One of the biggest sales events of the year is next month.
Black Friday will begin on November 26 this year in the UK.
Sales Day began in the United States, with many stores historically reducing one-day prices to start the Christmas season.
The UK has embraced this trend and Black Friday is slowly gaining momentum as many people prepare to buy their Christmas gifts soon.
Several major retailers have already announced their Black Friday plans, many have already started offering deals, others are preparing to follow in early November.
Those who have not yet revealed the plans but are preparing soon. Haffords.
Harvard, Britain’s largest retailer of motoring and cycling products, has set up its Black Friday landing page in preparation for next month’s big sales event. Here.
The retailer will also participate in Cyber Monday – Monday directly after Black Friday which falls on November 29 which sees the biggest digital sales of the year.
Haffords will have discounts and offers on its motor and cycling ranges, including tools and technology.
Buyers are likely to call everyone who looks appropriate, if there are only a few.
The retailer is not disappointed when the day turns around in November, offering huge savings on electric scooters such as road maps and toolkits.
Last year, Halford offered customers £ 10 e-vouchers if they spent £ 50 or more and could do so again this year.
Their Black Friday landing page indicates that they will not participate in Black Friday until November 26 – but keep an eye out Here For updates.