If you missed out on Black Friday, you’re in luck, because Cyber Monday deals are up next. Not unlike Black Friday, you can expect to find countless money-saving offers from your favorite retailers across all categories from apparel to electronics to toys. Cyber Monday always falls on the Monday after Thanksgiving, which is November 30 this year. If you want to get a head-start on gifting, or are just looking for a decent sale, this massive online shopping event is the perfect chance to do just that.
There’ll be many Cyber Monday deals and sales you can shop on Cyber Monday itself and, in some instances, the days following it. Since you probably won’t want to spend precious shopping hours looking for sales, we’ve rounded up the best Cyber Monday deals in 2020 from all categories below. We’ve also answered some frequently asked questions regarding this online shopping extravaganza.
Cyber Monday 2020: The Best Tech & Electronics Deals
Cyber Monday 2020: The Best TV Deals
Cyber Monday 2020: The Best Home & Kitchen Deals
Cyber Monday 2020: The Best Clothing & Accessory Deals
Cyber Monday 2020: The Best Shoe Deals
Cyber Monday 2020: The Best Beauty & Grooming Deals
When is Cyber Monday 2020?
Cyber Monday always falls on the Monday immediately following American Thanksgiving and, this year, that day is November 30. Like Black Friday, Cyber Monday isn’t usually limited to just one day, though. Deals generally last a few to several days, which is why Cyber Monday and the days directly following are often called Cyber Week.
How much did consumers spend on Cyber Monday 2019?
Black Friday gets a lot of attention, but as far as spending goes, Cyber Monday is arguably the bigger event, bringing in $9.4 billion dollars in sales in 2019 (compared to Black Friday’s $7.4 billion).
And we expect this year to be even bigger. In 2019, 40% of shoppers did their Black Friday shopping online, but this year, 60% to 82% of adults say they’ll stick to online ordering for most of their holiday spending.
Which items are more popular on Cyber Monday than Black Friday?
Electronics, jewelry and appliances are the most common Black Friday purchases, but on Cyber Monday, consumers switch gears to apparel and accessories, food and drink, and kids products. Of course, there are Cyber Monday deals across all these categories and more.