Yep, we’re already gearing up for Black Friday 2022. We know you’ll want to pop this year’s Black Friday date (Friday 25th November) in your diary, so that you’re prepped to bag all of our best deals and style steals. Plus, it’s never too early to get your shopping priorities in order to make the most of all the amazing deals and discounts. And right here at Simply Be this Black Friday and Cyber Monday, they’re going to be some of our biggest and most exciting yet.
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Scroll down for a bit of Black Friday history, as well as some shopping numbers to see just how much people love this annual shopping event.
The term “Black Friday” first coined, used to describe a financial crisis.
Retailers in the US began offering large discounts the day after Thanksgiving.
‘Black Friday’ started being used to describe heavy and disruptive traffic and crowds.
It was later used to refers to the busiest shopping and traffic day of the year.
‘Black Friday’ named the busiest shopping day of the year in the US.
Amazon launches Black Friday in the UK.
Asos and Toys R Us start to offer Black Friday deals.
UK shoppers spent £200 million on Black Friday deals.
Black Friday weekend becomes the biggest shopping event in UK history.
Asda did not take part in Black Friday, just two years after it originally joined.
It was predicted that £1.1bn was spent online in just 24 hours.
Spending on Black Friday alone was predicted at £2.5 billion.
The average person’s spend on Black Friday was £234.
Approx £2.5 billion spent by UK shoppers on Black Friday.