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Black Friday Web Hosting Deals 2018

Black Friday / Cyber Monday Coupon Codes & Promos

Shared Hosting Only $1/mo.

Get shared hosting from HostPapa for only $1 per month when you buy a package of 36 months. This offer includes two websites, one FREE domain name, 100 GB of disk space and cPanel. This is perhaps one the best Black Friday web hosting deals so far. Ideal for WordPress sites. For only $36, you can't go wrong! Valid from Friday Nov 23rd at 12:01am to Tuesday, Nov 27th at 12:01am.

  • Shared Hosting
87% OFF

95% OFF WordPress Hosting

Save 95% off the first month on all new hosting plans from WPX Hosting. All hosting plans include fast WPX Cloud CDN, DDoS protection and 1-click WordPress installations. USA and UK hosting locations. This Black Friday deal is valid from November 22nd to November 30th.

  • Shared Hosting
95% OFF

Up to 75% OFF Cloud VPS

Save up to 75% on Cloud VPS hosting from Turnkey Internet. Includes SSD storage on all plans.
• 4 CPU, 4 GB RAM, 40 GB Disk: $29.99 $9.99/mo.
• 8 CPU, 8 GB RAM, 80 GB Disk: $49.99 $19.99/mo.
• 14 CPU, 14 GB RAM, 140 GB Disk: 159.99 $39.99/mo.

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75% OFF

90% OFF cPanel Web Hosting

Get fast and reliable web hosting from Turnkey Internet for only $9.99 $1 per month. Includes unlimited SSD storage, unmetered transfer, up to five (5) domains and FREE SSL certificates. No promo code required.

  • Shared Hosting
90% OFF

Quad Core Servers From $15/mo.

Get a dedicated server featuring a X3210 2.13 Ghz, QuadCore CPU, 8GB RAM and 120 GB SSD for only $15 per month ($191.88 per year). This deal ends on November 18.

  • Dedicated Servers
95% OFF

Unlimited Shared Hosting for a Limited Time

For a limited time only, new customers get shared hosting for just $4.95/mo (that's $60 off our regular plan!).

Dates: 11/23 - 11/26

  • Shared Hosting
$60 OFF

20% OFF All 12+ Month Hosting Plans

Use this Black Friday coupon code to save 20% off your first year with Lunarpages. Starter Linux Hosting includes LPCP control panel, 5 GB storage and 50GB of bandwidth for only $3.95/mo. See website for more plans.

Dates: 11/21-11/26

  • Shared Hosting
20% OFF

Up to 50% OFF New Hosting

Take advantage of this Pre-Black Friday Sale from HostGator India and save up to 50% OFF new hosting plans. Choice of US and India locations. Enter this coupon code at checkout.

  • Shared Hosting
  • Reseller Hosting
  • VPS
  • Dedicated Servers
50% OFF

20% OFF UK Dedicated Servers

Take advantage of this deal to get 20% off the first month on all dedicated servers from *******. Get an Intel Xeon E3-1220v6 3.0GHz, 8 GB RAM and 2 x 2TB SATA from only £69.99. This offer will be valid on Black Friday (23rd November) & Cyber Monday (26th November).

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20% OFF
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50% OFF UK VPS Hosting

Use this coupon code to get 50% off your first month on all VPS hosting plans from *******. Get 2 CPU core, 30GB SSD storage, 1.5GB of RAM and cPanel or Plesk from only £12.99/mo. This offer will be valid on Black Friday (23rd November) & Cyber Monday (26th November).

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50% OFF
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33% OFF UK WordPress Hosting

Save 33% on all WordPress hosting plans from *******. Get 1 GB of SSD storage, host one (1) WordPress site and 1 email account from only £0.99/mo. This offer will be valid on Black Friday (23rd November) & Cyber Monday (26th November).

  • Shared Hosting
33% OFF
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What is the Black Friday?

What is the Black Friday / Cyber Monday Sale?

Black Friday originates in the United States and falls every year on the first Friday following Thanksgiving. Many Americans make the bridge to prepare the Christmas party with their family and to make the first purchases of Christmas. As a result, traders have higher incomes that they use to offer their customers special shares, promotions and discounts. In the United States, it’s mostly physical stores that use Black Friday. That’s why online retailers have launched Cyber Monday, which takes place the next Monday.

Where Does the Black Friday Come From?

Abraham Lincoln made the last Thursday of November the official Thanksgiving day. A tradition wanted the department stores to start their Christmas offers after the party. At the beginning of the twentieth century, many large signs began to organize parades and other festive gatherings to kick off the sale. Macy’s created their own in 1924 in New York City. It still exists today.

As for the origins of the name “Black Friday”, several rumors circulate. First version: In the early nineteenth century, the day after Thanksgiving, the slaves would have been sold off to help landowners spend the winter. This rumor leads every year to boycotts of the Black Friday. This rumor was denied.

Another explanation appeared in the 80’s. According to this one, traders marked red ink deficits in their accounts and black ink profits. The “Black Friday” being the day the traders passed from red to black through the sale, Friday post-Thanksgiving would have been renamed “Black Friday.”

A story created from all parts according to Bonnie Taylor Blake, a neuroscience researcher at the University of North Carolina. After studying several newspapers and historical documents, she claims that the term “Black Friday”, used to design the crash of 1929, resurfaced in December 1961. It appears in an official publication of the Philadelphia Police. The agents called the Friday in question “Black Friday” because of the traffic jams that day caused by football fans who came to Philadelphia every year to attend, on Saturday, the Derby Navy-Army, between two teams of West Point. To add disorder to the mess, some supporters took advantage of it to use in crowded stores. The phenomenon recurring every year, the inhabitants of Philadelphia have adopted the expression.

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