The Christmas shopping season is far from over, and while Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales are long gone, you’re still going to find plenty of hot deals for the remainder of the holiday shopping season. Green Monday (December 14th) is the next major shopping event you need to know about, and some retailers already have great sales for you — including a few that are even better than Black Friday deals. More →
We’re halfway through the week, but Amazon still isn’t done with its selection of Green Monday deals. We left you with a short list on Monday of some of the very best deals, but we figured it was worth taking a deeper dive into some of the discounts that will be available for the rest of the week.
The never-ending holiday sales continue at Amazon with Green Monday Deal Days this week. Amazon is one of several retailers participating in the Green Monday sales, one final opportunity to get all of the gifts you missed during Black Friday weekend. Read on for a full explanation of the deals Amazon will be featuring this week.
If you somehow missed out on both Black Friday and Cyber Monday, don’t worry — there’s still one final holiday sale to take advantage of at Best Buy. Monday and Tuesday of this week, Best Buy is putting several computers, phones, TVs and more back on sale for Green Monday with free 2-day shipping. More →
This past Friday will go down in the record books as another heavy spending day this holiday season. Consumers spent a total of $1.07 billion on December 16th, otherwise known as “Free Shipping Day,” which was more than consumers spent during the entirety of the Thanksgiving weekend ($1.03 billion) and 14% more than consumers spent on the same day in 2010. Shoppers spent the most money on Cyber Monday so far this holiday season ($1.25 billion) followed by Green Monday ($1.13 billion) and Free Shipping Day. More →
U.S. consumers spent $1.1 billion on Green Monday, up 19% from the same day last year according to comScore. Green Monday was the third heaviest day behind the record-setting Cyber Monday, when consumers spent $1.25 billion, and Monday December 5th, when consumers spent $1.17 billion. “Green Monday was another exceptional day for the online holiday shopping season, posting more than $1.1 billion in sales with a growth rate of 19 percent versus last year,” comScore chairman Gian Fulgoni said. “Green Monday also kicks off what should be the heaviest week of the year for online shopping, where we could see several billion dollar spending days, punctuated by Free Shipping Day on Friday, December 16.” The research firm recently said that holiday spending this year is already approaching $25 billion. ComScore’s full press release follows after the break.