Cyber Monday Deals are in full swing

Cyber Monday Deals are in full swing

Summary: If you thought that the Black Friday deals were good, check out some of the deals being offered online today

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If you didn't exhaust all of your funds on Black Friday or this past weekend, the online retailers are ready and willing to take your cash today. My colleague Rachel already did a quick rundown of the usual suspects including Amazon, Best Buy, Staples and Walmart, but here are a few others worth taking a look at. If you're looking for something in particular, take a look at some of the links below. In some cases there are some substantial savings to be had. Also, if you come across other great deals, put them in the comments below.

  • Free shipping on anything at BN.com
  • Borders.com has free shipping on orders over $20 and deals on eReaders and more than 100,000 books
  • 60% percent off on all ebooks and videos from Oreilly.com by entering in DDF2H in the shopping cart
  • 50 percent off this week on any annual web hosting package at NetworkSolutions.com
  • Up to 60 percent off thousands of items at ToysRUs.com
  • Dell.com is offering up deals on computers, TVs, and more
  • Apple.com is offering up deals for what it's calling "Merry Monday"
  • Samsung.com is offering up its own Cyber Monday deals, though the URL still says Black Friday
  • LeapFrog is offering up 25-65 percent off on their leapfrog.com site
  • Target.com's Cyber Monday and follow-on Cyber Sale for the week
  • Up to 83 percent off at Buy.com

Topics: Mobility, Browser, Data Centers, E-Commerce

Joel Evans

About Joel Evans

With more than 15 years of mobile, Internet and wireless experience, Joel specializes in taking existing brands and technologies into the mobile and wireless space. Joel is currently the VP of Strategy Integration for Mobiquity, an enterprise-class mobile solutions provider.

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