Black Friday is the one day a year when stores cut the prices on many of their items. Things get much cheaper and people receive major discounts. While it happened in other Countries for years, South Africa only started adopting the trend recently. So in order to help South Africans I have created a cheat sheet to help them get the best deals. However first here's what you need to know about the day.
When is it happening :
Black Friday always happens in late November. It will follow the same trend this year as it occurs on the 26th November 2021. This means it's the perfect time for you to do your Christmas shopping, if you have any that needs to be done. So here is your cheat sheet to getting the best deals.
The Black Friday Cheat Sheet :
Black Friday catalogues come out put weeks in advance, so make sure that you study your catalogues as soon as it comes out. That way you know exactly what stores to hit before everything gets sold out. Find out the opening time of the stores and arrive at least one hour in advance, depending on the size of the store you may want to arrive earlier.
You will of course need enough cash to buy the things you want, so I advise that you save some money from your October paycheck as well as not make any accounts next month. So that you can spend as much money as you want too on you black Friday haul. If you can, consider even limiting your grocery shopping this month as may grocery stores offer major discounts on black Friday. Lastly try to use this day to do your Christmas shopping, as it will help you save a lot of money.
When it comes down to it, it's all about being prepared. So how will you prepare. Tell me in the comments section and follow for more lifestyle news as it happens.
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