For all the hype, Black Friday isn’t the day to find the best deals, nor is it Cyber Monday, according to new data from Adobe Systems Inc., which has collected information on one trillion visits to 4,500 retailing websites since 2008.
In a tactic commonly used in Black Friday “door-busters,” retailers may dangle a discount on their websites only to run out of the product quickly.
Shoppers who don't want to face the crowded stores on Thanksgiving or Black Friday wait for that traditional online holiday shopping day, Cyber Monday. However, according to Adobe, the Monday after Thanksgiving is no longer the best day for online shopping.
Every year, sales start earlier and earlier, even now, many stores are open ON THANKSGIVING, so you're better off shopping earlier to catch the best deals and ensure that you are at the top of the shipping queue to ensure you get the item you purchased.
Most great deals start way before Cyber Monday.
Other online retailers, such as Amazon, started its Black Friday sale a full week before Black Friday (and 10 days before Cyber Monday). Where brick and mortar stores, like Best Buy, will have special online-only deals on Thanksgiving.
You won't be alone if you start shopping on your phone during Thanksgiving dinner. Thanksgiving is projected to be the biggest mobile shopping day of the year, according to Adobe.
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