The Saturday after Black Friday commonly known as Black Saturday offers a mixed list of sales. Here is the round up of online sales you can shop today.
Black Friday 2014 is over or is it? Today retailers have different ideas what sales to offer on the day after Black Friday. Some retailers just continue to offer Black Friday sales like Target does. Others have already launched Cyber Monday 2014 sales including Walmart, Amazon and Sam's Club.
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Then there is Best Buy. The retailer is offering still the Black Friday sale and a new 2-Day Cyber Savings Sale. What is gone are the Black Saturday or Saturday morning sales that for instance Walmart promoted in past years.
Walmart stores continue Black Friday sales as the Black Friday Ad is valid until Sunday. Of course you won't find any stock of the hot doorbuster deals left. Find below the list of the best sales to shop on Saturday.
Remember that most Cyber Monday 2014 sales will launch on Sunday and that the best Cyber Monday deals are already on sale on Sunday. Monday will see some more new deals, but the first big wave of Cyber Monday deals is already on Sunday. Check our Cyber Monday Deals Tracker for the best Cyber deals on sale now.
See all announced Cyber Monday Sales and Deals.
Cyber Monday 2014 is expected to beat all online sales records. As Black Friday grows dramatically online on Thanksgiving Day, Cyber Monday is under pressure to deliver. Let's see what retailers are offering to keep Cyber Monday to biggest online sales event of the year.
Cyber Monday starts earlier than ever and will be longer than ever. The first big Cyber Monday sales will start to offer Cyber Deals on Saturday, Nov. 29. Walmart and Amazon are again driving the early launch schedule for Cyber Monday. Both retailer kick off Cyber Monday on Saturday. I4U News is tracking Cyber deals throughout the whole Cyber Week. Do not miss a Cyber Monday deal and follow us on Twitter and check our Cyber Monday Deals Page often.
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Cyber Monday, a term coined by Shop.org in 2005, got established when retailers saw a trend of consumers shopping online on the Monday after Thanksgiving. Today, Cyber Monday is viewed as the online equivalent to Black Friday. Cyber Monday 2013 is expected to a huge sales day again this year - most likely the biggest.
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