Enjoy Cyber Monday at Flower Station with a selection of bouquets, rose boxes, potted plants,
reduced up to 50%!
The offers are available only on 27th November. Grab one of our beauties ON SALE
The Monday that falls after Thanksgiving weekend is referred to as Cyber Monday. It is similar to Black Friday, except online retailers offer discounts and special promotions on this day. The e-commerce term was first used in 2005, and since then, it has become a widely known marketing term that is used by online retailers all around the world. It is an appropriate time for small-scale online retailers to compete with their larger counterparts. Since its inception, Cyber Monday has become one of the biggest online shopping days of the year
Like all online retailers, we, at Flower Station, actively participate on Cyber Monday, by providing discounts on flowers that are delivered to your doorstep. Bouquets of exotic, seasonal, and imported flowers can be purchased at discounts up to 50%, so if you want flowers to be delivered to your house, or a loved one’s, then Flower Station has got your back.
Apart from offering great deals, we also take pride in providing speedy flower delivery services and prioritize the convenience of our customers over everything. Flowers ordered within London are delivered within the same day as long as they are ordered before 6 pm, while customers from the rest of the UK receive flowers on the next day with guaranteed freshness.
Cyber Monday was created by retailers to encourage people to shop online. The term was invented by Ellen Davis of the National Retail Federation and Scott Silverman, and made its debut on November 28, 2005, in a Shop.org press release entitled "'Cyber Monday' Quickly Becoming One of the Biggest Online Shopping Days of the Year".
Cyber Monday takes place the Monday after Thanksgiving; the date falls between November 26 and December 2, depending on the year.
Online shopping was booming in the years leading up to 2005 when the National Retail Federation (NRF) first coined the term “Cyber Monday.”
Cyber Monday is a marketing term referring to the first Monday after the Thanksgiving holiday in the United States. It's a 24-hour online shopping event that was originally created by businesses to encourage people to do their shopping online and is now often regarded as an extension of the Black Friday sales.
In late November 2005, The New York Times reported: "The name Cyber Monday grew out of the observation that millions of otherwise productive working Americans, fresh off a Thanksgiving weekend of window shopping, were returning to high-speed Internet connections at work Monday and buying what they liked."