Cyber Monday catches up for those who missed Black Friday

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Nov 29, 2016 01:09 PM EST

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Online shoppers are still in engrossed by the price drop in online shopping event of the year. Cyber Monday rounds off Black Friday weekend with millions spend in just a day.

According to Express, Britons spend estimated GBP 4 billion over the course of the four-day-weekend. Many merchant retailers are still offering bargains for Cyber Monday as the sales continue to grow.

Cyber Monday is similar to Black Friday, only without the long lines and pushy fellow shoppers, it is a shopping holiday for people who prefer to purchase holiday gifts online. On the Monday after Thanksgiving, stores slash off their prices of their online products to encourage online shopping. It was coined by Shop.org, a division of the National Retail Federation, in a press release reported the results of a 2004 research study.

Online retailers are marking the prices up to 30% off or more.

Per Mirror UK, Amazon has cut the price for its Echo Dot and is offering a 7-inch Tablet for under GBP 30, Braun Silk-Epil 5 Power 5780 Epilator off with 65%, Oral-B Smart Series 6500 Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush with 70% off and 73% off on Philips 7000 Electric Shaver for Sensitive skin.

Argos also dropped its price, taking GBP 255 off the price of 49-inch 4K TV from Philips, cutting the cost of PS4 Slim GTA V Console Bundle to GBP 229.99, 64GB iPhone SE for GBP 439, 32-inch LG LED TV for under GBP 300, Bush 7Kg washing machine for GBP 149.99 and only GBP 299 for refurbished iPhone 6.

Curry's PC World is offering MacBook Pro for under GBP 1,000, iPad mini 2 for GBP 239 and 10% off on all marked prices on gaming PCs and Laptops.

Moreover, to have a longer chance to experience the craze for Cyber Monday, Tesco's great deals will continue until Thursday, December 1. Stores opening time will be at 5 am for exciting shoppers of Dyson vacuums from GBP 199, Samsung Tablets from GBP 99 and saucepan sets from GBP 80.

Debenhams also slashed their prices up to 50% off. Oral-B Pro electric toothbrush is now GBP 25 from GBP 50, while a Krups fully automatic bean to cup machine has been dropped to just GBP 300.

Aside from gadgets, toys, and books, Ryanair has also launched Cyber Monday sale too. Up to 20% off in their 10 million flights to destinations across Europe, Barcelona, Milan, and Warsaw.

 

 

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