Black Friday, Cyber Monday
Updated: Jul 5
Every Thursday at the end of November is Thanksgiving Day. Thanksgiving is a bigger holiday in the United States than Christmas. Many people spend four consecutive holidays visiting distant families or cooking turkey dishes and spending their holidays slowly.
The day after Thanksgiving is Black Friday, and from this day the sale battle will be set off for the Christmas sales season. From midnight on Friday, Eastern Time (EST), online shops are heavily accessed and top-selling items may sell out in a blink of an eye.
Also, on the first Monday of the week, there are many stores that dispose of unsold products on Black Friday, and recently it is called Cyber Monday, and both physical stores and online shops are booming on this day as well.