Cyber Monday 2019

Monday, 2nd December 2019

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Christmas shopping days in 2018

Name

Date

Bank Holiday?

Black Friday

29th November 2019

No

Cyber Monday

2nd December 2019

No

Green Monday

9th December 2019

No

What is Cyber Monday?

Cyber Monday is on the Monday after Black Friday. It's about more than shopping for IT equipment and electronics. It's the day when retailers of all types offer discounts for online purchases. It's a great day for some stay home shopping

Where to look for the best deals

Expect major deals from the big retailers who try maximise sales during key sales periods, Amazon, eBay, John Lewis, Tesco Direct, Curry's, and Carphone Warehouse on Cyber Monday.

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Shopping Tips

Know your returns and refunds rights

During big sales you aren't necessarily entitled to a full refund if you change your mind about a purchase and return a non-faulty product, so be careful of impulse buying before adding it to your basket.


In-store purchases:  You might only be offered a partial refund, a credit note, an exchange, or nothing,


Online Purchases: You have a legal right to a full refund for a non-faulty product if you change your mind within 14 days of the purchase.


Is your case more complex than these? Find your answer on the Which? Returns and Refunds answerbase.

Stay safe from scams

Watch out for spam emails. Be cautious if you receive an email from a brand you don't remember signing up for. It is most likely a scam if the discounts are too good to be true and the text has grammatical errors.


Make sure you're on the right site. This is especially important if you clicked through to the website from an unsolicited email. Don't buy from websites with misleading spellings, such as "www.appel.com". It's an obvious tip, but it's worth remembering to check the site address when the adrenaline kicks at a fake 80% discount on the new iPhone.


Only give your credit card details on secure websites. Look for “https” at the beginning of the URL on the checkout page. If it says “http” the site owners didn't make the effort to secure your payment details. These aren't always scam sites, but would you buy from someone who doesn't protect your credit card information?

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