On Monday November 30th, 2009 many consumers will log onto their computers, whether at home or work, to get their holiday shopping started or finished. Black Friday 2009 has already proven to be a large success online in terms of internet retailer’s reported sales numbers. It’s estimated that many people will participate in this year’s Cyber Monday, since after all it’s a whole lot easier than driving to the stores, finding a parking space, and fighting off crowds just to get the items you want to buy. So let’s take a look at who’s got the online Cybermonday deals for 2009.
One of the most popular online shopping destinations will be Amazon’s CyberMonday deals. Amazon has been offering deals through the week of Black Friday, and those deals will continue through Cyber Monday. The online retailer has daily Gold Box specials as well as Cyber Monday Lightning specials. These deals are time sensitive and only last for hours or minutes, until a new deal is posted. In addition, Amazon offers its “Super Saver Shipping”, which typically kicks in on items or oders that are $25 or higher.
Best Buy is offering its “2-day Cyber Monday sale” with deals on Blu-ray discs and DVD’s from $8, select video games from $25 and up, and a Seagate 500 gigabyte external hard drive for just $50. There’s many more deals to be explored at the online electronics retailers site which will include video game accessories, computer accessories and more.
Target and Walmart won’t be left out of the mix, as both of these big “real world” retail operations are also looking to score sales online. In keeping with the theme of popular electronics, Walmart will offer a 22″ HDTV/DVD player combo for $238, a Samsung Blu-ray player for $148, and the 32gb Apple iPod touch in a special starter kit bundle deal. Target offers several online coupons such as its popular “$7 off $70″ coupon with free shipping. Target’s already advertising “Don’t wait. Our best cyber deals are here.”, and offering a variety of discounted items including a TV for over $500 off. They’ve got daily deals in effect as well as free shipping on over 125,000 items that are $50 or more. So in reality, the big red retailer is ahead of the Monday shopping game.
Computer retailers will be stepping it up for their Cyber Monday deals. These include Dell, Hewlett-Packard (HP) and Lenovo who each will offer their own discount and sales coupons online. TigerDirect and Newegg are two other relatively big online dealers in computer supplies who will offer sales. Buy.com is yet another option which offers electronics, books, music, movies, computers and much more. And don’t forget Staples and OfficeMax!
And the deals will continue with the websites for Sears, Old Navy, Victoria’s Secret, Bath & Body Works, ZipZoomFly and many more!
There’s several sites to consult to help you find those Cybermonday deals as well. Fatwallet, Pricegrabber and Cybermonday.fm are just three you might consider checking out before you start surfing the web Monday morning to find those deals.