The holiday shopping season has started early in 2020. On select days, prices on popular items started dropping as early as mid-October. This year, Amazon Prime Day motivated other major retailers like Target to begin offering holiday sale prices before Halloween.
And shoppers are already seeing that Black Friday will be different this year. Retailers are offering bigger deals and more products online than ever before. More store locations are closed on Thanksgiving to allow more time with family. And in-store shopping isn’t always going to be an option, while curbside pickup is highly encouraged. These are just a few of the changes for Black Friday 2020. See what stores have announced for shopping and deals so far.
Home Depot’s Black Friday Will Last Two Months
This year, Home Depot isn’t following suit with the one-day Black Friday deals. Instead, the home improvement chain is offering a generous two months of big sales. This is great news for shoppers who have been making more home improvements in 2020.
Customers can save big on tools, furniture, home decor, appliances, paint, and more. Beginning in November, Home Depot will offer holiday deal pricing in stores and online. Locations will be closed on Thanksgiving day.