Black Friday is already a tradition every November not only in the United States, but throughout the world. The period of greatest consumption of the year is just around the corner, a date that lovers of technology, electronics and video games mark especially on the calendar due to the large number of opportunities that arise. Black Friday 2021 is celebrated on the last Friday in November, after Thanksgiving, so this year will be the day November 26.
It may interest you:
- Black Friday on PlayStation: bargains for PS4 and PS5 for less than 10 euros
- Black Friday deals on Nintendo Switch: 25 incredible games for less than 20 euros
- Black Friday deals: 15 must-have PS5 and PS4 games on the PS Store
- Black Friday deals: 15 essential Xbox games at a reduced price
Black Friday is not just one day: dates from the 2021 edition
This year especially, after the toughest stages of the pandemic and with a crisis in semiconductor materials that will make it difficult to supply key products, large companies want Black Friday 2021 to start earlier, which is why we are seeing offers and promotions prior to Friday Black as such.
Hopefully this year Black Friday will last from November 26 to Friday December 3; including the great offers of the Cyber Monday (November 29), the Monday immediately after Black Friday.
Black Friday: deals on consoles, video games and peripherals
As in previous years, Black Friday will offer us all kinds of offers on consoles and video games. It will thus be the ideal opportunity to save some money (or take advantage of packs with game and control, something increasingly common) to get a PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S o Nintendo Switch OLED with discounts and special promotions.
Similarly, video games will receive great discounts in physical stores and digital portals such as PS Store, Xbox Store, Steam, Epic Games Store and the eShop.
Stay tuned to MeriStation to know the best offers and promotions on consoles and video games this Black Friday.