Amazon’s Cyber Monday TV and tablet sales have started early in 2014, in fact they are already going on from Saturday for the whole week. The popular UK and USA online shopping destination made its plans clear within press statements, and directly on their website with targeted graphics.
Named, “Cyber Monday Deals Week” you can see the promotion right away once you land on the official USA website. We have featured one of the promotional graphics below on this page, which explains there will be thousands of deals all week. These will include large price drops on tablet PCs, 4K and HD LED TVs, laptops, printers, and much more.
It’s strange how the marketing departments of stores like Best Buy, Walmart, and Amazon renamed these events to what suits them best. This is why you will see Cyber Week deals along with Black Saturday, Cyber Saturday, and anything else that helps the retailer spin a sales event for today.
The “Limited-Time Deals” on Amazon have proved extremely popular every year and this is thanks to a countdown for each price cut. The shopper can not only see how long the current deal has left, but also upcoming special offers, and those missed to make consumers even more hyped up for the next discount. This is a very good formula for Amazon’s Cyber Monday and Week sale, although as we mentioned above it now starts on the weekend before.
Will you be taking advantage of Amazon’s Cyber Monday deals week in 2014 and if so, do you think it dilutes the event when starting before the mentioned day? If you head to the Amazon.com website right now, you will see the special event features price drops on Kindle Fire tablets, home monitoring systems, Movies, PS4 and Xbox One games, TV boxsets, watches, exercise equipment like treadmills, power tools, laptops like the Windows Lenovo G50 15.6-Inch, Dell’s Inspiron 15, the ASUS Transformer Pad, and much more.
Share a comment with your thoughts on how hard the online stores are pushing these events and renaming them, so almost everyday has another event with a different name.
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