Sales guide to Cyber Monday 2017

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WASHINGTON — If you didn’t get your deals fix with all the Black Friday sales, don’t worry: Cyber Monday is here.

As more consumers prefer to shop online than in actual stores, retailers are offering some hefty online promotions this year to get people clicking.

In fact, Adobe expects Cyber Monday to be the biggest online shopping day in history, bringing in $6.6 billion in sales this year.

Shoppers can expect to get deals on TVs, electronics, toys and home goods.


The online behemoth is offering thousands of deals across a variety of departments, including toys, electronics, clothes and home furnishings.

Amazon will offer more than 30 “Deals of the Day” on Monday along with thousands of “Lightning Deals,” which are sales that last for a limited period of time.

Cyber Monday is a big event for Amazon. Last year, shoppers ordered 740 items per second, according to the company.

Shoppers can scoop up a 49-inch 4K UHD smart TV for $329.99, a 40-inch smart TV for $179.99 and select videos games will be 60 percent off.

Many toys also will be discounted with some Hasbro games, Nerf products and Play-doh items up to 50 percent off. Select Lego sets will be 30 percent off.

The company is also offering discounts on its own devices: The Echo Show will be $179.99, the Dot’s price tag will drop to $29.99 and the Fire HD 10 will be on sale for $99.99.

Shoppers using the company’s voice-command assistant Alexa can start getting some Cyber Monday deals on Sunday.

Banana Republic

All items at the retailer are half off on Monday.

Best Buy 

Shoppers can snag Cyber Monday deals on electronics, including Samsung 2.1-Channel Soundbar System with 6.5-inch Wireless Subwoofer for $139.99 (regular price: $279.99); HP Spectre x360 2-in-1 13.3-inch Touch-Screen Laptop with Intel Core i7, 8GB memory and 256GB solid state drive for $949 (regular price: $1349.99); and Beats by Dr. Dre – Beats Studio2 Wireless Over-the-Ear Headphones for $199 (regular price: $379.99).


New deals are being posted hourly until 6 p.m. MST.


Get 30 percent off everything on the H&M website all day Monday.


Deals include Samsung UN55MU6290FXZA 55-inch Class 4K Ultra HDTV for $497.99 (regular price: $699.99); Sportcraft 48-inch 14 in 1 Multi Game Table for $99.99 (regular price: $179.99); Skullcandy S5URHW-509 Uproar Wireless Headphones for $34.99 (regular price: $49.99); and Essential Home Zoey Jewelry Armoire for $59.99 (regular price: $99.99).

The online retailer has a variety of deals on several items, including home decor, toys, fashion and jewelry.


Target is offering 15 percent off sitewide on Monday and will continue to offer promotions all next week.

Tuesday will bring 40 percent bath and bedding products, cosmetics are on sale Wednesday, Thursday’s deal is 30 percent family outerwear and electronics will be on sale on Friday.

Among the sales will be a Samsung 50-inch 4K Smart Ultra HD TV for $479.99, the Sony PlayStation 4 VR Gran Turismo Sport Bundle price tag will be slashed by $100 to $299.99 and the SodaStream Jet starter kit will be on sale for $49.99.

Many toys will also be on sale, including 20 percent off select board games and some Lego, Pokemon and Nerf products will be discounted up to 50 percent.


Walmart is offering thousands of deals on Cyber Monday, including some popular Black Friday sales.

The Samsung 58-inch 4K Smart LED HDTV will be on sale for $598, the Straight Talk Samsung Galaxy S7 will be discounted to $299 and the Dyson DC59 Slim cord-free vacuum will be $60 off.

Bose QuietComfort noise-cancelling headphones will go for $179.

Toy shoppers can scoop up the Barbie Hello Dreamhouse for $199 and a self-balancing electric scooter hoverboard for $144.95.

Video gamers can score deals on a PlayStation 4 Pro 1TB Gaming Console for $349 and the Xbox One S is on sale for $189.



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