Cyber Monday is well underway and there are a number of places you can go for the best sales and deals.
Cyber Monday is Black Friday online: numerous retailers offer discounts on purchases made through their websites, offering perks like free shipping and site-wide sales in an attempt to boost spending. According to Comscore, it's working: Cyber Monday was the second highest spending day of 2009, with buyers charging nearly $890 million during the special shopping event.
We've put together a guide to finding details on Cyber Monday sales. Note that some retailers are offering one-day-only discounts, while others are offering a "Cyber Week," with seven days of sales.
- From Wallet Pop, Cyber Monday 2010: Which Deals To Expect
- BestCyberMondayDeals.com, a website listing retailers' "best online deals for this day."
- Shop.org's CyberMonday.com, highlighting "the best deals from over 700 online retailers," including Avon, Sony, Toys R Us, and more.
- CyberMondayCentral is another place to find great deals from numerous retailers.
- Find the best Cyber Monday beauty deals here.
- On Twitter, follow @CyberMonday, @CyberMondayNews, or @BestCyberMonday. Try following specific retailers--like @WalMartSpecials--for the latest on their 2010 Cyber Monday deals.
- Check retailers' websites for the full rundown on deals--Amazon.com, Target, Home Depot, Best Buy, and Macy's are among the stores that have already listed their Cyber Monday sales.