With the sun setting on the largest sale of the year: Black Friday, the dawn approaches for one final day of deals! Cyber Monday has arrived, and the Savvy Squad is back to crack into the Cyber-sphere and release all the amazing money-saving codes and deals for one more day. Can the Savvy Squad and their leader, the Savvy Saviour crack open the sphere in time for Monday? Check out our deals below and share with #savvysquad to spread the codes!
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The term Cyber Monday was first used in 2005 by Ellen Davis, Senior Vice President of the National Retail Federation. It was found that people would return to work in the week after Thanksgiving/Black Friday and couldn’t resist the urge to search for deals to fight off the back-to-work blues.
Cyber Monday is now a worldwide marketing term. On the day you’ll find all your favourite online retailers will have huge Cyber Monday sales, most retailers beginning the sales at midnight. Cyber Monday is also 24 hours only - a key difference from Black Friday where savings can last up to 5 days.
Huge savings can be made electronics like laptops, TVs and games consoles, but also toys and games. Why not avoid the crush of Black Friday and see if you and find a good saving from stores like Amazon, Tesco, Currys and John Lewis. It’s much easier to click your mouse than brave the crowds of eager shoppers on Black Friday. A note of caution: Cyber Monday often leaves employees red-faced as companies sack those using work hours to surf the net for discounts.
Just a few short years ago Cyber Monday was a complete unknown in the UK. If you asked: ‘What are you looking to buy on Cyber Monday?’, around the water cooler, you’d likely be met with blank stares. Now, the atmosphere has been flipped on its head, and Cyber Monday is a hot topic of discussion every year, with consumers keen to make savings on big ticket purchases in the run up to Christmas. In 2015, IMRG and Experian found that we spent £968m on Cyber Monday 2015, a 25% rise on the 2014 figure of £720m.