You’ve made it through Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and even Super Sunday with your wallet and credit cards (mostly) intact.

So, after all of that shopping, why stop now? Cyber Monday is upon us.

Starting Monday at many retailers, and even Sunday night at some, Cyber Monday, the next major push for consumers’ holiday-shopping dollars, kicks off. Fifteen years ago, Cyber Monday didn’t exist. Now? Adobe Analytics estimates consumers will spend $9.4 billion on Cyber Monday, and that it will be the biggest shopping day of the year for small business merchants.

“The weekend between Black Friday and Cyber Monday is emerging as a truly lucrative period for online commerce,” said Vivek Pandya, lead analyst at Adobe. “Consumers are taking advantage of post-Black Friday deals and are accelerating (spending) in the run-up to Cyber Monday.”

If you haven’t shopped enough, or, if you have just been waiting to make a big Cyber Monday splash, here’s a look at where some notable deals can be found.


Being that Amazon basically invented the whole concept of shopping online, it should come as no surprise that the e-commerce titan has loaded up on deals for Cyber Monday. Amazon is touting deals on its own devices, such as its Echo Dot smart speaker with Alexa, which Amazon has slashed to $22 from $49.99, and a 50-inch Toshiba 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV with Amazon Fire TV technology built in for $269.99, down from $380.


There are Cyber Monday deals across the board at Walmart. Want a new, 10.2-inch screen iPad? Walmart has a 32-gigabyte version of the tablet for $249, or $80 less than usual. A Keurig single-cup coffee maker is available for $40, down from $59. And you can save $40 on a Disney Frozen II Ultimate Arendelle Castle Playset with Lights and Moving Balcony, by getting it for $159.

Best Buy

If you have been wanting to get an Apple Watch, Best Buy might be the place for you. While the newest Series 5 Apple Watch isn’t on sale, Best Buy is offering the Series 4 model, which has many of the same features of the Series 5, for as low as $299, or $50 less than its regular price. Beats Studio 3 wireless noise canceling headphones have been slashed by $150, to $199.99. And if you are in the market for appliances, Best Buy is offering savings of up to 40% off and up to $600 in Best Buy gift cards on qualifying purchases.


Do your kids not have enough toys? If not, Target is offering buy two, get one free deals on many Disney toys, clothing and accessories. If video games are your thing, the Xbox One S1 1-terabyte Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order bundle is available until Cyber Monday for $199, or $100 less than what it will cost you if you wait until Tuesday to make your purchase.