Fantastic UK Black Friday Deals 2024
At Villiers Hotel, Buckinghamshire
Are you on the hunt for incredible Black Friday UK Hotel Deals and Cyber Monday specials in 2024?
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2024's Black Friday Hotel Deals are coming, so stay in touch and be one of the first to know what our 2024 offers will bring.
BLACK FRIDAY DEALS IN BUCKINGHAMSHIRE
Treat yourself to luxury and make unforgettable memories with our special Black Friday and Cyber Monday offers at Villiers.
Nestled in the heart of historic Buckingham town our charming 18th-century coaching inn hotel is perfect for your getaway or dining experience.
Stay tuned for special offers this 2024, whether it's for your own indulgence or to pamper your loved ones.
When is Black Friday 2024?
In the UK, Black Friday is on November 29, 2024. Remember to mark that date on your calendar because it's when you can discover amazing deals and big savings.
When is Cyber Monday 2024?
In the UK, Cyber Monday is on December 2, 2024. This day offers another fantastic opportunity for online deals and huge discounts at your favourite places.
BEST BLACK FRIDAY UK HOTEL DEALS IN THE SOUTH OF ENGLAND
Besides the fantastic deals at Villiers Hotel Buckingham, our lovely sister properties in the South of England are also offering outstanding Black Friday Hotel Deals.
Gorse Hill, Surrey
Explore an enchanting Edwardian mansion nestled in the picturesque countryside, only minutes from the vibrant Woking town centre.
Easthampstead Park, Berkshire
Experience the charm of a newly renovated Victorian mansion nestled amidst beautiful gardens and woodlands in the Berkshire countryside.
why do they call it black friday?
Black Friday is a time where you can find incredible offers, available both online and in physical stores. These discounts often extend through the weekend until Cyber Monday and sometimes even longer.
It's a popular day for many places around the world including the United Kingdom and USA. But why do they call it Black Friday?
Check out our sister properties article "Why Is It Called Black Friday?" for answers!
In short the term "Black Friday" has an interesting history.
The people of Philadelphia began using Black Friday to refer to the day between Thanksgiving and a major football game in the 1950s and 1960s.
Many tourists and shoppers would travel to the city from all over the place, making it challenging for the police to maintain order.
Retailers capitalized on the flood of people coming in by opening their shops earlier, closing later and offering special discounts on the day.
They redefined the term "Black Friday", connecting it to how accountants used red ink for losses and black ink for profits to indicate a company's financial health.
Consequently, it became the day when stores turned a profit. The name stuck and over time it has become known as a whole season of shopping.