Black Friday Sale in India: Here’s what you need to know!
In the US, the next day of Thanksgiving (26th November, Thursday) is celebrated as Black Friday which will fall on 27th November this year. This is a popular shopping fiesta there where people start their holiday shopping for Christmas and now this has reached other parts of the world including India.
Amazon started this Black Friday Sale in India in 2018 and since then other online shopping outlets have joined in. In this sale, you can find things available online at very low prices. This year, many popular online stores are participating in this shopping fest including Amazon, Flipkart, Nykaa, Xiaomi, Lenovo, and more.
On Black Friday, stores give huge discounts on their goods, things are usually priced at their lowest. Black Friday sales have been going on for quite some time but they gained popularity after smartphones became a necessity for people. This sale is not restricted to electronics. So, if you also want to know about the Black Friday sale and want to take full advantage of it, then read on!
The Amazon Black Friday Sale has already started in India where you can get more than 50% off on products! Flipkart started its Black Friday sale today, 26th November and you can find a huge range of premium smartphones available there at heavily discounted prices!
Nykaa, a Beauty and fashion products online seller, started their ‘Pink Friday Sale’ from 26th November which will go on till 30th November. You can find mainstream brands as well as premium brands here and get up to 40% off on their products, online as well as in their stores.
Xiaomi has also announced a huge ‘Black Friday Sale’ which will run from 26th November to 29th November. During this time, customers can buy Xiaomi products at discounted prices from their website, Amazon, Flipkart, as well as their partnered stores.
The Monday after Black Friday is often called ‘Cyber Monday’ as e-commerce websites present amazing deals and offer on electronics and gadgets on that day. This year, Cyber Monday would be celebrated on 30th November.