Cyber Monday 2015 is history and so are the $299 Xbox One and $299 Sony PS4 deals.
Today we will hear a lot about Cyber Monday 2015 sales numbers. Adobe's projection for Cyber Monday 2015 sales is close to $3 billion, up 12%. The final numbers will be released later today.
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For consumers the end of Cyber Monday means the end of the exceptional deals on the Xbox One and Sony PS4 consoles. Sony and Microsoft cut the price by $50 for Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Retailers packed on top of the low $299 price-tag additional freebies including games, controllers and gift cards. These deals are gone - for now.
If you did not not get a $299 deal on a Xbox One or Sony PS4 the past days, you are out of luck now. Retailers will come up with new deals for the Xbox One and the Sony PS4. There will be bundles that will save you money. At this point there are no signs that the $299 price tags will make a comeback during the holiday sales.
Retailers extend today Cyber Monday 2015 into the Cyber Week 2015. Online shops try to keep the momentum going and offer new deals every day in the Cyber Week events. Cyber Week is the first week of Holiday sales. After Cyber Week retailers will fully switch to advertise Holiday sales.
You can expect many more deals to be on offer, but also the hottest Holiday gifts are selling out quickly, and join the fate of Amazon's Fire tablet. Nothing is more frustrating than finding gifts sold out and shipping dates after Christmas.
Frustrated consumers than turn to eBay to pay premium on the hard to find Holiday gifts.
We recommend to hunt for Holiday gifts early and get a deal when you see one.
Find the latest Cyber Week 2015 deals our Cyber Monday Hub.