|Celebrations||Shopping / Consumerism|
|Date||2nd Monday in December|
|2022 date||December 12|
|2023 date||December 11|
|2024 date||December 9|
|2025 date||December 8|
Green Monday is an online retail industry term similar to Cyber Monday. The term was coined by Shopping.com, an eBay company, in 2007 to describe the best eCommerce sales day in December, usually the second Monday of December. After doing some internal research, they realized that the second Monday in December was the last day that shoppers were able to place an online order that would arrive in time for the holidays. Green Monday is defined more specifically by business research organization comScore as the last Monday with at least 10 days prior to Christmas.
In 2009, $854 million was spent online in the US on Green Monday, with sales in 2011 reaching $1.133 billion. In 2012, Green Monday topped out at $1.27 billion, up 13% from 2011 and the third heaviest online sales day for the season behind Cyber Monday and Dec. 4, 2012 (which had no marketing tie-in), according to comScore.
- Green Friday
- Black Friday (shopping)
- Buy Nothing Day
- Small Business Saturday
- Super Saturday (Panic Saturday)
- Cyber Monday
- Giving Tuesday
- ^ https://www.cbc.ca/news/online-shopping-venues-look-forward-to-green-monday-1.643282
- ^ Welcome to Green Monday. Today is a big shopping day, December 11, 2017
- ^ Perez, Juan Carlos (24 December 2007), "ComScore: Last Week Saw Strong Online Shopping", PC World, IDG News Service
- ^ "Have you heard of "Green Monday"?". WHEC. 8 December 2014. Retrieved 8 December 2014.
- ^ "What is Green Monday & How Did It Start? | OfficeCrave.com". www.officecrave.com. Retrieved 2020-08-30.
- ^ "Green Tuesday Reaches Record $913 Million in Online Spending", comscore.com, December 2009.
- ^ Hargrove, Kelli."Online Retail Spending up 14% For Q4", Transworld Business, 8 February 2012.
- ^ TheStreet.com "Bargain Hunters Continue Finding Great Deals on eBay This Cyber Monday" December 2013