Cyber Monday? More Like Cyber November.
The internet “holiday” has barely been around for a decade or so, but that hasn’t stopped brands from turning the digital version of Black Friday into a sweet deals marathon.
We’ve taken it upon ourselves to scour the web for some of the most overblown, month-long sales to get you started on your holiday shopping. That way, you can spend Cyber Monday actually working instead of secretly online shopping at your desk.
Amazon’s “Black Friday Countdown” is already under way, with price slashes on everything from its popular Echo, Echo Dot, Amazon Fire TV Stick and Kindle. You can also add bundles of cheap phone chargers to your cart while you’re at it. The official Amazon Cyber Monday sale technically doesn’t start until after Black Friday, but you can still check their page for daily deals until then.
If you absolutely detest paying for shipping, Target’s deal this month is definitely for you. The retail giant is offering free delivery on all purchase with no minimums required. That’s right, even last minute gifts will ship free up until December 23. Pre-Black Friday deals include deep price cuts on video games and electronics.
As one of the most popular Black Friday “doorbuster” destinations, Best Buy’s countdown to Black Friday includes free shipping on everything on top of deeply discounted electronics. If you’re looking to upgrade your laptop or phone at Best Buy, now may be the best time to do it.
While Walmart hasn’t revealed its big Black Friday ad yet, its sales have already begun online. Deals include a Samsung 55” Smart LED TV for $597.99 and the choice between the sought-after Xbox One S 500GB Console with Bonus Game and Microsoft Controller for $279.
The online discount website has already started its pre-Cyber Monday sales with deals on homegoods like bedding and kitchenware. You can even sign up for special Cyber Monday coupons and be the first to know about the day’s flash sales.
While Groupon is known for its year-round bundled discounts, the site has made it even easier to shop for deals around the web by curating an “Internet is on sale” list. Stores include fashion retailers like Macy’s, Nordstrom and American Eagle Outfitters.
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