CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- After shopping deals on the back-to-back Brown Thursday and Black Friday, some shoppers still had a few more presents to check off their Christmas lists.
And some people said the idea of shopping from the comfort of home is what makes Cyber Monday so appealing.
"Definitely waiting for Cyber Monday," said Nicole Racadag in response to a Facebook question. "It's so much more convenient to shop online. The online deals are great and you don't have the hassle of jostling through crowds and trying to find parking."
An analysis from Adobe Digital Marketing predicted 15 percent growth early on Cyber Monday.
Adobe also predicted online Black Friday sales would be up 17 percent and Thanksgiving, the fastest growing day, would be up 21 percent. According to the site, these predictions come from an analysis of 450 billion visits to more than 2,000 retail websites over the last seven years.
"Cyber Monday, in particular, will break records as the highest single online shopping day ever with sales above $2.27 billion," said the article on Adobe's Digital Marketing blog.
Many people said after Black Friday, they were shopped out. However, a few shoppers said they liked to split the difference.
Melinda Mathews, who came up to Charleston from Richmond, said she and her family wanted to check out the deals while they were in the area for a funeral.
"I have my phone that I keep checking for deals for today and Cyber Monday," she said.
Mathews said one of the deals she was on the lookout for was getting the NASCAR Racing Experience at half-price on Cyber Monday.
She said usually, she and her family shop for other Christmas presents that day but this year, everything is checked off of her Christmas list.
"Everything is bought, wrapped, ready or shipped," she said.