Thanksgiving is just around the corner, which means that shortly thereafter you’ll get to treat yourself to some well-deserved Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals. This time around, the news is that Cyber Monday has been extended well into December, though you’d be well advised to get an early start on your holiday shopping. For your convenience, we’ve scoured the web and compiled a roundup of the best Cyber Monday deals of 2017:
1 Amazon Cyber Monday Deals
Amazon is keeping a running list of Cyber Monday discounts at the above link. Check the page after Black Friday to find the latest holiday deals.
2 Walmart Cyber Monday Deals
Not to be outdone by its e-retailing rival, Walmart has a massive list of holiday specials on video games, game consoles (a PS4 is on sale for $200 right now), televisions, cell phones, and household appliances at the above link.
3 Dell Cyber Monday Deals
If you’re in the market for laptops and/or desktops, you might be interested in Dell’s 15 percent site-wide discount on all Dell Gaming, Alienware, XPS and Inspiron products. The sale begins on November 25 and lasts for one week. Check out the above Cyber Monday link for further discounts on Dell products that will last into the month of December. Dell won’t charge shipping fees on anything.
4 Apple Deals
Unfortunately, the Apple website isn’t the place to go for Cyber Monday deals. Those of you looking to snag discounts on the latest iPhones, iPads, and MacBooks can turn to major retailers instead. Check out the below links for holiday discounts on Apple products.
- Beginning on November 23, Walmart is offering a $300 gift card for qualifying purchases of the iPhones 7, 7 Plus, 8, 8 Plus and X for AT&T and Verizon.
- Target also has a comparable, if less attractive, deal up for the holidays. Those who purchase an iPhone 8 or 8 Plus qualify for a $250 gift card.
- Walmart is also offering a sweet deal on the 5th generation iPad (32 GB Wi-Fi only). You can snag one for $249, and save $80 at this link, starting on November 23.
- Best Buy is also offering steep discounts on Apple products. Starting on November 23, you can purchase the the MacBook Air (13.3-inch Display 256GB) for $999.99. The electronics retailer is also offering up to $250 off for various MacBook Pro models, which isn’t too shabby.
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