If you are someone that doesn’t know what black Friday is, then let us introduce you to one of the best days of the year. Black Friday is on the Friday after Thanksgiving and it is known to be one of the best days of the year on which do to your shopping since this is when most brands and companies offer the best sale deals possible. However, shopping on black Friday can be a daunting experience, especially if it’s your first time doing it, so before you set off, here are three pieces of advice for you to consider.
Know you budget
This may seem like a trivial advice and something that seems very obvious, but we’re sure that you know how carried away one can get when shopping, and this is especially a big risk when shopping on black Friday since all of those amazing deals just look too good to skip out on. So in order for you to protect yourself from a predicament like this, make sure that you work out exactly how much money you have to spend, and stick to that budget, because sometimes, no matter how discounted a certain item might be it could still be outside of your budget.
Know your rights
Just because something is on sale, it doesn’t mean that it should be of bad quality. The Consumer Right Act says that the goods should be of a satisfactory quality, fit to do the job that they are intended to do as well as be able to last a reasonable amount of time. This means that the products that you buy when shopping on black Friday need to be just as good of a quality as the ones that you would purchase when shopping on a regular day. However, you need to also be aware that this right is limited to 30 days from the date that you buy your product, and if you see that something is wrong with it then you need to take it back before those 30 days expire.
Make sure you do the research
If you are interested in a certain product, then you need to make sure that you do the necessary research before you actually go black Friday shopping. You need to see which places offer the product, what prices they will be offering it at and you definitely need to be prepared to shop around if necessary, especially if that means that you will be getting the best black Friday deal possible.
If you are scared of black Friday shopping, then these tips should be just the thing to help you with dealing with the stress that the day brings. If you are still unsure if it will be a good idea to go shopping on black Friday, then maybe stay at home and wait for some great online cyber Monday deals instead.
— Frida Jones (@life_frida) 6 de octubre de 2017