The Cyber Deals on Apple products are not better than on Black Friday.
The deals on Apple gadget will not improve on Cyber Monday. It even looks like the deals will be worse and fewer. Best Buy's Cyber Monday deals on Apple are telling. The discount on the iPad Air is up to $50 and select iMac and MacBooks come with $100 discounts.
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Best Buy offers in Saturday's extended Black Friday sale better deals in iMac and MacBooks with $200 off.
Best Buy announced in the leaked Cyber Monday ad that there will be no Apple Watch deal.
Target's sitewide 15% off combined with the 5% offf with RedCard is maybe a way to go to save on Apple items in the Target Cyber Monday sale. We have to wait see if the sitewide discount is applying to Apple item like the Apple Watch.
The MacMall Cyber Monday 2015 sale kicked off today with pretty much the same discounts they offered on Black Friday.
Apple has cancelled Black Friday and we also do not expect Apple Stores to surprise with an Apple Cyber Monday sale.
When is Cyber Monday 2015? Officially Cyber Monday 2015 is on Nov. 30. Walmart and Amazon kicked off on Saturday the Cyber Week 2015 sales events, offering the first cyber deals of the year. The full Cyber Monday 2015 sales will already launch on Sunday, with Walmart specifically calling out 8pm ET as start time. ToysRUs Cyber Monday 2015 sale already kicks off at 8am ET. Amazon is expected to begin Cyber Monday 2015 right after midnight Pacific.
Walmart will have all announced Cyber Monday 2015 deals on sale on Sunday at 8pm ET. Missing the launch, will mean missing the best Walmart Cyber Monday deals.
Cyber deals are less about insane deals, like Black Friday is. Cyber Monday is all about online sales. The stores are not part usually of Cyber Monday. There are myriads of deals at considerable discounts on vast range of items. The best discounts can be found on mid-range and high-end goods. Several retailer have announced sitewide discounts in the range of 15% to 20%. These sitewide deals are sometimes stackable, creating deep discounts.
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 Cyber Week 2015 sales have started right after Black Friday on Saturday, Nov. 28. Most shops are going extend Cyber Monday into a Cyber Week.
Find the latest Cyber Monday 2015 news in our Cyber Monday Hub.