Atlanta Cyber Monday deals

It’s Cyber Monday, one of the biggest online shopping days of the year. And if you couldn’t find what you wanted on Black Friday (or if you intentionally avoided the crowds), now’s your chance to rack up some great deals.

And in case you’ve been asleep for the past four weeks, there are two buzz words: Free. Shipping. Most places are offering it; some require a minimum purchase.

Be aware that some of these sales began at midnight or even earlier Sunday, so depending on how late you wake up, a few of these offers will have already expired, changed or sold out. But don’t let that stop you from further deal hunting.

Amazon.com: Electronics, including an LG 32-inch 1080p 120 Hz LED LCD HDTV for $499.98, a VIZIO 42-inch 1080p 120Hz LCD HDTV  for $549.97 and a Samsung 40-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LCD HDTV for $647 will go quickly.

Walmart.com, which is advertising a whole Cyber Week is offering a Celestron PowerSeeker 70AZ Telescope for $49, a Comfort Products 10-motor massage and heat leisure recliner chair for $99, and a Nine Stars motion sensor slim touchless 13-gallon trash can for $35.

Target, which is also advertising a one-week-only Cyber Sale, has a Canon PowerShot 12mp digital camera with 4x optical zoom for $89, various dining room sets under $300, and bedding sets for under $80.

ae.com: American Eagle Outfitters is offering 20 percent off plus free shipping with coupon code 45838295.

Aeropostale.com: The clothing retailer is offering 50-70 percent off everything except for fragrances and clearance items, plus free shipping.

Bestbuy.com: Check out a Toshiba Satellite laptop with an Intel® Celeron Processor, 15.6″ Display, 2GB Memory and 250GB Hard Drive for $299.99 or save 20-to-50 percent off select major appliances.

Sears.com: Take an extra 15 percent off fine jewelry, an extra 20 percent off boots and shoes and an extra 10 percent off small kitchen appliances, bakeware, home products, watches, Christmas decor, tools and toys.

macys.com: Save an extra 25-40 percent off clearance items, plus a sale on anything you can think of from Macy’s.

Athleta.com and piperlime.com: Take 20 percent off any order.

Additional stores will have discounts but may or may not be the epic sales you come to expect from today:

Visit Retailmenot’s Cyber Monday coupon page before you buy; you might find just what you’re looking for.

— By Lauren Davidson, Atlanta Bargain Hunter



10 comments Add your comment

NIKKI

November 29th, 2010
7:40 am

Thanks for the list! You’re doing a great job. On a side note–Unfortunately, I have yet to find something we want or need via Black Friday or Cyber Monday. I am really hoping to do a “consumable” Christmas this year–food items, crafts, etc. So our house doesn’t fill up with junk that is played with for 2.2 seconds and tossed aside. I am so tired of the gift aspect of this season and would rather build more traditions. That doesn’t always work with small children.

HP

November 29th, 2010
8:35 am

I think it helps to really know what the things you want cost and do some research before jumping on Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals. Some things really are a deal and some things aren’t. I saw an item I purchased last year for my son in a sales paper at a popular stand alone department store on Friday. They advertised the toy “on sale” at $39.99, down from $89.99. That toy was NEVER $89.99! It was always consistently between $35.99 and $39.99 at Target, Walmart, Toys R Us, etc. I got the toy last year on Black Friday at Target for $29.99 with a bonus toy.

Do your research far before the end of November, have a list and STICK TO IT to get the best deals and avoid getting “got.”

Lauren Davidson

November 29th, 2010
10:02 am

@NIKKI: That sounds pretty cool! Would it be OK if I emailed you about your consumable Christmas?
@HP: YES! And it’s only a “deal” if you feel like you’re getting more value than you’re actually paying for. =D

Tuckergirl

November 29th, 2010
11:18 am

I’ve been surfing around today and Amazon is throwing deals right and left. Some are of the “lightning” variety so you have to hop on them fast. As usual, you can get free Super Saver shipping for free if you spend over $25. I got the first season of “Lie to Me” for my sis-in-law for $9.99. Even with coupons at Borders and Barnes & Noble, Amazon is pretty hard to beat today.

NIKKI

November 29th, 2010
1:17 pm

Lauren, SURE!

Let me know if you need my email–if you can’t get it from this post.

allinyourmind

November 29th, 2010
3:14 pm

Kmart has a 50″ LCD for $569.00 not sure of the brand name but that is in store you can get really good deals by Walking in and taking the time to look around. I have never got a deal on Black Friday all the things my kids had listed were not on sale what a waste. Its all a mind thing if you can convince yourself its a good deal then thats what it is….

Dana Bonanno

November 29th, 2010
3:23 pm

Check out http://www.danasreferrals.com. I have a lot of deals posted and there is discounts on nice gift baskets. Check out my home and garden page for practical gifts that are under $20

bob

November 29th, 2010
3:40 pm

LydiasDad

November 29th, 2010
3:59 pm

Remember that several companies, including Victoria’s Secret, Barnes and Noble, Toys R Us (shocking!), CVS, Staples, Office Depot, and Radio Shack, and not recognizing Christmas in their stores. Keep that in mind.

capturengo

November 30th, 2010
3:31 pm

Doing a lot of online shopping? You can email your receipts to your capturengo Account. It makes life a lot easier…. Demo about Emailed Receipts
The app captures receipts with your smart phone camera and lets you enter information to keep track of every shopping move you make including, what you have purchased and how much you have spent on each family member. You can even e-mail receipts into your capturengo account! And the best part, it stores all your receipts for January returns. It’s a FREE service – go to http://www.capturengo.com.