All major Cyber Monday 2012 sales have launched online on Sunday. Some stores like Dell stuck to a strict Cyber Monday launch time for their sales. The Dell Cyber Monday Deals are now on sale in the Dell Cyber Monday 2012 Sale.
Cyber Monday 2012 is here. Dell launched the Dell Cyber Monday 2012 sale at midnight EST today. Dell will release four new doorbuster deals every 3 hours, like the computer retailer did during the Dell Black Friday sale. The Dell Cyber Monday 2012 doorbuster release calendar is available here.
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Shop the Dell Cyber Monday 2012 Sale now and check out their Cyber Deal highlights below.
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:
Sears Cyber Monday Sale
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.
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.