BLACK Friday and Cyber Monday is often when you’ll find the best offers from leading tech brands. We’ve taken a look at what Black Friday tech deals we expect to see in 2020. *Remember, just because an item is in the sale, it doesn’t mean you can’t find the same product, or similar, elsewhere. Always shop around to make sure you’re getting the best price. When is Black Friday 2020? In 2020, Black Friday is on November 27, the day after Thanksgiving is celebrated in the United States. Although it’s a relatively recent addition to the British shopping calendar, most of the top retailers have embraced the phenomenon as bargain hunters kick start their Christmas shopping. You probably won’t have to wait until the end of November until the sales start, though.Plenty of retailers try and get a jump starts on Black Friday, so keep your eyes peeled around two weeks ahead of the big day. Who will have the best Black Friday tech deals? Tech is one of the most popular areas with customers around Black Friday. Amazon is an obvious place to start your bargain hunt as the online mega-store will look to slash prices on everything from… Read full this story
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