Cyber Monday Sales 2012; GameStop, Amazon, eBay, Best Buy, and Walmart
on Nov 23, 2012 01:27 PM EST
Cyber Monday is a hit with shoppers unwilling to brave the lines and chaos of Black Friday.
Here's a look at a few of the best cyber deals this Cyber Monday.
Acer is offering up to off $170 Windows 7 and Windows 8 computers and touchscreen notebooks.
Amazon released their Cyber Monday preview with a promotion that lasts starting three days after Thanksgiving until Saturday, Dec. 1. 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. Amazon is offering the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Titanium from Sprint with a price of $229.99 with a 2 year contract along with electronics deals between 30 to 60 percent off.
Barnes & Noble will offer a free $25 gift card with the MasterCard purchase of a Nook Simple Touch e-reader, a Nook Color tablet or Nook Tablet. If you use any other payment method to buy a Nook you'll get no free gift card. The bookstore chain is also offering 30% off of any one item, 50% off New York Times bestselling books and up to 70% off Blu-Ray movies.
Best Buy has a wide range of Cyber Monday deals that includes: a 55-inch Samsung LED-backlit TV selling for $999.99, the HTC Titan running Windows Phone and the HTC Wildfire S running Android are both free with a new two-year contract, point-and-shoot cameras are $40, a number of laptops are on sale including a 15.6-inch Toshiba Satellite for $279.99, and Barnes & Noble's Nook Simple Touch e-reader is down to $79.99.
Dell's offers includes an Inspiron 14R for $399.99,a 46-inch Sony Google TV with 1080p resolution for $798, and Nintendo Wii with the New Super Mario Bros. game for $134.99.
Auction site eBay has a Cyber Monday deal that includes a Samsung SMART 16.1 MP digital camera for $129.99, various 1/5 CT white gold earrings for $149, and Dooney and Bourke shopper bags for $139.
GameStop has a few promotions this Monday like new games marked down to $10 and $20, Refurbished iPod Touch 3rd Gen. 32 GB for $179.99, and bigger savings on pre-used games.
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.
MacMall has a wide selection of Apple products marked down for Cyber Monday like Mac Mini for $573, 16GB Wi-Fi iPad (4th generation) for $473.99, 64GB iPod touch (5th generation) for $394.00, 8GB iPod touch (4th generation) for $179.99, and 11" 1.7GHz 64GB MacBook Air at only $898.
Orbitz are offering 15 percent off stays between Nov. 15 and Jan. 5 at select hotels.
Overstock.com is advertising discounts across the board with 20 percent off select clothing, shoes, handbags and accessories.
Sony has a number of deals starting on Thanksgiving and ends on Cyber Monday. One of the reported sales is on Vaio S Series 13 laptops with Core i7-3520M processor, 8GB of RAM, 750GB hard drive, Nvidia GeForce GT 640M LE discreet graphics, and Windows 8 Pro priced at $1,079.99.
Verizon's Black Friday deals mark down Motorola Xoom 4G tablets for $199.99 and the HTC Droid Incredible 2, Sony Xperia Play and Motorola Droid Pro are free with the purchase of a two-year data plan.
Walmart 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.
Always shop safely online, as scammers will be working double time to steal information from the millions of deal-seekers this holiday season.
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