Here at Lampemesteren, we love Black Friday. And there’s no doubt as to when it is because it always falls at the end of November—on the day after Thanksgiving, which is on the fourth Thursday in November. But Black Friday hasn’t always been associated with incredible deals and long queues to get into the shops. The term originated in Philadelphia, where the police used it to describe the heavy traffic of people coming home after spending Thanksgiving with their families. The term was later used to refer to businesses turning a profit—going from ‘in the red’ to ‘in the black’. Over the years, Black Friday has come to denote the busiest day of the year.
In 2012, Black Friday really started to gain traction in the rest of the world. At first, it was an online event where webstores gave discounts on various products. It wasn’t until a few years later that physical shops began to get on board as well. These days, it’s an annual phenomenon with which we’re all familiar.
Black Friday Dato – Write it down
While some see it as an opportunity to sort out Christmas presents, others treat themselves. No matter how you spend Black Friday, write it in your diary, so you know when to keep an eye out for good deals.
- Black Friday 2021 – 26. November
- Black Friday 2022 – 25. November
- Black Friday 2023 – 24. November
- Black Friday 2024 – 29. November
- Black Friday 2025 – 28. November
- Black Friday 2026 – 27. November
- Black Friday 2027 – 26. November
- Black Friday 2028 – 24. November
- Black Friday 2029 – 23. November
- Black Friday 2030 – 29. November