Cyber Black Friday Will Top Cyber Monday In Deals And Sales

Posted: Nov 17 2015, 8:48am CST | by , Updated: Nov 17 2015, 8:50am CST, in News | Black Friday 2018


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Cyber Black Friday will top Cyber Monday in Deals and Sales

Black Friday is moving more and more online, threatening the importance of Cyber Monday.

Cyber Monday 2014 had a sales volume of $2.65 billion, which was an increase of 16% compared to the previous year. Black Friday 2014 had an online sales volume of $2.4 billion, which was a jump of 24% and Thanksgiving Day pulled in $1.33 billion in online sales which was with 25% an even higher increase. Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday have already beaten Cyber Monday in 2014 when added up.

This year we expect online Black Friday sales on Thanksgiving Day grow dramatically. More consumers will be aware that Black Friday sales begin online already midnight Thanksgiving Day. Additionally retailers are offering more deals advertised in Black Friday Ads online.

Walmart said that for the the first time the majority of Walmart's Black Friday deals will be available online.

For consumers this means online deal hunting enters the red hot phase midnight Thanksgiving Day. This intense phase will end with Cyber Monday. There will be seamless transition from Black Friday to Cyber Monday sales.

Black Friday sales are already going on since November 1 and there have been already exceptional deals on sale including $150 off the iPad Air 2 or a 50-inch 4K UHD Smart TV for under $500.

Most deals for Black Friday 2015 are unveiled. To get an idea of which deals Cyber Monday 2015 will bring, review the best Cyber Monday deals of last year. The main difference is that there are no extreme deals offered on Cyber Monday. The tradition of doorbuster deals on Black Friday keeps retailer offer deals that have no margins or even are money losers. These extreme deals like the $79 32-inch LED TV last year are now also available online. In the past these deals have been reserved for in-store Black Friday sales, but since Amazon is matching these extreme doorbuster deals, these deals are also available online.

Our recommendation is to not wait for Cyber Monday to find the best deals. Most of the season's best deals will be already available on Thanksgiving Day online.

All major Black Friday 2015 ads have been released. Most of the Black Friday 2015 deals are now known, besides Amazon's deals.

Browse all Black Friday 2015 Ads released so far and study our Black Friday 2015 Deal Guides to make your shopping list.

We will bring you extensive rumors, news, ads, deals and reviews of everything Black Friday 2015 has to offer and will guide you to the hottest bargains like we did in the past years.

If you have a question about Black Friday, drop a comment below or email us, we are here to help. Connect with Black Friday shoppers in our Black Friday Community on Facebook. Black Friday 2015 is on November 27th, 2015. The Black Friday 2015 sale begin midnight Thanksgiving Day online and as early as 6am in stores. Most major retailer open their stores at 5pm and 6pm on Thanksgiving Day.

Read the latest Black Friday 2015 News, find the best Black Friday 2015 deals and browse our Top 50 Holiday Tech Gifts Guide for gift ideas.

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