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Cyber Week Sale Continues - Still seeing Deals in Canada

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Cyber Week Sale Continues - Still seeing Deals in Canada

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November 30, 2018
Several Online Retailers
I am still seeing Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals and as it seems, some of the online retailer extended their sale

https://www.furniture.ca/collections/sale - Cyber Week Sale - All week I assume
https://www.leons.ca/collections/sale-items - Black Friday Sale - According to the website - ends Wednesday November 28
https://www.wayfair.ca/daily-sales/cyber-monday - Cyber Week Sale - All week I guess, I do not see the end date
https://www.bestbuy.ca/en-CA/cyber-monday-sale.aspx - Sale has ended - According to the website, this sale returns in 2019 BUT Black Friday Deals all week this week and door crashers https://www.bestbuy.ca/en-CA/sc-188120/ ... y-top-deal
https://www.ashleyfurniture.com/c/deals/cyber-monday/ - Cyber Week all week
https://www.amazon.ca/b?node=6054206011 ... 3F9WWG1T4V - Cyber Monday Deals Week , so all week I assume, cannot see an end date
https://www.walmart.ca/en/gifts-holiday ... ber-monday - Sale continues
https://bookoutlet.ca/Store/Browse?size ... pularity_0 - Books on sale too up to 30%, ends today 4PM EST (could not choose several categories)
https://www.staples.ca/en/shop/Dollar-Deals/ - Black Friday Dollar Deals - till December 4
https://www.lowes.ca/articles/pre-cyber ... a1503.html - Cyber Monday sale, ends November 27 in store and online, time n/a

If you see more deals, please post......
8 replies
Mar 6, 2015
367 posts
New Brunswick
For the most part, Black Friday no longer exists. What we have is a hazy greying period for some number of weeks surrounding American Thanksgiving. There were "Black Friday" sales two weeks before, so no surprise to see "deals" the week after. In time, for us Canadians at least, Black Friday and Boxing Day (now Week) sales will merge into one big two month long spending extravaganza
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Oct 23, 2003
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Its weeks instead of days because most of the deals are jacked-up MSRP's with fake sale discounts, bringing most items in line to their normal prices, but having a big red "sale" sign next to them accompanied by 30-60% off values.

If the sales were legit, stores would run out of stock within the first 2-3 days, and wouldnt require 4 weeks of "sales".

I expect the black friday leftovers to be put on sale yet again on Boxing Day, but with a further 3-5% discount or something.
Jul 11, 2018
276 posts
We needed a topic saying things are going beyond cyber Monday.

Lol ok
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Jan 16, 2011
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Black Friday / Cyber Monday should just be rebranded as the Pre Christmas sale, or for sports fans, how about Holiday Kickoff Event. Or for most of Canada, First Snow Sales Extravaganza! Or the Sub Zero Sales Spectular?

F off Canadian Tire, stop trying to make red Thursday a thing...
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Nov 16, 2004
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You guys shopped at the wrong retailers then.
I shopped at many retailers who had none, to very little sales throughout the year (car parts, special order clothes)

Even the retailers who have sales, Black Friday is usually one of the kings of sales (with Boxing Day).

Yeah, you can't fall for it all, but you can't just sign off on Black Friday and say it was nothing.

I'm done Christmas shopping!
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Mar 23, 2004
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But of coz...

You have the Pre-Black Friday sales (which, for the last few years are actually better than the BF sales, for the most part)
Then you have the actual BF sales (shh don't tell people the pre-BF sales are better!)
Then you have the "weekend after BF" sales
Then you have the Cyber Monday sales
And then there's the inevitable "Cyber week" type sales where they keep it going

Anything to keep consumers coming in the door/going online to buy...something, whether it's a deal or not :P

Trust me the same thing will happen with BD though they kind of tone down the "Pre-BD" sales a bit because they know ppl are doing their last minute Christmas shopping and don't want to lose out on charging a premium just so ppl can get their loved ones something under the tree ;)
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Nov 26, 2006
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kr0zet wrote: F off Canadian Tire, stop trying to make red Thursday a thing...
The whole "red" day thing also seems poorly thought through. A "red" day is never good, associated with things like a business loss, a stock market drop... or some brutal massacre.
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Nov 30, 2010
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pricecheck wrote: The whole "red" day thing also seems poorly thought through. A "red" day is never good, associated with things like a business loss, a stock market drop... or some brutal massacre.
Exactly. Whoever thought of it must be such an idiot
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