Black Friday 2014 ends and Cyber Monday 2014 Takes Over

There is no time for a Cyber Monday countdown as Cyber Monday 2014 already starts tomorrow on Saturday, Nov. 29. Black Friday 2014 is on its way out and we hope that you scored some great Black Friday deals this year with our help.

The Walmart Cyber Monday 2014 and Amazon Cyber Monday 2014 Sale will kick off on Saturday. In passed years there has been a little break with some special Saturday sales, but now Cyber Monday creeps into Saturday. 

Most other Cyber Monday 2014 sales will begin on Sunday. The notion of Cyber Monday being a work day sales event is outdated. When you think you can still score a hot Cyber Monday deal on the actual Cyber Monday, December 1 you will be disappointed. Most Cyber Monday deals will be already be on sale on Sunday Nov. 30. 

To shop Cyber Monday on Monday is like trying to find hot Black Friday deals today. There are some deals, but the standout Cyber deals are gone.

Cyber Monday is going to be stretch out again over the whole week. It makes sense to look for deals the days following the Cyber Monday kick off as retailers push out hot deals with the hope to bring you back into their online shops.

Find below the list of announced Cyber Monday Sales events and the Cyber Monday deals that have been revealed. Follow the links to see the deals.

The hottest Cyber Deals announced so far are the $449 Sony PS4 Lego Batman Bundle + Choice of Game and Controller in the Walmart Cyber Monday Sale. You save $189 with this Sony PS4 Cyber Deal. Another hot Cyber Deal is the $499 58-inch Sanyo LED TV, also offered in the Walmart Cyber Monday sale.

Cyber Monday 2014

Walmart Cyber Monday

Amazon Cyber Monday

Target Cyber Monday

Motorola Cyber Monday

Office Depot Office Max Cyber Monday

Kohl’s Cyber Monday

Macy’s Cyber Monday

Sears Cyber Monday

Kmart Cyber Monday

Lowe’s Cyber Monday

Cyber Monday 2014 is expected to generate $2.6 billion in sales. Black Friday sales are predicted to reach $2.48 billion.

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 2013 is expected to a huge sales day again this year – most likely the biggest.
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