Cyber Monday 2011 Expected To Break Sales Record

Posted: Nov 22 2011, 7:57am CST | by , in News | Black Friday


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Cyber Monday 2011 expected to Break Sales Record
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Last year Cyber Monday was the busiest online shopping day of the year with sales reaching over a billion.

Black Friday is next, but Cyber Monday is coming right behind it. According to CNN, ComScore predicts that Cyber Monday 2011 will have record breaking sales reaching $1.2 billion. Last year Cyber Monday surpassed the $1 billion mark for the first time. People are expected again to hit online shops from work. According PayPal the launch hour noon to 1pm is the busiest phase of Cyber Monday.

Cyber Monday is going to offer a whole new selection of deals. These deals are not better than Black Friday, but different. Last year the Cyber Monday deals have not been more or less exciting than the Black Friday deals. What you do not get on Cyber Monday are the incredible doorbuster deals that Black Friday in store sales have. The reason for that is obvious. Doorbusters are designed to get you in the store betting on the fact that you buy much more stuff. Online shoppers are much more specific in what they buy. They would just want the doorbuster deal and leave again.

As soon as Black Friday is over, retailers will advertise their Cyber Monday 2011 deals. We will of course cover the best deals for Cyber Monday. Get the latest on Cyber Monday 2011.

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