Online Shoppers Hit The Web For Cyber Monday Specials

Sunday, November 25th 2012, 10:56 am
By: News 9

Black Friday is over, but now comes Cyber Monday.

Major retailers offer special online discounts similar to what they gave on Black Friday. Experts predict 130 million people will shop online on Monday.

Many retailers are even offering free shipping. Several online shopping website started their Cyber Monday specials as early as Saturday.

Police warn shoppers to make sure you know who you're dealing with.

Major retailers' Cyber Monday Specials:

Several websites are offering Cyber Monday specials all week long instead of just on Monday, including Wal-Mart, Target, Kohl's, Amazon, and eBay.

Best Buy's Cyber Monday 2-day event will start on Monday. The store is offering free shipping, free same-day in-store pickup, and extended holiday returns.

Macy's website will host its Cyber Monday specials Sunday and Monday.

Staple's Cyber Monday specials started on Sunday and will end on Monday.

Overstock also turned this year's "Cyber Monday" event into "Cyber Weekend."

Toys-R-Us is offering "Cyber Monday flash deals."

Sears' Cyber Monday specials began on Sunday and will end on Wednesday.

Kmart's online-only specials started on Sunday and will end on Tuesday.

Cyber Monday Shopping Tips:

  • Set up an account on the websites where you plan to shop.
  • Research the products and prioritize your list. You don't want to wait too long to buy because other people are out there shopping at the same time.
  • Use price comparison sites to make sure you're getting the best deal.

Cyber Monday has been growing every year since 2005, when only about 60 million hit the web for deals. The National Retail Federation reported it was the second-biggest online sales day of the holiday season with $887 million in purchases.