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13 November 2017, 08:15 | Jodi Jackson
Walmart to offer Black Friday deals on Thanksgiving
Those wanting to avoid the hectic queues that Black Friday tends to create across high-street stores can shop to their hearts content online, as shoppers increasingly favour browsing e-tailers during the sales bonanza.
Black Friday has always been the near-exclusive territory of big-box retailers and online giants, but 2017 will see a greater number of small retailers making the most of the sales day than ever before.
Two of the biggest sale outlets will offer huge discounts in line with Black Friday 2017.
Among U.S. adults intending to purchase tech products during November, including Black Friday Week, the top five tech products shoppers plan to buy are: video-game consoles, smartphones, TVs, laptops and tablets. The Black Friday sale only has the wording "Up to 75% off".
Gayle Hunter of Luxelu, a brand that saw an uplift of 300 per cent on its standard sales last year said: "Black Friday has grown for us year on year, and it's helped us to grow our business by increasing sales and reaching new customers".
Its almost that time of year again, Black Friday 2017 and Cyber Monday are fast approaching and if you want to find the best deals, now is the time to start preparing. There is an early Black Friday sales event starting this week on November 16 that has everything on sale for 50% off, no exclusions according to the leaked ad.
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