Cyber Monday: how to save money on your tech purchases

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Cyber ​​Monday is held on the fifth Monday of November, exactly 3 days after Black Friday, which is the first Monday after the Thanksgiving weekend celebrated in the USA.

The difference between Black Friday and Cyber ​​Monday is that while Black Friday is celebrated by online and brick-and-mortar stores, Cyber ​​Monday deals are online only. Also, although we are talking about a single day, the promotions usually start as early as the weekend, the so-called “Cyber ​​weekend”. Cyber ​​Monday sales often exceed those of Black Friday.

Cyber ​​Monday offers relate to consumer electronics, although often technological products are not exclusively present. In particular Amazon’s Cyber ​​Monday offers concern mainly technological products, but also other categories: smartphones, tablets, PCs, laptops and gadgets such as wireless headphones and earphones, console controllers, covers, chargers, smart TVs, clothing and fashion accessories, games, toys, furniture and home accessories, coffee machines, cordless vacuum cleaners and robots, and much more.

Whether you want to make a Christmas gift or just find the best electronics items, Cyber ​​Monday promotions can save you a lot of money.

Originally created by companies to encourage people to online shopping with sales and special offers, today Cyber ​​Monday is considered a natural extension of Black Friday, as well as the day that closes the so-called Black Week. To be precise, the term Cyber ​​Monday was coined in 2005 by Ellen Davis, vice president of the National Retail Federation.
Amazon’s Cyber ​​Monday is the most famous one, but it is now a tradition for all the main e-commerce and chain stores to extend the Black Friday offers for the whole weekend, until the following Monday.

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