There’s a saying that goes, “the early bird gets the worm” and because of that every year in November we see Shoppers camp outside of stores, eagerly awaiting the chance to bust down some doors and get the deal.
This year it will be different because November’s lock-down will shut 363,000 shops, according to the ONS and that's of course the pandemic going on all over the world.
Most of us wait for this day each and every year,our heads filled with the promise of scoring the very best price on a new TV, smart speaker, printer, or high-tech gadget.
So how do we get the deal we want in 2020
First of all we don't want the same previous Black Friday crowds gathering where social distancing could be a problem, so in the safety of your own home you will get the offers you want.
This year, Black Friday falls on November 27, and there are a lot of deals masquerading as fantastic bargains are not as good as they look—and you don't want to let all the marketing hype fool you, so here are some tips that will help you this year.
Be early, Be prepared
There’s no point rushing to grab something if it’s no good, no matter how much of a bargain it is.
So make a list of the must buy items you need first, the the items you want
Set a budget
Stick to your budget and try to resist those impulse buys, it's so easy to get carried away through all of these offers and at the end you will find yourself spending a lot of what you thought you had.
Most probably you will find your chosen items in a lot of websites so compare all the prices to get the better offer.
Also its very important to be sure of what the return policies and warranties of your items are, especially when they are heavily discounted.
So it's better to check Cashback sites:
These sites pay you a percentage of what you spend, or a lump sum bonus, when you buy through their tracked links
Last but not least - social media
The Facebook pages, Instagram posts, and Twitter feeds of your favorite retailers are a great way to find out about exclusive deals and promotions
Also you can subscribe to a newsletter or mailing lists from your favorite brands to stay on top of deals as they’re announced. You might also get special “early bird” perks that black Friday stores solely supply to personage and newsletter members.
So here is our 2020 black Friday shopping tips, so jump right in and stay safe.