For the third consecutive year, the online computer store PcComponentes has just announced its new PcDays, an event to celebrate the arrival of summer with significant discounts on a large part of the catalog of this online store. Thus, this new summer Black Friday of PcComponentes will begin on July 4 and, for the next 3 days, will allow us to buy hundreds of components and devices with significant discounts of up to 70%.
Each day will be focused on a specific theme:
- July 4, 2018; significant discounts on all kinds of components and gaming peripherals.
- July 5, 2018; special offers on televisions and appliances.
- July 6, 2018; discounts on computer components, smartphones, tablets and wearables.
In addition to these special sales, during these 3 days PcComponentes will launch its famous “express offers”, offers with very aggressive discounts for a limited time that will only apply to a very limited number of units, so we will have to be quick to get hold of them. they.
It’s not all discounts on Black Friday PcDays; PcComponentes also has important raffles prepared for us
In addition to the discounts that we will have on hundreds of products on July 4, 5 and 6, PcComponentes will also take advantage of its Black Friday to carry out several daily raffles on its social networks. Although for the moment the online store has not wanted to give more details about these raffles, nor about the other surprises that it has prepared for us for these PcDays, what we do know is that right now they are raffling off a 13.3-inch Xiaomi Mi Laptop, the new laptop announced two days ago by this manufacturer, among users who subscribe to its newsletter.
Finally, although the PcDays end on July 6, the weekend of July 7 and 8 PcComponentes also has several surprises prepared. Without a doubt, a great week of discounts awaits us, being a good opportunity to update our computer or get that gaming peripheral that we were waiting for so much at a very good price thanks to these new summer Black Friday sales from PcComponentes.
Black Friday, or “Black Friday”, is an originally American tradition that has been making its way in our country as the day the Christmas shopping season opens, and generally corresponds to the day after the fourth Thursday of November. . Black Friday has also ended up becoming a tradition in our country, and not just to kick off the Christmas shopping season.