It is not a surprise that once again a common tradition is somehow altered due to the Corona Virus. Due to the pandemic, and higher amount of cases some stores are unsure about having Black Friday shoppers. Stores that will be open will enforce Covid-19 guidelines to keep employees and shoppers safe, however most stores are pushing online advertisements and deals to get more online business instead of in-person. Online shopping would be the safest option, but are the deals as good?
Due to the pandemic deals will all be advertised online, due to flyers being questionable with Covid-19 guidelines. However trying to sift through all the websites on the night before and the day of Black Friday would be difficult. Do research ahead of time, then make a list of the stores you would want to check out, or buy something from. Note door busters, or items that would sell out fast and have those items in your basket ahead of time, this saves time the day of.
Also look for websites like https://blackfriday.com/ or sites that show some of the best items or popular items with the best deals such as, https://www.techradar.com/news/black-friday-deals-2019. These sites will help find deals quick and easy, and also have links to the stores that have the deals.
Although the joys of Black Friday shopping is tainted by the pandemic, it should not stop anyone from getting good deals, saving money, and getting amazing items for family, friends, or themselves during this holiday season.