Critics have long blamed the decline in the holiday spirit on a rise in consumerism, with Black Friday as the unofficial start date of the holiday shopping season. The rise of holiday sales, shopping and the obsession with scoring deep discounts has pushed out the true meaning of what it means to get together with family throughout November and December. Others are snapping up those deals to find the perfect gifts for their loved ones. What do you think? 🎁
Is Black Friday ruining the holidays?
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