10 Best Cyber Monday Sales You Won't Want to Skip (PHOTOS)

Suzee Skwiot | Nov 29, 2014 Home & Garden

woman online shopping with credit cardIf you're looking to avoid the crazy crowds of Black Friday, or just need to supplement your weekend shopping adventures, Cyber Monday could be the answer. The Monday after Thanksgiving, so aptly named Cyber Monday, is all about online shopping and plenty of major nationwide retailers are featuring promotions that are valid online only.

Though many online retailers have yet to reveal their special online deals for this year, judging from last year's sales, these sites should have some seriously great steals!

So grab your credit cards and shopping lists and get to work. Here are your best Cyber Monday deals of 2014.

Will you be shopping on Cyber Monday? What's on your list?


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  • Starbucks


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    Starting on Black Friday and running through Cyber Monday, Starbucks is offering its Verismo® 580 by Starbucks System in Champagne for $59 (regular price $119). But it gets better: Beginning November 30 at 9 p.m. EST, you can save $25 off of orders over $70 and receive free standard shipping.

  • Best Buy


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    Though the massive electronics chain has yet to roll out their Cyber Monday deals, Best Buy had some of the best sales of 2013. Last year, the store sold $100 iTunes or App Store gift cards for only $85 and heavily discounted their Apple MacBook Pros (by more than $200).

  • Macy's


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    Macy's has released some of its Cyber Monday deals, and it looks like we can expect great sales on clothing, home goods, and accessories. Most buzzed-about right now? The KitchenAid KSM150PS Artisan 5 Qt. Stand Mixer, which will retail for $349.99 (original price $499.99).

  • Target


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    Think one day is enough? Not for Target! Last year, the store ran a "Cyber Week Sale" that offered buy one, get one 30 percent off toys, free shipping, and lots of other deals, like a Minecraft Lego toy that comes free with any $100 Lego purchase.

  • Walmart


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    No definitive news yet on this year's deals, but there was a sweet iPad mini deal at Walmart in 2013, and the big box retailer also marked down HDTVs, toys, and jewelry -- including a diamond pendant and earring set that was selling for $98 (regularly $500!), and this Easy Bake Oven for $29.96.

    The store also ran its "Value of the Hour" sales, flash sales that only last 60 minutes, so shoppers, beware!

  • Amazon


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    Amazon is discounting both its Fire HD 7 (from $139, now $109) through Cyber Monday. The tablets have five color choices (black, white, cobalt, magenta, and citron), and has a quad-core processor, front and rear-facing cameras, an HD display, and plenty of available-to-download content.

  • Amazon Fire Phone


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    A deal so huge, it definitely deserved its own shoutout: Amazon is also unlocking its phone for Cyber Monday! It's $199 and works with AT&T, T-Mobile, Metro PCS, and Cricket. The phone also includes a full year of Amazon Prime!

  • Home Depot


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    Shoppers raved about Home Depot's 2013 Cyber Monday sales, so expect this year to be no different. Stop by the home improvement store for home items, appliances, furniture, and tools (like this $199 Rigid Combo Kit).

  • Ralph Lauren


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    The men's and women's retailer had a decent Black Friday sale last year, but its best deals came on Cyber Monday. Ralph Lauren offered an additional 25 percent off popular items and already low prices. Win and win.

  • Ulta


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    Ulta's beauty sales start on Friday, but get ready for some great online exclusives come Monday. The chain is offering the signature Naked by Urban Decay palette for only $54 and including additional free gifts. That's on top of the five samples you'll automatically receive with your purchase and their other deals (wait for the butter London and OPI sales to be announced!).

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