Cyber Monday is the first work day after the Thanksgiving weekend. The term Cyber Monday, which was created by Shop.org (part of the National Retail Federation) made it into the retailer marketing strategies back in November of 2005. Cyber Monday has established itself pretty well over the years as the online shopping the of the year offering the best deals. Shop.org got the idea of Cyber Monday from the behavior of shoppers to buy online the first day back at work after the long Thanksgiving weekend. This year this origin of Cyber Monday gets distorted as several of the large retailers like Walmart, Best Buy and Sears launch their Cyber Monday sales events already on Sunday.
Update (Sun 3am EST):
Best Buy Cyber Monday has already launched.
Amazon Cyber Monday has already launched.
Walmart Cyber Monday has already launched.
To shop Cyber Monday this year on Monday back in the office might be already too late to still get in on the best deals. We already received the Cyber Monday deals from several major shops to wet your appetite. Click the links below to see the store's Cyber Monday deal preview and the sale opening times.
Cyber Monday 2010 Deals by Store:
Walmart Cyber Monday Deals
Best Buy Cyber Monday Deals
Sears Cyber Monday Deals
Kmart Cyber Monday Deals
ToysRUs Cyber Monday Deals
The Amazon Cyber Monday Deals will be available on Monday as part of the ongoing Amazon Black Friday Deals Week.
The Cyber Monday sales event will also be stretched over the whole next week. Each day during the Cyber Week, retailers will offer new deals to have shoppers come back.
Black Friday 2010 is over, but Holiday sales continue this weekend leading in the next big sale: Cyber Monday. Find the latest Holiday weekend and Cyber Monday deals of the season on TVs, Laptops, Phones, GPS, Blu-ray players and other gadgets in our Cyber Monday Hub.