Best buy; other retail partners have begun the Black Friday launch

Best Buy is among the marketers who do not expect the Thanksgiving Day to sell Black Friday.

The chain-based electronics company Richfield launched Wednesday’s announcement of its black Friday and made many deals right down to Saturday. Promotional awards will be shown on the network at Thanksgiving Day and at stores opening at 17:00. on vacation.

Best Buy has offered more than a dozen Black Friday jobs earlier this year, but this year also contributed to the quick access to hundreds of black Friday promotions from iPad Mini to 4K TV and Beats Studio 2 Wireless Headphones. The company said some of the items on the set were limited and no rain would be checked.

It is not the only retailer that is leaping in Christmas sales

Target, headquartered in Minneapolis, offered Monday a one-day sale that was surrendered on a black Friday. Jesus Christ Penney said he would begin his online sale of Black Friday the day before his Thanksgiving. Meanwhile, Amazon.com opened its contract with Black Friday on November 1.

And while Walmart will not offer its Black Friday special benefits until the Thanksgiving Day, the first thing on the Internet the first morning and on the 6th M. in stores: it offered other Christmas promotions in selected products from Thursday to Sunday.

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Retail analysts refer to this phenomenon as a shadow of black Friday, where sales are usually limited to the day after the commencement of Thanksgiving during the month. Blurring occurs when traders have attracted the attention of consumers earlier, hoping to earn more sales during the key season of the year.

The PwC analysis has shown that although Black Friday is still the most important day of buying this week for vacation, the number of people who bought this day fell by 16 percent compared to the previous year and 24 percent since 2015.

“It’s still growing,” said Dawn Eber, partner at PwC. “The day is not just one day, but we also see that customers sell their purchases during the holiday season.”