With many Americans back in the office after the holidays, employees may have to check these online deals on their breaks. But don’t worry, more retailers are stretching out Cyber Monday into Cyber Week, according to a Nov. 30 ABC Good Morning America report.
Their report recommends online shoppers to be prepared for limited supplies, limited-time sales and restrictions. Deals they recommend include an Amazon Fire unlocked phone available for only $99 instead of the original price of $649 for Dec. 1 only. And, Amazon’s new Fire HD 7 tablet deal began Nov. 27 and ends Dec. 1, is available for $109 (regularly $139) in six-inch and seven-inch models plus five color choices.
Want a quality, well-fitted custom mens suit at a fraction of the cost of traditional tailors? As part of Black Lapel’s first sale ever, on Monday, buy any gift card and get a 40 percent bonus added in value. Black Lapel’s online ordering system offers free shipping and a “flawless fit promise.”
Starting at 12:01 a.m. on Cyber Monday through Sunday, Dec. 7, GameStop.com will offer deals on new and pre-owned video games, consoles, smartphones and more. All week long, customers can snag deals both online and in its more than 4,200 retail stores.
Though this year’s details haven’t been released, last year Google Play had free MP3s, including pop hits and classics. “If last year’s spoils were anything to go by, Google Play will be the one-stop shop for any movie buff or music-lover who may have overstretched themselves on Black Friday,” according to DealNews.
Good Morning America reported that Kmart and Sears’ Cyber Week deals start Sunday, Nov. 30 at midnight until Saturday, Dec. 6 at 11:59 p.m. The two sister companies interchangeably allow free in-store pick-up at any of 1,800 Sears or Kmart locations nationwide. One deal is save $100 on a RCA 46-inch 1080p LED HDTV, paying $349.99.