Black Friday 2016 is coming quickly. But you don’t have to wait until Black Friday or Cyber Monday to start your holiday gift buying. Fall Sales are happening now and are a great way to save money between Halloween and Black Friday. Black Friday ads are starting to leak and the discounts are starting already so start your Christmas gift shopping early.
Here are some examples of Early 2016 Black Friday sales and deals:
2016 Black Friday Ad Previews
Black Friday ads and circular previews are being released early to give you a chance to prepare for your post-Thanksgiving shopping trip. Here are some of the recently released 2016 Black Friday ads…
Black Friday 2016 Predictions
If you compare the ads from one year to the next, most of the Black Friday sales are pretty much the same as they were the year before, which actually can help you plan your gift buying to better take advantage of these holiday shopping bargains and deals.
If Black Friday predictions for 2016 are true, here is a sampling of what you can expect for Black Friday shopping in 2016:
- Free Shipping Offers – Free shipping or discounted shipping, and lowering or eliminating free shipping minimums are expected to be prevalent again this year as stores compete for your holiday gift orders. Look for stores like Target, Best Buy and other major retailers to lower their free-shipping requirements.
- Doorbuster Deals without Doors – Many retailers are offering some of their Black Friday Doorbuster Deals online now. You no longer need to get in the middle of the chaos at the stores or leave your Thanksgiving dinner half-eaten just to get in line to be first in at the store to grab those Doorbuster Sales prices. Shop those same deals and sales on the best holiday gifts online from the comfort of your home.
- November = Black Friday Month – Black Friday is no longer just one day. Many retailers have Black Friday Deals Week, Countdown to Black Friday Sales and other enticing early Black Friday Bargains in the days and weeks leading up to Black Friday, possibly even the whole month of November as stores compete for your shopping dollar. Why not? We’ve already been seeing holiday decorations in stores since Labor Day.