After feasting on turkey and toppings, shoppers traditionally flock to stores and malls on Black Friday to gobble up the best deals not just of the holiday season, but of the whole year.
Last year, the pandemic changed the way we shop on Black Friday, with more Americans shopping online than ever before. This year, as we continue to fight the fallout from COVID-19, many retailers have moved Black Friday to earlier this month to extend the top buyer’s vacation, soften crowds and increase sales, and tackle some of this year’s challenges, such as supply chain disruptions, labor shortages and shipping delays.
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