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When is Black Friday?

There's not a certain date for Black Friday, but Black Friday is  always the morning after Thanksgiving.     2014 date: November 28   2015 date: November 27  (MORE)
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What is or was Black Friday supposed to mean?

Black Friday is the day following Thanksgiving Day in the United States, traditionally the beginning of the Christmas shopping season. Especially popular in the United States (MORE)

How much is everything on Black Friday?

The cost of things on Black Friday vary, depending on where you want to shop at or what you want to buy. Most of the time many stores offer about 50 - 80 % off of regularly pr (MORE)

What is Black Friday?

Black Friday (happens in America) is when everything goes on sale or in other words clearance which makes people wake op early to buy things on clearance. It's about stores (MORE)

Why is the Friday after Thanksgiving called Black Friday?

In bookkeeping, red ink means the company owes more money than they have made. When you have made more money then you owe, the records are in black ink. Many businesses don't (MORE)

Why is black Friday after Thanksgiving called black Friday?

Stores are considered in the Black when they have a profit. In the red if not. So black Friday means lots of stores making money, and hopefully, lots of people also getting go (MORE)

When did Black Friday start in the US?

The day after Thanksgiving has always been the traditional start to holiday shopping. Over the years retailers have offered discounts on that day to lure shoppers into their s (MORE)

Who was President on the first Black Friday?

Ulysses S. Grant was President when the nation experienced it's first "Black Friday" Wall Street crisis on September 24, 1869. The crash was caused by two industrialists, Fisk (MORE)

Does Black Friday have a religious meaning?

Yes, although Black Friday can refer to one of three things: 1) The  day after Thanksgiving when stores have sales, huge crowds, and  begin operating "in the black" or makin (MORE)