Cyber Monday Tops Black Friday For Holiday Shopping
Nov 14 2017 by Johnny Bowman
The electronics giant will still have door-buster deals available in-store only on Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday.
Hours: Store hours still haven't been posted for Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday.
Cyber Monday has been identified the busiest day of the year for online shopping, and in 2017 it's expected to be Monday 27 November immediately following Black Friday.
"Instead of being open the entire day, many stores will open only certain hours", said Ana Serafin Smith, spokeswoman for the National Retail Federation. Thus, crowds start to anxiously line up in front of their windows as soon as possible - sometimes, even spending the night there just be the first ones to enter and get all of the desired products out of their lists.
You'll be able to find all of Argos' Black Friday offers on this link here, starting November 15th. Not many are keen on having to wake up very early and staying outside in a cold weather and basically having to dispute with others to get what they want. Twenty-three percent said they engage in an equal amount of online and in-store shopping.
The Monday right after Thanksgiving is now called Cyber Monday. The consumer co-op says it will process no online orders on Friday, but will pay all 12,000 employees (even hourly workers) for their time, and encourage everyone to delay their holiday shopping frenzy an extra day and instead spend it outside.
Three worldwide freshmen share how they are planning to do their shopping on their first Black Friday experience, after hearing all about the holiday.
Argos's eagerly anticipated Black Friday bonanza will kick-off tomorrow - Wednesday 15 November - and run for 14 consecutive days through to Cyber Monday.
Ada Guilera Martinez, of Spain, spoke of her holiday shopping pereferences.
Anniina Sankoh, from Helsinki, Finland, also has a similar opinion. Shoppers should look for stores with doorbuster guarantees.
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"Black Friday and Cyber Monday have definitely changed how people shop for Christmas, with many using it for the initial burst of gift buying in the festive season, whether they choose to shop in store, online, or by mobile". Hollinger said the sentimental nature of holiday shopping pushes people off their devices and into stores.
So, whichever method feels like it works better for you, enjoy your shopping spree!