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Get Ready Canada for Black Friday 2020!

What started as a hack for savvy shoppers to snag deals and for retailers to clear their stock for the holiday shopping season has blossomed into a fully-fledged shopping holiday. It’s the most wonderful time of the year to grab your high-tech gifts so this year, you can be the cool parent. Mark your calendars for November 27th and the 30th to kick-off the Christmas shopping season. Here are some shopping tips to get you started.

How can I save more money on Black Friday?

Always plan ahead:

  • Make your Christmas list of everyone you think you’ll be buying for.
  • Write down some ideas of what you think would make great gifts for them.
  • Budget for how much you’re willing to spend on each person or item.
  • Shop around and compare prices so you know you’re not spending more than you need to.
  • Stick to your budget!

How can I avoid Black Friday scams?

The best way to avoid scams is to avoid impulse-shopping. If you see a deal you like, shop around other sites to see if you can get them for a cheaper price then track its historical price on a site like camelcamelcamel.com to see if you really are getting a bang for your buck.

The Best Early Deals

Black Friday Deals

Deals in Tech and Entertainment

Deals in Beauty & Personal Care

Deals in Kitchen & Appliances

Deals in Health & Fitness

Deals in Kitchen Appliances

Cyber Monday Deals

  • This Cyber Monday’s deals features a number of pick-me-ups as plenty of coffee makers have seen significant chunks of their prices shaved off. Perfect for working from home!

Deals in Beauty & Self-Care

These deals will make sure that you can keep your skin soft and supple for an affordable price.

Deals in Electronics

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Home

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Everything you need to know

When is this Black Friday?

November 27

When is this Cyber Monday?

November 30

What is Black Friday and Cyber Monday?

Black Friday and Cyber Monday are international sales-events where retailers cut their prices and put their fall stock on clearance to prepare for the winter shopping season. since it was conceived in the old days before the internet, Black Friday used to refer primarily to brick-and-mortar sales. But as online shopping became more popular, companies introduced Cyber Monday to achieve the same result: more sales.

Super Saturday vs. Black Friday: Which one is best?

Super Saturday (December 19) tends to be one-day events and flash sales that are more targeted to last-minute buyers so the cuts you might get better sale prices, but the bigger-ticket items may be sold out. Black Friday, on the other hand, could be useful for people who like to prepare in advance for their end-of-year shopping. In 2019, Super Saturday sales beat Black Friday by 10% and became the biggest single day in the United States retail history, according to Customer Growth Partners.

As suggested by many retail experts, Super Saturday could be a better opportunity for deals if you’re willing to take the risk of not finding what you were looking for, or just don’t have a specific product in mind. For big retailers, this is their last chance in the year to sell as much as they can, so they often invest in more aggressive promotions right before or after Christmas.

Boxing Day vs. Black Friday: Which one is best?

Boxing Day is an excellent time to sweep some home and Christmas decorations for next year, as their prices tend to go rock-bottom immediately and get cleared out pretty soon after the holidays, so if you’re looking for some additional Christmas decorations boxing day’s definitely the time to grab ’em!

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Rhea Henry

Rhea Henry is a writer and reviewer for Rank-It.ca. She’s written for a variety of projects ranging from how you can save on your bills each month to what to look for in your next kitchen appliance. She writes, sings, dances, plays guitar, paints and hates sitting still.
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