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Cyber Monday deals 2019

Get ready for Monday 2 December 2019

After a great Cyber Monday last year, this year is set to have more incredible offers.

Offers for the meantime

Why do Cyber Monday at Argos?

Spend a little more, have longer to pay with the Argos Card

Pay up to 3 months later when you spend £50+ or pay up to 6 months later when you spend £99+. On selected products you can pay up to 12 months later. Representative 29.9% APR variable. Credit subject to status. T&C's apply.

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A little bit of Cyber Monday history

Unlike Black Friday, which has a long history in the USA, Cyber Monday is a more recent phenomenon. It’s a fantastic opportunity to snag the best deals on a huge range of products. Many go for new tech products like TVs and laptops. But don’t let the name deceive you – ‘Cyber’ refers to online shopping, not exclusively tech products. So you may find great offers on things like sofas, kitchen electricals and even clothing!

When is Cyber Monday 2019?

This year Cyber Monday falls on Monday 2 December. Every year, it takes place on the Monday after Thanksgiving, following Black Friday.

When did Cyber Monday begin?

The term Cyber Monday surfaced first in 2004. Since then it has continued to grow as a retail event. 2006 saw reported online sales in the USA worth $608 million and, by 2010, the day’s sales exceeded $1 billion. Cyber Monday now happens all around the world and other countries, including the UK, see increasing amounts of people taking to the internet, to scoop up Cyber Monday deals.

Why is it called Cyber Monday?

Cyber Monday was first coined in reaction to data that showed that online sales surged on the Monday after Thanksgiving in the USA. Many Americans would take Black Friday off as holiday and start shopping for their Christmas gifts. Those who didn’t take holiday time or decided to avoid the rush on the high street, would wait to begin their shopping online on the Monday.

Cyber Monday in the UK

Cyber Monday has grown in popularity in the UK in recent years and it’s now one of the biggest shopping events of the year. It’s an ideal time for people to grab deals for themselves, but also to do some pre-Christmas shopping to manage the mania of the Christmas period.