The Native Americans have been celebrating their first national holiday as a Thanksgiving Day for centuries. And now Black Friday and Cyber Monday are the days after Thanksgiving Day that are becoming the biggest sales days for the Americans. These three festive days are melting together in a way that it becomes indistinguishable from each other. To score massive savings on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, please go through this article at once.
Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving is one of the most significant days that officially or unofficially opens the Christmas shopping season. Historically, the fourth Friday of November has been regarded and celebrated as Black Friday. This is a busy shopping day that usually brings the best deals for Christmas shopping. Most of the stores and many retailers offer exclusive discount sales to take advantage of the shopping season. In the last few years, some stores have started their Black Friday sales on the Monday of Black Friday week. As a result, this biggest shopping event, which starts before Friday with doorbuster sales is no more a one-day event.
This year Black Friday will be celebrated on 29th November.
Cyber Monday 2019 will be celebrated on 2nd December.
Cyber Monday and Black Friday are not at all the same thing. Black Friday was born at retail, whereas Cyber Monday had been launched for the online world. On Black Friday, almost 85% more data storage deals then Cyber Monday took place in technology. Whereas on Cyber Monday, 45% more deals than Black Friday took place in Clothing. Black Friday offers the best deals on small accessories such as kitchenware, cutlery, etc. Whereas, Cyber Monday offers best deals on beauty products. Cyber Monday is one of the biggest online shopping days. In 2017, Black Friday offers were best for Clothing, tools, laptops, toys, appliances deals. But Cyber Monday was best for TVs and travels deals.
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