For many of you, it may be one of your least productive days at work. Cyber Monday has millions surfing the web looking for holiday deals.
From Black Friday to Cyber Monday, the holiday shopping season is in full swing.
Cyber Monday is oftentimes a more popular shopping event than Black Friday. The convenience of shopping at home without the hassles of the lines and throngs of people can be a huge draw. However, it’s important to know which sites are the best for deals, quality and ease in online shopping.
After an unusually warm Thanksgiving Weekend, today (Cyber Monday) and Tuesday will still be rather warm for late-November. In most cases, even despite some morning fog and clouds, afternoon temperatures will be running in the mid and upper 60s.
The Black Friday frenzy is over and Cyber Monday is just around the corner, but there’s another way for shoppers and businesses to cash in on the holiday rush this weekend.
A trucking company from Maryland created a big mess in Pennsylvania by leaking a sticky goo on the turnpike,causing more than 100 cars to get stuck. And one of the places people are traveling Thanksgiving night: retail stores, where Black Friday has turned into Black Thursday. Many stores will open at midnight.
One in six Marylanders is expected to shop on the internet Monday, taking advantage of big sales and more small retailers are learning the power of the web.
The shopping season is on, and retailers are getting more aggressive than ever. Holiday sales kicked off before the turkey was on the table, and a whole new round of deals is about to drop.
It looks like the economy didn’t hold back too many shoppers. Black Friday is still in full swing.
The countdown is on until some major retailers open up its doors—and its deals.
After the turkey and stuffing, Maryland will get ready to shop. But how do you make the most of the Thanksgiving and Black Friday deals?