It’s incredible to think just how far both Black Friday and Cyber Monday have come in such a short space of time. The former was an American tradition, coming the day after Thanksgiving Day, whereas the latter – which takes place the following Monday – wasn’t even coined as a term until 2005. Today, they’re the two biggest days of the UK shopping calendar, far outstripping the more traditional Boxing Day.
But it’s one thing to mark both 25th November (Black Friday) and 28th November (Cyber Monday) in your diary, and quite another thing to actually head to the high street or online and get the best deals. After all, with UK shoppers spending an astounding £3.3 billion from Black Friday to Cyber Monday last year according to City A.M., you can expect plenty of other eagle-eyed punters to join you over the equivalent four days in 2016.
It’s why we have put together a comprehensive Black Friday eBook designed to enable you to get the very most out of your Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping this year, visit our Black Friday page and avoid the potential pitfalls.
You see, effective Black Friday and Cyber Monday bargain-hunting goes far beyond simply comparing a few prices or grabbing anything with a ‘50% off’ label. The truth is that there’s a real art to landing the products that you truly need or want, at prices that represent a genuine saving on what you would normally expect to pay. Yes, you’ll see a lot of alluring cut-price deals over the Black Friday and Cyber Monday weekend, but it can also be very easy to overspend.
So, it should go without saying that you will need to be suitably equipped with all of the knowledge necessary to make your Black Friday and Cyber Monday a success.
Download our eBook now to really save big, and in all of the right ways, over the four most amazing days of the retail year.