What to expect from Black Friday 2019
Shop with Finder this Black Friday and Cyber Monday for all the hottest deals.
Black Friday is less than a few days away and the sales are set to take the UK by storm.
Originally a US event, Black Friday always falls on the Friday after Thanksgiving. This year, it will be Friday 29 November.
Black Friday deals generally start appearing online at the very beginning of the day on Friday, just after the clock has struck midnight. Finder will always keep on top of the latest bargains, so check our shopping pages regularly to find the best buys.
The Black Friday sales typically finish both in-store and online at the very end of the day on Friday, when the clocks strike midnight again. However, most shops now extend their sales across the weekend and into the following week. In fact, you’ll find many retailers extending their Black Friday discounts online right through to Cyber Monday.
Cyber Monday begins on the Monday after Black Friday – this year it will be 2 December. Cyber Monday was traditionally the biggest day for online shopping sales, with Black Friday a day reserved for shopping in-store only. But deals now appear online on both Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
Whatever happens, Finder UK will bring you unbeatable deals and bargains from two of the biggest shopping days of the year, so stay tuned this week for the best finds at the lowest prices.
Finder UK’s tips and tricks for shopping the Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales
If, like us, you’d rather avoid the high street and shop from the comfort of your own home, then shopping online with Finder UK is the best option this Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Here are our tips for how to nab the best bargains:
- Do your research. Many stores publish their deals before Black Friday, meaning you’ll have time to consider your options and really find the best bargain. Be sure to check prices well before Black Friday too, as not all Black Friday deals are the cheapest you’ll find during the year.
- Make sure the store ships to the UK. Don’t get caught out. Check that you can get your online purchase delivered to your address in the UK before you get excited over a deal.
- Shop around. You might find a better deal elsewhere. For example, Apple is notorious for offering mediocre Black Friday deals, while other stockists selling new or refurbished Apple products might be offering a better discount.
- Can you return your items? It’s easy to get caught up in the bargains. Make sure you read the store’s returns policy before you make any purchases. Some stores may not allow you to return sale items.