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Frequently Asked Questions Aldi Black Friday

When is Black Friday?

Black Friday is the last Friday of November. This year it falls on the 26th of November 2021. You're bound to find pre Black Friday deals a few days and sometimes even weeks in advance. Meaning you can find absolute bargains before and during the event.

What deals can I expect to see on Black Friday?

Lots! There are so many to choose from, all you have to do is pick the perfect discount code for you. We will be showcasing Black Friday phone deals, Black Friday TV deals, Black Friday laptop deals and many, many more. Just visit Widilo and we will have everything you need to save money on your online shopping for one of the biggest events of the year.

How did Black Friday begin?

Black Friday started in the US. Dubbed by the shopping community as “Black Friday” it was named because it was the make-or-break shopping day of the year for the smaller stores in the US. A few years (and savings) later, it has leapt across the pond to sweep the UK. And now everyone wants to find the best deals both in-store and online - and thats why Widilo are here to help.

🕒How long are discount codes valid?

The validity of each discount code varies, they are subject to change. Discount codes can be valid for a couple days (for example flash sales) or even months (new customer codes). However, there are some that can only be used for a few days, so keep that in mind before you use one and double check. On Widilo, depending on the code, the expiration date is specified in the terms & conditions when you click to use the discount code and add it to your order to reduce the purchase.

When is Aldi Black Friday 2021 in the UK?

Aldi Black Friday is one of the biggest savings events of the year and it usually falls on the 26th November. You can expect this day to include massive savings on top quality products from some fo the world's biggest brands, however some retailers do start deals earlier. This is usually in the form of mini Aldi Black Friday deals as an event, rather than the focus on the single day for all deals. Some retailers begin these ''Black Friday'' deals as much as 2 weeks to a few days prior to the actual Aldi Black Friday, so be on the look out for the latest discount codes, deals and offers for your favourite brands including the Aldi page. There will likely be some amazing deals leading up to the Black Friday event day so be sure keep an eye out with Widilo!

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How long does Aldi Black Friday last?

Aldi Black Friday usually lasts for 24 hours beginning on midnight of 26th November until 23:59. However, the Aldi Black Friday sales has become a wider event and retailers are taking advantage of the huge sales period to offer you more mini deals before the day arrives. In this sense, Aldi Black Friday typically lasts for one day, but the ''Black Friday'' event as a whole can start up to 2 weeks prior to the last Friday in November, so be on the look out for the best mini deals prior to this date. Aldi Black Friday can also extend across the weekend, with Saturday and Sunday swamped with deals you may have missed out on with Aldi Black Friday. However, these deals will not be as significant as the special Aldi Black Friday, but that doesn't mean you won't find an amazing deal! Check back with Widilo for the latest deals and offers on the Aldi discount page.

Are Aldi Black Friday deals the same as Cyber Monday?

Aldi Black Friday is the best time to purchase the latest blockbuster items from the biggest brands around the world. It is usually an event that hosts deals from Friday but can extend into Saturday and Sunday over the weekend. Black Friday usually hosts deals in-store and online, so you can choose either to find the best deals, and more importantly, stocks of your items at! Cyber Monday is the following Monday after the Aldi Black Friday weekend and has only online deals from retailers and merchants. You will likely see online exclusives or buy online only deals that will cover electronics and technology as their main price cut deals from retailers. Cyber Monday will have similar deals to Black Friday, however they are not likely to be as heavily discounted nor provide as many deals as you would see. Cyber Monday also relies on warehouse stock to be shipped out, where on Black Friday you can visit physical stores to find stock local to you.

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How to shop for Aldi Black Friday online

If you want to shop during Aldi Black Friday it is heavily recommended you research all of the times you want to buy first, before the event begins. This is a really good starting point for you to get knowledge on your items, how much they currently cost (note this down for later!), and creating a personal wish list for these items with each store or your own document. Read the reviews on products, research their longevity and more importantly, the brand itself! Always check out products before you buy them and take advantage of the price cuts. This way, you will know what you are buying while also enjoying the amazing deals to be had this year. It always pays to do your research! You can check out all of the latest Aldi Black Friday deals from the Aldi page with Widilo. Understand the lifecycle of the undoubtedly huge discounts on technology and electronics products you will see this Aldi Black Friday. Most of the technology you see in shops, high streets and online will be released on an annual cycle to give you the best version of that device as soon as possible. This essentially means that the 1 year old piece of technology or electronics device may have an even greater discount than the latest release, but be absolutely fine for your needs and requirements. Check out the latest generations for each device that your favourite brand sells. Much like with Aldi, you can expect to see huge discounts on their cameras, electronics and home gadgets, TVs, laptops, home appliances and much more. Be sure to do your research about each product's lifecycle and specification so that you can get the best deal for you and your requirements on Black Friday and Cyber Monday this year!

How to prepare for the Aldi Black Friday deals/offers

A great way to make sure you get the best price is to research the products you know you want from your favourite brands and their price. Compare these prices against the shops and their competitors you can buy the product from. This will be crucial to your Aldi Black Friday spending and how much you will save! Check out the products that Aldi sell and research the items you want to purchase. Take a look at the prices and compare them with competitors. You can also check out the Aldi Widilo page as well as other top brand pages to ensure you get the best Aldi Black Friday deals and offers this year. Start your Aldi Black Friday search for deals early! As the famous saying goes, 'the early bird get's the worm' and in this instance that couldn't be more true. Check out which physical stores will have local stock of your favourite items to you vs the online stores who will have limited warehouse stock. You can also find deals being given out as early as 2 weeks prior to the actual Black Friday on 26th November.

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Interesting facts about Aldi Black Friday

  • Black Friday originated from the US gold stock market crashes in the 1800s, which affected everyone from investors to farmers alike. The term ''Black Friday'' was dubbed by the local shopping community because of the last ditch efforts by stores to grasp as many sales as possible before the end of the year.

  • Black Friday is actually the day after the US thanksgiving, but it wasn't always like this. Thanksgiving was declared by US President Abraham Lincoln as a day to give thanks to everything everyone holds value to. It wasn't until 1939 that President Franklin Delano Roosevelt declared Thanksgiving to be moved a week earlier, because the shopping periods and sales boomed for the economy on the last Thursday of every November. This guaranteed an extra week of shopping prior to Christmas, which was excellent for shoppers and local communities, and benefited the entire US economy as a whole.

  • Retailers in the 1960s unsuccessfully attempted to change the Black Friday name to ''Big Friday'' in order to draw sales to their stores and create a similar event using the chaotic popularity and large crowd-following. In fact, Black Friday didn't become a nationalised term or event until the 1990s, and remained a Philadelphia term for many years before spreading beyond to its neighbour states.

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