On Cyber Monday Global you'll find all the information about Cyber Monday in Ireland and around the world. We've examined this event in various markets so that you don't miss anything. What's more, you'll find the best discounts in your country (Ireland) provided by Picodi - the best and biggest discounts provider on earth!
In Ireland Cyber Monday is one of the biggest shopping events of the year. It always falls on the Monday after Black Friday and this year it occurs on the 29th of November.
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CyberMonday.Global analytics examined historical statistics about worldwide sales — Black Friday and Cyber Monday — and prepared a prognosis for 2021.
With a help of Google Trends, we verified the popularity of Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales in time, both globally and in Ireland.
For ten years, the interest in Black Friday sales steadily increased. In comparison with Black Friday, Cyber Monday was marginalised in the last two years, probably because Black Friday’s time frame became blurry — it is not confined to Friday anymore.
Data for Ireland shows that the peak of interest in both Black Friday and Cyber Monday fell on 2017. Although 2019 was not the best year in terms of Internet users’ activity, both events still receive Irish peoples’ attention. Unfortunately, the pandemic and unstable situation in the labour market and the economy may cool off the interest of some shoppers.
Internal data of CyberMonday.Global platform indicates that in Ireland, on the main day of Black Friday sales, the number of transactions was 857 per cent higher than the annual average in 2019. On the other hand, on Cyber Monday the activity of shoppers was 225 per cent higher than the annual average.
Keeping in mind that sometimes Black Friday sales start as early as Monday, we checked how the sale looked day by day. The biggest activity was, obviously, noted on Friday — 22.8 per cent of the transactions made between November 25 and December 2 fell on this day. The Sunday after Black Friday had the least number of purchases during the analysed period. In total, 11.5 per cent of all annual sales took place during the 8 days of sales.
We asked 19 thousand Internet users in several dozens of countries about their opinion on November sales. 32 per cent of Irish people who took part in any of the analysed events were satisfied. 55 per cent of consumers were rather satisfied. The proportion of unsatisfied consumers in Ireland is quite low (10 per cent rather unsatisfied and 3 per cent unsatisfied). Hungarians, Argentinians, and South Africans were the most more discontent about Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
What was the biggest hassle for shoppers? Among the unsatisfied, 59 per cent said that discounts were too low. The second most common complaint (53 per cent) was the lack of attractive products on sale. 35 per cent admitted that discounted products were sold out too fast. Long queues in stores and slowly loading websites were a relatively small problem for consumers (18 and 17 per cent respectively).
Statistics on Google search queries can tell a lot about Irish consumers. Black Friday and Cyber Monday are usually associated with sales on electronics. However, in Ireland, it is jewellery that is extremely popular. During November sales, the demand for jewellery increased the most — 218 per cent compared to the annual average.
The second category which increased the most in terms of popularity was child care articles (105 per cent increase), while shoes ranked third (76 per cent).
The survey conducted among citizens od 44 countries shows that Irish people are rather big spenders: we will spend €269 on average. People from Austria and Germany will spend a similar amount — €314 and €268 respectively.
Shoppers who are planning to spend the biggest amounts of money on sales come from the USA (€410), Switzerland (€391), and the United Kingdom (€371). Pakistanis and Nigerians will spend the least — €53 and €58.
All statistical data comes from Google Trends, Google Keyword Planner, and Picodi.com, a global discount platform operating since 2010, which created CyberMonday.Global, a site dedicated to Cyber Monday sales. The survey conducted in September 2021 among 19 thousand respondents from 44 countries were also used in the report. For currency conversion, we used the average exchange rate from Google Finance.
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Cyber Monday is the name of a sale which takes place on the first Monday after Black Friday.
In the past, Black Friday sale took place in brick-and-mortar stores, while Cyber Monday sales were organised by online stores. Thus “cyber”.
In 2021, Cyber Monday sales will take place on November 29.
The list of stores which participate in Cyber Monday sales will appear on the site CyberMonday.global.
We analysed last years’ data and it turns out that many stores offer attractive discounts also on Cyber Monday, it is just the list of discounted products that changes. It is likely that the product you’re interested in will be on sale on Cyber Monday, not Black Friday.