In France, like everywhere in the world, Black Friday knows a huge success with our neighbors. Coming originally from the United States, Black Friday has established itself in many countries to become an unmissable event for all bargain hunters.
Black Friday is on the same date in the whole world. In 2020, it will be Friday, November 27. But be careful because November is a rich month for shopping events, and to find good deals.
The season begins with Single's Day on November 11, followed by Black Friday Week. In fact, most shops and brands start their promotions the week before "Black Friday". This makes it a whole week of discounts and exceptional offers. The intensity knows its maximum during the Black Friday Week and ends in apotheosis the following Monday with Cyber Monday.
Like in Switzerland, there are deals in many categories of product. In high-tech, we will look La FNAC, Boulanger or Micromania for Gaming. If you are looking for promotions on the Sony Playstation PS4 or the Nintendo Switch this is the shops you should look. That's why all the major national and international players are at the rendezvous of Black Friday France. There are a large number of brands in all categories such as Carrefour, Cdiscount, Decathlon, Groupon, Leroy Merlin, La Redoute, Sephora, Yves Rocher, who participate in this operation both on the internet and in stores. You will find promotions from Paris to Lyon via Bordeaux, Marseille, Toulouse or Nantes.
Among the best offers of Black Friday in France, we find the flagship categories of the event. High tech and gaming are in the spotlight, followed by fashion, sport, cosmetics and travel. Some examples of promotions offered:
In France, brands have also chosen to dynamise a lower shopping period by creating a new event equivalent to the Spring Black Friday called "the French Days". This year, the event will take place from April 27 to May 1, 2020. Last year, we saw La Redoute, Cdiscount, Rue du commerce, Fnac-Darty and Showroomprive come together to offer deals on their products.
None, except the participating brands and shops. of course, you will find all the international shops such as La Fnac or La Redoute. But our favorite Swiss shops are there. It was also Manor who launched Black Friday in Switzerland in 2015. MediaMarkt even created its own event before summer, Red Friday. Finally, many local shops in Geneva, Zurich, Lausanne, Saint Gallen and Friborg also take the opportunity to offer incredible actions on Swissmade products.