November is about to come to an end and that only means one thing for shopping lovers: The arrival of Black Friday!
Year after year, across the United States Americans have the opportunity to take advantage of an entire day of discounts, which inaugurates holiday shopping season. The tradition has gained such a standing that it has sparked other similar celebrations, such as Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday, whose objective is to extend the offers throughout the weekend to capture the maximum flow of buyers.
When does Black Friday 2023 start? Official date
Black Friday is celebrated the Friday after Thanksgiving Day.
In the United States, Thanksgiving is commemorated on the fourth Thursday of the month of November, which means that its celebration falls on the 23rd this year, while Black Friday has its official start date the following day: Friday, November 24.
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Where to find early deals
Black Friday has turned out to be a big boost for the US economy, so there are companies that choose to extend their sales by offering early discounts several days, even weeks before, and after.
Below, we share a list of the stores that already have Black Friday offers, as well as the official start dates for other companies.
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