You’ve finally woken up from your post-Thanksgiving hibernation and realized that Black Friday has passed. Luckily, Cyber Monday is just around the corner and there are great deals to be had from the comfort of your couch (or let’s be honest, your desk at work). Don’t get stuck hunting out deals across the Internet or wasting time on expired/sold out items – we’ve put together a few websites you may or may not have heard of. Here’s to helping you quickly find the all best products and prices, while saving a little cash in the process!
Gizmodo is one of the most popular technology blogs on the internet, so it’s little surprise that they’ll have a running list of live Cyber Monday deals. Only active deals will be posted on their Cyber Monday page and items will be crossed off as they expire/sell out, so you’ll know when something is unavailable.
Similarly to FatWallet.com, SlickDeals is known throughout the year for providing great deals across the Internet. Whether you’re looking for a deal on magazines or a new entertainment center for that TV you scored on Black Friday, SlickDeals will have all of the major Cyber Monday deals in a neatly organized grid.
One of the best sites to find deals year round, but especially during Cyber Monday, is FatWallet.com. The deals are sorted by product as well as store, and the forums are regularly praised for their active communities.
ThinkGeek is the go-to site to find gifts and gadgets for any techie friends or family, and their Cyber Monday deals never disappoint. From their Tetris desk lamp to their Tauntaun sleeping bag, there’s something awesome for everyone.
Not limited to just Black Friday, Reddit also has Cyber Monday deals. Curated by a very active community, old deals are removed and new deals are quickly added. Also, very active commenters provide immediate feedback about products or recommendations for similar deals.Cyber Monday: 5 Sites For the Ultimate Techie Click To Tweet