Cyber Monday 2020, 2021 and furtherView below the dates for (among others) Cyber Monday 2020 and Cyber Monday 2021.
You can also see on which day the holiday falls and how many days it is until this holiday.
|Date||Holiday||Day||Week number||Days to go|
|November 30, 2020||Cyber Monday 2020||Monday||49||311|
|November 29, 2021||Cyber Monday 2021||Monday||48||675|
|November 28, 2022||Cyber Monday 2022||Monday||48||1039|
|November 27, 2023||Cyber Monday 2023||Monday||48||1403|
|December 2, 2024||Cyber Monday 2024||Monday||49||1774|
|December 1, 2025||Cyber Monday 2025||Monday||49||2138|
|November 30, 2026||Cyber Monday 2026||Monday||49||2502|
|November 29, 2027||Cyber Monday 2027||Monday||48||2866|
|November 27, 2028||Cyber Monday 2028||Monday||48||3230|
|November 26, 2029||Cyber Monday 2029||Monday||48||3594|
|December 2, 2030||Cyber Monday 2030||Monday||49||3965|
Significance of Cyber Monday 2020Cyber Monday 2020, although not a federal holiday, it is a holiday observed on the first Monday after Thanksgiving Day 2020 and Black Friday 2020 in the United States. It is a day on which most online retailers in the United States offer discounted prices on their products and services. It's becoming one of busiest online shopping days in the United States. Several other countries, including Canada, Germany, and the United Kingdom also now have their own version of Cyber Monday 2020, inspired by the United States.
History of Cyber MondayThe idea for having such a holiday called Cyber Monday 2020 was created by Tony Valado, in 2003 while working at 1800Flowers.com. The term "Cyber Monday" was first used within the e-commerce community during the 2005 holiday season and was coined by Ellen Davis. The term was coined based on research in 2004 that showed that the Monday after Thanksgiving was "one of the biggest online shopping days of the year.
Thanksgiving weekend and Black Friday are known to mark the beginning of the Christmas shopping season and as a result many people tend to stay away from stores to avoid crowds. Additionally, thanksgiving weekend is also one of the busiest travel weekends in the US when people travel around the country to be with their families. Such travel may mean that, many customers miss out on Black Friday deals and sales.
It is thought that Cyber Monday was created as a way to encourage and make it easier for such customers to still shop. Cyber Monday has now become an international marketing term used by online retailers across the world.