Some of the best Cyber Monday deals to grab this moment are:
$39.99 Amazon Dot 2 – Amazon
$339.99 Sony PS4 Pro 1TB – Target
$212.49 Sony PS4 Uncharted 4 Bundle – Target
$798 60″ LG 60UH7650 4K Super UHD Smart LED TV – Sam’s Club
$84.47 $100 iTunes Gift Card – Sam’s Club
The Cyber Monday sales events have mutated into a 2-Day sales event with attached week long sales called Cyber Week. Deal hunters are advised to shop early Sunday morning. Our deal monitoring has already flagged multiple deals as sold out. Sam’s Club had at the launch of its Cyber Monday sale inventory of the rare Sony PlayStation VR Launch Bundle.
Target has sold out of the first Apple Watch Series 2 models as customers take advantage of the 15% sitewide Cyber Monday discount. Target’s RedCard members can save 20% on pretty much everything in store. The limiting factor is stock. Target is going to sell out of all popular items Sunday, leaving on the scrapes for shoppers on Monday.
Retailers are adding new Cyber deals throughout Sunday and also on Monday. Especially Amazon will have many of their announced Cyber Monday deals released on Monday, Nov. 28.
The best Cyber Monday deals can be found in the following Cyber Monday sales on Sunday:
Dell Cyber Monday Sale – NEW!
Shopping for Cyber Monday deals early is giving customers the advantage of full inventories, and fast checkouts as sites are not under load in the early morning hours. This will change as soon as America wakes. As new Cyber deals are added to the Sam’s Club, Best Buy, Target, Walmart and Amazon Cyber sales, experts advice to check deal leasts and social media multiple time per day to not miss out on the best Cyber Monday deals.
A growing Cyber Monday trend is the offering of Cyber Monday deals in stores. This is new at Target this year. Not only is Target’s Cyber Monday sale 48 hours and not 24 hours as last year, but Target’s guests get the Cyber Monday sitewide discount also on stores. This against the original concept of Cyber Monday, but times are changing.
We have seen reports on social media that Target stores are getting almost daily invententory of Hatchimals. On Sunday and Monday, customers can save on these up to 20%.
Smaller stores keep their eye on the actual Cyber Monday, Nov. 28. The reason for this is that a large group of consumers is not adjusting to the reality of Cyber Monday already starting on Sunday’s over the past couple of years. Smaller stores focus all their deals on the one day that most consumers shop for Cyber deals.
More consumers will shop Cyber Monday on Sunday as they remember to encountered empty inventories on the best deals on Monday last year. The distribution of consumer spending on Sunday and Monday will be interesting to see. Black Friday has generated $3 billion in online sales according to Adobe’s analytics. This is the amount Cyber Monday yield for online retailers last year. To stay the biggest online sales day, Cyber Monday 2016 needs to grow.
We will have updates of the Cyber Monday 2016 consumer spending throughout the next 48 hours. The latest Cyber Monday 2016 deals and news are available at the Cyber Monday 2016 Hub.