Black Friday is the biggest shopping day of the year in the biggest economy in the world.
Black Friday" didn't become a national term until the 1990s.
Black Friday became the biggest shopping day of the year in 2001.
Amazon kickstarted its Black Friday deals three weeks before the main event this year!
An estimated £810 million was spent online by Bristish shoppers on Black Friday last year.
At 64% of purchases apparel is the most popular item in shopping carts on Black Friday.
72% of millennials research shopping options online before going to the store.
11am is the most popular shopping hour among Black Friday shoppers.
56% of purchases are made from desktop computers, and mobile devices.
Some shoppers camp out the night before, to get to their favourite stores as soon as deals become available.
The most common items bought on Black Friday are electronics such as TVs, laptops and tablets.
With unemployment decreasing, predictions are in that Black Friday will be a massive success in numbers.
Predictions have been made that when it comes to Toys, you should hold out until December!
They said the average price for a laptop, television, tablet, camera and video game console that was available on Black Friday goes up by an average of £50.00 after Black Friday
40%: holiday shoppers who already started crossing gifts off their list in October.
60: The highest average Black Friday percentage discount you’ll find.
87 million: The number of people who shopped on Black Friday in 2014
94%: Percentage of those who will make at least one in-store purchase this holiday season.
700,000: Number of workers retailers will hire this holiday season.
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