Consumers will have opportunities to make their purchases at lower prices, during periods or days with discounts, until the end of 2019.
It is reminded that the first ten days of November are the intermediate discount period for the stores, which means that those consumers who wish can make their purchases at a discount.
Black Friday, or Black Friday, is usually set for the fourth Friday in November, but always follows Thanksgiving (28/11). So, this year Black Friday will "fall" on November 29, 2019.
How "Black Friday" came about
It started as a habit in the USA and due to its success, it became an institution adopted by other countries.
In the early 60s the spreadsheets and receipts were of course handwritten and the shops had two colors of ink to record the data.
The days with a negative sales balance were written in red and the days with a positive report were written in black.
The last Friday of November was established as the first day of sales of the Christmas season, with significantly increased turnovers, hence the name Black Friday.
In recent years the institution has spread to many European countries, including England, Germany, France, Denmark, Italy, Spain, Austria, Finland, Poland and every year more and more retailers participate.
After Black Friday, Cyber Monday
Of course, we must not forget that three days after Black Friday, comes Cyber Monday, another opportunity for cheap shopping, which concerns shopping done exclusively online.
This year Cyber Monday falls on Monday, December 2, 2019.