The 29th of this month is the annual
“Black Friday” traditional shopping discount day.
The shopping discount information website RedFlagDeals.com
conducted the “Black Friday”
shopping 2019 survey earlier,
and 2,000 consumers responded.
As a result,
as many as 94.28% of consumers surveyed said
they plan to purchase this year.
The goods were nearly 16% higher than the 78.71% in 2017.
The survey also found that
more and more consumers believe that
the best deals of the year will be sold on the “Black Five”
instead of “Boxing Day”.
As many as 59.8% of respondents had this idea,
up from 50.71% in 2017.
Another 16.69% think that “Boxing Day”
is the time for the sale of the best concessions in the year,
which is lower than the 22.95% in 2017.
The “Black Friday” is the most popular product for domestic consumers,
which is electronic products,
which is of interest to 92.35%;
followed by clothing, with 46.82%.
The situation of online shopping in the “Black Five” has become more common.
67.06% of the respondents said that they would focus on online shopping,
and only 15.82% said they would take time off to go shopping.
The number of Canadian consumers
who are expected to travel to the United States on the “Black Friday”
has continued to decline in recent years.
Only 4.1% this year indicated that they would go south to shop,
far below the 15.5% in 2016.
Canadian consumers can say that the “Black Friday” has reached a feverish level.
According to the questionnaire survey,
41.46% of the respondents even believe that
the “Black Friday” should be listed as a national holiday by the authorities.