Black Friday 2022: All you need to know about the year's biggest shopping event

It's officially time to prepare for the holiday shopping season.

From Black Friday sales popping early to worries about inflation, the 2022 holiday shopping season is going one for the record books.

Black Friday is the day after Thanksgiving, which means the 'Biggest Shopping Day of the Year' will be on November 25.

However, Black Friday 2022 sales are already live right.

Here's what we expect to see this year.

1. Online shopping will reign supreme. The pandemic inspired both shoppers and stores to focus more on online deals rather than in-store ones.

2. More stores will follow the trend of keeping their doors closed on Turkey Day. Thanksgiving Day will be an online shopping bonanza.

3. With inflation driving up prices, many shoppers are looking for ways to make their purchases easier on their wallets.

4. Amazon and other retailers have trade-in programs that give shoppers credit for their used items.

5.  High-tech items will  see amazing discounts on Black Friday.

6. You'll also be able to find great deals on home improvement items from retailers like Lowe's and Home Depot.