With increasing hours at various stores across the U.S. in time for holiday shopping, many flocked to malls at odd hours or have been online all day.
But with the glamorization of shopping for some major deals, are we actually turning against it and seeing it as complete and utter consumerism compared to just getting a good deal.
A move today trending on Facebook – #BuyNothingDay is all about that.
Instead of companies selling us more, many have actually brought on the the movement.
This protest not only means no shopping on this day, but also sit ins at various stores.
So is this push for sales helping consumerism or actually turning their customers against them?
Are you hunting for deals or protesting it? What do you think will be the future of Black Friday? Will it go gray?