Top Black Friday Canada Sales
My husband gave me a Soda Stream last Christmas, but he uses it all the time. Whose gift was it anyway? Make your own soda for $99.99 @ Amazon.
Love tea? Buy one gift set and get one 50% off for Black Friday @ David's Tea. No one has to know if you keep one for yourself.
Marks & Spencer has fabulous clothes and you will fall in love with the modern design and high quality fashion. You can save 30% off of a selection of kids' Christmas/Winter themed clothing in a variety of sizing. Some clothing is available in most all sizes while others are geared for only the little ones.…
Marks & Spencer has toasty warm Fairisle Onsies for kids for 30% off. Now $25.20 - $39.20 CAD depending on the size.
Globo Shoes has some Black Friday Steals available and kids boots are $30 off. Check it out here!
Take 50% off of all regular priced merchandise (some exclusions apply) @ Globo shoes! Click here to get in on this deal.
NHL is exciting to watch but get yourself into the NHL action with EA Sports NHL 17 for $49.89 @ Amazon.ca.
Tarte has everything for 25% off today when you use code FRIYAY. Click here to shop @ Tarte Canada.
Lands' End has 50% off all outerwear and 40% off of everything else! Use code: SAVEBIG and pin 9587 during checkout.
The price on this Breville Smart Oven Pro Convection Toaster Oven is toasty warm. In fact I have never seen it so low. Grab it for $219 @ Amazon.
Who wants to sit in the Paw Patrol marshmallow chair to watch Paw Patrol? This chair is $24.96 @ Walmart.ca.
GearBest is an online retailer where you'll see all sorts of stocking stuffer ideas, electronic gadgets, household decor, kitchen & dining and even pet supplies. Many items are on sale for Black Friday. You can pay with Paypal and you may be able to get a 2% discount on an order $50 and up (max.…
The Black Friday Weekend Sale is on at The Bay, and this is your chance to grab some Christmas candles and candle decor at a reduced cost. The festive Candles are on sale for up to 60% off, and prices start at $6.49. Click here to shop @ The Bay now! If you've got candles…
These Christmas sweaters are hilarious - and with this Black Friday discount at Amazon Canada, I am loving the prices too. Get half-off most of these Christmas Sweaters. They'll have you at 'hello'! Plus - use the code STYLE30 at the check out for an extra 30% 0ff, making discounts reach up to 65% off.…
Titanfall 2 is on sale for $49.89 @ Amazon.ca for either Platform.
Use code BLACKER to get your Urban Decay online purchase for 20% off right here @ Urban Decay Canada!
For $49.89 for either Playstation or Xbox One, you can get Battlefield 1 @ Amazon.ca.
Dell Canada has great Black Friday Deals out for you to check out! If you purchase a monitor make sure to use the promo code: 10%OFFMONITOR to save an additional 10%. Save an additional $15 on Gaming: Console products priced over $199: Use code $15OFF$199+ during checkout. Click here to shop the Black Friday Deals…
Kids love this gigantic Alex Step & Play piano. It's on sale for $29.99 down from $59.99 @ Canadian Tire.
Shop Black Friday at Canadian Tire and get the Shopkins Super Shopper Pack for half-price (now $14.99) while supplies last.
Get half-off this NOMA Pre-Lit Linden Colour Changing Pine Christmas Tree (6.5 ft tall) now $74.99 during Black Friday @ Canadian Tire!
I am glad I procrastinated on some of my Christmas shopping! These Black Friday deals have made it super easy (and affordable) to get it all done. I picked up this Disney Princess Magical Kitchen Playset for my two nieces. It is on for $39.94 during the Walmart Canada Black Friday Sale, and sells at…
Chapters just launched 50% off Matt & Nat bags! I can barely contain my excitement! These classy little numbers are usually a little out my price range, but at 50% off, they're just what I'm looking for on Black Friday. Fair warning though, it looks like they're blowing through a lot of their stock, so…
What is Black Friday?
Black Friday is one of the biggest retail shopping events of the year, bar none. It originated in the US and was successfully imported to Canada soon after. In the last couple years, retailers have rolled out savings on everything from brand-name electronics on leading brands like Sony, Dell, HP, Microsoft, and Apple at shops like Best Buy and The Source; to clothing from retailers like Forever 21, American Apparel, Le Chateau, and Old Navy; to household appliances and furnishings from department stores like Hudson's Bay, Sears, and Walmart; to basically anything you could possibly want from online epicentres eBay and Amazon.ca.
While some might have us believe that "Black Friday" has something to do with the retail phrase of "being in the black" (a.k.a. making a profit) -- and that's probably more than true for a lot of retailers! -- there's a lot more going on than that. There was actually a market crash on Friday, September 24, 1869, that newspapers referred to as Black Friday. The two men responsible for the crash were Jay Gould and Jim Fisk, Wall Street financiers who tried to control the market by driving up the price of gold. It was in Philadelphia nearly one hundred years later that police officers used the term "Black Friday" as a means to discourage the public from clogging up the streets in the shopping frenzy that inevitably followed Thanksgiving. Thank goodness they weren't successful in their efforts! Retailers spun the name into the one we're familiar with today, when retailers move their ledgers from red to black, turning a profit on their way to Christmas.
When is Black Friday?
The date of Black Friday always falls on the Friday after Thanksgiving in the US. Black Friday this year then, is on November 25th. The retail "holiday" has grown from a one-day frenzy to a four-day (sometimes week-long) event with businesses opening earlier on Friday and even extending online deals into the wee hours of the morning. From Thursday night door-crashers, to weekend carry-overs, to Cyber Monday's online shop-a-thon, Black Friday has turned into a retail holiday that keeps on giving. We will be posting the latest Black Friday deals here in the lead-up and during the weekend itself from your favourite participating retailers.
What is Cyber Monday?
Cyber Monday is the Monday following American Thanksgiving weekend. Cyber Monday 2016 falls on November 28th. The day was coined by Ellen Davis of the National Retail Federation (NRF) in 2005, when she noted that this date held the record for the highest revenues for online sales. The event refers to an online-only shopping event offering discounts on electronics, home appliances, personal accessories, and apparel. Some retailers wait until Cyber Monday to announce their online deals, saving in-store deals for Black Friday, but with the popularity of online retail, both Black Friday and Cyber Monday have become online extravaganzas. There aren't really any hard and fast rules either, because these days, the event often extends past Monday to the whole week.