Cyber Monday Deals 2009: Get Details On Big SALES

03/18/2010 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Black Friday sales are just a few days away, which means it's almost time for Cyber Monday deals!

What is Cyber Monday? It's the Monday after Thanksgiving, and represents the kick-off of the online holiday shopping season.

Instead of getting stuck in traffic, long lines, and crowds of unruly shoppers, why not check out some of the incredible Cyber Monday deals -- sales to be had for people shopping on the web?

Here's a line up of some of the retailers rumored to be having big sales come Cyber Monday, as well as several sites that you can consult to keep tabs on where the discounts are to be had (Note: these listings on these sites have not been verified!).

Retailers are just beginning to leak their Cyber Monday deals, and the links provided below can help you navigate top sellers' bargains and ensure you'll be the first to know about offers.

Also check back here for the latest updates on great holiday sales.

  • Walmart will reportedly kick off a "Cyber Week Of Deals" starting on November 30. There are also rumors of TV discounts slated for Cyber Monday. You can check out Walmart's "Amazing Online Specials" here or here. Current deals include a $99 Nikon CoolPix L20 camera, $100 off a Dell Inspiron 1545 laptop, and $598 40" Samsung LCD TV.

  • Target is rumored to be announcing their Cyber Monday sales on their website here and offers round-the-clock Daily Deals (with free shipping!) here.

  • will be offering its daily Gold Box deals, which you can check out come Cyber Monday (or before!) to find good deals on the items on your list.

  • Get the complete line-up of Toys R Us sales on their website here. In addition to offering free shipping on thousands of items (or on purchases of $49 or more), the seller's deals include discounts on Barbie products, Twilight games and books, Nintendo DS and PSP games, and more.

  • JCPenney is offering major in-store sales for Black Friday, as well as free shipping on orders of $25 or more (get the code here.) Their site will be featuring ads for upcoming sales here.

Here are some sites that claim to list Cyber Monday 2009 sales, along with some Black Friday bargains:

  • has a huge rundown of special offers that can be searched by category (everything from electronics to beauty) or by retailer (which runs the gamut from Nike, Macy's, Kmart, and Starbucks to Target, Microsoft, and Victoria's Secret.

  • points users to deals online, featuring images of discounted products and links to the retailers' websites.

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