Tag: black friday
How big of a part do mobile devices play on the biggest shopping weekend of the year? This infographic from eBay Deals delves into some surprising stats from 2013 on the growth of mobile shopping.
In 2013, about 141 million consumers hit the shops for deals over Thanksgiving weekend, with more of an emphasis on Thanksgiving Day shopping. What does this mean for Black Friday? This infographic by eBay Deals delves into how Black Friday has transformed from one day to an extended weekend event.
The term Black Friday, stems from retailers using the day’s huge receipts as their opportunity to “get in the black” and become profitable for the year. 89 million shoppers braved the crowds on Black Friday 2012, up from 86 million in 2011. 247 million shoppers over the weekend 2012, up from 226 million in 2011. See what Black Friday is all about in this infographic.
Cyber Monday 2012 was the largest single day of online sales in history, coming in at $1.98 Billion according to Adobe’s Digital Index. In fact if you combine the online sales of Cyber Monday with those from Black Friday 2012 you get an immense $3.28 Billion or more than the annual profit of Coca-Cola, CBS, JC Penny, Radio Shack, Southwest Airlines, Xerox and Petsmart – COMBINED!
Are you a Black Friday fanatic or bargain hunter that hates the crowd? More and more, consumers are turning to the Internet, mobile apps and e-coupons to stretch holiday dollars. Cyber Monday is the secret for holiday savings — are you in the know? Find out with the following infographic by myhosting.com.
If you haven’t prepared as much as you might have wanted for Black Friday, relax. NerdWallet has an infographic to catch you up to speed on the most basic and most important parts of Black Friday. Get caught up to the camping out Black Friday shopaholics with information on what to buy, what not to buy, store opening times and apps to make things run smoothly.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday are the biggest shopping days in the US. Did you know last year the average US shopper saved 22% on their Black Friday shopping cart? This year, 150 million Black Friday bargain hunters will choose to surf the net for savings as opposed to visiting the stores.
The dark night is upon us. Once a year people across the country, full of turkey and a bit of holiday cheer gather together, in search for the lowest prices. Sortable has put together an infographic that looks at the history of Black Friday, some interesting stats and the rise of popularity of Cyber Monday.
One of the best times to save for holiday gifts is coming up quickly. Black Friday and Cyber Monday are cult saving trends and they are both growing exponentially. What started off in just the United States has been creeping up into Canadian borders and way beyond. Check out this infographic from Voucher Codes which includes comparable stats and facts about these huge savings events.
The following infographic from CouponAudit shows how important security software is during Black Friday and Cyber Monday madness sales. It also shows how to avoid getting scammed from customer’s purchases online especially during Cyber Monday.
Many tablets have similar features, price points, look/feels, so how do you really know you’re making the right choice? Some of these tablets are no small investments: ranging from $47 to $1,047. The following infographic by BlackFridays by BradsDeals may help you figure out which tablet is right for you.
Did Black Friday and Cyber Monday stimulate the economy or just put us all in more debt? The holiday season usually means a huge dip in your checking account, but this new infographic offers new gift ideas that won’t leave you begging for change on the corner.