Cyber Monday clicks leave Black Friday in bitsComments
Retailers are certain that Cyber Monday will prove a bigger hit than its cousin Black Friday.
Shopping trends now show that more and more people prefer to trawl the Internet for bargains than visit a store.
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Cyber Monday is when Black Friday goes online.
Online is 24/7 and over the four-day period from Black Friday to Cyber Monday retailers are expecting a £3bn bonanza in the UK alone.
How did #CyberMonday become a thing? We explain. https://t.co/pNt4kTWGtHpic.twitter.com/HqtVe6q6b8— CNN (@CNN) November 30, 2015
Amazon UK reported record figures on Black Friday, selling more than 7.4 million items at a rate of around 86 items per second with not a queue or fight in sight.
Are #BlackFriday fights fueled by greed or honorable tributes to #BruceLee's 75th Birthday? pic.twitter.com/1JXZGuq67o— Eric Schwartz (@ericschwartz) November 27, 2015