PORTSMOUTH, Va. (WAVY) - WAVY.com is on your side looking for the best deals, tips and suggestions for Cyber Monday.
Retailers are trying to catch your attention with some of their best deals of the year. Which means you can search for sales from the comfort of your own home.
Many online stores are offering 20 to 30 percent off your entire order. Plus, websites that carry specific electronics are discounting items as much as 40 to 50 percent.
Technology expert, Mario Armstrong, says video games, computers, toys and clothing are going to be the best deals you find on Cyber Monday. Many sites are also offering free shipping to make their deals even more enticing.
Armstrong said you'll also find deals on large appliances, like washers and dryers. You can save 250 dollars on some of them and other smaller appliances are also on sale, too.
Shop.org is the main organizer of Cyber Monday. Check out the website http://www.cybermonday.com to get an overview of the deals all in one place.
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