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Amazon Cyber Monday sales: 50% off toys, $50 off Kindle Fire tablets

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This page on Amazon features a Cyber Monday deal where buyers can get 50% off on top toys from Mattel and Fisher-Price, including Monster High, Barbie, Thomas & Friends and more.

This page has $50 off the Kindle Fire HDX 7”, which is still available as of this writing, marked down from $229 to $179 – but the Kindle Fire HD 16GB is listed as sold out right now.

Of course, Amazon has their free shipping and prime deals in effect. The toys deal is a one-day offer, valid on December 2, 2013, or while supplies last.

As a parent looking for deals on Christmas gifts, this Internet Deals Examiner scanned the toys page to see if the Popin Cookin’ toy or Fluttery Shy doll from Build-a-Bear was available, but it was not upon first glance.

Either way, people looking to put those specific toys or Kindle tablets under the Christmas tree can find good savings using those Cyber Monday deals that Amazon has released.

The online retailing giant says that they will be releasing great deals all day today, Cyber Monday, perhaps as often as every single hour. It helps to sign up for their deal alerts and follow Amazon via Twitter to get the texts sent to your phone if you want immediate news of deals.

Or subscribe above for periodic emails about deals like these and others across the Internet, especially during this time when online sales are going through the roof.


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