Black Friday in-store shopping is just getting started, but Walmart has revealed its plans and some of the deals for the next big shopping day – Cyber Monday.
The sale starts at midnight ET Monday, Nov. 30 and will include “our biggest and best Cyber Monday savings to-date,” Scott McCall, Walmart U.S. executive vice president and chief merchandising officer, said in a blog post Friday.
The retail giant revamped its Black Friday this year amid the coronavirus pandemic. Instead of one short sale, it held three sales and most of the doorbusters were only available online.
“Given the online shopping trends in 2020, we expect this year to be a big one, too,” McCall wrote. “Customers will discover deals on thousands of gifts and great brands topping wish lists this holiday season – from toys and electronics to fashion, beauty and home – all just a click away. “McCall said Walmart has staffed fulfillment centers to process orders quickly for delivery.
“We’re ready to kick-off our Cyber Monday event and we know it will be another example of what we do best – offering customers convenient ways to shop for the best gifts at amazingly low prices,” McCall said…Read more>>