Consumers who are not looking to deal with the chaotic crowds on Black Friday will rejoice over the many sales offered on Cyber Monday. This year, many retailers are getting a jumpstart on the celebrated shopping day by kicking off sales before the actual day. Whether it is electronics, apparel or appliances, consumers will find a variety of items on sale. Below are a few of the companies offering Cyber Monday deals.

Walmart: The company plans on beginning its Cyber Monday deals starting Friday at 12:01 a.m. EST, the retailer stated in a press release Monday. Discounts will be offered on computers, cellphones, video games, appliances, televisions and more. The sale includes $1,200 off of a 65-inch HD smart TV by Samsung, Michael Kors watches starting at $99.99, $300 off of Dell laptops, up to $3,000 in diamond jewelry savings and more. There are other deals at specific times. 

Walmart Cyber Week Deals starting Friday at 12:01 a.m. EST include:

Walmart Cyber Monday Deals starting Nov. 28 at 12:01 a.m. EST include:

  • Samsung HDTVs over 50 percent off MSRP
  • Samsung 65" 4K Ultra HD LED Smart TV for $999 ($1,200 savings)
  • VIZIO 50" 4K Ultra HD SmartCast Smart LED TV for $379.99 ($148 savings)
  • Dell Inspiron 15 Gaming Edition Laptop PC for $999.99 ($300 savings)
  • Call of Duty Dragonfly Drone with Camera for $89 ($10.99 savings)
  • Drones from DJI, Parrot, Autel, Yuneed and more starting at $199
  • Nerf N-Strike MEGA Mastodon Blaster with Free Blaster for $51 ($28 savings)
  • Sunglasses from Prada starting at $99.99, with other savings on brands like Ray-Ban, Gucci, Miu Miu, Cartier and more on Marketplace
  • Watches from Michael Kors starting at $99.99, with other savings on brands like Omega, Movado and more on Marketplace
  • Handbags from Rebecca Minkoff starting at $71, with other savings on brands like Michael Kors, Kate Spade, Fossil and more on Marketplace
  • Boots from brands like Frye and UGG starting at $135 on Marketplace
  • Outerwear for the family starting at $9
  • Diamond jewelry savings up to $3,000

Target: On Sunday and Cyber Monday, Target will be announcing surprise deals available both in stores and online, BGR reported. The company is offering free shipping through Jan. 1 and REDcard members will save an additional five percent on almost all items. Those who are not willing to wait for the sale announcements can try their luck with Target’s 10 Days of Deals which started Saturday. On Monday, the retail chain will be offering 20 percent off of kitchen items from Threshold, KitchenAid, Cuisinart, Keurig, Ninja, Calphalon and OXO. On Tuesday, customers will see sales on beauty items followed  by pizza discounts, Black Friday doorbuster deals on Thursday and Friday and $50 off when you spend $100 in the Wondershop.


Best Buy: Although the company has not announced what type of sales they will be offering on Cyber Monday, the sale will start online at 11:59 p.m ET Sunday and will last until the items are sold out. However, the same deals which will be offered in store will be available until Nov. 30.

Starbucks: Coffee enthusiasts will be offered an automatic 25 percent off and free shipping on qualified items when they spend $60 or more.

True Religion: The brand will begin its Cyber Monday deal Sunday at 9 p.m. and end on Nov. 30. Customers will be given 40 percent off their purchase and receive a free beanie.