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How to Shop Cyber Monday on a Dime

Okay, well you'll obviously spend more than a dime if you bust out the credit cards during this weekend of shopping bliss. But the object is to just save as much as you possibly can, right?

So if you were in too much of a turkey coma to hit the stores at 4 a.m. on Black Friday, don't fret—you can still redeem yourself today. Cyber Monday is in full swing and my inbox has been blowing up all day long with last-minute deals.

Why not skip out on that boring monday-afternoon meeting and take advantage of the best online bargains you'll find all year long? Get started by checking out the following 3 sites to not only help navigate all the madness, but also quickly cash in on some sweet Cyber Monday deals.


Your first stop should always be here. CyberMonday.com will help you stay up-to-date throughout the day on the best deals of the hour from over 700 online retailers.

You can even sign up for email alerts or follow updates via Twitter if you need to stay incognito at work and can't be checking out the website all the time.


Who doesn't love Amazon's Cyber Monday Lightening Deals? Great buys on heavily discounted video games, toys, movies, electronics, and clothes are popping up every 5 to 10 minutes. If you're not really sure what you want, check out Amazon and it won't be long before you find something you love at a great price!

Amazon is an especially great place to buy toys for the kids. In fact, they're offering 30-50 percent off on most Fisher Price products today. That's tough to beat anywhere!


If you're looking for clothes or household items, Macys.com not only has some of the best deals, but they're also offering free shipping today on purchases of $75 or more. Women's coats are 50 percent off, sleepwear is 25% off, and many men's items are up to 75 percent off.

Happy bargain hunting!

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Joshua Heckathorn was President of Creditnet, is a credit expert and has been featured on CNNMoney, FOX Business, Yahoo Finance, The Street, and many other national publications during the past ten years.  He received a Bachelor of Science in Management (Finance) from Brigham Young University's Marriott School of Business and earned his MBA from Seattle University.

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