Cyber Monday 2010: The Best DealsMichelle Horton
If you’re like me and dread the crowds of determined, adrenaline-pumped, sleep-deprived, crazed Black Friday early birds, it’s really Cyber Monday (the Monday immediately after Thanksgiving) that you should be looking forward to. This is another huge surge of sales for the major retailers, where you have to be the quickest clicker rather than the fastest through the door. And in order to be successful at Cyber Monday, you absolutely have to be know where the where and when the best deals are.
While we’ll keep you updated on Cyber Monday deals as they roll in, here’s what we found so far:
Amazon is actually starting Cyber Monday TOMORROW and will continue offering sales for 7 days, with even lower prices on the actual Cyber Monday, November 22. For instance, you can find the Amazon Kindle for $139 instead of $189. They’re also expected to have huge electronic deals, especially on TVs. (We’ll update you more tomorrow!)
If you miss out on Walmart’s huge Black Friday deals, they’ll also have Cyber Monday sales like an Apple iPod Touch Bundle + Accessory Kit for $223, XBox 360 4GB Console + Kinect + two games for $388, and a Panasonic 42″ Plasma TV for $478. Check out the Walmart Black Friday ads here.
As for Best Buy’s Cyber Monday sales, you can actually see what they’re offering right on their site. For instance, Best Buy is selling a Panasonic 65″ VIERA Plasma HDTV for $1,799.99 instead of the original $3,199.99; a Microsoft Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000 for $25; and a Seagate Expansion 500GB External Desktop HDD for $50. See the Best Buy Black Friday ads here.
We’ll keep you updated on Cyber Monday sales, but here’s what you need to know about Black Friday deals: