32 ways to avoid overspending on Black Friday


If you’re queuing at a store for an in-store savings experience, you’ll likely be waiting longer than usual as retailers enforce social distancing measures.

What else will be different this Black Friday? According to DealNews, which covers Black Friday discounts and other savings events in detail, consumers can also expect longer-lasting deals. This means the Black November phenomenon is in full swing this year, with sales dropping throughout the month at major retailers like Amazon, Home Depot and Kohl’s.. Delivery delays seem more likely for buyers. Jenny Robertson, senior vice president of integrated marketing and communications at FedEx, encourages people to buy — and ship — early, noting that FedEx has been shipping at “holiday levels” since March.

Additionally, while in recent years we have seen a growing trend of gift experiences versus new physical giftsthe pandemic has left us all pretty confined at home, and since we don’t really know how long this will last, we are returning to the tradition of giving physical gifts rather than experiential gifts.

So after all that, how can you save money this year? Here is an overview of 32 techniques to reduce your bill.

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