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Black Friday 2020: Things you need to know before you shop

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Black Friday 2020

Black Friday is approaching, which is on 27 November. This time, Black Friday shopping will be quite different due to Coronavirus Pandemic. You can’t go with Doorbuster deals. Some stores might be closed on this Thanksgiving day.

Black Friday 2020

Retailers such as Best BuyHome Depot, and Walmart are planning to put some of their best sales online for Black Friday. This time, due to the spread of Coronavirus, People are avoiding visiting the stores. So, the retailers decided to bring the sale where the customers are i.e Online. Enjoy shopping by sitting on your couch.

Here are the things that you need to know this Black Friday:

Avoid In-Store Shopping Experience

Keeping in mind, for social distancing, Several Retailers have made big changes to protect customers who choose to shop in-store.

After all who will like to stand in big queues waiting for their turn to shop instead of shopping while relaxing in the cozy couches without waiting in long queues. Isn’t it?

Why one should take risk of getting an infection during pandemic times. when one can do it while staying safe at their respective homes. So all retailers are all set to amuse their online shoppers by offering them never seen before exclusive deals.

So what are you waiting for, Get ready for the exclusive deals? But before proceeding further, you must be aware of the fraudulent things which may dupe innocent customers during the festive sales. So beware of that.

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Black Friday 2020: Everything You Need To Know

Our full analysis is below — but if you clicked here to find stuff on sale, look no further:

  • Apple AirPods with wired charging case — $99 (save $60)
  • 11-in-1 Instant Pot Duo Crisp (6-quart) — $79 (save $50)
  • Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 (40mm, Pink Gold) — $179.99 (save $70)

“All of November is Black Friday now”.

Ever since it was announced that Prime Day would take up two days in mid-October instead of mid-July, retailers have pretty much said “all of November is Black Friday now”.

Is Black Friday canceled?

There is no denying in saying that 2020 has been a different year and it brought many unexpected experiences for all. Either it is about Global Pandemic or sales. People have found new ways to celebrate festivals and marriages. Their payment and shopping styles have been changing daily.

Digitization is definitely taking over many things. So some people were flooding the internet with questions like – Is Black Friday canceled or not? Then the good news here is that – No, It is still on. In fact, this year will bring many new deals which have not seen before in any sales. It will go for a longer period of time.

Top Tips For Black Friday 2020

#1 Be sure to sign up

It’s very easy to perform, as most of the popular brands allow you to sign up directly on their websites. When you will start getting the emails delivered to your inbox, you’ll get to know about the upcoming sales and receive money-saving coupons and promo codes.

#2 Start early

You must have heard before that Start early so that it ends up on time, Right?

The same goes with it as well. In fact, famous consumer analyst Michael Bonebright claimed about Black Friday 2020 that –

Shoppers who do all their purchasing before Black Friday are more likely to find items in stock, and they have the best chance of getting their purchases shipped in a timely fashion.

That clearly indicates that if you are aware of the deals early and have moved items in your cart, then only it is possible that you may get items you want. Otherwise, you will end up with nothing but Out of Stock items left in your cart.

#3 Black Friday 2020 dates and ad scans

To keep the spirits high of shoppers, Various stores like Dell, Wallmart, Best Buy, Home Depot, Macy, etc are releasing Black Friday scans earlier if we compare it to the last year.

Walmart Event 1: 4 Nov 

  • 11-in-1 Instant Pot Duo Crisp (6-quart) — $79 (save $50)
  • 9-in-1 Instant Pot Viva (6-quart) — $49 (save $50)
  • iRobot Roomba 670 — $177 (save $67)
  • Anker Eufy 25C Robot Vacuum — $99 (save $50)
  • MSI GF65 Gaming Laptop (Intel Core i7, 512GB SSD) — $799 (save $180)
  • Yankee Candle (large jar) — $10 (save $6.88)
  • Roku Ultra LT 4K/HDR Streaming Media Player — $48 (save $31)
  • Acer 32-inch Curved 1920×1080 FreeSync Gaming Monitor — $155 (Special Buy only available on Nov. 4)
  •  65-inch 4K UHD LED Roku Smart TV HDR (100021261) — $288 (save $90)

Walmart Event 2: 11 Nov

  • Lenovo IdeaPad 3 (4GB RAM, 128GB SSD) — $149 (Special Buy only available on Nov. 11)
  • Shark IQ RV 1000 Robot Vacuum — $199 (save $100)
  • Tineco A10 Dash Cordless Stick Vacuum — $99 (save $50)
  • Lenovo Tab M8 HD Tablet — $59 (save $40)
  • HP 15.6-inch Laptop (AMD Ryzen 5, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD) — $379 (save $160)
  • JBL Flip Essential Bluetooth Speaker — $50 (Special Buy only available on Nov. 11)
  • Keurig K-Compact Coffee Maker — $35 (save $24) (starts Nov. 14)
  • Crosley Cruiser Turntable — $30 (save $14.96)

#4 Use browser extensions :

You can add some extensions to your browsers as well to enhance your shopping experience. Tools like CamelCamelCamel and Honey will let you use your web browser to check out the price histories and will notify any price drops as well.

Final Words :

This is all about Black Friday 2020. Nothing has come official. This information is all gathered here from various leaks.  I hope you would found it fruitful. If you still have any doubts, the comment section is all yours.

So What are you waiting for, Go and grab deals !!

Enjoy Shopping!!

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