The History Of Black Friday
Black Friday is as normal to us as breathing air. Every year, we gear up for finally getting through that shopping list of what we’ve wanted for the year with some wonderfully drastic price cuts. What’s not to like? All the major stores participate in this one, all out event, which falls onto the 26th of November in 2021.
The Rise Of Black Friday Buy Now, Pay Later Options
Black Friday is heading our way sooner than we expected, and if you still want to snag a deal on the 26th of November without the means - why not buy now, and pay later? The concept of ‘buy now, pay later’ isn’t uncommon - we use it everyday with credit cards, but these might not do the trick if we want to buy something like a big appliance this year. In the long run, we might be saving a few hundred dollars if we buy now at the reduced price.
Black Friday Vs CyberMonday - Which Is Better?
In 2021, Black Friday is falling on the 26th of November, and is also punctuated by a wave of pre-Black Friday sales up to weeks before the event. Cyber Monday, on the other hand, falls on the 29th of November. The biggest, undeniable difference is that whilst a majority of us still does our Black Friday shopping in actual stores, Cyber Monday is a completely internet related affair. It began in 2005 when internet shopping was in its early stages, and retailers wanted to promote it through yet another shopping event.