Black Friday Mania

   Christmas shoppers can relax. Great deals are abundant on Black Friday. November 26 marks the day after Thanksgiving, otherwise known as Black Friday.

  Shoppers on black friday are not only relentless, but competitive. Every year there are a series of incidents, where people are trampled in route to get their goods. According to the Black Friday ‘death counter’ seven people have died and 98 have been injured from black friday since 2006.

  For those that did not want endanger themselves this Black Friday, many store offer online shopping with the same deals.

   “I don’t usually participate in Black Friday shopping, but this year I bought a few things because I could online. I just don’t want to go out and shop,” senior Hope Hatfield said.

  Many stores offer their Black Friday deals online, free shipping, and special deals on their apps. Black Friday has become a cyber event. This is a little contradictory considering cyber monday is the day after. Cyber Monday is the saturday after Black Friday, and on that day the focus is the deals online.  

  The Walmart app opened up a few select Black Friday deals to its users a few weeks before November 26th, including: a $79 trampoline, an Acer laptop for less than $300, and a 65 inch 4K television. This was just a taste of the deals that Walmart offered on Black Friday.

  Kohl’s released a 64 page ad with a huge section on doorbusters, including a $20 pair of diamond earrings that are usually a whopping $105.

  Whether shopping online or in stores this Black Friday, one is bound to find great deals.