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Top 6 Places To Find Cyber Monday Deals in 2012


Cyber Monday is Huge, and so are the Deals

Cyber Monday is the biggest online shopping day of the year, which is no surprise seeing as the brick-and-mortar shopping equivalent, Black Friday, may be a little too hectic. Some use Cyber Monday to finish the shopping they didn’t on Black Friday, and about half of them do it at work. Shame on you.

That being said, we’re a tech site, with a tech crew, and we’re going to tech you where to get the best Cyber Monday deals. See what I did there? I said tech instead of teach. It was pretty clever.
Anyway, here’s a list of our 6 favorite sites to find things like Cyber Monday laptop deals, computer hardware deals, and anything else technology related.

6 Best Sites for Cyber Monday Tech Deals in 2012

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TigerDirect is all tech, all the time. Starting on Cyber Monday, they’re all deals, all the time. According to their site, they’ll be having Cyber Monday specials all through the Holiday season. Follow, like, or sign up for their news letter to be updated with their Cyber forever deals.


Amazon is massive. So in true form, for Cyber Monday, they’re having a whole deals week. Yep, Amazon’s so huge it breaks temporal rules for sales, nbd. Anyways, the deals aren’t available yet, so bookmark the page and wait for the 26th.


Newegg not only has Black November deals, which are deals they are featuring all month, but also has a Cyber Monday deal. Seeing as Cyber Monday is within November, their Cyber Monday deals are a deal within a deal. It’s dealception. Subscribe to their news letter to stay up to date.


Cybermonday_logo_block may not have the prettiest site on the planet, but it has just about every deal available on the planet. Run by, the site that coined the term Cyber Monday has a humongous database of websites with Cyber Monday sales and online deals.


Monoprice has the cables, cases, cleaning kits, mounts, and all the little things you don’t think about until you’ve already set everything else up. Don’t buy from the big retail stores. While there are no “true” Cyber Monday deals on the site, most of the cords and cables you get there will cost less there than anywhere else.


Slickdeals has been mentioned on Sultan Solutions before in our top Black Friday deals post, but it’s one of those sites that needs to be mentioned again. It’s really doing nothing different from what it does all year round, but the pool of sales for things like Cyber Monday laptop deals, computer hardware, and etc. is larger.

What if I like the Brick-and-Mortar Stores?

Remember guys, Black Friday is still coming up. If you’re the type of person who likes to get out there and see what he’s buying, get some coupons from Thanksgiving Black Friday Ads. They’ll help you get the best deals in the brick-and-mortar stores.
However, if you like ordering from home, “work,” or with a cell phone while you’re driving, putting on make up, and drinking coffee go to one of the sites we listed above.


How’s your Cyber Monday Looking Now?

What’d you think about this article? Did we change your Cyber Monday Plans? Is there anything we missed? Let us know what you think and leave a comment for us below.


By John Horne – November 17th, 2012.

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