It’s the biggest shopping day of the year. Not only should you take advantage of Black Friday, but you should also be planning very far ahead. In our opinion anything you are going to purchase in the three months leading up to Black Friday, that isn’t essential, shouldn’t be purchased until Black Friday. The savings are just that good.
If you’re planning on buying, for example, a TV or new mattress - it’s worth waiting until Black Friday when the items will go past 20% off. All big purchases should take into consideration how far away Black Friday is and then deduct up to 20% of the price you would be paying by buying in advance to understand your possible savings. It’s not worth buying a $1,000 in items if you can save $200 next month!
When you are going Black Friday Shopping you should always do your homework beforehand. Know exactly what you’re looking for and read about the deals in advance. Most stores will post their best deals online so search for them and have in mind where to shop. The better the deal the more likely it is going to be sold out, so arrive as early as possible!
You should also be aware of Cyber Monday. Cyber Monday is the Monday following Black Friday in which stores will post deals online that are just as good as Black Friday Deals. If you don’t want to Black Friday Shop with a crowd of people, Cyber Monday is a great alternative for finding the items you want from the comfort of your own home.