Black Friday 2015

Posted: Dec 30 2014, 9:17am CST | by , in News | Black Friday 2017


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Black Friday 2015

As the year ends we already look ahead to the next Black Friday sales event. When is Black Friday 2015? Black Friday 2015 is on November 27, 2015.

Black Friday 2015 could beat Cyber Monday 2015 in terms of online sales volume.

According to Adobe, Cyber Monday 2014 had a sales volume of $2.65 billion, which is an increase of 16% compared to last year. Black Friday 2014 had an online sales volume of $2.4 billion, which is an increase of 24%. Thanksgiving Day pulled in $1.33 billion in online sales which is an increase of 25%. Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday have already beaten Cyber Monday in 2014 when added up. 

In any case for consumers the big take away is to shop at least all of the three major days as the deals are very different that are offered in Black Friday sales and Cyber Monday sales. The dramatic bargains and doorbusters are what Black Friday sales are all about. Cyber Monday offers deals on mid-range to high-end products and also brings back many Black Friday deals.

Top 100 Black Friday 2014 Deals

Black Friday 2015 is on November 27, 2015, but the Black Friday sales are already starting at the beginning of November. Many Black Friday 2015 sales launch on November 1, 2015.

See the Walmart Black Friday 2014 Ad, Target Black Friday 2014 Ad and the Best Buy Black Friday 2014 Ad as reference for what to be offered on Black Friday 2015. I4U News will again offer full coverage of Black Friday 2015 as early as late summer with the first Black Friday 2015 deal predictions.

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