Now that Black Friday is gone, Cyber Monday is next door. The event will take place on 30th November 2015, the Monday after US Thanksgiving. Cyber Monday is not that different from Black Friday: offers, discounts, deals will be protagonists of this day, but they will be dedicated to online purchases.
Instead of you might think, while Black Friday generally offers better deals on technology, Cyber Monday is larger for fashion retail. On the past two Cyber Mondays, there were an average of 45% more clothing deals than on Black Friday. There were also 50% more shoe deals on Cyber Monday than on Black Friday.
Many and many stores will offer discounts and promotions ideal to save on your Christmas gifts. Find them could be complicated and discover which retailers will offer the best deals on items you want is almost much more difficult. The best way is rely on discount code website. For example Piucodicisconto.com offers discount codes and promotions for the Italian Market and right here you will find all deals dedicated to Cyber Monday. You can see them at this link: http://www.piucodicisconto.com/eventi-cyber-monday.html. In this page you will find discounts of up to 80% ideal to save money on all high-quality products, including tablets, video game consoles, smartphones, music, toys for kids, books, and the latest clothing fashions.
Just like Black Friday, it began as an American tradition but has rapidly spread to Germany, UK, Italy, Brazil, Sweden and many other countries. The company which first brought Black Friday and Cyber Monday to the Europe, was Amazon: the retail giant reported its biggest sales day ever in the UK, with more than 6m items ordered. To cite The Guardian, “British shoppers are expected to have spent more than £3bn by the time Cyber Monday ends, after the American phenomenon of Black Friday led to an online sales surge”.