Follow these tips to get the most from Cyber Monday deals

Follow these tips to get the most from Cyber Monday deals

Need 4K streaming? The same deal knocks $5.25 off the Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K (currently on sale for $34.99, normally $49), bringing it to $29.74 - $20 off!

Shoppers had already spent $531 million as of 10 a.m. ET.

That's more than the $6.2 billion in online sales for Black Friday, up almost 24 percent on past year.

"First #CyberMonday I have participated in and I AM HERE FOR IT!" As of 12:30 pm ET on Monday, no big US chain had seen any technical difficulties, according to Website outage tracker DownDetector.com. Or did you tap out from Black Friday?

You'll save $15 on the TV feature if you buy online Monday.

Target has prepared for Cyber Monday 2018 with loads of discounts and deals, plus shoppers get an extra 15% off of nearly anything they buy - though that offer excludes some items like Google Home, Samsung TVs, and some cosmetic brands.

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Whenever Black Friday or Cyber Monday knocks on our doors, we can expect Amazon's hardware lineup to drop to its all-time low so that everyone can get a taste of what the retail giant has been working on in terms of hardware.

Toys are expected to have the biggest discounts, Adobe Analytics said, as retailers fill the void left by the bankruptcy of top USA toy retailer Toys "R" Us.

Target was offering 30 per cent off on select toys, while Kohl's discounted Lego sets between 30 per cent and 40 per cent.

"ASUS ZenBook 13 Ultra-Slim 13.3" FHD Display, Intel 8th gen Core i5-8250U, 8GB RAM, 256GB M.2 SSD, Win10, Backlit KB for $699.99 at Amazon (Normally $799.99).

Black Friday is one of the most advertised shopping holidays of all time.

The National Retail Federation forecast USA holiday retail sales, including online, in November and December will increase between 4.3 per cent and 4.8 per cent over 2017, for a total of US$717.45 billion to US$720.89 billion.

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