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Every year it gets bigger and bigger and 2023 will be no different here at Leader Doors. Find out below how you can take advantage of our Black Friday deals this November.
Priority access to Black Friday/Cyber Monday deals with Leader newsletter sign-ups.
Unbeatable savings & discounts that won't be found any other time of the year.
In-home delivery or collect-in-store available.
Beat the Black Friday queues and shop online from the comfort of your own home.
Last year thousands of shoppers were ready to browse Thursday at midnight, and because we're online you can shop 24 hours a day to your hearts content. Our event is running all week up until midnight 2nd December, but please note, some offers will be limited on stock so the earlier you receive the deals the better (hint, hint, sign-up!!)
Our clearance "loss-leader" deals were extremely popular last year, with lots of doors, floors & more available at one-off clearance prices. We also hand-pick featured products and sometimes even offer discount codes for others who prefer to choose from a wider range of products!
Way back in 1869 in the USA, the first recorded use of the term "Black Friday" was in fact nothing to do with winter holiday shopping, but instead was due to a financial crisis - The collapse of the US gold market was when the term was coined.
Around the 1950's in Philadelphia, the term was often used by the Police, who started referring to the day after Thanksgiving as "Black Friday". This began because it was a day that nobody wanted to be at work, due to massive traffic jams, overcrowded city streets filled with shoppers and also sports fans travelling to the Annual local American Football game.
"Black Friday" caught on with retailers in Philadelphia, as the start of the Christmas shopping season. They tried to change the name to "Big Friday" however, this did not catch-on.
Retailers re-invented Black Friday as a positive experience. Turning it into a day where American stores finally made a profit. This then spread across the USA.
Amazon began offering "Black Friday discounts" in 2010, though not many of us noticed or took advantage! This was the first real time a discount day before Christmas happened, traditionally it was unheard of until Boxing Day.
Many big name UK stores began to offer in-store savings, and in 2013 sparked the trend which would begin Black Friday as we know it in the UK.
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