Black Friday History

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I’m not much of a Black Friday shopper, I love looking at the deals and sales listed in the paper and online in the days prior, but I just can’t do the crowds. I do think that if you can manage it, though there are incredible bargains to be had. With Black Friday right around the corner, it’s had me curious about I’ve how it began, why it’s called “Black Friday,” and how past years have stacked up to the most recent. I thought this infographic was interesting and shed some light on the history of Black Friday.
Cheap Sally Black Friday 2011 History And Highlights

What about you? Are you a Black Friday shopper or do you prefer to stay home and let others battle it out for the deals & steals?

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  1. Never new there was a history of Black Friday, just saw all the craziness of of it on TV and it looks like you predicted it.

  2. I love info graphics! Thanks for sharing…

    Kerri Ulloa

  3. I used to be a crazy black friday shopper, before kids. Now I just shop online. It’s so much easier and I don’t have to deal with people being crazy :)

  4. I’m a big fan of Cyber Monday too!

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