Black Friday ** happens the day after Thanksgiving ** and Cyber Monday ** is the Monday after Black Friday **. This heavy buying season is sort of like Christmas before its time and marks the start of this period of shopping for Americans.
For Black Friday **, this is an opportunity for stores to take advantage of exceptional discounts on their products. These generous discounts draw crowds, and Americans flock as soon as stores open to make the most of this shopping day. We then see swarms of people in front of the brands, who are engaged in a commercial battle in order to offer the most generous offer!
Cyber Monday ** follows Black Friday **, but this event is experienced on the web. This event was created 10 years ago, created by a group of e-merchants who came together on the same web page to offer their promotions together. Cyber Monday ** offers those who missed Black Friday ** a chance to take advantage of exceptional promotional offers online.
And it works, the results of these shopping days are incredible. Last year, 247 million Americans spent a total of $ 59 billion, or nearly $ 433 per person, in a single day. For Cyber Monday ** last year online sales hit $ 1.4 billion.
These shopping days are starting to arrive in France! What do you think ? Would you be tempted?
** Black Friday = Black Friday; Cyber Monday = Cyber Monday; Thanksgiving = Thanksgiving