After black Friday, bargain hunters can look forward to Cyber Monday for the best deals online.
Wkyc.com is the place to be, starting Monday 1 a.m., for those looking for really good deals for the holidays.
Cyber Monday is the best time to start buying for the holidays, especially for those who want to accomplish their Christmas shopping while snuggling in their computer chairs.
Everything is expected to be on sale even before Cyber Monday including home appliances, games, movies, furniture, toys, art, and even electronics.
Luke Knowles, founder of Coupon Sherpa, tells WalletPop.com that he expects, “Cyber Monday deals to be as good, if not better than what we saw last year.”
Knowles added, “In past years, I have noticed that retailers bring out their best online offers, like free shipping on all orders, on Cyber Monday and I don’t see that changing this year.”
Many of the websites that online buyers have learned to patronize in the past because of their great deals are expected to start the best sale of the year even before Monday. Take for example NewEgg.com, Target.com, BestBuy.com, Walmart.com and Amazon.com which are set to offer special online deals that are not being offered in other stores.
Walmart Cyber Monday 2010 sales will include the $223-Apple iPod Touch in the 8GB, 32GB and 64GB bundles, with accessory kit, the $388-Xbox 360 4GB Console with Kinect plus 2 additional games bundle and the $478-Panasonic 42 Class Plasma HDTV.
Amazon buyers, who will get 7 days of Black Friday deals, can expect fantastic discounts on electronics.
while Best Buy’s 2-day Cyber Monday sale will include a $21-Microsfot Bluetooth notebook mouse, a $20-World of Warcraft Battle Chest (PC), $25-selected DS Games 2 and $8 to $10 of selected Blu-Ray movies.