Black Friday is just around the corner and if you have been aiming to buy a lot of stuff then this is a perfect time.
There are many stores that have already started promoting their Black Friday deals but there are many which will announce their Black Friday deals just now. There have been sales going around the globe as soon as Halloween was celebrated.
On the last Friday of November, stores will officially open up their gates for everybody as a last resort to avail the Black Friday deals and sales.
The stores which are planning to open as early as 5 am are Walmart, Best Buy, Old Navy, Dick’s Sporting Goods, JCPenney and Kohl’s whereas as Bed Bath & Beyond, Home Depot, Lowes, and Macy’s have announced that they will be open as early as 6 am.
Retailers – GameStop, HomeGoods, Target and Belk will be opening at 7 am. The opening time may vary according to location. Many stores are planning to keep the sales going throughout the weekend, which is just before Cyber Monday.
Last year’s Black Friday is considered to be the quietest in years, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. This year the stores are expecting enormous sales and revenues.
According to the National Retail Federation, it is expected that 64% of Americans will be shopping in stores for Black Friday compared to 51% in 2020.
The stores have announced to start the Black Friday deals earlier on their virtual apps and websites.
As inflation hits 31 years high along with the supply chain disruptions, the businesses need a boost this year to stand back on their feet. People have started to shop early this year compared to the previous years because of shrinking buying power after the coronavirus pandemic.
However, to their dismay, fewer deals are available which are on sale and even lesser items are put on sale compared to previous years when almost all the stores used to go on sale aiding the people in buying what they desire.