TOP 09 BIGGEST SALE DAYS IN THE SECOND HALF OF 2021
The coronavirus upended consumer’s lives including the way people shop. Indeed, it’s clear that shoppers are forced to shift their spending to the web. This time is the challenge but also the opportunity to develop your online businesses.
Hera Orichi'd like to suggest some major sales during the second half of 2021 so you can strategize your promotion programs thus gaining great achievements.
# 1. Father's Day
In the lead-up to June 20, a lot of products for Dad will be on sales such as watches, menswear, shoes, wallets, TVs, tools and other popular gifts.
# 2. Independence Day
It is America’s birthday. It is a long weekend in the states and pretty much every retailer is pulling out all the stops to get people to spend their day off shopping.
# 3. Amazon Prime Day
This is an annual deal event exclusively for Prime members, delivering two days of epic deals on products from small businesses and top brands at the best price. The official date for 2021 won't be announced until a few weeks prior, but Prime Day generally falls in mid-July.
# 4. Labor Day
Labor Day ends grilling season, so expect discounts on everything you'd use for outdoor entertaining. Clothing leftover from back-to-school sales will be on sale, as will appliances and mattresses.
# 5. Halloween
Halloween itself isn't a major shopping day. However, it's the point at which any costumes, candy and spooky decor that didn't sell earlier in the month will go on sale.
# 6. Black Friday
It is one of the biggest shopping days of the year and virtually every online retailer goes all out to get the masses of shoppers to come to their stores. On Black Friday you should make great discounts on practically anything to attract customers.
# 7. Cyber Monday
Cyber Monday is the internet’s version of Black Friday. While you can still find great deals online on Black Friday, Cyber Monday has been designated as the day when online retailers pull out all the stops with discounts.
# 8. Super Saturday
The Saturday before Christmas and days surrounding it are filled with last-minute deals that you can set for your customers.
# 9. New Year's EveAfter-Christmas and New Year's sales typically run from Dec. 26 to Jan. 1. Since stores need to find a way to clear their shelves once the new year rolls around, some are planning to keep rolling back prices all the way until mid-February
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