The reason why Cyber Monday 2012 deals have been better was that retailers brought back popular Black Friday deals and offered new ones on top. Amazon, BestBuy and Walmart led the way. I felt that smaller retailers did disappoint, with the exception of Dell. I am talking electronics and computer deals here. Retailers are putting Cyber Monday behind them and are now hosting Cyber Week or extended Cyber Monday sales.
The pace of new deals has definitely slowed down, but you can of course score great deals. Several deals are survivors of Cyber Monday and new deals are added each day. I could not find an totally outstanding deal for today yet, but you can shop these recommended Cyber Week sales to find deals.
Cyber Monday 2012 is history and Cyber Week sales event take over. The Cyber Week sales are already a tradition. Most retailers will offer extended Cyber Monday or Cyber Week sales all week long. After Cyber Week, Holiday Gift Sales start and will continue to offer deals for the Holiday season.
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