US Consumers Prefer Stores to Online Shopping for the Holidays

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The deals sometimes are not as good as Black Friday, yet still worth it; plus, there is free shipping and no need to worry about low-stock or products selling out in a blink of an eye. Estimates from the NRF Survey indicate that over half (52%) of Black Friday shoppers went online in 2016, highlighting the growing importance of e-commerce in driving Black Friday sales. A participant in the Amazon Associates affiliate program, links provided by Black Friday Dealer to Amazon.com enable them to earn income.

Amazon and Argos are getting in ahead of rival retailers by making some incredible offers live sooner than the November 24 date Black Friday falls on this year. Many different retailers have already started offering large discounts online in hopes that they will be able to capitalize on the buying season at large.

The previous deals include up to 50 percent off toys and up to 20 per cent off TVs, Apple computers and the Apple Watch. Here are the best Nintendo Switch deals.

Well, if you are thinking of treating yourself to a new tube before Christmas, Black Friday is probably a pretty good time to do it. Across the four days of the Black Friday weekend, Argos delivered 263,000 products to 146,000 customers through Fast Track delivery. According to the National Retail Federation (NRF), spending during this year's Black Friday sales season is likely to exceed £700 billion, representing a 4.2% annual increase on last year. We've got guides to the best Xbox Black Friday deals, PS4 Black Friday offers Nintendo Black Friday bundles, PC gaming Black Friday discounts, and more all up and running right now.

The biggest hour was 9-10am with 720,000 visits to the Argos website, equating to 12,000 visits a minute and 18 orders per second.

Each year, shoppers hit the stores on Thanksgiving and Black Friday to get some bargains.

Officially falling on November 24, the Friday after Thanksgiving in the USA, in recent years the discount day has launched earlier as United Kingdom franchises have turned the deals day into a deals fortnight.

Everything starts a little earlier than you may expect too, as the Black Friday offers actually begin on Wednesday 15th November and will last a fortnight, finally coming to an end on Wednesday 29th November, which is in the middle of Cyber Monday week incidentally.

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