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Where consumers save on Black Friday and Cyber ​​Monday

Many consumers are likely to go bargain hunting again during Black Friday.

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Saving money is the order of the day around Black Friday and Cyber ​​Monday. Here consumers will find offers from all conceivable areas.

The shopping event of the year is entering its hot phase, because today, November 25th, is Black Friday again – and Cyber ​​Monday is coming up again on Monday. Although many retailers are already offering deals throughout the week as part of the popular Savings Days, there are likely to be many additional mega offers, especially on Friday. These are some of the biggest providers where bargain hunters can find what they are looking for, for example if they are already looking for Christmas gifts.

Products from almost all areas

Many people who think of Black Friday probably first have a very specific shipping giant in mind: Amazon. As every year, the company is once again offering countless goods from a wide variety of product categories – and has been doing so since November 18th. The “Black Friday week” runs until November 28 at 11:59 p.m. In addition to, for example, toy, electronics or fashion deals from well-known and lesser-known brands, there are also “deals of the day” and lightning deals between 6:00 a.m. and 7:45 p.m., which are valid for a maximum of six hours and only while stocks last. are available. The in-house devices, including the smart Echo speakers and several variants of the e-book reader Kindle, are also on offer.

In Otto’s online shop, consumers will also find Black Friday deals until November 28, including in areas such as multimedia, household goods and sports.

“Cyber ​​Week” runs on eBay until next Monday. Here, too, users can get goods from many different areas. According to eBay, products such as Christmas decorations and Christmas trees, game consoles, televisions, coats and sweaters, as well as toys from Playmobil and Lego, were particularly popular last year.

Everything about technology

Anyone looking specifically for products such as household appliances, consumer electronics or perhaps video games could find the right deal on the websites of well-known consumer electronics retailers. Corresponding action days are running at Conrad Electronic, Euronics, Expert, MediaMarkt and Saturn, among others.

Technology enthusiasts who prefer to buy smartphones, tablets, televisions and the like directly from the manufacturer can visit the company’s online shops. Most providers, including Google, Huawei, Lenovo, LG, Microsoft, Motorola, Samsung, Sony and Xiaomi, are luring on Friday – and sometimes even longer – with savings days or promotions.

From today, November 25th to November 28th, there will also be an “Apple Shopping Event”. Anyone who buys a correspondingly qualified iPhone from the tech giant, for example, will receive a gift card for 50 euros.

The big “Autumn Sale” has also been running on Steam since November 22nd and there is a “Black Friday Sale” on Humble Bundle until the beginning of December. Corresponding deals are also offered in the “Xbox Black Friday Sale” and in the PlayStation Store. Gamers will find thousands of offers from the realm of video games in digital form.

fashion and furniture

Anyone who needs new jeans or shoes, for example, will also find what they are looking for when it comes to fashion. Large retailers sometimes offer high discounts on women’s, men’s and children’s clothing. The best-known providers who want to attract customers with their deals include About You, H&M and Zalando.

Here, however, it could also be worth taking a look at the campaigns of individual manufacturers and houses such as Adidas, Diesel, Esprit, Levi’s, Nike or s.Oliver, to name just a few.

Well-known furniture stores such as Inhofer, Roller and Segmüller also have numerous deals or special promotions in their program as part of “Black Friday”. So if you need a corner sofa, want to refurnish your bathroom or are looking for a new dining table, you could find a suitable bargain.

In principle, Ikea customers can sell used furniture back to the furniture store, but during a campaign period up to December 4 they will receive an additional 20 percent of the buyback price.


Source: Brigitte

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