Cyber Monday Deals 2010: Black Friday, Online Version
Cyber Monday Deals 2010: E-retailers Gear Up Of Online Version Of Black Friday With Sales On Monday (list)
For years now e-retailers have been trying to capitalize on Black Friday fever, hoping it will last until Monday when they post their Cyber Monday deals and sales.
2010 is not different and Cyber Monday for 2010 seems to be promising for consumers looking for sales, especially on deals for electronics.
Best Buys at Best Buy
At Best Buy, you can snap up the Acer AL2216Wbd 22-inch Widescreen Flat-Panel LCD HD Monitor for $169.99 and it ships for free. That's more than $50 off the lowest listing we found at a leading comparison shopping engine.
Best Buy is also offering $10-15 off all iPods, $10-20 off video games like Guitar Hero Aerosmith bundle for $49.99. From the HDTV department Best Buy is also selling a Samsung 52" 1080p LCD HDTV for $1700.
Amazing Amazon.com Deals
At Amazon.com, you'll find the Canon ImageCLASS MF4350d Laser All-in-One printer for $169; it lists for $249, and it's at least $30 below the best price elsewhere online.
Amazon may have forgotten the memo Black Friday is over and it's Cyber Monday. The online retail monster is still offering loads of great Black Friday deals. There are some buys on Blu-ray discs most going for under $20.00.
And it seems more and more retailers are hoping to lever the consumer appetites for deals with a range of Cyber Monday Ads.
The National Retail Federation estimates that Cyber Monday deals will be much more aggressive this year.
The group said 88% of retailers will have a special promotion for Cyber Monday this year, up from 72% in 2007
The website Cyber Monday Dot Com has hourly Cyber Monday ads from a variety of big name retailers.