Black Friday shopping
Retailers tell you to buy, buy, buy, and do it now – but is Black Friday all it’s cracked up to be?
It may be a relatively new import from the US, but Black Friday has dominated Christmas shopping calendars for the last few years. If you’re sick of the hype and want to rebel, here are some ways in which you can fight back against the rising tide of consumerism.
Credit cards a-swiping, bank accounts-a-draining, and raaaaands blown on bliiing…
Black Friday 2015 is one more evidence point. Asda, the Walmart subsidiary who brought the phenomenon to our shores, are this year among those opting out.
You've probably noticed that Christmas marketing campaigns started at least a month ago and at this point it's all systems go. We've had John Lewis' 'Man on the Moon', the Coca Cola truck tour has been announced and the vast majority of retail outlets are covered in tinsel and fairy lights already. This can only mean one thing, Black Friday is looming large.
Black Friday is once again upon us. Starting on the 27 November this year looks set to feature some of the biggest deals
Black Friday, the US-inspired shopping extravaganza, hit Britain last year, with shoppers literally falling over themselves
Magi Monday? Camel Tuesday? No ... Wise Wednesday. A day when you buy gifts in person ... to be delivered in person. Price does matter, but not as much as the act of giving. So Merry Christmas ... and I hope it's a white one.
Everyone loves sales. Whether it's the latest Xbox game, kitchen appliance or electronic gadget, people are always looking for bargains, especially during the run up to Christmas. But there's a stark difference between lining up for Boxing Day sales and the animalistic behaviour witnessed last week during the "Black Friday" sales...
If you're about to embark upon your Christmas shopping then now is the time because Black Friday is here! In two days some of the biggest names on the high street will be cutting prices and offering brilliant deals on ideal Christmas gifts.