Black Friday is on 25th November 2016. If you can't wait that long for a bargain, check out our other deals.
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Why not use Black Friday to do a bit of early Christmas shopping? You may be able to get a bargain on something really special, so you can make someone's Christmas without breaking the bank.
Keep a list of all the products you've bought so that when you're clicking and collecting you can be sure you've got everything you ordered.
Get your friends and family involved! Black Friday is far more fun when you share it with others. This way no one will miss out on great deals and you can head out together to collect any orders.
Look out for the extra special help we are providing to make Black Friday as stress-free as possible. We'll have more Argos colleagues than ever before in store, so don't be afraid to ask for help.
The term "Black Friday" originates in America. It refers to the day after Thanksgiving when retailers traditionally offer deals and discounts in what has become the unofficial launch of the festive shopping period.
This shopping phenomenon dates back as far as the Great Depression in 1939 when retailers successfully petitioned the President to move Thanksgiving to an earlier date so the Christmas shopping season would be longer!
The name "Black Friday" was created later on by the Philadelphia Police Department in the 1950s and 1960s. They used it to describe the chaos in the cities caused by the traffic jams and sheer volume of shoppers who came out to grab the best deals.
Not wanting to miss out, people began extending leave or calling in sick at Thanksgiving to get a four day weekend. Since stores were open on the Friday, many people
would make a start on their festive shopping. Due to this growing trend, many businesses started adding the Friday as an official paid holiday.
In the UK, the term Black Friday didn't really exist until 2010 and there was a real turning point in 2013 as public awareness grew. Last year Black Friday was the most popular to date in the UK and this year looks to be bigger and better.