The Amazon Cyber Monday 2012 Sale has kicked off already on Sunday. Now the Amazon Cyber Monday will have its peak on the actual Cyber Monday, November 26. The Cyber Monday deals today are outstanding.
The Amazon Monday 2012 sales started early Sunday morning. As reported the Walmart Cyber Monday Sale is going on since Saturday. Walmart has caught up to Amazon on Black Friday, but Amazon is fighting back today with outstanding Cyber Monday deals.
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The Kindle Fire tablet is $30 off today and sells for just $129. This is the best deal yet and one of the rare Kindle deals. Amazon is selling the Kindle tablets and eBook reader anyway already at a loss and now you can save even another $30 on the Kindle Fire tablet making it an ideal Holiday gift bargain for young and old.
To get the $30 off you need to use the promotional code FIREDEAL at checkout.
Shop all Amazon Cyber Monday 2012 deals now.
Note that the huge 60% off a Panasonic VIERA 55-Inch TV deal is on sale right now.
Below we have listed the best Cyber Monday 2012 sales to shop. Deals so far are as good as on Black Friday. We are constantly scanning Cyber Monday offers to spot deals that stand out. Follow I4U News during the Cyber Monday sales on Twitter to not miss a deal. Shop the Cyber Monday sales on Sunday as the best deals sell out before the actual Cyber Monday comes around.
Best Cyber Monday 2012 Sales:
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Cyber Monday 2012 is here. The Cyber Monday Sales have launched at major retailers including Walmart, Target, Best Buy and Amazon. Start your Cyber Monday shopping now as the best deals will be gone when Cyber Monday comes around.
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About Cyber Monday:
Cyber Monday, a term coined by Shop.org in 2005, got established when retailers saw a trend of consumers shopping online on the Monday after Thanksgiving. Today, Cyber Monday is viewed as the online equivalent to Black Friday. Cyber Monday 2012 is expected to a huge sales day again. Adobe predicts $2 billion in sales on Cyber Monday 2012.