Black Friday Vs. Cyber Monday Statistics You Won’t Believe
A battle as old as time. One great shopping day versus the other. Black Friday has been around for a long time while Cyber Monday is a concept that's newer to the holiday season. Here are some stats to help you pick your favorite shopping day of the year according to Blackfriday.com -
- Consumers will spend an average of $57 more on Black Friday than on Cyber Monday this year.
- Black Friday continues to move online, with 68% of those shopping on that day saying they’ll do most of their shopping online.
- Clothing and tech are the most popular categories for deal-hunters on both Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
- Nearly a third of holiday shoppers (31%) say they’ll do most of their shopping on Black Friday, while 22% say they’ll do most of their shopping on Cyber Monday.
- Amazon is the top retailer for deals on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, shoppers say.
For both days, men are the most likely to spend big. They’re 10% more likely than women to spend $1,200+ on Black Friday and 6% more likely to spend $1,200+ on Cyber Monday.