The largest shopping day of the year, Black Friday 2022, is just around the corner, and we’ve got all the details down pat. Find out when and where to shop on Black Friday, as well as tips on how to get the best prices.
Black Friday in July offers were plentiful this year, and we’ve compiled a list of the finest early Black Friday deals from major shops like Amazon, Best Buy, and Solo Stove for you to peruse. Remember to keep an eye on this page in 2022, as we’ll be keeping tabs on all the greatest Black Friday 2022 sales for you.
Black Friday Deals 2022
We should expect to see some of the best prices of the year on everything from tech to apparel to home appliances on Black Friday. This is a good time to start planning for Black Friday in advance, even though it’s a few months away.
We’ll go over everything you need to know about Black Friday 2022, from the date to which businesses will be holding sales, to what you can do to best prepare for Black Friday deals, all in the sections below. Enjoy!
- Apple AirPods: $89 (save $50)
Up to 40% off Amazon devices
Up to 50% off Google devices
Huge savings on LG and Samsung TVs
Up to 40% off Garmin smartwatches
Up to 50% off Beats headphones
Up to 50% off Lenovo Chromebooks
Up to 42% off iRobot Roomba robot vacuums
Up to 50% off Ninja air fryers
Instant Pot Duo: $80 (save $70)
Keurig K-Supreme Coffee Maker: $79 (save $81)
Up to 20% off Casper mattresses
Up to 35% off appliances
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Which stores are having Black Friday sales?
Black Friday 2022 sales will be held by all major merchants, both online and brick and mortar. Included in this are well-known names like Amazon and Best Buy as well as smaller, more specialised shops like B&H Photo, GameStop, and Dell.
More information about participating retailers and Black Friday specials will become available as the date for Black Friday 2022 approaches.
When do Black Friday deals start?
The official date for Black Friday 2022 is Thursday, November 25, as previously indicated. On this date, a lot of doorbuster deals and limited-time offers will go online and run over the weekend.
Nearer the event, we’ll learn more about specific specials, offers, and merchants, but if past years are any indicator, many sales will go live online before stores open on Black Friday. Many of the top Black Friday deals will be available as early as early November thanks to the start of early Black Friday promotions.
When do Black Friday deals end?
In the past, Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales tend to take place on the final weekend of November and the following Monday. Even though Cyber Monday bargains are over, businesses may extend some of their finest limited-time offers into December to take advantage of the holiday gift-buying season.
What time do retailers open on Black Friday?
Some businesses prefer to begin their Black Friday sales on Thanksgiving, but a recent trend has seen retailers lock their physical doors on the holiday so their employees can spend time with their family, and instead begin online sales on Thanksgiving. In 2021, some businesses opened earlier than usual on Black Friday, including as Walmart, which opened at 5am on Black Friday itself for the most ardent buyers.
Are Black Friday deals available online?
There are online Black Friday discounts. It’s not uncommon for retailers with physical locations to begin online sales ahead of time, providing customers who buy in person an advantage.
It’s not uncommon for Black Friday offers to be exclusively available in-store for a short period of time, but these days they tend to be incredibly restricted doorbuster deals. Except if you enjoy waiting in line outside your local big box retailer at the wee hours of the morning, online shopping is the way to go.
Why is it called Black Friday?
“Black” has long been used as a synonym for distressing or catastrophic events. As early as the early 1950s, the term “Black Friday” was being used to describe a practise when workers would call in sick on the Friday after Thanksgiving. Approximately at the same time, the word was coined by US police to characterise the traffic conditions on the first major holiday shopping date. It wasn’t until future years that retailers attempted to tamp down the term “Black Friday,” claiming that the name’s origin was not due to traffic congestion but rather because it brought the stores “back in the black” in terms of profitability.