It's often scam. Be careful and (next time at least) think ahead, what do you need watch the price development over 2-3 month before black Friday and then loo for good offerings.
Black Friday is my favourite time of the year, I love to watch fat Americans beating each other to death for the ability to buy a TV that is at the end of it's relevancy for like %5 off.
In polandia its called "black frajer" (frajer in this context in loose translation means "a loser" or "a sucker"). Shops bump the prices beforehand to give you an "amazing offer!" when the frajer starts. THe worst part of it - people fall for it.
pixel 7, pixel buds pro, Pulsar xlite v2 mini, lgg saturn
spent $240 to get clothes, about 10 things, all 50% off
I'm going to buy three games on Steam. That's it. Buying things, not that you need them or don't have them, but because they're newer or updated, and "on sale," is not a win, but your strategically calculated loss. It's basically the customer being a trash mob, to the business as the Tank role using a Taunt ability.
Bought Commander Keen on Steam
So far bought Timberland 6' Premiums black 165€ normal 220€, Logitech Streamcam 70€ normal 150€ about(Brio first but returned due to fault), Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order like 6€
It's black 2 weeks in Norway, don't think there are any good offers that isn't 4-5 other times a year.
Sneakers and some pc parts
yes i bought a 360hz monitor for $200
even tho i have a 1650
I waited to buy a pizza oven that I was going to buy anyway, didn't end up saving very much though