If you have any money left over from shopping at Target or Walmart, which now remain ruins of the giant stores that used to stand, and if you have any shopping left in your system from the rush of Black Friday and Small Business Saturday, Cyber Monday is calling your name.
Cyber Monday is a day away and already, everyone is online scouting out the best deals.
Target just launched its Cyber Monday Deals 2011 with its website boasting a slew of great deals, just a click and a few hours away.
According to Target, Target.com’s Daily Deals destination will feature especially aggressive pricing beginning on Cyber Monday, with prices slashed as low as 70 percent off regular prices.
“Daily Deals offers free shipping and incredible savings on five exciting products each day —from housewares and electronics to clothing, toys and more. The deals are available exclusively online, for one day only, and cannot be price-matched in Target stores,” reads a Target press release.
Deals include a Canon EOS T3 Kit for $599.99, Nintendo Wii Console for $174.98, The Kennedys 3-Disc pack for $8.50, among others.
Cyber Week also kicks off Target’s two-week Lowest Price of the Season event, Nov. 29 through Dec. 12, which offers low prices on an array items online.
Target is also adjusting the return policy for Cyber Monday–if the item is eligible for a return, you can bring the packing slip or credit card used and the item to a Target store and they will return it for you—There’s also an online return policy.