French Days, Sales, Black Friday. Three events that allow you to take advantage of great discounts and promotions on many products at a certain time of the year. Having said that, there are some differences between them. We explain it to you in this article.
French Days: Black Friday Made in France?
French Days are strongly inspired by Black Friday. However, the latter appeared in France 8 years ago, that is, in 2010. Indeed, the French days saw the light of day in 2018. The founders were 6 major electronic brands. CdiscountAnd the Shopping streetAnd the Showroomprive.comAnd the There is my dartyAnd the Bolanger And the stronghold.
If made in order to increase the turnover in the spring, before the summer cuts, they were held at the beginning of the school year (end September / early October), that is, about two months before Black Friday, the trade event from which it was inspired. All product universes are highlighted during these few days of promotions.
Hence, we find good deals on computers, smartphones, furniture and ready-to-wear clothes. Reductions can be as low as -60% during the French Days, which is enough for big savings while you have fun. Become a necessity, they’re added to winter and summer sales, Amazon Prime Day, and Cyber Monday.
French Sales and Days: What’s the difference between the two?
Both French Days and Sales are done twice a year. However, cuts are made in summer and winter. French Days are organized in the spring and back to school. Another difference is the duration of the two events. If sales are over four weeks, the French Days are only a few days away. The main goal of the French Days is to bridge this seasonal gap in promotions, while boosting e-commerce in France.
During the French days, losing selling is prohibited. Winter sales are regulated and their duration is determined by the Ministry of Economy. Finally, whether it is sales or French days, you have the right to a withdrawal period specified by law. This is 14 days.
Who are the e-commerce merchants taking part in the French Days?
The French Spring Days 2021 Will take place From Thursday 27 May to Wednesday 2 June. The official dates for the 2021 French Days were revealed recently. As we told you earlier, all French brands are participating in the “Made in France” event. More than 200 stores have participated in these days of promotions during the recent releases, and among those specialized in selling high-tech products, we mention the following: