Friday November 29 is a great day!
The origin of Black Friday
When a day is preceded by "black", it is generally an indication that it was a rather bad day (hello, Friday the 13th!). Black Friday had a similar connotation.
The very first use of the term "Black Friday" dates back to 1869 and had nothing to do with Christmas shopping. It was the day when the collapse in gold prices caused a stock market crash, the effects of which were felt by the American economy for years.
The first reports of Black Friday as we know it would have occurred in the 1950s or 1960s in Philadelphia, invented by the traffic police who feared this day.
"The Philadelphia Police Service used this term to describe the traffic jams and heavy traffic in downtown retail stores," said David Zyla, Emmy-winning stylist and author of "How to Win at Shopping ". He noted that one of the first uses of the term in the print media appeared in an advertisement in a 1966 issue of "The American Philatelist" a magazine for stamp collectors.
For our fervent readers!
As mentioned above: from 29/11 to 02/11 midnight you can take advantage of discount codes promoted on our various social networks but as you have read our article until the end we will explain a little secret to you:
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Also some discounts are already applied to our products which you can instantly benefit from when checking out.
Note: You can always support the ambassador of our favorite brand, the ambassador codes will always be available.
Stay tuned and have a good black friday!