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Black Friday Deals

Thanksgiving is officially over, which means you will likely find yourself waking up the next morning wearing your favorite pajama pants – which you swear were not quite as tight before the dinner – and chowing down on leftovers from last night. But just because the party is over, doesn’t mean all the festivities are. We still have the day every shopper looks forward to, the day following Thanksgiving: Black Friday!

Black Friday is synonymous with sales, deals, and special offers. Bring a touch of nature into your Black Friday with a fresh bouquet. If you’re not sure what to buy as a gift on Black Friday, check with The Bouqs for eco-friendly, fresh flowers.

Order Black Friday Flowers Online

If you’re looking for deals on flowers to get a head-start on your holiday shopping, you’ve come to the right place. We have flowers specials running on Black Friday, deals of the week, and other offers running throughout the holiday season. You can also order in advanced for a Christmas table centerpiece, a Hanukkah flower arrangement or floral decorations for New Years parties.

Visit The Bouqs on Black Friday

With so many Black Friday deals surfacing, we at The Bouqs Co. couldn’t resist joining the fun. That’s why we’re offering our wonderful Bouqaneers a well-deserved discount off the entire site – talk about a Black Friday sale! Our collection boasts some of the best farm-fresh flowers and indoor plants you can find: roses, lilies, tulips, succulents, and other gorgeous stems!

Don’t pass up on one of the best Black Friday deals out there! Browse through our collection and complete your holiday shopping checklist early!


When Is Black Friday?

This year Black Friday is Friday, November 26th, 2021. Black Friday is always the Friday after Thanksgiving Thursday. However, Black Friday deals can begin early. Some retailers or eCommerce sites may begin Black Friday deals on Thanksgiving itself or even on the Wednesday before. Some businesses even begin Black Friday deals at the start of Thanksgiving week and extend them through the following weekend.

Why Is It Called Black Friday?

Most people know the day after Thanksgiving is called Black Friday. But why? For the day after Thanksgiving, the name originated in Philadelphia in the 1950s. The between Thanksgiving Thursday and the traditional Army-Navy football game on Saturday would see huge throngs of people pour into the city for shopping and tourism. Philly police dubbed the day Black Friday. By the 1980s, the term was used across the United States.

But the first time the term was used, was actually Sept.24, 1869. Two financial speculators, Jay Gould and Jim Fisk caused a market crash on that day that saw the stock market lose 20% of its value. Wheat and corn lost 50% of their value.

When Did Black Friday Start?

Black Friday began in the 1950s in Philadelphia due to crowds of shoppers and tourists filling the city for holiday shopping. The tradition spread across the country and by the 1980s, Black Friday deals were widespread everywhere.