We’ve had Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and now Cyber Monday.
Nearly half of all Americans plan to purchase items online this Cyber Monday, but if you won’t have time to sit and scroll for discounts throughout the day, don’t worry! Many online retailers are extending these deals.
Retail giants like Macy’s, Kohl’s and Target are promoting Cyber Week deals, where consumers will see various percentages taken off their total at checkout.
One shopper told 22News she doesn’t see a difference in discounts with extended cyber deals, but she does think it’s beneficial.
“You can get the stuff Monday before Thanksgiving all the way through, they’re pretty much the same to me,” said Khris Hamel. “I guess it’s good for people, for the economy… people buying more.”
Those who don’t have access to shopping online, said they’re seeing these extended discounts in store as well.
“I came yesterday on Sunday and I took advantage of the time I had off and I shopped and it was great,” said Jan Ghareeb. “I found a lot of good deals here.”
And it’s not just tech and household items you’ll see deals on this week.
The day after Cyber Monday is called Travel Deal Tuesday, and it’s known as one of the best days to book vacations, flights, and hotels.
According to the flight tracker app Hopper, flight demands drop after Thanksgiving, making it one of the best times to book your winter getaways.