Black Friday is a day which everyone has to prepare for. Collect your body armor, practice that strength training at the gym, oh, and make sure you’ve got the funds to hit the store and purchase whatever you need come Thanksgiving. But first, here’s everything you need to know about Black Friday 2017.
When is Black Friday 2017?
This is the most important question, as without this, you literally will not be able to participate, or you’ll be getting involved at the wrong time – embarrassing. Black Friday will take place on Friday, November 24, the day after Thanksgiving. Though it starts on that day, it doesn’t mean the deals won’t be revealed beforehand.
In the lead-up to Thanksgiving, keep your eye on retailers that are stocking that awesome 4K TV you want or that new Xbox One X console, as retailers often display what deals will be available on the big day.
What is Black Friday?
It all started back in the 1960s when a whole heap of pedestrians and vehicles caused a whole lot of delays and disruption to the city of Philadelphia. From there, it’s been used to describe what is essentially a man-made hurricane of cheap prices, awesome gear, and spending.
Black Friday has evolved in recent years, as people realize they don’t want to get trampled at stores, and prefer to stay at home, in their pyjamas and purchase stuff online while sipping a nice merlot.
What can I buy on Black Friday?
Practically anything that’s not illegal. Stores and online sites are known to hack their prices down as low as they can, on just about every item they have in stock. We’re a site that focuses on gaming, specifically shooters, so we’re mainly interested in everything you need to game – monitors, TVs, consoles, games, controllers, PC parts. We’ll be sure to let you know of any stellar deals going in the lead up to Black Friday as well as when Black Friday hits.
Where can I find Black Friday deals?
If you want to avoid the hustle and bustle of the shops, the best place to find Black Friday deals is online through a store’s online portal. One such site to use is Amazon, as they avoid the overhead of a storefront and shift those savings on to you.
In the event you want to go to a store and witness the fun, places like Walmart, Best Buy, Dell, Target - the list goes on - are places to keep an eye on. But, you can also check in here with us as the date draws closer, as we’ll keep you up to date on the latest and greatest deals. Seriously, we want this technology just as much as you, so you can bet your bottom dollar we’re going to find some cheap gear.