Black Friday Is Coming Early – Starts Monday 23 November
You might be used to the Black Friday weekend long sale event arriving on the last Friday of November, creating a big weekend sale event that sees big discounts land right in time for your Christmas shopping. This year the sales will still arrive, BUT changes are in place to help prevent crowding.
This is the plan for Black Friday 2020
The sales are kicking off early (Monday 23 November – Monday 30 November), so you’ll have the opportunity to shop over the course of 8 days and shopping hours are also being extended. We’re encouraging customers to plan their trip and to shop during less busy times, making a better and safer shopping experience for all.
With more time to shop and social distancing rules in place, shoppers will have the opportunity to support their local bricks-and-mortar stores this year to take advantage of the great discounts.
Some retailers are starting their Black Friday sales early.
The offers will be under wraps until the sale event arrives, so be sure to register your interest to receive them below.
Register your interest in our Black Friday Has Come Early Facebook Event Page and follow us on Facebook to ensure you get updates – we’ll be dropping all our offers there. You can also sign up to our e-newsletter here to stay up to date with news and offers from within the Centre.
What can you do to prepare?
Make a list and check it twice! Start thinking about your Christmas shopping list, as well as things you would like for the home, for your family and for yourself. When the day arrives, check our website for all the latest info on how to prepare for your shop.
Will I save more if I wait for bigger sales?
Many of us love to know we’re getting the best value, especially after such an unexpected year. While we can’t guarantee retailers won’t discount prices further later in the season, if you are going to buy an item, the best advice is to do your homework and set a maximum budget, then if you see it, buy it. Why? With the turbulent year, stock of some products may be in shorter supply than previously, so get in early or risk missing out.