Despite the decision that could be taken by the next government with which Andress Manuel López Obrador will lead the "Good End", this will continue, as it has enough consistency to continue as a private initiative; For this edition, which will take place from 16 to 19 November, sales are expected to exceed 100,000 million pesos.
José Manuel López Campos, President of the Confederation of Trade, Services and Tourism of the Concanaco Servytur Confederation, said he hoped to reach 97,000 million pesos, which is 5% more than the 92,700 recorded in the previous edition, although sales of flights and flights could exceed 100 000 million pesos.
The number of involved companies is 70,000.
In the period from 2011, when the program began, and in 2017, the cheapest weekend sales increased by 132%, from 40,000 million pesos to 93,000 million pesos.
In this release, mobile users will be able to download a mobile application with which they can compare prices and monitor the participating stores.
Concanaco's vice president for innovation and technology, Víctor Gutiérrez, said that this first version of the Android platform would allow those who are interested to create a dynamic map showing the companies involved and their turning points, but will be issued recommendations for consumption
Another innovation this year is the addition of service companies to the tourism sector, which will be participating for the third year in a row. Service companies are companies such as clinics, offices, counseling, brokerage services, software, in addition to the participation of some government and local government governments that make promotions or discounts on service charges such as land, water, construction permits.
Rogelio Cerda Pérez, head of the Federal Consumer Protection Agency (Profeco), said that the best-selling products include clothing, screens, shoes, mobile phones, home appliances.
According to Concanaco, last year's total sales were made to 40,000 million pesos with credit cards and departmental cards, 29,400 million pesos were made in cash and 23,300 million pesos with debit cards.
In 2017, the average ticket was 1774 pesos, while plastic billing operations were 673 pesos.
Vice President Vicente Yáñez Solloa, the National Association of Self-Service Stores and Department stores (ANTAD), foresees that the agency-related companies will receive 40,000 million pesos. Erick Pérez Groves, President of the Mexican Online Sales Association, said that in 2017 online sales grew by 43% over the program period, and more than 75% of buyers would use the device for purchases.
Confederation of Latin American Confederation of Tourism Organizations Armando Bojurquez said that in the end of 2018, 250 000 hotel nights and 350 000 airplane seats will be offered to the 30 airlines participating in the program.
Fine was 1 mp
Sears, most sanctioned in the 2017 edition
The 2017 edition of Buen Fin, Sears, Martí, Sanborn, Walmart and Coppel was the most authorized service provider of the Federal Consumer Protection Agency (Profeco).
According to Profeco, last year total sanctions against suppliers were 8 million pesos; however, 94% of the complaints were immediately harmonized, and this year they expect to see a 100% reconciliation.
In the targeting category, suppliers were penalized by 3 million pesos. The biggest fine was taken by Sears, with just over 1 million pesos, without specifying what it was.
From November 16 to November 19, the unit will deploy approximately 1,500 officials to serve consumers and will have 177 departing modules. So far, Profeco has made 141,000 price counts for about 640 products with more demand in 49 cities in the country.
In conjunction with the Buen Fin SAT initiative, there is an annual lottery between those who make purchases.