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ShamrockGift.com has a great selection of Black Friday deals to satisfy your every Irish desire. With prices as low as $8.95, our range of Black Friday specials on Irish gifts includes all the name brands you want from Ireland, like Guinness, Carraig Donn, and Bushmills, as well as modern brands renowned for their fine craftsmanship and emphasis on Irish design. Companies like Royal Tara, Traditional Craft, and Saol offer timeless Irish motifs on all their gifts, including Celtic knot patterns and designs inspired by the Book of Kells. Whether you’re looking for the perfect stocking stuffer like a Guinness-scented candle or tea set from Royal Tara, or you’re on the hunt for bigger ticket items like Aran sweaters, we’ve got a phenomenal range of Black Friday Irish gifts at all price points. Black Friday is the day after Thanksgiving, and while not an official national holiday in the United States, since the late 19th century it has heralded in the traditional beginning of the Christmas shopping season. In the 1800s, department stores would often close for Thanksgiving, but that didn’t mean they weren’t working. In cities around North America, stores like Macy’s and Eaton’s would host Thanksgiving Day parades as a form of advertising for their holiday deals and merchandise. These parades typically ended with the appearance of Santa, codifying the idea that Christmas shopping didn’t begin until Santa was in town. According to some scholars, this led to an unspoken agreement between most large American department stores not to begin Christmas advertising until after Thanksgiving, marking the day after Thanksgiving as the first day when each store would begin its Christmas push. Still, it wasn’t until the 1980s that the term “Black Friday” became associated completely with the day after Thanksgiving. In fact, until that decade, the most notorious “Black Friday” was quite the opposite, being associated with the Panic of 1869, when President Grant learned of an attempt by wealthy businessmen to monopolize the U.S. gold market. On that Black Friday, he ordered the release of gold from the National Treasury, triggering an 18% drop in its price in a single day, causing numerous investors to loose fortunes. In the 1950s, the term Black Friday first appears as linked to the day after Thanksgiving, though only in certain cities like Philadelphia and Rochester, whose police forces used “Black Friday” to refer to the downtown congestion caused by the first shopping day of the Christmas season. This is arguably the origin of the term we now use. In fact, it wasn’t until the term had begun to spread nationally that department stores recognized they might not benefit from a bleak description of city crowds and traffic on the day after Thanksgiving. It was then that an alternate origin was proposed and quickly adopted as the standard still widely reported today—Black Friday is the day of the fiscal year when retailers first go into the black, i.e. make a profit. Traditionally, retailers do the vast majority of their sales during the Christmas season, and it is standard accounting practice to mark losses in red and profits in black, hence, Black Friday is the day when accountants can finally put away their red pens. Today, Black Friday signifies as much a rush to physical stores as it does deals to be had online, and ShamrockGift.com has some of the best. With a carefully curated selection from across our website, we offer only the highest quality Irish gifts to give a sense of how you can bring Ireland and your Irish heritage into your home. Shop our Black Friday specials today and save on some of our best-selling brands and gifts, and come back for Cyber Monday to see what else we’ve added. Don’t forget to sign up to our email list to receive the latest in our holiday flash sales, held throughout the season.
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ShamrockGift.com has a great selection of Black Friday deals to satisfy your every Irish desire. With prices as low as $8.95, our range of Black Friday specials on Irish gifts includes all the name brands you want from Ireland, like Guinness, Carraig Donn, and Bushmills, as well as modern brands renowned for their fine craftsmanship and emphasis on Irish design. Companies like Royal Tara, Traditional Craft, and Saol offer timeless Irish motifs on all their gifts, including Celtic knot patterns and designs inspired by the Book of Kells. Whether you’re looking for the perfect stocking stuffer like a Guinness-scented candle or tea set from Royal Tara, or you’re on the hunt for bigger ticket items like Aran sweaters, we’ve got a phenomenal range of Black Friday Irish gifts at all price points.
Black Friday is the day after Thanksgiving, and while not an official national holiday in the United States, since the late 19th century it has heralded in the traditional beginning of the Christmas shopping season. In the 1800s, department stores would often close for Thanksgiving, but that didn’t mean they weren’t working. In cities around North America, stores like Macy’s and Eaton’s would host Thanksgiving Day parades as a form of advertising for their holiday deals and merchandise. These parades typically ended with the appearance of Santa, codifying the idea that Christmas shopping didn’t begin until Santa was in town. According to some scholars, this led to an unspoken agreement between most large American department stores not to begin Christmas advertising until after Thanksgiving, marking the day after Thanksgiving as the first day when each store would begin its Christmas push.
Still, it wasn’t until the 1980s that the term “Black Friday” became associated completely with the day after Thanksgiving. In fact, until that decade, the most notorious “Black Friday” was quite the opposite, being associated with the Panic of 1869, when President Grant learned of an attempt by wealthy businessmen to monopolize the U.S. gold market. On that Black Friday, he ordered the release of gold from the National Treasury, triggering an 18% drop in its price in a single day, causing numerous investors to loose fortunes.
In the 1950s, the term Black Friday first appears as linked to the day after Thanksgiving, though only in certain cities like Philadelphia and Rochester, whose police forces used “Black Friday” to refer to the downtown congestion caused by the first shopping day of the Christmas season. This is arguably the origin of the term we now use. In fact, it wasn’t until the term had begun to spread nationally that department stores recognized they might not benefit from a bleak description of city crowds and traffic on the day after Thanksgiving. It was then that an alternate origin was proposed and quickly adopted as the standard still widely reported today—Black Friday is the day of the fiscal year when retailers first go into the black, i.e. make a profit. Traditionally, retailers do the vast majority of their sales during the Christmas season, and it is standard accounting practice to mark losses in red and profits in black, hence, Black Friday is the day when accountants can finally put away their red pens.
Today, Black Friday signifies as much a rush to physical stores as it does deals to be had online, and ShamrockGift.com has some of the best. With a carefully curated selection from across our website, we offer only the highest quality Irish gifts to give a sense of how you can bring Ireland and your Irish heritage into your home. Shop our Black Friday specials today and save on some of our best-selling brands and gifts, and come back for Cyber Monday to see what else we’ve added. Don’t forget to sign up to our email list to receive the latest in our holiday flash sales, held throughout the season.
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