Many Americans took part in Black Friday this year, but some opted out of the annual shopping tradition. If you’re one of the many who didn’t take part in the big deals this Friday, and you’re worried you may have missed out on your chance for some high-end technology items, fear not: There are still plenty of tech deals to take advantage of on Cyber Monday.
The first Monday after Black Friday has traditionally been called Cyber Monday since 2005. It’s relevance is based on the modern conveniences of shopping while online — you can do it at home or at work (and many people do shop while on the clock). And this year, many (but not all) retailers are extending Cyber Monday to last all week long, meaning you don’t have to confine your online shopping to just one day.
Here’s some Cyber Monday 2016 deals you should take advantage of.
Target gave customers a 15% savings on all sales across its site last year. They’re repeating the deal again this year due to its popularity, with free shipping (and returns) on every order. You can save 15% off of most purchases, either online or in the store, on both Sunday and Monday. This deal includes many electronics, so you’ll be set to buy that spy drone you’ve been eyeing all year long.
The online retail giant Amazon has more than 75,000 deals you can take advantage of for the whole week of Cyber Monday. Amazon is stating that some of its deal items are “in limited supply,” but that they’ll “keep adding new ones as often as every five minutes” all week long. Examples of deals include $139.99 for the Amazon Echo (a $40 savings) and just $49.99 for the Kindle (a $30 savings).
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SOURCE: Mic, Chris Walker