Black Friday — Could Online Spending Pass $3 Billion in 2016? [Infographic]


For tech lovers especially, Black Friday can feel like a dozen Christmases rolled into one. But what can we expect from Black Friday 2016? This handy infographic reveals all!

If there’s one day of the year that tech lovers look forward to, it’s Black Friday. The original meaning of the day’s name has been hotly debated, but in more recent years retailers tend to think of the “black” in Black Friday as the financial kind (i.e. “getting back in the black” by selling off mountains of stock), with massive discounts on both new and existing items.

But just how big has Black Friday become? And which gadgets and gizmos items can tech fans expect to see on offer based on previous years’ sales? To predict that, we need to look at Black Friday sales gone by. Check out our infographic below to learn all about this online shopping sensation.

Technically speaking, Black Friday takes place on the day after U.S. Thanksgiving, which is November 25 this year. But a number of online sales are already well underway, with retailers like Amazon offering huge discounts on things like Bose QuietComfort 20 Noise Cancelling Earphones and RAVPower portable chargers.

Be sure to keep a close eye on the Black Friday Deals page (updated daily) for all the info on the latest online bargains! Good luck in the sales!

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