Cyber Monday Sales Could Top Black Friday. When Will You Shop?

Cyber Monday and Small Business Saturday could draw more shoppers than Black Friday, Bankrate reports. Millennials and Gen Z are expected to drive spending.

Shoppers on multiple levels at Tysons Corner Mall on Black Friday, in Tysons Corner, VA.
Crowds of people in a multi-leveled shopping mall
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As Thanksgiving rounds the corner, retailers are rolling out deep discounts on coveted products. Whether you choose to shop on Black Friday, Cyber Monday, or Small Business Saturday, you’d be standing with an 81% majority of consumers who plan to shop these major sales events. A recent survey from Bankrate uncovered this year’s holiday shopping trends and preferences among shoppers. 

Cyber Monday takes first place

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Seychelle Thomas
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Seychelle is a seasoned financial professional turned personal finance writer. She’s passionate about empowering people to make smart financial decisions by combining 10 years of finance industry experience with solid research and a wealth of knowledge. Seychelle is also a Nav-certified credit and lending expert who has explored money topics such as debt consolidation, budgeting, credit, and lending in her work for publications including GOBankingRates, LendEDU, and Credible.