As the Cyber Monday 2013 deals arrive, the sale at Best Buy has brought some attractive deals on HDTVs, laptops, tablets, phones and the Nintendo 3DS XL, among other items. The electronics retailer started their sale as of this weekend, but unveiled new deals in spectacular fashion to try to bring the competition to the likes of Walmart and Amazon.com on Monday, Dec. 2.
A Dec. 1 report from IBTimes.com indicates that Best Buy's Cyber Monday deals extend for a full week. Part of their sale is reduced prices on various televisions, specifically 720p or 1080p HDTVs in different sizes. For example, today only there is a Insignia 37-inch LED 720p 60Hz HDTV for just $199 and a 39-inch 1080p model for $249.99. An RCA 46-inch 1080p LED 60Hz model sells for $349, for those who want more brand recognition with the HDTV they purchase. In all there's at least five televisions pictured in the Cyber Monday sales page.
Other "today only" deals that Best Buy features for their sale are the Lenovo IdeaPad S210 11.6-inch laptop for $279.99. The laptop is touch-screen and features 4GB memory with a 500GB hard drive as well as the Windows operating system. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition is $499.99-$549.99 today, while the Nintendo 3DS XL Luigi Limited Edition is just $179.99. Two phones are also pictured with the Nokia Lumia 520 4G No-contract mobile phone for $49.99 and the LG G2 cell phone shown as "free" with a new 2-year contract.
As mentioned, certain deals in Best Buy's sale will last only for Monday while others extend through the week. Those include the coveted Insignia 50-inch 1080 HDTV for $399.99, laptop essentials bundles for $279.99 and up, as well as the Dyson DC41 multifloor upright bagless vacuum for $399.99. A $100 iTunes or App store gift card is $15 off for those who want a stocking stuffer or two.
Most other retailers started their Cyber Monday deals today and will continue to run "Cyber Week" promotions for the rest of this week including Amazon.com and Walmart's website.