Black Friday: Here are the most searched items on Google

Black Friday: Here are the most searched items on Google

Black Friday and Cyber ​​Monday are fast approaching and Google Canada has unveiled the most searched items in Quebec in anticipation of these two days of shopping frenzy. Here is what we are likely to find under the Christmas tree of Quebecers this year.

An incorrigible classic, the famous Christmas pajamas are the most sought-after item of clothing in Quebec according to Google Canada. Another more to add to your chest of drawers, then. Next would be jackets, Nike socks, North Face coats and, finally, UGG Ultra Mini boots.

On the toy side, timeless brands are also at the forefront. Thus, the LEGO Spike, the Playmobil Police, the fashion Bratz doll, the stuffed animals and the Fisher-Price farm would be the most sought after.

It is not a discovery, Black Friday and Cyber ​​Monday are often times favored by certain consumers to buy electronic products. According to Google Canada, the number 1 search for Quebecers in the field would be the Pixel7 cell phone, a device manufactured by… Google. The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 graphics card, portable MiFi mobile routers, wireless headphones and cameras would follow.

In the category of beauty products, the most searched on the search engine would be the Dyson Airwrap, the luxury hair dryer that has invaded TikTok and which allows you to give your hair a multitude of styles . The price of the gift box? $749.99, nothing less!  

Next, we find the Laneige lip mask, the CeraVe skin care cream, the Essence mascara and finally, the clarifying shampoo.

Finally, when it comes to the most sought-after household appliances, there is the blender, the microwave, the upright freezer, the Dyson V15 vacuum cleaner and the dehumidifier.

With such options, we can think that Black Friday and Cyber ​​Monday are not just occasions to buy gifts for those who are dear to us. Honestly, would you really like to receive a dehumidifier as a Christmas present?

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