Black Friday is an annual shopping event, often on the day after Thanksgiving, offering massive discounts.
Retailers promote doorbuster deals to attract early shoppers for limited-time discounts.
Online and in-store sales create a shopping frenzy, with consumers seeking bargains and savings.
Shoppers plan ahead, researching deals and creating shopping lists to maximize savings.
Limited quantities and flash sales encourage quick decision-making for the best discounts.
Black Friday has expanded beyond physical stores, with many online retailers participating in the event.
Some shoppers camp outside stores overnight, aiming to be first in line for exclusive deals.
Cyber Monday follows Black Friday, emphasizing online sales with tech and electronic deals.
Marketing strategies include teaser ads and countdowns to generate excitement leading up to Black Friday.
While Black Friday offers significant savings, some criticize the commercialism and urge responsible consumerism.