Walmart to offer Black Friday deals on Thanksgiving
Nov 13 2017 by Joanne Wise
About 70% of consumers in the US will shop Black Friday and/or Cyber Monday, When looked at as individual shopping days, Cyber Monday has a slight lead, as 71% of consumers responding to the survey said they intend to shop Cyber Monday, versus 69% who said they intend to shop Black Friday.
Whilst several years ago Black Friday was a day where hordes of shoppers descended upon stores across the country, more and more shoppers are now turning to the web to find the best deals.
It was reported that over £2 billion was spent on Black Friday 2016, and Amazon UK were keen to profit from the annual pre-Christmas event by offering 12 days of deals for many in-demand products.
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Walmart's Black Friday sale begins at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving in stores, and it will run all day online. That's a substantial increase over past year. The Black Friday sale only has the wording "Up to 75% off". There is an early Black Friday sales event starting this week on November 16 that has everything on sale for 50% off, no exclusions according to the leaked ad. Whether you're a fan of that category yourself or you've got a few of those on your holiday shopping list, and this year's deals are sure to prompt a lot of savings and a ton of eyebrow raises.
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