Still on top: 'Cyber Monday' sales on track to hit record
Dec 03 2019
Cyber Monday this year is on track, with sales expected to hit $9.4 billion, an 18.9% growth year over year according to Adobe Analytics.
Cyber Monday 2019 continues the deal bonanza. In fact, USA states that saw more than 2 inches of snow recorded a 7% increase in online sales.
The Nintendo Switch, a wildly popular video game console that debuted in 2017, is also stuffing virtual carts - as are video games like "FIFA 20" and "Madden 20", and "NBA 2K20".
While Black Friday is now a few days old, plenty of the deals are still available and if you're now looking for a Cyber Monday smartwatch deal, here are few available for both our American and British readers alike.
In addition, Amazon will be offering new deals every hour, just as they do on Amazon Prime Day. And while smartphones like Google's Pixel 4 and the iPhone XR didn't top the list, sales from smartphones did set a record.
The top three online selling products on Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, were L.O.L Surprise dolls, Frozen 2 toys, and Federation Internationale de Football Association 20 video games, Xinhua reported.
Do you love a good deal? Jewelry topped the "best deals" category with an average 70% discount. For these travelers, though, it's actually tomorrow (December 3) that's their version of Black Friday, with the day informally known as "Travel Deal Tuesday" having become a much-anticipated opportunity to nab seriously discounted fares and cheap flights to destinations around the country and beyond.