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Cyber Monday: Online Savings or In-store Only
by Staff
Many sale-seeking shoppers wait to spend their hard-earned holiday dollars until the Monday following Black Friday, rather than brave the crowds. Ready to join their ranks? Find out how much you know about Cyber Monday in this quiz.

What year was the nickname Cyber Monday introduced?

  • 2000
  • 2003
  • 2005

What is the name Cyber Monday meant to imply?

  • It's a great day to get a deal on electronics.
  • It's a great day to get a deal while shopping online.
  • It's a great day to get a deal on broadband service.

How much money was spent online for Cyber Monday in 2005?

  • About $50 million
  • About $100 million
  • About $500 million

How much money was spent online for Cyber Monday in 2010?

  • About $500 million
  • About $800 million
  • About $1 billion

In 2010, how much money was spent online over the entire November to December Christmas season?

  • More than $10 billion
  • More than $20 billion
  • More than $30 billion

In 2010, how much was spent in retail dollars -- both online and in stores -- during the holiday season?

  • About $250 billion
  • About $450 billion
  • About $650 billion

In 2009, what percentage of shoppers were logging in from work on Cyber Monday?

  • About 50 percent
  • About 70 percent
  • About 90 percent

How much did online shopping on Cyber Monday increase between 2005, the year it was introduced, and 2006?

  • 11 percent
  • 19 percent
  • 26 percent

How many U.S. visitors flocked to the site CyberMonday.com on that day in 2006?

  • About 100,000
  • About 300,000
  • About 900,000

How many people visited the site CyberMonday.com on that day in 2008?

  • About 500,000
  • About 1,000,000
  • About 1,500,000