Electronics once again takes Walmart, Target, Best Buy Black Friday 2016 center stage.
The month before Christmas brings a slew of an abundance of holiday sales: Thanksgiving sales or Gray Thursday, Black Friday 2016 and the Cyber Monday, as well as Super Saturday. The Super Saturday — also known as Panic Saturday — is the last Saturday before Christmas, a major day of revenue for American retailers, marking the end of the shopping season they and many consumers believe begins on Black Friday. The Super Saturday targets last-minute shoppers. Usually the day is jaunted with one-day sales in an effort to increase more revenue than any other day in the Christmas and holiday season.
But we’ll be talking about the Black Friday, the beginning of what this deal-driven month will turn out. Here are the categories from which American consumers should be purchasing over the next few weeks to get out of the most for their hard-earned money.
Of all the items that will be on sale in Black Friday, just like in the recent years, the consumer electronics products take the spotlight. Retailers and other sellers stuff the pages of their Black Friday ads with a reduction in price on computing tablets, gaming consoles, smartwatches, smartphones, laptops, as well as home appliances and more.
Shoppers should be patient and wait until the 2016 Black Friday, Nov. 25, to purchase an electronics. Some of the U.S. major retailers will commence their Black Friday deals a day earlier, on Thanksgiving Day. If are not in the market to get a deal in-store with the crowds, many chains will also give their customers a chance to do their Thanksgiving and Black Friday shopping online and in-app.
Aside from spring cleaning season, the Black Friday month is also a solid opportunity to acquire a new vacuum cleaner to your home. In 2015, the bog box retail giant Walmart had a Dyson DC33 bagless upright vacuum on big discount at $197 (regularly $269) as part of its Black Friday sales. Dyson, too, had a Thanksgiving weekend sale on its online store, with prices of select models slashed down by hundreds of dollars.
This year, Black Friday falls on November 25, and Cyber Monday will be on 28th. If you’re planning a major purchase such as a fridge or high-end desktop computers, hold off until the end of the month. Major retailers in the United States like Best Buy, Target and Walmart usually release Black Friday ads in second week before Black Friday to announce their upcoming deals and doorbusters.
In the previous year, the leading consumer electronics chain Best Buy offered a 49-inch Toshiba 1080p HDTV for only $149.99. Amongst other deals, Bull’s Eye took 25% discount on all Beats wireless headphones and gave a 15% off coupons for its entire inventory on Cyber Monday.
The Cetureon have collated everything you need to know about the biggest holiday shopping season of the year, as well as ultimate guide, in our Black Friday 2016 hub. Be sure to check back regularly for news and announcements about the best Black Friday 2016 deals from your favorite discount retailers like Walmart.