Cyber Monday was created more than a decade ago as an online counterpoint to the brick-and-mortar-heavy Black Friday event.
It was seen as a way of giving online retailers a chance to offer their customers deals and a more convenient shopping option.
Since then, the lines between the two big shopping events have become a little more blurred, but either way, it's a massive retail event that gets bigger every year, with spending reaching $7.8 billion in 2019.
The most popular categories for shoppers are gift cards, clothing, electronics, books, games and toys, food and liquor.
People who think they missed out on Black Friday discounts will be hopeful they're still in with a chance for a good deal. So use social media to promote your offers and coupon codes, and remind people there are still bargains to be had!
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