10 great deals we found on Cyber Monday for you

After a busy weekend of shopping for consumers in the region, retailers today will push another frenzy of sales — this time online for Cyber Monday, the busiest online shopping day of the year.

Approximately 78 million people in the U.S. expect to shop on Cyber Monday, according to the National Retail Federation. That make it the second busiest shopping day of Thanksgiving weekend, right behind Black Friday when 115 million were estimated to shop.

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These are 10 deals you don’t want to miss out on today:


Online shoppers can access an exclusive promo code for $50 off a $100 or more online purchase, and shipping is free on any purchase of $25 or more. MORE HERE

Some of the deals include:

•Up to 70 percent off select outerwear for ladies, men and kids

•$19.97 any size Living Quarters down alternative reversible comforters

•Sharper Image GPS location with camera drone 1080P for $279.97


Toys”R”Us and Babies”R”Us is offering 15 percent off site-wide on Cyber Monday and 25 percent off all Hasbro games as well as 60 percent off all regular-priced Carter’s clothes, accessories and shoes.

Customers that don’t want to wait for their items or have them delivered where kids can sneak a peek can take advantage of the deals and Buy Online, Pickup In-Store throughout the week.


Overstock.com is offering doorbuster deals on more than 1 million items. Some of the deals include: an extra 25 percent off area rugs, 15 percent off bedding and bath, 15 percent off bedroom furniture and 15 percent off living room furniture. Here’s some of the deals.


Amazon is offering free shipping on more than 100 million items. Amazon is offering deals on Fire Tablets starting at $29.99. Some of Amazon’s other deals include:

TCL 49-inch Roku Smart 4K TV — $349.99

Samsung 55-inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV — $897.99

Fire Stick with Amazon Alexa — $24.99

Kindle — $49.99

Fitbit Charge 2 Fitness Tracker —$99


Walmart’s deals started at midnight, and the retailer is also offering free shopping on hundreds of items. Walmart announced they were also bringing back some Black Friday deals that were incredibly popular online during the event.

Some of the deals include:

- Samsung 58” 4K Smart LED HDTV for $598 ($200 savings)

- RCA 55” 4K Roku Smart HDR LED TV for $379 ($420 savings)

- Straight Talk Samsung Galaxy S7 for $299 ($200 savings)

- Lenovo ideapad 320 15.6” Laptop with Windows 10 for $199 ($70 savings)

- Bose QuietComfort Noise-cancelling Headphones for $179 ($100 savings)

- RCA Cambrio 10.1” 2-in-1 32GB Tablet with Windows 10 (includes keyboard) for $99.98


Target is offering free shipping and returns through Dec. 23. Some of the retailer’s Black Friday deals include:

- Up to 40 percent off all furniture, plus an extra 15 percent off with the code “TURKEY”

- KitchenAid Professional 5-quart mixer — $199.99

- PlayStation VR Gran Turismo Sport Bundle — $299.99

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J.Crew is offering 40 percent off plus an extra 10 percent off customer’s entire purchases until noon on Monday. Gap is offering 50 percent off everything, plus free shipping. Banana Republic is offering 50 percent off of everything on its site, and The Limited is offering 50 percent off everything plus free shipping.


Meijer is offering a $45 annual Shipt Membership for $49 plus a $15 credit for home delivery. The retailer is also offering 15 percent off all general merchandise, apparel and shoes with mperks.


The electronics retailer is offering:

- LG - 43” Class (43” Diag.) - LED - 2160p - Smart - 4K Ultra HD TV — $329.99

- Apple - MacBook Air® - 13.3” Display - Intel Core i7 - 8GB Memory - 512GB… — $1,349.99

- Dell - Inspiron 2-in-1 17.3” Touch-Screen Laptop - Intel Core i7 - 16GB Me… — $799.99

- Microsoft - Surface Laptop - 13.5” - Intel Core i5 - 4GB Memory - 128GB Solid S… — $899

10. KOHL’S

Kohl’s deals include:

50-60 percent off select outerwear for the family

Select Women’s and Juniors boots — $29.99

Select Men’s and Women’s athletic shoes — $39.99 and under

Keurig K-Classic brewer — $89.99

50-60 percent off pajamas


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