Cyber Monday- The Monday after Thanksgiving

Cyber Monday- The Monday after Thanksgiving

Want some penny pinching deals and shop till you drop, but also don’t want to be stressed out by standing in the long queues at cash counter in literally every store on Black Friday? Well, you guessed it right! The answer is Online Shopping. It saves time and efforts and above all you can shop at your convenience.

Cyber Monday can give you this incredible yet fascinating experience. Sit back, relax and get your hands on those amazing deals your favorite stores have to offer online, purchase items from the comfort of your own home or work place. You can check them all on After all, shopping is a means of escaping whatever stress we carry with us and is the best way to cheer ourselves up! Cyber Monday 2019, falls on December 2.

Cyber Monday is an NRF coined term for the Monday after Thanksgiving, which is seen by many retailers, shoppers and the media as the official kick-off to the online holiday shopping season. It has become the online equivalent to Black Friday and offers a way for smaller retail websites to compete with larger chains. The term “Cyber Monday” was created by retailers to encourage people to shop online and made its debut on November 28, 2005 and the term was coined by Ellen Davis of the National Retail Federation (NRF) and Scott SilvermanSince its inception, it has become an international marketing term used by online retailers across the world. features the best coupon codes, limited time offers and special saving opportunities from over 900 online stores — all in one convenient place.

“Deal of the Day” events will feature a new, ultimate sale every 24 hours beginning at 12:01 AM ET on Monday, November 19th and will run daily through December 2nd. Nonetheless, the happy news is, is not limited only up to the holiday season, they offer good deals through out the year so that you can celebrate year round.

The National Retail Federation has represented retail for over a century and as the Nation’s largest private-sector employer, retail contributes $2.6 trillion to the annual GDP. They claim to be committed to helping retail go further. In all affirmation, you can also become a member of NRF, its memberships are available for retailers, industry partners, universities and their students and FIRA members.