As interest in Black Friday shopping wanes among consumers, Cyber Monday is still expected to attract holiday deal hunters.
If Black Friday was too busy or too cold, shopping from home is a option being embraced by more people every year.
Anthony Liuzzo, Ph.D., professor of business and economics at Wilkes University, said even while holiday shopping tends to be blending together and retailers and e-tailers try to capture shoppers earlier, Cyber Monday will continue as a event – albeit a virtual one.
“Cyber Monday will hold up,” he said. “When people get back the office on Monday and get to their computers, they will be shopping.”