Amazon Kindle Sales Set New Big Record on Cyber Monday
Cyber Monday 2012 is history, but Cyber Week sales continue to offer deals. Cyber Monday was huge for retailers this year. Amazon says that Cyber Monday 2012 is biggest day ever for Kindle sales worldwide.
Amazon offered the KindleFire Tablet for $30 Off. This deal helped make the Kindle family set another dramatic sales record. Kindle sales more than doubled last year's sales record. The top 4 spots on the worldwide Amazon best sellers list since launch nearly three months ago are Kindle e-readers and Kindle Fires.
Cyber Monday 2012 is history and Cyber Week sales event take over. The Cyber Week sales are already a tradition. Most retailers will offer extended Cyber Monday or Cyber Week sales all week long. After Cyber Week, Holiday Gift Sales start and will continue to offer deals for the Holiday season.
“Kindle e-readers and Kindle Fires have held the top 4 spots on the Amazon worldwide best sellers list since launch, and that was before the busiest shopping weekend of the year,” said Dave Limp, Vice President, Amazon Kindle. “We’re excited that customers made this Black Friday and Cyber Monday the best ever for Kindle worldwide—Cyber Monday was the biggest day ever for Kindle sales, and we’re looking forward to millions of customers opening a new Kindle this holiday season.”
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