Black Friday in Pakistan

When we coin the term Black Friday in Pakistan, it will probably be everything except SHOPPING!

Friday a sacred day, a half day, Friday prayers all of that is associated with it, and Black Friday would simply mean adding fire to the coal!

Black Friday would signify terror, pain, bloodshed and other worse entities.

However luckily we never had a Black Friday here only Fridays. And for those who are aware…. It means BIG TIME SHOPPING!

Black Friday History

The following day after Thanksgiving (fourth Thursday in November) is Black Friday.

The term “Black Friday” was coined in the 1960s to mark the start to the Christmas shopping season. “Black” refers to profit. Basically Black Friday is the unofficial start of the bustling holiday shopping season

It marks the beginning of the Christmas shopping season in the US. This Day started gaining popularity in the early 2000’s when retailers started opening their shops very early even during overnight hours.

So What’s the Connection Between Black Friday and Pakistan?

Since nowadays social media, the internet and the bombardment of information tells everyone everything. Black Friday isn’t new too.

Black Friday will be marked on 27th November 2015 this year all around the world including Pakistan and the stores that will be offering killer shopping deals is

There will be astounding discount deals on a huge number of products from fashion accessories, branded clothes, mobiles, electronic items etc.

So if you are planning to buy a new phone, or a fridge or anything then you must simply hold your horses and wait till the 27th of November when you can avail money saving deals from Daraz.

I have a huge list of shopping in mind and can’t wait for Black Friday shopping at Are you coming too?