Technically the last of day of summer may be September 22. However, many people consider Labor Day to be the end of summer.. Symbolically, the three-day weekend is summer's last hurrah, and as with any holiday weekend, it is marked by big sales. As you might expect, it is a great time to get deals on seasonal items as stores make one last big shove to clear out the shelves and get ready for fall..
Thought all the best deals were on Black Friday or Cyber Monday? Think again!
Green Monday 2015 retail sales were $1.408 trillion. Why? Because it’s one of your last chances to shop and ship your gifts in time to get them under the tree.
According to TheBalance.com:
For shoppers, Black Friday is Game Day. It’s like the World Cup for shoppers worldwide and if it were a sport, those scoring the biggest and best deals WIN. But getting up and out the door on the biggest shopping day of the year can be too overwhelming for some people, which might explain why Black Friday now has its online counterpart - Cyber Monday, with online traffic rivaling Super Bowl Sunday TV viewing!
Whether the hustle and bustle is like honey to your inner bear or kryptonite to your inner superman, we’ve got tips that will guarantee to help you get your game face on!
Black Friday shopping no longer means fighting long lines (and rude shoppers!) at the mall. Grab your leftover turkey, plop on the couch and get ready to grab those holiday deals! Shop all weekend through Cyber Monday for the absolute best savings of the season – and maybe the year!