Everyone went to town on Black Friday but some say the real savings will not be coming until later. That’s right. Thanksgiving weekend is not the peak of holiday deals; it’s the following week that counts. Cyber Monday is expected to bring you deals that people won’t have to trample each other for. The best part is that anyone can shop from home and have goods delivered to them.
The earlier shopping events were focused on the major electronics. Cyber Monday is all about the clothing. Kohls will be a fantastic place to shop if you’re looking for children’s clothing this Cyber Monday. Last holiday season they were selling girl’s clothing for under two dollars. Armani, Ann Taylor Exchange, Reebok, and The Children’s Place will also be key places to look for holiday savings.
It is still possible to buy electronics on sale on Cyber Monday. Black Friday may be more ideal, (if there is anything left in the store by the time you get there) but there are still plenty of good deals to come on Monday. Be ready to splurge as Amazon.com plans to rock your world with their fantastic Cyber Monday deals. Other online shopping sites like Newegg.com and BestBuy.com plan on rolling back the prices as well.
Don’t go into this online holiday shopping blindly. Shipping and handling could be costly and, like Black Friday shopping, the deal that you’re cutting on Cyber Monday might not even be worth your time. Do you research in advance and shop wisely!