Cyber Monday 2019: 25 Days Until The Online Sales Extravaganza

Posted: Nov 7 2019, 6:22am CST | by , in Cyber Monday 2019

Cyber Monday 2019: 25 days until the online sales extravaganza

A survey has found that over half of shoppers now tend to shop online on Cyber Monday than Black Friday.

There’s only 22 days until Black Friday, which is considered as the biggest holiday event of every year, and three days later, the second biggest shopping event is coming, but online — Cyber Monday.

Cyber Monday falls on December 2 this year, and it’s expected to rake in billions of dollars in revenue for online retailers in the United States. If you missed the Black Friday sales that ran prior to Cyber Monday, Cyber Monday is your remaining chance to score discounts on Christmas presents to give to your loved ones

Every year, retailers such as Amazon, Walmart, Best Buy, Target, Sam’s Club, eBay, Kohl’s, Costco, JCPenney and more extend their Black Friday sales to Cyber Monday.

Shoppers can continue to see marked down prices online. Now that a lot of retailers offer same-day or next-day deliveries, you can guarantee that your Christmas presents will arrive on time so you wouldn’t have to worry about getting the items that you purchased on Cyber Monday later than expected.

According to a survey conducted by Deloitte earlier this year, more than half of shoppers are more interested in looking for deals on Cyber Monday compared to Black Friday this year.

Rod Sides, vice chairman of Deloitte’s retail and distribution practice in the U.S., told CNBC in an interview in October that 70% of smartphone users say they will use their phones to shop this holiday season.

The Deloitte study also noted that Amazon’s Prime Day event back in July gave an early boost to the holiday shopping season.

This year, Deloitte predicts holiday spending from online shopping to reach $144 billion to $149 billion as e-commerce sales are predicted to jump 14% to 18% year over year.

The per-household spending this holiday is estimated to reach $1,496, with majority of the spending going toward travel and dining out.

As early as now, customers are starting to take advantage of early Black Friday sales. More shoppers are expected to flock to retail outlets and online stores in the lead up to Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

All the deals that will be available on Cyber Monday 2019 are expected to be announced before the actual day, so stay tuned as we cover everything about Cyber Monday and all the latest about Black Friday 2019. Some Cyber Monday deals could even drop on Sunday, same as the previous years.

Meanwhile, you can start shopping for pre-Black Friday deals as early as now at Amazon, Walmart, Dell and Kohl’s. By Saturday, November 9, you can catch Sam’s Club’s November 9 One-Day Holiday Sales event, which comes with the biggest discounts yet on TVs, iPhones, Samsung Galaxy phones, game consoles and toys, laptops, home essentials and more.

Read the latest about Black Friday 2019, Cyber Monday 2019 and holiday shopping in general in our Black Friday 2019 hub and Cyber Monday 2019 hub.

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