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The best Cyber Monday deals

Cyber Monday is packed with deals for online shoppers.

Black Friday gets a lot of attention this time of year, but it isn’t the only day to find deals. Cyber Monday will take place on Nov. 27, and caters to those consumers who prefer to shop for deals on their laptops or mobile phones. The day has grown steadily over the years, with many retailers now offering “Cyber Week” deals the week after Thanksgiving.

Cyber Monday discounts aren’t typically as deep as those found on Black Friday, but in most cases, shoppers can save anywhere from 15%-40% on their purchases.

Here is a roundup of the best Cyber Monday deals from the web.

(This this article will be updated throughout the weekend as stores reveal their Cyber Monday deals.)

Big Stores

Amazon

Amazon (AMZN) shoppers will find more than 30 Deals of the Day and thousands of Lightning Deals deals on Cyber Monday. Some top deals include a Sony 55-inch 4K UHD smart TV for $598, and Echo Show for $179.99 (Reg. $229.99), and 30% off of select monitors from Dell and Samsung.

Shoppers will also save up to 30% on select LEGO sets, 25% off of select Dyson vacuums, and up to 60% off on select athletic and casual shoes

Customers who voice shop with Alexa will get an exclusive shopping window several hours earlier than the general public with access to some of the best deals starting at 5pm PT, Sunday, Nov. 26.

Target

On Cyber Monday, Target (TGT) shoppers will enjoy an additional 15% off of online purchases. No promo code necessary.  

But wait, there’s more! Cyberweek runs from Nov. 26 to Dec. 2 and will feature big deals like a free $20 Target Gift Card with the purchase of BeatsX earphones (Reg. $149.99) and the KitchenAid 4.5-qt. Classic Plus Stand Mixer for $199.99 (Reg. $259.99)

From Nov. 28 to Dec. 2, Target will also feature “Daily Deals” on items like apparel, beauty, electronics and home.

Walmart

Cyber Monday at Walmart (WMT) will officially begin on Monday, Nov. 27 at 12 a.m.

The retailer will roll over some deals from Black Friday, like the Microsoft Xbox One S for $189 (Reg. $279) and Bose QuietComfort Noise-cancelling Headphones for $179 (Reg. $279). For new deals, shoppers can expect to find an RCA 55” 4K Roku Smart HDR LED TV for $379 (Reg. $799), Barbie Hello Dreamhouse for $199 (Reg. $299), and the Dyson DC59 Slim Cord-free Vacuum for $189 (Reg. $249)

Macy’s

Cyber Week deals begin on Nov. 26. More details from Macy’s (M) coming soon.

Clothes

Old Navy

Old Navy has already unveiled some of its Cyber Monday deals, which includes 40% off of women’s dresses, men’s swim trunks, and jeans. On Monday, all items will be 50% off. 

Foot Locker

Foot Locker shoppers can get 20% off (no minimum purchase required) with the coupon CYBER20. Offer ends on Nov. 29. Free Shipping on orders over $50. Exclusions may apply.

Gap

Gap is offering 50% off everything.

Banana Republic

Banana Republic is offering 50% off its entire online stock, including sale items. The site offers free shipping on orders of more than $50.

Nordstrom

Shoppers can enjoy an extra 20% off of selected sale items at Nordstrom.

LIDS

LIDS will be offering 35% off purchases of $40 or more as well as free ground shipping on all orders from Nov. 26-29.

Ann Taylor Loft

It’s time to stock up on winter apparel. Everything at Loft is 50% off and comes with free shipping. Just use the code CLICK  at checkout.

Electronics

Best Buy

Best Buy is offering hundreds of deals on Cyber Monday. For tech, shoppers can save $150 on an iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, $100 off of Sony wireless headphones (Reg. $199.99), and up to $250 off of Macbook computers.

Those shoppers looking to snag a discounted big screen TV have come to the right spot. Best Buy has a 43″ Toshiba HDTV for $199 (Reg. $349.99), a 50″ Sony 4K HD TV for $449 (Reg. $699), and a 32″ Sharp Smart HDTV for just $149.99 (Reg. $199).

Shipping is free on everything all season long. Cyber Monday deals end o Monday at 11:50 p.m. CT.

Hulu

Hulu is helping out cord cutters by offering a major discount on their monthly subscription fee. For Cyber Monday, new or returning users can sign up for Hulu for just $5.99 per month (for the first year.) The plan normal costs $7.99 a month.

Travel

Orbitz

An online coupon for 22% off select hotels will be available from 3:01 p.m. to 8:59 p.m. CT on Nov. 27. For full terms and conditions, visit www.orbitz.com/cybermonday and use coupon code CYBERSAVE22 at checkout.

Expedia

Expedia’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales officially kick off on Nov. 24 at 9 a.m. PST. Shoppers can get $50 off when you spend $200 or more on select standalone hotels, $100 off $1,000 packages, and a $100 hotel coupon when you book a cruise on Expedia.com.   

Restrictions: Cyber Monday deals have a travel window from Nov. 27, 2017 to March 31, 2018.

Loews Hotels

The hotel chain launched its 3-day cyber sale on Monday. During this time, travelers can save 20% on all bookings.

Beauty

Ulta

Get $10 off a $50 purchase. Use the coupon code CYBERMON17 Free shipping on all orders over $35.

NARS

Get 20% off through Nov. 28. Must enter email address to receive exclusive code.

Body Shop

Shoppers can enjoy 50% off of hundreds of items. The site also features popular gifts sets for just $40.

Benefit

Use the code CYBER25 to get 25% off of orders of $50 or more. Shipping is also free on orders over $50.

CVS

From Nov. 26 to Dec. 2, CVS will feature flash sales each day from 12:00 a.m.- 11:59 p.m. During this time, some items will be up to 66% off.

Brittany is a reporter at Yahoo Finance. 

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