2 Major Retailers Offering Great Cyber Deals All Week Long

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Cyber Monday is upon us, but don’t fret if you miss it: You still have the rest of the week to score great deals.

Black Friday has not really been a single day in years. It’s an entire season of sales. And just as those sales didn’t end after Black Friday, they won’t cease after Cyber Monday.

Case in point: Two of Americans’ favorite retailers, Amazon and Target, are offering noteworthy deals all week long.

Amazon

The e-commerce giant says you can “discover new deals every day throughout Cyber Monday Deals Week.” Amazon’s official announcement about these deals includes a lengthy list of discounts on everything from Amazon devices and other electronics to home goods and sporting goods. But it doesn’t specify which deals will be available when.

So, check Amazon’s site often, particularly the “Cyber Monday Deals Week” webpage.

I also discovered and took advantage of a nice offer hidden on Amazon’s books webpage: $5 off a $20 purchase of print books with promo code GIFTBOOK17. According to the fine print, the offer expires at 11:59 p.m. PT Monday (2:59 a.m. ET Tuesday).

Another noteworthy deal is available until 11:59 p.m. PT Dec. 2 (2:59 a.m. ET Dec. 3): Get two free personalized photo books or calendars with the purchase of one photo book or calendar from Amazon Prints. Use promo code 2FREE.

You’ll find great deals from other photo printing services, like Shutterfly and Mixbook, this time of year, too. But this offer from Amazon’s competitor service is the best I’ve ever seen anywhere for photo books or calendars.

Target

This beloved big-box store chain has released a Cyber Week schedule. Its official Cyber Week announcement explains:

“New this year, we’ll offer digital daily deals across top gifting departments, including apparel, beauty, electronics and home.”

Here are the types of offers you’ll find on specific days:

  1. Monday: 15 percent off sitewide — yes, as in 15 percent off just about everything online
  2. Tuesday: 40 percent off bath and bedding
  3. Wednesday: Spend $30 on beauty and cosmetics products and get $10 off
  4. Thursday: 30 percent off boots and outerwear
  5. Friday: “Discounts across electronics”
  6. Saturday: 30 percent off furniture and rugs

I find that an easy way to quickly see Target’s best deals on any given day is to simply skip over to Target’s “Top Deals” webpage.

The retailer also notes that you should read its latest weekly ad, as Target will offer hundreds of other online offers all week. It says these include the lowest prices of the year on select:

  • Home décor
  • Kitchen appliances
  • Toys
  • Movies
  • Electronics

And remember, Target is one of the national retailers offering free shipping with no minimum purchase requirement for the holiday shopping season.

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