By Dexter Keyton, EnStarz | Nov 20, 2012 05:54 PM EST
Black Friday crowds are turning many shoppers to online retailers who are offering Cyber Monday deals.
Here is a look at the top deals from the biggest retailers this Cyber Monday.
Kohl's previewed their Cyber Monday deals with $15 Kohl's Cash for every $50 spent either in-store or online on items like toys, jewelry, cookware and Christmas décor. Early Bird Specials at Kohl's website will start online on Nov. 21.
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Amazon released their Cyber Monday preview with a promotion that lasts starting three days after Thanksgiving until Saturday, Dec. 1. The online retailer's website said "you'll find the top Cyber Monday deals, limited-time sales, and specials from across Amazon, including sales on electronics, low prices on DVDs, toy bargains, and fashionable deals on clothing, shoes, jewelry, and more."
Amazon is also offering Prime Membership for $79 that gives online shoppers free two-day shipping on most items for an entire year, plus free instant streaming movies and TV shows.
Wal-Mart is starting Cyber Monday early with deals debuting on Saturday, Nov. 24, and ending on Sunday, Dec. 2.
The announced deals for Cyber Monday include an Xbox 360 Skylanders Family Fun Bundle for $159, a Double Power T-711 with a WiFi 7-inchTablet with Android 4.0 for $59 and the Little Tikes Kitchen for $50. There are two big TV deals with a Samsung 40-inch and 55-inch 1080p Class LED televisions, respectively priced at $598 and $1,498.
Overstock.com is advertising discounts across the board with 20 percent off select clothing, shoes, handbags and accessories.
Clothes, toys and electronics aren't the only goodies with great deals attached this Cyber Monday. Travel websites like Orbitz are offering 15 percent off stays between Nov. 15 and Jan. 5 at select hotels.
A Cyber Monday Twitter page was started to track the latest deals like 10 percent off 24-hour fitness memberships and deals from brands like Timberland and Bulova.
Cyber Monday has become increasingly popular with $1.25 billion in online sales last year, according to digital analytics company comScore. A new report from Neilson said 30 percent of shoppers plan on participating in Cyber Monday deals.
Remember to shop safely online, as scammers will be working double time to catch shoppers looking for the hottest cyber deals.
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