In recent years Black Friday has become the most relevant annual shopping event of the year. Technological devices and warm clothing are usually the most demanded products. On this occasion Oleoestepa joins the event to claim that whims can not only be technological, but can also be enjoyed at the table.
For this reason, Oleoestepa launches a very appetizing promotion based on a 10% discount on purchases through the online store of the different varieties of Oleoestepa Extra Virgin Olive Oils in glass formats (250, 500 and 750 ml).
This promotion will be valid until Sunday, November 27th, inclusive. In order to make use of this time-limited promotion, all you have to do is include the promotional code BLACKFRIDAY22 at the time of the purchase process and the discount will be automatically applied to glass references. This promotion is not valid for plastic, tin and giftbox formats.
As surely you have doubts about Black Friday, we will answer your questions below.
What is the origin of Black Friday?
The name Black Friday originates from the 1950s in the United States, when masses of people would pour into the city the day after Thanksgiving and do some shopping. The police began to refer to that day as Black Friday (Black Friday) due to traffic and general chaos.
The term Black Friday was first used in the press in the late 1960s, but it wasn’t until the 1980s that American retailers saw its potential.
With the development of e-commerce, stores began to see even more potential. Shoppers have seamlessly adapted to the online environment, and with good reason. Not only do they benefit from pre-Christmas sales, but they also gain the convenience of never going beyond their front door to pick up a package, avoiding the cold of the time of year and the crowded stores.
In Spain, 2020 represented a turning point due to the pandemic and the restrictions, which is why many modest neighborhood stores and small online businesses saw in the avalanche of Black Friday offers the hope of somehow alleviating a difficult year.