Black Friday, White Friday, now iShopping.pk announces ‘Friday Bazaar’ from 27-30 November


The shopping fiesta which is globally celebrated is all set to hit Pakistan, yeah we are talking about the Black Friday, but keep it in mind that the idea of discount packages/offers will not be going with the same name, however, the intention of all online retailer is to provide huge discounts to their customers.


Not to forget that the day ‘Black Friday’ was rarely known in Pakistan but this year it seems that it will also be the busiest day of shopping in Pakistan. As firstly the initiative was upheld by the Daraz.pk with the traditional name of ‘Black Friday’. But sooner another leading retailer Homeshopping.pk joined the party as they introduced three-day shopping festival named ‘White Friday’.

Amid all this enters iShopping.pk, with showing their inventiveness they will be launching the discounted offers on 27th November (Black Friday) but they are up with the name ‘Friday Bazaar’.

And Why is it Friday Bazaar?

(Here is the logic)  You may have heard of Black and White Fridays – here at iShopping.pk, we respect the enormous cultural, religious and enriching values that make us proud to be a Pakistani. We don’t follow western standards; we make our own. Be a proud Pakistani and join this exclusive shopping festival titled ‘Bazaar’ that truly represents our country’s ethics and ideals.


Special offers and discounts

Up to 70% discount on more than 300 products.

Note: All of three shopping fiesta will be beginning at midnight 12 on November 26, although Daraz.pk’s Black Friday will be lasting for 1 day (24 hours), on the other hand, iShopping.pk and Homeshopping.pk’s discounted event will be going on for 3 days (72 hours).

Go and grab some exciting offers: iShopping.pk Friday Bazaar

What is Black Friday?

As we told that the day was originated by Americans, Black Friday is the last Friday of the November, which is the day after Thanksgiving Day and a couple of days before Cyber Monday, which is celebrated widely in the US. In many of the states of US, this is off day and it is regarded as the Shopping weekend for Christmas.

From where it came?

There are two popular theories as to why the day after Thanksgiving Day is called Black Friday. One theory is that the wheels of vehicles in heavy traffic on the day after Thanksgiving Day left many black markings on the road surface, leading to the term Black Friday.


Rana Hamza is local journalist from Multan and work for local news agency. He is also Feature Writer for Web.pk and very active in sports and showbiz news insights. He holds Masters in English Writing. Mashable Pakistans's Web Culture Reporter. Reach out to him on Twitter via email at hamza [at] web.pk. Hamza graduated from Emerson University of Multan in 2015.

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