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Cyber Week Holiday Gift Online Deals

Nov 28, 2010 Amy Wingfield

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Shopping for Christmas gifts can be fun, but are the Black Friday deals really worth the stress, frustration and madness? Stay home. Brew up a pot of coffee and get cozy. Shop all day from the comforts of home and the power of the web. Retailers are learning, many will hit the stores early Friday morning, but many more will decide to just shop online this year. Starting Thanksgiving Day and continuing through most of December, retailers will offer major Cyber Sales

Cyber Monday Deals Online

Computer based retailers and traditional chain retailers have been listing Black Friday ads, Cyber Monday ads and Cyber Week deals and incentives all over the web. Many offer free shipping. A few offer 0% interest for 6-36 months, depending on the store's policies and incentive programs. Many of these offers started at midnight Thanksgiving Day.

Amazon: This is the #1 search site on the internet for media, books, electronics, games, DVDs, Cds, and toys, Many items are being offered at 40%-50% off, and several items qualify for free shipping with a qualifying $25 purchase. This is a good place to start shopping for, cell phones, smart phones, iPods, iPhones, the Kindle, Nitendo DS, Xbox Kinect and PS3 games. Also, hard to find toys like Lego sets, American Girl and Our Generation Dolls, Squinkies and Sing - A- Ma-Jigs can easily be purchased on Amazon and shipped straight to the recipient. Some items can be gift wrapped too. Planning to buy a flat screen TV or computer monitor? Check out the online deals beginning Thanksgiving Day at Hot deals are available for the iPad, Smart Phones, netbooks, Wii, Xbox 360 with Xbox Kinect, PS3 and digital cameras. Most of the items can be shipped to a customer's local Walmart store for free. Home delivery can be as low as $.97.

Online Shopping Deals

Some of the biggest sales will be in the form of electronics. No matter what is on the gift list this year, check out the major online websites first before heading out the door to the stores. Watch Ebay, Best,, and for the biggest online cyber sales and deals.

Look for deals on flat screen TVs, home game systems, smart phones, cell phones, Mp3 and Mp4 players, camcorders, digital cameras, iPads, iPods, iPhones and Kindle devices. For those consumers looking to buy the big ticket items, Best Buy offers one of the best financing programs. They are offering 0% financing to qualified buyers for 18-36 months depending upon the amount of purchase. Apply for credit at the time of purchase.

Online Shopping Options

Almost every store in America now has a website for online shopping. However, beware of shipping charges. Save gas money by staying home, but that savings may disappear after paying shipping charges from online retailers. Look for free shipping incentives. Retailers are desperate for sales. As the holidays get closer, more deals and bargains will be posted online. Sign up to follow weekly ads from favorite stores like Walmart, Target, Kmart, CVS and Walgreens, Amazon, Ebay and Best Buy. Check out incentive websites like Ebates and Swagbucks daily for even more discounts and deals on online.

Save Time and Money

Spend more quality time with the family this year. Avoid the holiday crowds and Black Friday madness. Shop from home and shop early. Many good deals can be found on Ebay, Amazon and year round. Consider Christmas shopping in October instead of waiting for "traditional" holiday shopping season. Shop online and get what they want without spending gas money. With free delivery options, online holiday shopping can be fun and easy. Pick, click and ship. Online shopping is quickly becoming the consumer's choice for fast and easy holiday shopping.

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