Monday morning, Walmart sent an email to customers about their Cyber Monday sale and the hundreds of items that were added to the list of sale items overnight. New items include: a Samsung 46” HDTV for $448, Apple iPad Mini 16 GB for $279 (special buy), clothes, toys, appliances, a 48” air hockey table for $39.96, the Apple iPad 2 16GB for $389, and hundreds of more items.
Walmart’s Cyber Monday sale started Saturday while their Black Friday sale was still going on, but Monday will include the best deals and discounts in order to compete with all of the other websites for Cyber Monday sales. To see the hundreds of items added overnight to the Walmart Cyber Monday sale, click here.
To see information about the Apple Store Cyber Monday sale, click here.
The Apple Store Black Friday sale caused some confusion when customers attempted to use the ad that Apple promoted and stores were not prepared for last minute changes to the sale. See the link below for more information.
Target, Walmart and Best Buy are calling their Cyber Monday sale Cyber Week and their deals began this weekend and will continue all week with different items on sale every day.
To read information about the Cyber Monday sale at Amazon that started today, click here.
Target also started their Cyber Monday sale today, to see more about the list of items on sale at Target during their Cyber Monday sale, click here.
Walmart’s Cyber Monday sale started Saturday. To read information about the Cyber Monday sale at Walmart, click here.
Most stores have continued their Black Friday 2013 sales through the weekend and those deals will continue in store through today. See the articles below to see what is on sale through Sunday at various stores.
To see what Cyber Monday 2013 deals are being offered at Amazon, Target, Best Buy and Walmart, click here.
To see the Cyber Monday 2013 Walmart ad, click here.
The Apple Store's Black Friday sale caused confusion and frustration among shoppers. For more information on the Apple Store sale that went wrong, click here.
For secrets, tips and tricks, and getting the best deals during the holiday season, click here.
To read about a poll that shows most Americans prefer to stay home on Thanksgiving day and not shop, click here.
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