on if you’re 
looking for the very best deals in tech. 
(Bookmark this page and it’ll be populated 
with all the best Black Friday deals come 
November - you won’t even need to search 
it out!)

Black Friday beat deals 2019: 

Where to find ?

As mentioned, you’ll find the best options if 
you bookmark this page right now - there will 
be deals from the beginning of November, 
and we’ll be bringing you the best 
of them, those that we think are worth 
checking out, the second that we see them 
flash up.

When is Cyber Monday 2019?

With Black Friday falling later in the month 
of November than the last couple of years, 
Cyber Monday finds itself well and truly in 
the Christmas (oops, we said it) countdown 
on December 2nd.
Traditionally tailored for transitioning 
the deals from in store to online, 
its goes without saying at this point 
the Black Friday/Cyber Monday 
extravaganza 
is a bit of a free-for-all with deals 
appearing 
both on the high street and on the 
world 
wide web.

That said, this is your last ditch attempt to 
bag a good bargain, with lightening 
Black Friday deals sure to make a 
reappearance and a couple of new gems 
to be discovered. Much like Black Friday, 
you can expect Cyber Monday 2019
 to stretch 
far beyond what its name would 
suggest with 
prices dropping throughout the week and 
maybe even into a second.

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