When Is Cyber Monday?
Traditionally, Cyber Monday falls on the first Monday after Thanksgiving and Black Friday. The day is a part of the seven Christmas shopping season days. It represents online shopping or digital transactions.
On this day, online stores like Amazon.com, Godaddy.com, eBay.com, Walmart.com, Apple.com, homedepot.com, and many other small and medium stores provide amazing deals at discounted rates to lure customers.
Here is the list below of the dates of Cyber Monday from 2021 to 2024:
- 2021 November 29th
- 2022 November 28th
- 2023 November 27th
- 2024 December 2nd
What Is The History of Cyber Monday?
Unlike Black Friday, Cyber Monday doesn’t have a long history. It debuted on 28th November 2005 via a press release of Shop.org, where it was mentioned as the busiest and biggest online shopping day of the year.
Ellen Davis, the former President of NRF foundation first ever used the term “Cyber Monday” in 2005 describing the Monday after Thanksgiving as a day of online shopping. Within a very short time, it gained immense popularity among the public of the United States.
Especially, with the help of speedy internet service and social media channels like YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Reddit, it is getting bigger and bigger every year.
[Do You Know? In The USA, 2020’s Cyber Monday Is Considered The Biggest In The History of The Occasion. In 2020, Within Just The Single Day, 10.7 Billion Dollars of Transactions Were Executed]
What Are The Main Similarities Between Cyber Monday & Black Friday?
- Both represent the beginning of the Christmas shopping season.
- Although one is new and another is old, both of the ideas originated in the United States of America.
- No matter offline or online, people can get tremendous deals at discounted rates on both days.
- Cyber Monday and Black Friday are born from Capitalism. Both are extreme Capitalist ideas.
- Massive sales and massive profit for merchants and companies.