Home Depot Cancels Black Friday, But Offers New Options
Home Depot has deiced to cancel Black Friday this year, or at least it’s “reinventing” it. The home improvement retailer said it’s just taking a different approach to the annual one-day shopping frenzy that occurs the day after Thanksgiving. Instead of a single day, Home Depot has announced that it will offer Black Friday discounts for two months.
For the first time ever, our Black Friday prices will be available throughout the holiday season. Savings will start in early November and last through December, both in-store and on homedepot.com. Customers can expect deals to be available both in its stores and online, and mobile app users will get exclusive early access to some discounts.
The move comes at a time when retailers are rethinking their plans for the holiday shopping season as coronavirus cases rise. Having huge crowds rush into stores to get the bets deals is not ideal for social distancing.
All Home Depot stores will be closed on Thanksgiving Day this year so that associates and customers can enjoy important time with family and loved ones.
Decorating and Gift Giving, Improved
Season-long deals will be available in every aisle and across homedepot.com on items like holiday décor, online home décor, appliances, smart home, and tools and hardware.
Flexibility to Shop Whenever, Wherever
Shop the season in a way that works best for you. Home Depot offers free shipping on over 1 million items, providing you flexibility with in-store pick-up or home delivery options. Fresh trees can even be shipped directly to your doorstep from homedepot.com with no shipping fee.
Special Sneak Peek on Savings
For the first time, The Home Depot mobile app users will have exclusive access to view deals in November before they go live online. You can download the Home Depot mobile app to your iPhone, iPad or Android to save time, money and stay organized. Use the app’s Product Locator feature to check inventory at your local store and find what you need fast this holiday season.
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