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Black Friday 2021 gives you the oppurtunity to get the best deals on furniture, home furnishings and decorations in our biggest design sale of the year. With our Black Friday offers you'll find bargains and unbelievable deals, on top of our already competitive prices here at Nordic Nest.
Nowadays the sale normally already starts the Monday prior to Black Friday, with Black week. The deals are then offered all through Black Weekend, and the last day to shop Black Friday deals is on Cyber Monday, three days after.
During the 2021 Black Friday sale, customers of Nordic Nest can take advantage of a huge range of discounts and special offers from the finest and most famous brands that Scandinavia has to offer. We also offer inspiration and tips for great interior design throughout the whole home at competitive prices.
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Black Friday marks the annual start of Christmas shopping internationally and during this time it is common to find low prices, discounts and special offers, both online and in stores. In recent years, Black Friday has become a highly anticipated time of the year for shops and shoppers .It's recognised as the perfect opportunity to shop bargains Christmas gifts and treats, with online shopping becoming more popular than ever. And here at Nordic Nest, we make Christmas shopping even easier – no queues and no stress, only great prices on furniture and interior with scandinavian design!
Surprisingly, there is no clear answer to this.
The name itself has its roots in Philadelphia and the mid 1960s. Heavy traffic caused by cars and people walking on the steets, going to the stores to shop on this specific day, made both bus drivers and the police describe this phenomenon as "Black Friday".
The physical shops however did not like the negative tone that was used for the biggest shopping day of the year. Later, in the 1980s, they therefore tried to turn this negativity into something positive buy saying that Black Friday stands for the start of their Christmas sales, which takes place on the Friday right after Thanksgiving and gives them the opportunity to transform their negative amounts in red (losses) to positive amounts in black (profit); branding the day Black Friday according to the colour of the positive numbers provided by the sales.