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Black Friday Consumer Guide


Mark your calendars: Black Friday will be hitting us this year on Friday 24th November.

The shopping extravaganza that started in the US has made its way across the pond to the UK since 2013. Black Friday has attracted very polarising opinions – some see it as a great opportunity to snap up some bargains for Christmas, and others see it as a mad rush of crazed shoppers.



Due to health and safety concerns and bad press, the major retailers are now much more likely to offer the best deals online. Some have stopped Black Friday entirely in their physical stores. Black Friday has now evolved to become more of an internet sensation, allowing you to shop from the comfort of your own home!


There will certainly be some amazing deals available this year, but it’s always worth planning things out to ensure that you’re always getting the best value for money and that you’re spending responsibly.


Here’s some useful tips: