Countdown to him Black Friday 2021. The next Friday November 26 A new edition of what is known as ‘Black Friday’ is held, a day on which brands and sellers launch their best offers and discounts and on which consumers try to get the best bargains.
Like Halloween, although with a different look, it is an event with American roots, which has gradually gained weight in much of the world. In fact, according to several surveys, 3 out of 4 Spaniards admit that they will make a purchase during the campaign.
Black Friday is always celebrated one day after Thanksgiving in the US.
Although officially there are just under two weeks until Black Friday, the days leading up to its celebration already begin advance discount campaigns on some platforms and there are many users who make their first purchases. The reason why ‘Black Friday’ falls this year on November 26 It is because it is always celebrated one day after Thanksgiving in the United States, that is, the day after the fourth Thursday of the month of November.
The origin of Black Friday
It is necessary to travel to the city of Philadelphia 1960s to discover the true origin of ‘Black Friday’. The day after thanksgiving the streets of Philadelphia became a real chaos, both pedestrians and cars, and traffic jams, accidents, crowds and crimes were not strange in the city, already one of the most populated in the United States.
Slowly, this day began to be called ‘Black Friday’ among the police and bus drivers Philadelphia, a dreaded and fatal day for local public services. But the merchants of this town decided to take advantage of this overcrowding to reinforce their sales: openings for a good part or all of the day and a very high activity of purchases and transfer of merchandise to be sold. A) Yes, store employees and carriers, overwhelmed by stress, they joined that denomination for this date. Word of mouth did the rest and the strategy spread throughout the country, and in 1975, an article in the newspaper ‘The New York Times’ completed this progressive popularization giving the name of ‘Black Friday’ to the appointment.
Black Friday in Spain
In Spain, ‘Black Friday’ began to be used for the first time in some advertising campaigns in 2012 and it was in 2015 when it was widely imposed, becoming one of the most important commercial events of the year.
The products of fashion and technology are some of the star objectives on ‘Black Friday’ 2021 in Spain. Regarding how they will make their purchases, one of each Spaniard will make their purchases online, a modality that has exploded even more with the coronavirus pandemic. Geographically, the Castilian-La Mancha will be the most budget will be allocated to purchases of ‘Black Friday’, with an average of 344 euros, followed by the Andalusians and the Aragonese, with an investment of 297 euros.