Black Friday, the biggest shopping day of the year, is only a few weeks away, so you might want to keep track of the date if you're saving for something big. Black Friday always falls the day after Thanksgiving in the U.S. Cyber Monday always follows swiftly on the heels of Black Friday, it used to be a separate event in its own right until last year when it merely became an extension to the Black Friday weekend.
Black Friday has grown in prominence and online shopping has made searching for a bargain easier, many shops launch deals well ahead of the big day. Some have already announced that they will start releasing offers in advance. For instance, Amazon are making some of their Black Friday deals available from November 17, a whole 10 days before the official shopping event.
If you've ever glued yourself to the computer come Black Friday or Cyber Monday, you know two things to be true: the deals can be ridiculously good, and they don't seem to last long. To help you make the most out of your online pursuits this year, we turned to Amazon to see what kinds of deals it might be offering so you can plan ahead and avoid missing out. Start your holiday shopping early.
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