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Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Hot Deals, Internet, Misc. Tech

Cyber Monday logoYou made it through Black Friday and you anxiously awaited Cyber Monday. Check out Shop.org’s listing of over 500 merchants, including Best Buy, Sears and Office Depot, that are featuring great deals. Sign up for free and check in for hourly bargains. There are also coupons and special savings that include free shipping and lower prices in all categories. When you shop through the site, a portion of the proceeds from Cyber Monday support the Ray Greenly (their former VP) Scholarship Fund.

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Newegg Cyber Monday deals

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Hot Deals

In case you happened to miss , online destinations are here to push Cyber Monday down our throats. Luckily, there are some pretty good deals to be found. has a page dedicated to all their Cyber Monday sales, where they’ve got a total of 60 deals, categorized into gifts for gamers, gifts under $50, gifts under $100, portable electronics, and the ever-so-vague “hot deals.” Be sure to check it out if you’ve still got gift shopping to do (or if you wanna score some stuff at a discount for yourself.)

As always, we keep non-seasonal Newegg promo codes on the forum.

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Cyber Monday Has Arrived

Verify logoAll told, about 58 million bargain hunters rose before dawn to check out Black Friday. Welcome to Cyber Monday, another effort to get the moola out of your pocket and into online retailers when shoppers go back to work. Researches say that 61 million will shop online from their cubicles, which is 18 percent higher than last year, to avoid holiday rage. 

To guard against online identity theft, watch for mass e-mails complaining there are problems with your order, use a credit rather than debit card, and check for site security (the site should read “https,” with that extra “s” for security.) Finally, if you use sites like Amazon, Shopzilla, BizRate, and NexTag, don’t automatically assume you will obtain a secure and safe purchase.

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