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Finding Cyber Monday Deals From Your Stoughton Home

Are you gearing up to let your fingers do the walking on Cyber Monday?

Stoughton residents who didn’t want to brave the crowds on Black Friday or Small Business Saturday still have one more big chance to save courtesy of Cyber Monday.

Similar to the two other major shopping events, Cyber Monday differs in that consumers don’t have to leave the comfort of their own homes (or offices) to take advantage of some pretty big pre-holiday deals. All the bargains laid out for Cyber Monday are for online shoppers only.

Here's a Sampling of Cyber Monday, Cyber Week Sales:

  • Cyber Week sales are available now at Walmart online, with specials including a JVC 32-inch Class LCD 720p 60Hz HDTV for $199 and a Philips Norelco PowerTouch Electric Razor with bonus travel shaver for $32.97.

  • "It's Cyber Monday all week long" at Kohl's online , where cyber specials end Dec. 1 and include a Polaroid ultra-thin digital video recorder for $169.99 and Seiko watches for men and women, in select styles, for $99.99.

  • Barnes and Noble online features a Cyber Monday countdown clock, along with a preview of special-deal offerings and an extended Black Friday, 30 percent- off one-item deal, with a code for both in-store and online purchases. Deals include up to 50 percent off select toys and games, 50 percent off select books, 20 percent off Vera Bradley and a buy- one get one 50 precent-off deal on Moleskin notebooks.

  • Walgreens online is offering an extra 15 percent off sitewide, by entering the code, "15thanks" (some restrictions apply).

  • Through Dec. 17, get $10 back for every $50 in pre-tax purchases you spend at Radio Shack online and in store, at participating locations.
  • At Macy's online, shop today, with a one-day early event, featuring an extra 15 percent off plus free shipping at $75. Enter the promo code: "cyber." Cyber Monday two-day specials include 50 percent off select women's coats. Deals in all departments, with an extra 25 to 40 percent off clearance.
  • At JCPenney online, enjoy "free shipping, no minimum, no code" through Cyber Monday, Nov. 26.
  • A two-day "Cyber Sale" is under way at Best Buy online, with "hot deals in every department" and a "free $25 savings code with store pickup on purchases $250 or more."
  • Cyber Monday deals start today, Sunday, Nov. 25, at Michaels online, the arts and crafts store with a location at the . Free standard shipping. Cyber deals include up to 61 percent off canvas prints, 50 percent off hardcover photo books, 40 percent off photo calendars and 45 percent off holiday cards, holiday business cards, personalized stationery.
  • The online "Holiday Gift Shop" at the Burlington Coat Factory lists "gifts under $10" through "gifts $100 and under," featuring gifts for him, her, kids and pets. Stocking stuffers, too.
  • Online-only exclusives are posted at Kmart online, with Cyber Monday deals good Sunday, Nov. 25 through Tuesday, Nov. 27. Free shipping on orders of $49 or more.
  • "Hot deals all Cyber Week long" are available at Target online throughout the week. Free shipping when you spend $50 combined on eligible items across all categories. Sale ends Dec. 1. Online-only deals across all departements include the Hot Wheels Blitz Mega Garage for $29.99 and a Union Geometric Print Futon for $99.50.

What’s your favorite store to surf on Cyber Monday? Share your suggestions in the comments section. If you own or know of a local business that is participating in Cyber Monday, be sure to let everyone know by posting below, too!

Jim Davis November 26, 2012 at 07:24 PM
We have done all of our shopping online the past 5 years and used a website called The Online Shopping Mall at http://jimdavisenterprises.blogspot.com for the past three. They only work with established retailers and look for the best bargains on highly-rated products, and put everything on one website. Most things ship for free. I love it.
Heather November 26, 2012 at 07:31 PM
I got some great deals at Toysrus.com today. Lots of Buy 1 get 1 Free and big discounts.
Fiscal Conservative November 27, 2012 at 10:30 AM
Seeing that my spouse & I are "old f...s", we no longer give gifts to each other. We have all we need or want. Instead, we "adopt" families in need. We give to others and have been doing so for 4 - 5 years now. Christmas is so much better when you can help others. Of course we still give to our children & grandchildren. The need to "get" has long passed us.
Just Saying November 27, 2012 at 01:55 PM
Hmmm, I thought you said you wouldn't be shopping until after New Years...... Well, happy holidays!
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