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Black Friday sales are now month long events for some online retailers

By Salehuddin Bin Husin - on 3 Nov 2015, 11:29am

Black Friday sales are now month long events for some online retailers

It's that wonderful time of the year again!

It's November and you know what that means! The build up to the Christmas rush is coming and Black Friday approaches! While most retailers still observe massive sales and promotions on the day itself, it seems this year that more and more online retailers are expanding their Black Friday sales to be a month long event, instead of cramming everything into a day,

Amazon started has already kicked off their Black Friday promotions early, just like last year. The retailer's having a 'Countdown to Black Friday' event that offers discounts and sales throughout the month, right up to Black Friday itself. Of course, it doesn't take a genius to figure out that Black Friday will still be the day where the best deals are unveiled but already there are some notable bargains up like the PS4 version of Metal Gear Solid V retailing for just US$40 (~$56). On top of their usual daily deals, the retailer also has their Lightning Deals promotions, which have items on sale for only a limited time.

Keep an eye on NewEgg as well. The deals they're hatching may be worth it if you're a tech aficionado.

NewEgg is doing something similar as well, though they're branding their promotion Black November, seeing as it's supposed to last all of November. While NewEgg mainly focuses on electronics and computer hardware, there are bound to be pretty good deals to be found on the site as well. In fact, if you're a gamer, you might want to check in later this week as the site will be having a sale on games, accessories and consoles from the 4th - 9th of November.

We'll give an update as more sales pop up, but make sure to also visit Black Friday 2015 ads. The site might look sketchy, but it's actually a decent resource for which online sites already have their Black Friday deals up and their Black Friday ads.

Source: Amazon, NewEgg

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