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Black Friday FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

-- When is Black Friday 2017?

This year the biggest shopping show falls on November 24, 2017. It takes place every year on the day after Thanksgiving.

-- What is Black Friday?

Black Friday is the day after Thanksgiving in November. It is considered the beginning of the holiday shopping that takes place every year. This day becomes a shopping holiday as all retailers offer heavy savings and discounts on popular products to bring the masses to their store. Deals can often be found on items at low rates. 
The day of Black Friday developed into a yearly event that retailers admire and shoppers refuse. The sales continue to expand each November and the length of deals is increasing as the passion spreads more and more online. Not only are major retail chains involved, but small Mom and Pop shops now have sales too.
Black Friday continues to evolve every year and we expect 2017 to be no different.

-- Why is it called Black Friday?

The name Black Friday was used because on this day businesses go deep into the “black” with profits as opposed to the “red” with losses as many stores operate most of the year. Other theories also exist. Check out the detailed answer at Black Friday Wiki.

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-- What is Cyber Monday?

Cyber Monday is the Monday following Thanksgiving in the United States and is considered to be the largest online shopping day of the year.
While the day has existed ever since computers became popular for making purchases, the name was first quoted in a 2005  press release. For this reason, they are often credited for creating the holiday.
The beauty of Cyber Monday is the fact that the deals competitor those found on Black Friday and all of the shopping can be done online. A large section of the shopping that appears on this day takes place in office buildings throughout the globe. Many shoppers who are lazy from the Thanksgiving holiday break bide their time at work the Monday back from break by buying holiday gifts for loved ones or treats for themselves.

-- What is Cyber Week? 

Cyber Week refers to the complete week that follows Cyber Monday. In the last couple of years, online retailers have begun reaching their final online sales far beyond Cyber Monday. Some last a whole week more. This is exactly what Cyber Week is. At present, only a number of the largest retailers such as Amazon, Walmart, and Target participate fully. However, as the movement grows we expect more and more stores to follow the idea as they begin to realize the sales potential.

-- What is Green Monday?

Green Monday is usually the second Monday of December.  categorizes Green Monday as the Monday with at least 10 days left until Christmas. This is a somewhat new day that many people are strange with.
The term itself was created by eBay to define its largest shopping day of the year. However, eBay isn’t the only company that benefits from expanded sales on this day. Many other merchants have reported a surplus in revenue.

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