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Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2020 are almost here!

Many people ask “what is the difference between Black Friday sales and Cyber Monday sales?”. Well, not much really! Black Friday started in 1952 as the beginning of the festive shopping season in the US and was the main day for in-store sales. However, since the advent of the internet online stores are now accessible anywhere in the world. This gave marketers the incentive to take advantage of online shopping and therefore in 2005 Cyber Monday was introduced. For many years Cyber Monday has been the biggest annual shopping event in the US (and many other countries). 

Although you can now purchase online for both Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Black Friday was traditionally the day for in-store shopping and Cyber Monday the day for online shopping. Therfore, if you’re wanting tech-related purchases you will often find much better deals online on Cyber Monday. 

What are you waiting for? Don’t miss out on the best time of the year to grab a bargain! Get ahead of the rush and check out the early Black Friday sales on Amazon and EBay

If you don’t have time to look through all the sales on Amazon, check out our page of tech deals where we have done all the hard work for you.

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