Black Friday (aka. BF) will be on November 25, 2016 this year. It falls on the day after Thanksgiving in the United States and is usually on the fourth Friday of November. That’s earlier than saw in 2015 and 2014 which means that this holiday shopping season will have a few extra shopping days before Christmas and Hanukkah.
Black Friday is known as the unofficial start to the holiday shopping season. You’ll often be able to find bargain prices from many of the retailers and brands. Even though this is not a nationally recognized holiday, most companies close their offices on this day (excluding retail stores). Most sales start early in the morning, even as early at midnight, as stores open early for their doorbuster deals. You’ll also find many websites that exclusively track Black Friday ads as they get leaked, including BlackerFriday.com. In the recent years, many stores have extended their promotions beyond just on Friday. You’ll find online stores discounting the week on Thanksgiving all the way through Cyber Monday (that’s on the following Monday).
When’s Black Friday in 2016?
Next year, Black Friday will fall on November 24, 2017. Here’s a look at the Black Friday dates in upcoming years.
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