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The holidays are approaching and while many of us are accustomed to doing some serious shopping the day after Thanksgiving, this year’s Black Friday is going to look a lot different from previous year.
40% of Americans are expected to spend less during the 2020 holiday season, compared to the 2019 season, and 79% of merchants are not likely to offer greater discounts then what was offered last year. There will be less in-person shopping due to the pandemic and unfortunately the discounts will be lower, but that doesn’t mean there’s no hope of running into a good shopping deal.
WalletHub recently released its report on 2020’s Best Things to Buy on Black Friday to help Black Friday shoppers get the best deals on electronics, clothes, toys, etc. They compared pre- and actual Black Friday prices for a broad selection of items to help isolate which offers would truly be worth fighting crowds for on Black Friday.
For example, an Intel Core gaming laptop was number one of the top 10 best deals for Black Friday. The pre-Black Friday price was $1,919 and the Black Friday price after the discount would be $1,399, saving customers over $500.
WalletHub is also keeping up with the latest Black Friday deals (which is updated daily). Those deals can be found here.