Cyber Weekend sales continue with Cyber Monday deals

Posted: 26 November 2018 6:00 am
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Thought the shopping frenzy was over? Think again with these hot deals for Cyber Monday.

It's no secret that Black Friday is a huge shopping event. However, many think that the 24 hours is the last of the deals. But fear not, if you missed out on a hot sale on Friday then don't worry, Cyber Monday is here. Similar to Black Friday, this shopping event specialises in exclusive bargains for gadgets, electronics, fashion, gifts and more.

What is Cyber Monday?

Cyber Monday is the monday that follows after Black Friday. It's where we commonly see Black Friday sales continuing on to the Monday, even larger sales to clear out stock go live or further items added to discounts. Whether you're feeling a wardrobe update, want to redecorate your house or upgrade your makeup bag then this is the opportunity to do so. Cyber Weekend is also a fabulous time to check off your Christmas shopping list and save a significant amount doing so.

Retailers offering Cyber Monday sales

You can expect a number of retailers offering Cyber Monday sales including major department stores such as David Jones and Myer. Online bargain retailers are also offering major bargains including Catch, eBay and Amazon Australia.

What sales can you expect?

There is a large range of sales hitting off today including 25% off Tarte Cosmetics, 25% off full priced items from Glassons, nothing over $20 from Cotton On and 25% off off when you spend $250 GDP at Cult Beauty. Don't forget to check out the full list of Cyber Monday sales so you don't miss out on any hot bargains.

History of Cyber Monday

Cyber Monday originated as a sale event that would encourage shoppers to shop online. It came at a perfect time as it allowed majority of customers to start their Christmas Shopping with heavy discounts. Majority of retailers increased sales significantly the Monday after Thanksgiving so marketing companies then christened the event Cyber Monday to increase awareness and sales. Cyber Monday also caused Black Friday to transition to an online shopping event as well as in-store. Black Friday was originally a store-only sale, however, once retailers noticed the hefty attention and shopping on Cyber Monday, it transitioned to online too.

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