Black Friday 2017 | Fight for buyers

Black Friday 2017 | Fight for buyers

In the war for customers in Black Friday any means.

Well advanced network of shops all Target, which has decided to do literally two moves of the knight: to arrange pre-sale for 18 days until Black Friday and offer free shipping on holiday orders in online stores.

Black Friday 2017 | Fight for buyers

The sooner the better

Black Friday has long passes in one day, so Target decided to give its customers the opportunity to look behind the scenes before the premiere and buy all the discounted products in 1,828 stores and online.

This year bonuses buyers will be automatically applied at checkout, so there’s no need to use coupons or codes for a discount. The best deals are available before the stores close at 23:59 on 6 November, that is today, so you still have time to buy something (although some believe that the rush, on the contrary, it is not necessary).


As you approach the holidays, Target offers early access to discounts from Wednesday, November 22 to Saturday, November 25th, for holders of cards REDcard. Moreover, shoppers who spend more than 50 dollars in stores or online in Black Friday will receive a coupon for a 20% discount on purchases made in the period from 28 November to 10 December. A representative of Target said the stores will be open from 6 p.m. to midnight on thanksgiving Day. After that, they will open at 6 a.m. Black Friday, which will be held on November 24.

Free shipping — the trend of the season

And now add to that free delivery in Internet-stores, which is the most popular marketing ploy this year, and get quite a good incentive to place an order.

According to the National retail Federation, for the first time a greater number of shoppers will look for gifts online than in conventional stores. Industry Association suggests that this year total sales to grow by 4 percent to roughly 680 billion dollars.

Electronics chain Best Buy Co. it also gives customers free shipping, proving that she has become a fierce battleground for sellers this holiday season. If the stores won’t compete next season, the buyers simply lose interest in them.

Shopping giant Wal-Mart hasn’t revealed its strategy for the key event of the festive season, but we know that in January the world’s largest trading network offers free two-day shipping on over 2 million products.