Black Friday is usually the day before Christmas and a day after Thanksgiving and is done after the fourth Thursday of November. Black Friday is the day when the market prices are super low and bargaining is easy. This is done so that the consumers are able to be free from the usual expensive things and are able to select and buy things they desire for Christmas.
Black Friday is the big Flash Sale for the USA. Similar and following the steps of the USA market, Switzerland market too has now joined the bandwagon of black Friday day. Once a year, every 29th of November Switzerland conducts the black market. All Black Friday promotions are done on this day and find the best of deals available. On this day traders advertise their products and offer best deals, which cannot be refused by customers.
Black Friday Switzerland
Black Friday Schweiz is not to be confused with the American Black Friday which is “Black Thursday”. Black Friday of Switzerland is the day the stock market crashed in New York back in 1929. Whereas the American Black Friday is on a Thursday and is used by the consumer as a bridge day to do their Christmas shopping economically.
Black Friday Schweiz is a recent event only started a few years ago and is mostly known by the new younger generation of Switzerland. In 2006, Apple was the first company to provide a discount in Germany. It was earlier known as ‘one-day shopping event’. These discounts are usually done online shops and not in retailer outlets. This way there is no queue of people or any accident or any sort of crowd-related incident that is reported in the US black Friday. As reports suggest the online black Friday is much more subtle and safer, and better as compared to US black Friday.
In Black Friday Schweiz, all categories such as beauty, electronics, clothes, grocery etc are discounted and put online. It is a consumer dream and they get good deals and discounts on branded things.
Black Friday happens in many countries on different days and different scales, these countries include India, Germany, Switzerland, United States of America, Mexico, Romania, France, Australia, and New Zealand and others. It is many times associated with violence and chaos as Black Friday offers reduced prices and discounts on products for which people fight and race to get first.