Sunday becomes Cyber Monday as over a dozen Cyber Monday 2015 sales events are underway.
Walmart raised the most attention for its decision to launch Cyber Monday early. Officially the Walmart Cyber Monday 2015 event will kick off tonight at 8pm ET. A bunch of Walmart's announced Cyber deals are selling now ahead of the official launch.
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It is actually hard to get a handle on which Cyber Monday deals are still to come from Walmart at 8pm ET, with many of them already on sale now. Right now we only know about a handful announced deals that are not on sale yet including the $799 LG 65-inch 4K Ultra HDTV.
Walmart is already offering other TVs advertised in the Walmart Cyber Monday ad and they offer right now an unannounced $288 Xbox One Gears of War bundle with 3-Month Gold Live.
Besides Walmart, Target is stands out today as Cyber Monday deals destination. Around 10 TVs are on offer with gift cards, breaking the set in stone Black Friday deals on popular TVs from Samsung and Vizio.
Amazon's Cyber Monday deals so far are not news worthly so far. The only big news is bad news. The Fire tablet has sold through existing inventory and will be back in stock on December 23. The date will likely slip to after Christmas in the next hours.
Our recommended Cyber Monday 2015 Sales to visit on Sunday include:
The discounts on clothing are deeper or as good as on Black Friday at stores like Old Navy and Aero.
Cyber deals are less about insane deals, like Black Friday is. Cyber Monday is all about online sales. The stores are not part usually of Cyber Monday. There are myriads of deals at considerable discounts on vast range of items. The best discounts can be found on mid-range and high-end goods. Several retailer have announced sitewide discounts in the range of 15% to 20%. These sitewide deals are sometimes stackable, creating deep discounts.
Black Friday and Thanksgiving Day have reached combined online sales volume of $4.45 billion, with $2.72 billion on Black Friday and $1.73 billion on Thanksgiving Day. Cyber Monday sales reached $2.64 billion last year. Cyber Monday 2015 is set to grow as Black Friday 2015 did. The extension of Cyber Monday to a 2-Day event will spur the growth.
The Cyber Week 2015 sales have started right after Black Friday on Saturday, Nov. 28. Most shops are going extend Cyber Monday into a Cyber Week.
Find the latest Cyber Monday 2015 news in our Cyber Monday Hub.