Cyber Monday, the biggest Internet shopping day of the year, happens on November 29. As a shopping day, it’s not quite as involved as Black Friday. You can hit up Cyber Monday in your pajamas.
It still pays, however, to know where to find deals. We created a list of the five best websites to find Cyber Monday deals below. We didn’t add obvious ones, like eBay and Amazon, because we figured you probably know about those. The sites below compile Cyber Monday bargains so that you can find the ones you want quickly, without an excess of Google searches. Happy shopping:
More than 700 stores in their database
Free shipping offers
Hourly specials on Cyber Monday
Shop.org invented the term “Cyber Monday.” Their extensive database of more than 700 stores has your Cyber Monday needs covered. You can scroll through deals at the top of the page, scroll through merchants, or find deals by searching through coupon-style icons below that. The website appears busy at first, so you have to get accustomed to navigating through all the information. All proceeds from CyberMonday.com go to a scholarship fund for students studying ecommerce–a nice touch.
2. Dealio’s Cyber Monday
Downloadable coupons & deals toolbar
Dealio’s Cyber Monday has a simple interface that makes it easy to navigate. Explore the site by store logo, product, or featured deals. Their complete list of ads by store is helpful. If you want to keep your Cyber Monday search simple (and potentially faster), start here. Their blog also offers good tips and deals.
They put checkmarks next to store names on left sidebar after they’ve received ads for that store
Find deals by store icon or coupon link on this site. It updates frequently, but doesn’t include a blog, so you get a bare-bones list of deals. Their forums help you find more information. The interface design makes this a good site to find deals by store.
Find deals by store, coupon, or category
Lists additional stores with holiday deals
Store watch feature
Offers.com’s Cyber Monday homepage features coupon codes, making it easy to browse discounts by company. Sidebars offer easy access to stores and product listings. The site syncs with other Offers.com features, including a customized store watchlist and an As Seen on TV section. Their blog covers ongoing deals throughout the season.
Email alerts (only when homepage is updated)
“Email a friend” feature
Extensive list of stores with discounts
The best feature on this site is its large database of retailers with sales or discounts. The homepage has coupon codes by store. Since many stores have more than one coupon, navigating to your preferred deals can be laborious. Unfortunately, the site lacks a search box, so the best way to find your favorite deals is to search on the main list.
Year-Round Coupon Sites for Cyber Monday
The sites below aren’t Cyber Monday (or Black Friday) specific, but we’d be remiss not to mention them:
CurrentCodes has a comprehensive list of online discount codes for an impressive number of retailers every day. Trust their code-collecting acumen for your Cyber Monday deals, too.
WOW Coupons compiles a real-time list of major retailer coupons throughout the year. Look for even more action during Black Friday week.