Black Friday is the Friday before the American Thanksgiving Monday. While our Thanksgiving in Canada is in October, the American thanksgiving follows the last Monday of November. So BlackFriday always falls on the last Friday of November every year.
Black Friday this year will occur on November 25, 2021, for the biggest sale online of the year. It’s generally a better bargain finder than on Cyber Monday ( First Monday in December)
For us Canadians, Black Friday marks the beginning of the holiday shopping season. However, it would be wrong to call it a day. That’s because, for many big retailers like Amazon, Best Buy, and Walmart, the savings have already begun weeks before the official date arrives.
We think Black Friday 2021 will be unprecedented in terms of savings. We’ll seek daily, if not hourly, discounts during the coming weeks and share them with you. We’ll find price cuts in the spirit of Black Friday, as well as information on when things start to heat up
WHAT WE KNOW ABOUT BLACK FRIDAY 2022
We’re expecting significant discounts on big-ticket kitchen goods, home products, and well-known brands across various categories during Black Friday. Here are some key sales events to watch, but there are many savings to be found right now.
What will be on sale on Black Friday
Electronics are always one of the biggest markdowns before Christmas. So if you are looking for a New Game Counsel, Latest Alexa Version, kindle, Tablet, Chromebook for Christmas, Black Friday is your holiday to be on the lookout for those deals.
Instore in Canada?
Generally, we in Canada don’t line up outside like our Southern American neighbours. Still, many of our box stores have been starting in-store and online deals, and it’s becoming more popular since the Internet age.