Cyber Monday promises to be bigger than ever as more retailers get in on the holiday promotions. Retailers are offering Cyber Monday deals as well as extending discounts as part of "Cyber Week" promos. With the Black Friday rush over, more stores have announced deals, many of which began Sunday.
Going beyond auctions, eBay entered the Black Friday deals fray and looks to have another hit with its Cyber Monday, which started Sunday with deals on merch ranging from tech to clothing. An Apple iPad Mini 32GB Wi-Fi is discounted down to $369 until Dec. 1, while a KitchenAid Artisan stand mixer is discounted to $184.99.
Looking for new speakers? eBay's Cyber Monday deal includes a Jawbone JAMBOX Bluetooth rechargeable speaker, available in 13 different colors, for $69.99. eBay is also offering discounts on Apple iOS devices, including deals on a 13" Macbook, iPod Touch 4th Generation, an iPhone 4 and iPod Shuffle.
Beats By Dr. Dre Studio Headphones are also discounted during Cyber Monday, priced at $154.99. A refurbished Vizio 47" E470i-A0 Slim LED Smart TV 1080p HDTV is discounted to $454.99, whereas Amazon sells the Smart TV new for $578. Among the many camera deals is a Canon EOS 60D 4-lens bundle, which includes instructions, a gadget bag, filters, a flash, a tripod, a 16GB memory card and more, for $959. There are also plenty of Cyber Monday deals for men's and women's clothing and accessories as well as a section for items under $50.
Cyber Monday deals are extended for a week at Best Buy. Cyber Week deals include Toshiba laptop bundles beginning at $279.99 and an Asus 15.6" Laptop, 4GB memory and 500GB hard drive for $299.99. Apple iTunes or App Store gift cards, valued at $100, are discounted to $85.
Best Buy is offering a huge selection of Cyber Monday television deals, including an Insignia 50-inch LED HDTV for $399.99. Samsung HDTVs that are discounted include a 55-inch LED Smart HDTV for $899.99. Appliances, flash drives, select video games and DVDs are also discounted for the week. In addition, Best Buy is offering $10 off for every $100 spent, up to $50, during Cyber Monday and Cyber Week.
Gap, Banana Republic And Old Navy:
Gap Inc. stores are having storewide Cyber Monday deals. Gap and Banana Republic are offering 40 percent off while Old Navy and Piperlime are offering 30 percent off online Dec. 1 and Dec. 2; enter code "CYBER" at checkout. Free shipping is available for orders above $50.
H&M's Cyber Monday deal begins Dec. 1 and includes 40 percent off your entire purchase as well as 25 percent off all sale items. The deal ends Dec. 2. H&M is offering free shipping as part of the deal; users should enter code "7376" at checkout.
Kohl's' Cyber Monday deal includes free shipping with no minimum purchase and an extra 20 percent off when using the code "CYBERSAVE" at checkout. The retailer is offering Cyber Week deals featuring discounts on electronics, accessories and clothing until Dec. 7.
Toys "R" Us:
Toys "R" Us began Cyber Monday on Saturday and will offer deals throughout the week, ending on Dec. Deals include buy one, get one 50 percent off select Hasbro games; buy one, get one free on Skylanders Giants and Skylanders Spyro's Adventures figures; and 30 percent off select Little Tykes Outdoor Play items.
Toys "R" Us' Cyber Monday in-store deals include buy one, get one free Lite Brix, and Wow Wee RoboMe for $59.99. Free shipping on purchases of $49 or more.
JC Penney is offering deals on thousands of items, including 40 percent off Keurig brewers, select coats, clothing, furniture, appliances, boots and watches. JC Penney is offering an extra 30 percent off purchases of more than $200, 25 percent off purchases of $100 or more and 20 percent off in-store and online using the code "CYBERDLS" at checkout. The extra discount is for apparel, shoes, accessories and home items.
Staples' Cyber Monday deals began on Nov. 1 and include discounts on tablets, phones, laptops, printers and accessories. The Samsung Galaxy SIII for AT&T and Verizon Wireless are discounted to $0.01, while laptop discounts range from $100 to $200.
Charles Poladian joined IBTimes in October 2012 and, when not reporting on all things topical, can be found reading or photographing concerts.