Black Friday weekend is over and now we are onto Cyber Monday.
This year's Cyber Monday seems to be on steroids! It's as if every online retailer has some sort of deal happening Monday, or for the whole week.
With so many deals, how do you find the best ones and the items you want?
Cybermonday2012.com is an easy-to-understand site for navigating through all of the Cyber Monday sales.
This website is actually powered by Bradsdeals.com which specializes in finding most great deals on the web. It's a very reliable source, plus it gives you a brief description of the item on sale and includes a link so you can buy it.
Make sure you are doing your research by price comparing. Just because an ad states it's a Cyber Monday deal, doesn’t mean it is.
You must know what a good price is for the item you want to buy. One of my all time favorites is an app called Google Shopper. You can download it on your smartphone for free.
Do your own research to make sure you are getting the best price.
Now we have sites that will track the price history of an item. To give you the tools you need to make sure you are getting the best price, head over to Pricespider.com .
Don’t forget coupon codes to see if you can get additional discounts before buying anything. Try Retailmenot.com or Couponcabin.com . These are a must for online shopping to help you find coupon codes. Don’t buy anything online without checking out these sites.
More additional price checking resources:
Great Cyber Monday deals:
Amazon.com is selling the Kindle Fire for $129
Walmart.com has an Element 32" Class LCD 1080p 60Hz HDTV for $189. You can pick up at the store for free.
Walmart.com Nintendo Wii for $89. The next best price I could find was $107.
Bestbuy.com Hp DeskJet network All in One wireless printer for $39.99 reg. price $79
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