These are the top Black Friday deals for 2021.

Was it painful? As you realize that we are about to enter the second holiday season of a pandemic?

Black Friday, whether you’re ready or not

You won’t have to wait long before retailers begin bombarding you with deal previews and ad scans. Although it may sound preemptive like the neighbors who insisted that their Christmas decorations be up before the leaves fell, we promise you this: Black Friday’s sales this year will be more bizarre than those of last year.

Three words: Supply Chain Chaos

Paper bags and pickles became as difficult to find as Playstation5s. The Delta variant continues to cause pandemic-related shortages in material and delays throughout all industries. This ordeal left retailers and manufacturers scrambling. Walmart, Home Depot and Ikea went so far as chartering private cargo vessels in order to ensure that their shelves were stocked for Christmas.

Therefore, Black Friday deals will be more about availability than cost.

“I joke with people and tell them to order Christmas gifts now, because there might just be something missing on Christmas Day,’ Scott Price, UPS International president, told France-Presse mid-September. You thought that finding toilet paper in spring last year was terrible.

We believe that planning in advance is the best way to avoid backorders or “out of stock notices”. This year, Black Friday coverage will begin much earlier than normal. The early bird gets the Nintendo Switch. As sales begin, we’ll update this post with all of the latest deals. In the meantime here’s everything you need to know.

Image of a woman looking for bargains in the early hours of the morning. Credit to Vicky Leta/Mashable

What’s Black Friday?

Black Friday, a shopping day that occurs every year right after Thanksgiving, is an annual holiday. Black Friday used to be associated with viral stampedes, fistfights, and long lines that stretched across city blocks just before 3 AM. But COVID-19 made it a mostly online holiday.

What is Black Friday?

Although Black Friday falls on November 26, this year, holiday doorbusters will be trickling in much earlier — retailers may start to distribute their Christmas decorations as early as October.

Black Friday used to be a time when you had to camp out in front of a store right before it opened. Online shopping was a mainstream option, so online retailers were eager to get a slice of Black Friday. CyberMonday was created by people who wanted the fastest possible internet connections to shop online. People had to wait for Monday because office computers were faster than their home internet connections. The NRF introduced Cyber Monday in 2005. Since then, we have been shopping online after Thanksgiving.

Online sales from big-name retailers on Black Friday will be good, with many going live several weeks ahead. Walmart and Best Buy will have good Black Friday prices. Amazon, if you are a Prime member, is more affordable on Cyber Monday. Amazon will offer Black Friday discounts for the entire week before the holiday.

Which stores are open to in-person shoppers this Black Friday

Although most major retailers’ Black Friday hours remain to be determined, we know Walmart, Target, Kohl’s and Bed Bath & Beyond will all close on Thanksgiving Day. This is a significant change from the pre-pandemic years when most retailers remained open for shoppers to get the best deals. You’ll need your laptop if you have an urgent need for post-pie shopping.

This year, don’t forget about ordering a gift for someone you love. It’s your right. Credit to Mashable Illustration

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Publited Fri, 17 September 2021 at 01:58.04 +0000

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