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Black Friday Sale! Bargain Hunters Queue From 3.45 AM As Prices Drop As Low As 80% During Black Friday

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Black Friday Sale! Bargain Hunters Queue From 3.45 AM As Prices Drop As Low As 80% During Black Friday

Have you got your bargain?

Black Friday on the 29th of November is going to be another record-making day with over £2.5billion is expected to be reached. Shoppers were already waiting outside Tesco and other shops from 3.45 AM while 11 million others remained at home, online for search of the best deals.

People queue outside stores as Black Friday approaches.

Commuters have to plan carefully today as Birmingham is going to be swarmed with shoppers.

Imagine – just last year 250,000 people got off on Birmingham New Street station for pre-Chrismast sale, an increase of over 80,000 people than the usual traffic.

People were hauling wide TV screens they have been aiming for throughout the year as early as 5 AM.

Another shopper was hanging around Tesco since 3.45 AM.

Another queue was seen in Leeds, in front of Size shop in the morning.

University student Chu Long had spent up to £1,600 at Size & The Hip Store.

It was estimated that 77% of Black Friday purchases will be made on the Internet and the rest in shops. Online shopping has played a major part and even last year alone, Carphone Warehouse received an order every 4.3 seconds.

See people lining up JD sports during Black Friday on Oxford Street.

Meanwhile, this Tesco Extra in Bolton is seen empty at 6.15 AM.

While everyone was flocking elsewhere, the rest of Oxford Street was quiet.

The majority of purchases were done in the clothing, electronics and household appliances sections. For the past month, stores that participate have been promoting extensively and they paid off. Fashion Retail Academy’s spokesman predicts that this year’s sales will trump 2018’s.

Over 1,500 seasonal workers were hired in one of Amazon’s sites for Christmas.

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