Walmart is all set to be the trendsetter of the holiday season by turning “Cyber Monday” into “Cyber Sunday,” according to ABC News .
“Cyber Monday” is termed as a shopping fiesta for people who want to shop all along the weekend starting from Thanksgiving and also for those who completely skip shopping on “Black Friday.”
According to Amazon Adviser, the retail company has already listed its “Black Friday 2015” deals starting from Thanksgiving Day and is gearing up for the next extravaganza. As other companies start their deals on Monday, Walmart has announced that it will start the sale on November 29 from 8 pm, few hours early than the regular trend.
The company is targeting those customers who want to shop beforehand as the office work load would keep them busy on Monday. The CEO of Walmart.com, Fernando Madeira said that their main strategy is to target working parents and millennials who find it difficult to stay awake all night to shop as they have to work the next day and also offer deals for the young crowd, reported Fortune.com .
“By starting Cyber Monday hours earlier on the previous evening and quadrupling the number of Cyber Monday specials, we’re making it easier for customers to get ahead of the busiest online shopping day of the holiday season and save on the best gifts,” said Fernando, as quoted by CNN Money. The company also announced the launch of its “Cyber Week” including “Cyber Monday” which will continue till December 4, 2015.
The most sought after offers from the giant retail outlet are for television sets and other electronic gadgets. Samsung LCD TV is priced for a low price of $498 instead of $700. LG 65-inch 4K television sets are priced for just $799 and the electronic gadgets like Surface Pro 3 and Surface Pro 4 tablet-laptop from Microsoft for $599.
Air Hogs Video Drones are available just for $75 and Air Hogs Star Wars Remote Control X-34 Landspeeder is priced for $19. Xbox One with an additional wired controller has been marked for $299.96.