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What is Black Friday? It is said that the term was born to describe the heavy traffic that originated after Thanksgiving, when Americans from all parts of the country returned home after having spent the holidays with family members. That was a determining day in which the accounting of businesses went from "red numbers" to "black numbers", although this statement cannot be entirely true if we take into account that this "party" has existed since 2004 and Christmas always had higher sales figures.
When is Black Friday 2020? Black Friday 2020 is celebrated on November 27. It was born as a tradition of North American origin that is celebrated just after "Thanksgiving Day".
How was Black Friday born? The origin of this day, which is found in physical retail, is today very popular in electronic commerce. "Black Friday" marks the beginning of Christmas shopping. With the Christmas holidays so close, Black Friday is an opportunity to buy gifts (or whims for yourself) at low prices with offers and discounts that last from a few hours to several days. On this page, on the day of the event, you will find products from all our outstanding categories such as Electronics, Computers, Home, Kitchen, Clothing, Sports, Videogames, DIY, Baby, Toys, Office and Stationery, Books, Music, Food, Beauty and many more.