Online retailers will be jumping through hoops to get buyers to spend dollars this holiday season with the economy in such a distress.There will be no better time to get some good online deals than this monday as cyber monday kicks off via the web.It looks as if free shipping will be a big offer this year along with some very deep discounts.
"Cyber Monday," a term coined by the trade group National Retail Federation in 2005 to describe the Monday after the Thanksgiving holiday, is the unofficial kickoff for the busy online retail season. will take up to 65 percent off watches and offer one-day deals such as knife set that is usually $157 on sale for $49.99.

 Online auction site is holding what it calls the largest sale in its history, with $1 holiday doorbuster items hidden on the site that consumers hunt for, including a 65-inch Panasonic plasma HDTV and a 2009 Chevy Corvette. EBay also will offer items typically in demand for the holidays for bids starting at $1.
PayPal, another online payment site that eBay owns, is partnering with several retailers on deals. At Toys "R" Us, customers get $10 off purchases of $50 or more. Elsewhere, customers using PayPal can receive cash-back incentives ranging from 5% to 30% off at retailers including American Eagle Outfitters Inc., and Blockbuster.

Toys "R" Us is offering more online promotions on Cyber Monday than last year, including 70% off Star Wars figures, $50 off the normally $59.99 Guitar Hero wired guitar controller from Activision and other deals.

Take a look at a preview of some of the best cyber monday sales at Best Cyber Monday

  1. Airsoft Man December 1, 2008 at 6:39 AM  

    I really like that deal eBay is doing with the $1 TV and car, although I'm not going to even bother looking for those because the chances of me finding it are so slim.

  2. steven wilson December 1, 2008 at 6:52 AM  

    I agree on that one It would be really hard,and time consuming to try,and find them.I will be getting most of my christmas presents online today while the deals are up.

  3. s0uThp4rk December 14, 2008 at 4:29 PM  

    It was entirely possible when eBay first put up the Holiday Doorbusters, you just had to know how to search. The listings were gone within a few seconds, however, so you had to be quick. I won a wallet. Later on it was overrun by scripts that purchased the items automatically, so it was impossible to do manually.

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