Green Monday aka Cyber Monday 2 is the biggest shopping day in December. It falls on the second Monday of the month. That’s when shoppers realize they only have around 10 shipping days left before Christmas. In 2018, Green Monday falls on December 10.
Though eBay coined the phrase, a number of other big retailers have jumped on the Green Monday bandwagon. Target, Kohl’s, Walmart, Amazon, Overstock.com, and Best Buy have all run promotions on Green Monday in the past. Green Monday is your last chance to pick up last minute holiday gifts.
Green Monday Sales Stats
In 2016, Green Monday online retail sales were $1.621 billion. That beat the 2014 record of $1.615 billion. It’s more than double the pre-recession high of $881 million set in 2007. Also, have a look at the below table.
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How to get the best Green Monday deals?
Keep an eye on the stores Green Monday Page. Here are the direct links:
- Browse Walmart Green Monday.
- Browse Amazon Green Monday.
- Browse Target Green Monday.
- Browse GameStop Green Monday.
- Browse Macy’s Green Monday.
Best Amazon Green Monday Deals.
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More Misc. Deals from all Stores.
- Save up to 40% on Anker Products.
- Save on networking products.
- Save up to 30% on Star Wars toys, electronics, bedding & more.
- Buy two select games, get a $50 Target gift card
- BestBuy – Jabra Elite 65t true wireless headphones are $119.99 (usually $169.99, matches the best Black Friday deal)
- Target – 9.7-inch iPad (6th Generation, 32GB) for $250 (24% OFF)
- Walmart – Microsoft Xbox One X 1TB console for $400 (20% OFF)
- Target – Apple HomePod is $249.99 (usually $349.99, matches the best Black Friday deal).
- Walmart – Samsung Galaxy Tab E 9.6″ 16GB Tablet – SM-T560NZKZXAR + $25 Google Play credit for $99.99 (reg $189)
As usual, We’ll also be putting here the best Green Monday Deals from all the stores. In the meantime, you be prepared for the third biggest shopping day. Make a list of the items that you need to buy, create an account on shopping websites that you might use and save your address to beat the rush.
Just being the first to get the deal doesn’t necessarily mean it’s the ‘best’ deal though. Before you put your credit card details in to buy, consider doing a quick check to make sure that the deal you’re getting is as good as it looks. Discounts at some stores are better than others and not all price cuts are as hefty as they might initially seem. If you want a service to do the legwork for you, sites like PriceGrabber can do comparisons across a variety of sites in one go.