eBay unveiled Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals today as it also kicked off thousands of Cyber Week deals and doorbusters featuring brands including adidas, Apple, LG, Xbox, Ninja, and RayBan.
“Beginning today through Cyber Monday, shoppers can score thousands of deals on top items, including more than 50 percent off some of the hottest electronics, beauty, fashion, toys, sporting goods and more this Cyber Week, all with free shipping. And it doesn’t stop there; the marketplace is dropping new deals every hour on Black Friday and Cyber Monday.”
eBay is also inviting shoppers in New York City to its Black Friday Escape Room. It explained, “The multi-installation gamified Black Friday experience invites shoppers to beat the IRL madness through a series of challenges to win the holidays, then escape with eBay’s zen pop-up offering relaxing experiences and #HolidayChill shopping.”
The experience is open for one day only on Black Friday (Nov. 29) from 8am – 3pm ET at 163 Mercer Street.
“With the shortened holiday season, this is the busiest time of year for shoppers, and eBay has massive deals on in-demand items across every category,” said Sam Bright, VP and GM of Merchandising at eBay. “Whether holiday shoppers are looking for gifting inspiration, stocking stuffers or simply the best deal, we’re helping our customers win the holidays this season through our wide selection and incredible value.”
eBay also touted small businesses and charitable giving. “eBay is powered by the small businesses on the marketplace who bring unique merchandise – from the rare and one-of-a-kind gifts to locally sourced products – to buyers across the globe. Through Retail Revival, eBay is supporting entrepreneurs and small business communities to stay local and sell global. Shop to empower small businesses at www.eBay.com/ShopSmall.
“In addition to supporting small businesses, eBay for Charity is also celebrating Giving Tuesday on Dec. 3 on eBay.com/GivingTuesday.”
You can find more information about the Cyber Week activities and deals in eBay’s press release available on PRNewswire.com.