These offers are available on Savings Day
The annual Black Friday rises again on Friday. Many companies and shops offer savings campaigns on Bargain Day.
The trade has been offering consumers a wide variety of discounts for days in the course of “Black Friday”, which will take place again on November 26th. Savings Day from the USA is the highlight of the year for many bargain hunters – especially when it comes to getting Christmas presents, for example. Because the best offers are often on Friday. Here is an overview of some of the most important providers and which items bargain hunters can find there.
Offers from all areas
Many consumers will probably have Amazon as one of the first points of contact. The mail order giant started its “Black Friday week” on November 19th and says it is offering “more deals than ever before” up to and including November 29th. Devices from the company’s own portfolio, including smart speakers such as the Echo Dot, are particularly affordable. Customers will also find offers from a wide variety of areas, including toys, electronics, fashion, beauty as well as kitchen and household.
From midnight, special daily offers are available for a maximum of 48 hours and while stocks last, so-called “lightning offers” are activated between 6:00 am and 7:45 pm every five minutes. Prime members can access these 30 minutes earlier. If you are not yet a member, you can use a 30-day free period. After that, membership costs 7.99 euros a month or 69 euros a year. Students receive six months of free access and then pay EUR 3.99 per month or EUR 34 per year.
EBay also has a varied selection of products to offer. “Cyber Week” runs there until November 30th. There are top deals here every day, especially in areas such as electronics, home and garden, clothing, home improvement and toys. In the eBay Re-Store there is also a ten percent discount on new and used items with the code “REFURB21” until November 29th.
Otto’s online shop also has numerous items from different product categories in the deal for consumers – including smartwatches, notebooks, smartphones and more.
Smartphones directly from the manufacturer
For technology enthusiasts, a visit to the large electronics retailers could also be worthwhile. “Black Friday Week” runs at Conrad until November 29th. “Black Week” is held at Euronics, Saturn and MediaMarkt.
A look at the pages of the individual manufacturers of smartphones and other devices can also be worthwhile. For example, consumers get deals with Samsung, Google, Huawei, Oppo, Xiaomi, Motorola and many other companies.
There are also discounts on thousands of video games in digital form. Steam is expected to start an “Autumn Sale” on November 24th, and Black Friday offers are already online at Humble Bundle, Nintendo eShop, PlayStation Store and Microsoft Store.
Fashion at a bargain price
Anyone looking for new clothing will find what they are looking for at large retailers such as Zalando, H&M or About You. Alternatively, you can also take a look at the homepage and the shops of the individual manufacturers. There are also deals at Adidas, Reebok, Nike and Ellesse, among others.
Inhofer, Segmüller and Roller, among others, offer Black Friday offers for furniture. At the Ikea furniture store, the “#BuyBackFriday” will run until December 5th. The dealer buys back used furniture. During the campaign period there is another 20 percent of the buyback price on top of that.
Of course, all of this does not have to mean that consumers may not even be able to find a much better deal with smaller retailers.