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The largest online shopping day in the world is almost here — and it's not Black Friday or Cyber Monday.
Singles' Day is this Sunday, Nov. 11.
If that's news to you, you're not alone. Singles' Day is still catching on in the U.S. Here are five things you should know about Singles Day, followed by 11 great Singles' Day deals.
5 THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT SINGLES' DAY
- It started in China in 1993 as a way for singles to celebrate being single.
- The Chinese online retail giant Alibaba recognized the retail opportunity in Singles' Day and turned it into a shopping phenomenon.
- In 2017 shoppers spent $25 billion on Singles' Day, including $1 billion in the first two minutes of the event.
- That means Singles' Day is now at least four times bigger than Black Friday and Cyber Monday. It's also much bigger than Prime Day. Shoppers spent an estimated $1 billion on Prime Day 2017.
- U.S. retailers are starting to offer sales and discounts for Singles Day or are offering Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals earlier. Click here for Amazon's "Early Black Friday Deals" page.
11 TOP SINGLES' DAY DEALS
Now: $79.99 **The lower priced ones online are counterfeit. The price I found is the lowest.
**King size adds $10
Now: $24.99 **Prime Day best-seller!
This sale has a wide range of constantly changing products. Please keep in mind that while the other products I featured are at their guaranteed lowest prices, not every product on this Amazon sale is necessarily at an all-time low.
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Who is Matt Granite?
- Matt Granite is a freelance consumer reporter who produces stories and video for this Station, Amazon and others. He is not compensated by the brands featured here. This Station and its parent company may receive a share of the revenue from the site that sells the product if you purchase one of these products using the link on this page.