Cyber Monday 2020 in the UK

All the information about Cyber Monday in the UK is on this page. Here you can find out what and when Cyber Monday is, as well as all the stores participating and the biggest deals to expect. We have already collected the best shopping tips on how to save money and get the most from the event. Check out the latest news here and enjoy Cyber Monday!

All about Cyber Monday in the UK

What is Cyber Monday?

Cyber Monday is a shopping sale held every year right after Black Friday. Unlike Black Friday, Cyber Monday is focused on online shopping. Customers can pick up some amazing deals when they shop online during the sale.

Cyber Monday has become more popular in the UK in recent years. Some retailers run a weekend of sales beginning with Black Friday and ending with Cyber Monday. Others run a special Cyber Monday sale with deals only available during the day itself.

During Cyber Monday you can expect discounts of up to 70%. Most major retailers will take part in the sale. In particular Cyber Monday is an important sale for tech products and electronics. Online-only retailers such as Amazon will have some big discounts, and high street retailers such as Currys PC World, Boots, GAME and John Lewis will also join the sale.

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When is Cyber Monday 2020?

Cyber Monday will be held on 26th November. Some retailers will offer a whole week of discounts, called Cyber Week, while others will restrict their deals to Cyber Monday itself. Since the deals are online, many of the discounts will be valid until midnight. But some retailers also offer flash sales that run for a shorter time, or in limited quantities.

Do you wanna know when the Cyber Monday starts and ends at your favorite store? Click here, find your shop and check its date.

How long are the sales?

Every retailer sets its own dates and timings for the sale. Some retailers will finish their sales on Cyber Monday. Others will begin the sale on or before Black Friday and continue until the end of the week after Cyber Monday, or even until the end of November.

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Participating stores

Find Cyber Monday deals at your favourite shop

Every year more and more shops take part in Cyber Monday sales, and in the UK you can find discounts at 1000s of brands and online retailers both on the day itself and in the preceding weeks. We’ve gathered the biggest sales and best deals in one place, so you can browse your favourites to see what’s on this Cyber Monday.

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Virgin Media
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Links of London
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Urban Outfitters
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Forever 21
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E.L.F cosmetics
John Greed Jewellery
The White Company
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The Hut
Ralph Lauren
JD Sports
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What kinds of deals can I find?

You can find many product types on sale during Cyber Monday. Some of the most popular areas for discounts are tech and electronics including video games consoles, smartphones, televisions, laptops and smart tech. Hundreds of retailers including most major tech and electronics stores will be participating in the event. For example, Amazon always joins the sale and reduces prices across its Kindle and Echo ranges by as much as 30%. Currys PC World will also likely drop prices on selected laptops. John Lewis will match its competitors’ prices so you can always find a good deal there.

Also, we already know which most popular product categories will be on promotion:


Dell • Dell Latitude 5480 laptop £1352.30
John Lewis • HP 15-bw089na 15.6in Laptop £759.90
Playstation 4 video games console 
Currys PC World • PS4 with FIFA 18, GT Sport, Fallout 4 and Knowledge Is Power £282.96
Amazon • Sony Playstation 4 1TB with GT Sport and FIFA 18 £292.84
Smartphones • Nokia 8 £489
Amazon • Samsung Galaxy S8 64GB Black £689
Vacuum Cleaners 
Argos • Dyson V8 Absolute cordless vacuum cleaner £519.99
Currys • Dyson V6 Animal cordless vacuum cleaner £369.99

Tips to grab yourself massive savings

Cyber Monday is one of the busiest online shopping days of the year. A bit of advance planning will help you make the most of the sale. Follow these tips and get prepared for the big day.
Shop with Coupons

Before you do any shopping, visit the DailyMail website. You’ll find discount codes and vouchers for all your favourite retailers that you can use at any time of the year, including during the Cyber Monday sale.

Get Free Delivery

Many retailers offer free standard delivery with a minimum spend. Check the minimum spend amount before you shop and try to group your purchases to meet the limit. You’ll be able to claim free delivery.

Sign Up

Visit your favourite retailers’ websites and sign up to receive their newsletters by email. This is an easy way to be the first to hear about the sale launches and latest products. Some retailers also offer exclusive discounts to customers on their mailing lists. Sign up to receive price alerts for your planned purchases, and you’ll get a message when prices go down.

Join the Club

Lots of retailers have clubs and rewards programmes that allow you to collect points every time you make a purchase. We recommend becoming a member at your favourite stores before Cyber Monday, so you’ll automatically collect points on all your sale purchases.

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What was Cyber Monday like last year?

Cyber Monday has been getting bigger every year in the UK as more retailers join in. For many consumers, it marks the final splurge of the Black Friday sale. However, Cyber Monday has been growing faster than Black Friday. In 2017 Cyber Monday online sales increased by 7% year on year compared to 1% for Black Friday online sales. Last year there were a total of 185.7 million visits to online retailers during Cyber Monday. Amazon was in the the lead, with 26.17% of all visit share.

History of Cyber Monday

Cyber Monday began in the US, where in 2005 the sale was first given its name in a press release. It was launched as an online-only sale to be held right after Black Friday. Cyber Monday quickly spread across the globe, and the sale is particularly popular in the UK where internet shopping is already well established. Since its launch, Cyber Monday and its older sibling Black Friday have been joined into a whole weekend of sales at many stores.


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What else do I need to know?

Is it safe to shop online?

Definitely. Online shopping is now very safe as there is plenty of technology to protect your purchases. In November 2017, internet sales made up 19% of total retail sales in the UK, and this figure rises every year. However, you can help to ensure your safety online by always buying from reputable retailers and checking that websites you visit have the correct address displayed in your browser.

Should I wait for Cyber Monday?

You don’t have to wait until Cyber Monday to save money on your purchases. There are ways to save money at any time of the year. Try shopping with online discount vouchers. These are always available and are regularly updated.

You can also shop at other sales events throughout the year. For example, check out the Back to School sale and Black Friday.

Black Friday vs. Cyber Monday

Black Friday is the older sibling of Cyber Monday with a much longer history. It always takes place on the day after Thanksgiving, which this year is 23rd November. On Black Friday you’ll find sales in most major retailers, both in stores and online. If you enjoy the thrill of physically scrambling to pick up a bargain, you might like shopping on Black Friday. But if you prefer browsing the sale from the comfort of your couch, then Cyber Monday is for you. Whereas Black Friday features sales on all kinds of items, Cyber Monday is more focused on tech and electronics.

How does Cyber Monday in the UK compare to…

…the rest of Europe

In the rest of Europe Cyber Monday is slowly growing, but is still far behind the UK in terms of sale figures and numbers of retailers participating. But other countries take part and the sale continues to grow every year. In the Netherlands over 100 retailers regularly take part, while in Belgium revenues doubled from 2015 to 2016 as the sale became more popular.

…to the USA

Cyber Monday began in the US and the sale has remained extremely popular there. But the UK is quickly catching up as more consumers choose to shop online. The tech industry is growing as people invest in smart tech for their homes and wearable tech is another growing industry that is shopped heavily on Cyber Monday. With some fashion retailers also joining the sale, the popularity of the sale in both the US and the UK is moving beyond tech and electronics to cover all online shopping.

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