Still searching for the best deals and biggest sales on Cyber Monday? Never fear. We've compiled a list of nine stores whose web sites will keep the bargains coming until midnight or later for you last-minute shoppers.
For easy bargain hunting, check out these stores' web sites, from big hitters like Amazon, Walmart and Best Buy to unexpected contenders like CVS and Sears.
Hurry before Cyber Monday is over, and happy shopping!
- Walmart: The multinational corporation is pulling out all the stops on it's Cyber Week deals. The web site offers everything from Canon Rebel cameras and XBox 360s to kid's Power Wheels cars and discounted TV series on DVD.
- Kohls: This department store was offering deals Sunday, too, but the Cyber Savings Days will last until midnight. Check out clothing, furniture, electronics and more for up to 50 percent off.
- Build-a-Bear: This store is perfect for picking up early Christmas gifts, and their Cyber Monday deals cut some prices by more than half. You'll still be able to make customizable versions, but the site is also offering eight different animals (Border Collie,Daisy Bunny, Cool Kitty and four different bears) for eight dollars each. Order them before the sale ends!
- Toys R Us: This kids store is having a Clearance Blowout for Cyber Monday, including between 50 to 70 percent off on almost all their toys and free shipping if you get the order in before midnight. You'll have to sign up for a free trial to get the shipping and handling bonus, but just remember to leave it after you're done to make a great deal.
- Sears: This appliance store is also operating on a countdown to midnight, but the sales keep getting better. We've spotted a Mitsubishi 82-inch 3D TV for roughly $1,500 less than the original price, and cameras like the Sony NEXC3 and Canon DSLR for at least $100 in savings. Other big deals include fridges for $1,000 or more off, so start clicking before they're gone!
- CVS: A drug store's savings aren't going to be as dramatic as the kind you might find at a department store, but they will be more useful, and therefore less likely to cause post-Cyber Monday regret. If you scour the web site in the hours left in the bargain hunter's holiday, you can save anywhere from $5 to $150 on everything from sewing machines and speaker systems to MP3 players and popcorn makers. You can even get a head start on Christmas by buying a Nutcracker (only $15).
- Best Buy: This tech giant is doubling up on its savings promises: not only does it have great Cyber Monday deals, but every purchase of $100 or more gets you a free $10 e-gift card, useable throughout the year. The site boasts such sales as phones for a penny and video games with more than 50 percent off. These deals are going fast, so hit this site soon.
- Macy's: The department store is offering thousands of sales in the hours left for Cyber Monday, and its site is offering an extra 35 to 40 percent more in discounts on clearance items. As well as clothing, fragrances, furniture and home accessories, the store also offers great deals on jewelry, something you won't find at most other Cyber Monday sites. Macy's is offering over 1,000 pieces of jewelry for under $50, including some that began in the hundreds.
- Amazon: This is one site you're going to want to keep refreshing. Capping off Black Friday Deals Week, Amazon's Cyber Monday section keeps adding new items as other products on sale get sold out. Keep checking it until midnight, and you may stumble upon the complete collection of Lost for just $129.99, or a Coby LED HDTV for less than $100.