NEW YORK, NY (FOX NEWS) – A Record 246 million shoppers visited stores and websites over the four-day weekend starting on Thanksgiving. But if you are one of the many who chose to stay away from the massive crowds there is still time to snag some amazing deals. Retailers are offering up some super sales, and all with just a click of a mouse.
Retailers have raked in more than 59 billion dollars in sales from Thanksgiving day through Sunday. Now that Black Friday is history, small business Saturday is long gone, it’s now Cyber Monday’s turn to shine.
Americans are expected to spend an estimated 1.5 billion dollars today as retailers ramp up their internet deals. FOr many consumers, online shopping means no lines and no waits.
With the gift giving holidays right around the corner experts say its better to get your orders in early. If you do miss out on a great deal today, one retail analysts says you need not worry super sale prices are not going away anytime soon.
This year’s Cyber Monday is expected to be the biggest online shopping day of the year for the third year in a row. Researchers say Americans are expected to spend 20 billion dollars more than they did last year.
By: Marianne Rafferty, FOX News.