Saturday's Black Friday And Cyber Monday Sales Round-Up

Posted: Nov 28 2015, 11:09am CST | by , Updated: Nov 28 2015, 11:11am CST, in News | Black Friday


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Saturday's Black Friday and Cyber Monday Sales Round-Up
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The day after Black Friday has a mixed personality.

Saturday after Black Friday has an identity crisis when it comes to sales events. Amazon, Walmart and Kohl's are already offering the Cyber Week sales, while Best Buy and others extend Black Friday.

Best Buy has added this morning new Black Friday deals including iPhone 6S and iPhone 6 discounts of $100 with 2-yr contracts. The Galaxy S6 $250 Gift card is also still available. Select iPad Air 2 models are $125 off. other Apple deals include $779.99 MacBook Air, $899.99 MacBook Pro and $899.99 21.5-inch iMac. 

Best Buy also offers Samsung TV and Xbox One Bundles online as deal of the day. A Samsung TV and Xbox One bundle was only available in stores yesterday. 

The Black Friday sale at Sam's Club continues as well with new deals. The membership warehouse also released its Cyber Monday deals today.

Target continues its 10 day of deals. Today when you spend $100 you save $50 on Christmas decorations in-store and online with promo code MERRY. Target also offers still several of the Black Friday deals including the $299 Sony PS4 Console bundle.

Walmart, Amazon and Kohl's kicked off on Saturday the Cyber Week 2015 sales events offering the first cyber deals. We have already launched our Cyber Monday 2015 deals tracker, where you can find the best Cyber Monday deals on sale now.

Today is also Small Business Saturday. You can consciously support your local shops and buy items there and not head out to the big malls. Thanksgiving Weekend is also the last chance to get Black Friday Deals on Cars.

Black Friday and Thanksgiving Day have reached combined online sales volume of $4.45 billion, with $2.72 billion on Black Friday and $1.73 billion on Thanksgiving Day. Cyber Monday sales reached $2.64 billion last year. Cyber Monday 2015 is set to grow as Black Friday 2015 did. The extension of Cyber Monday to a 2-Day event will spur the growth.

The first full Cyber Monday 2015 sales will already launch on Sunday, with Walmart specifically releasing cyber deals beginning at 8pm ET. ToysRUs Cyber Monday 2015 sale already kicks off at 8am ET. Amazon is expected to begin Cyber Monday 2015 right after midnight Pacific.

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