You can easily save more on Cyber Monday than on the fabled Black Friday.
Redding, CA (PRWEB) November 24, 2011
Rather-Be-Shopping.com, a leading online coupon destination, has added a Cyber Monday coupons feature in preparation for Monday, November 28th, the biggest online shopping day of the year.
The Cyber Monday phenomenon started in 2005 as a way to persuade shoppers to shop online. According to comScore, consumers in 2010 spent an all-time high $1028M online on the Monday after Thanksgiving. Rather-Be-Shopping.com now has a special page where all Cyber Monday coupons are listed for easy retrieval.
“Retailers have caught on to the fact that many people head back to work on the Monday after Thanksgiving, still a little hung-over from the long Holiday weekend, and instead of analyzing flow-charts, they start their Christmas shopping online,” said Kyle James, owner and president of Rather-Be-Shopping.com. "The only reason Cyber Monday is successful is because retailers offer some incredible 1-day only coupons and online deals. We have already received hundreds of coupons for free shipping and up to 50% off your online purchase. You can easily save more on Cyber Monday than on the fabled Black Friday."
In addition to online coupons, James offers additional tips on how to get the most savings out of Cyber Monday:
Free Shipping: At the very least look for a free shipping coupon. 90% of online retailers will have a free shipping offer of some kind.
Go Social: Check Facebook and Twitter on Cyber Monday as many retailers will be offering special 1-day sales and coupons exclusive to their followers.
Rather-Be-Shopping.com is a leading destination for savvy shoppers looking for online coupons, printable coupons, and free shipping offers. Since 2001, online shoppers have made the website their hub for coupons to over 700 top national retailers like Lowe’s, Lands’ End, Kohl’s, Target, Walmart, Dell, and American Eagle Outfitters. Rather-Be-Shooping.com also has a popular blog offering tips on other creative ways to save money in everyday life. For more information, please visit http://www.rather-be-shopping.com