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Cyber Monday Shopping 2012 - Walmart, Target & Best Buy Battle TigerDirect, Amazon for Shoppers' Dollars

By Staff
Nov 25, 2012
Traget has deals online for Black Friday.

Cyber Monday 2012 features deals online from traditional retailers like Walmart, Target, Sears, Kmart and Best Buy as the retail stores do battle with online giants like Amazon and TigerDirect.

All of the stores are looking for shoppers dollars for the holiday shopping season and for those that missed out on Black Friday, the following 'Cyber Monday' gives a chance for more deals and sales.

Some of the offers:

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 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.

MSNBC notes, ", which is starting its Cyber Monday deals at midnight on Monday, is offering as much as 60 percent off a Panasonic VIERA 55-inch TV that's usually priced higher than $1,000. Sears is offering $430 off a Maytag washer and dryer, each on sale for $399. And Kmart is offering 75 percent off all of its diamond earrings and $60 off a 12-in-1 multigame table on sale for $89.99."

See some of the deals from TigerDirect here.

How big will it be?

Research company comScore forecasts Americans will shell out a record $1.5 billion on Cyber Monday this year, $250 million more than in 2011 and many of them will be on a Smartphone or a tablet.

Almost a quarter of all consumers used a mobile device to reach a retail site for Black Friday and more than 16 percent actually made a purchase with their mobile device.

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