Merchants prepare to start their discount competition, both in shopping mall stores and online stores. But which is the best option: Black Friday or Cyber Monday? Know the pros and cons to decide which the best option for you is.
Black Friday is one of the biggest special offer days of the year: the Friday following Thanksgiving. If after dinner with your family you dare to “camp” in a parking lot all morning with hundreds of people, Black Friday may be a good option.
Cyber Monday, for its part, is an excellent opportunity to buy items online with special discounts. Cyber Monday is held on the Monday following the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, although these Internet sales usually start days earlier.
Cyber Monday is the best option for you if you hate crowds and prefer to spend the holiday weekend with your loved ones. By registering in advance in the portals of your favorite stores to receive e-mails with promotions, notifications, and coupons for discounts related to sales of Cyber Monday, you can start preparing now for that day.
But before making a decision, know the pros and cons of Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
Pros and Cons of Black Friday
Pros and Cons of Cyber Monday
Analyze these pros and cons before making a decision. If you don’t have previous experience with Black Friday and Cyber Monday, ask other people. And the most important thing: create a budget and follow it!