It’s the most wonderful time of the year for shopping and while Black Friday isn’t normally supposed to start until the week of Thanksgiving, it seems that things will be different in 2020. Apart from starting earlier, it’s also extending over a greater period of time than in the previous years.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic and new cases surging one day to the other, people losing their jobs and businesses closing their doors, Black Friday and holiday shopping are still on. In fact, according to the National Retail Federation and Prosper Insights & Analytics, shoppers are expected to spend $997.79 on gifts, holiday decorations and food.
It’s definitely no understatement that this season we are going to have a unique shopping season, with epic deals and offers. To make sure you don’t end up overspending, especially on items you don’t really need, check out these guaranteed ways to score the best Black Friday deals and even save some money in the process.