CrunchDeals: Happy Cyber Monday! [Update]


Oh me, oh my. Black Friday may be the official kickoff for the holiday shopping season, but Cyber Monday marks the beginning of the end for online retailers looking to make up for a lackluster year and to suck your soul dry. I’m all for it! I need some toys and the holiday season brings nothing but killer deals and desperate retailers looking to turn a profit. Let the shopping begin. Keep checking back throughout the day as we’ll be updating often.

Best Buy

* Up to $20 off select Apple iPods;
* Up to 50% off select DVD movies;
* Up to $200 off select GPS receivers; and
* Up to $300 off select LCD, Plasma, and Rear-Projection HDTVs.

Circuit City

* Up to 30% off select digital cameras;
* Up to $100 off select GPS units;
* Up to $150 off select home theater systems; and
* Up to $700 off select LCD, plasma, and projection HDTVs.

When you order online and opt for in-store pickup then you’re eligible for 10 percent off with this coupon on purchases of more than $249: PVAB4Q7AAT.

Wal Mart

They could be jacking up prices so be weary and shop around, but a 360 for $399 is a great deal.

Comp USA

A slew of crap with acceptable prices, but nothing to get you hawt and bothered over.

Pay Pal

20 percent cash back from online retailers like HP? That’s awesome, but I’m still not buying that overpriced Dragon laptop. The cash back rewards also apply to Newegg, Ritz Camera, Dell and other notables so take a gander.

Home Depot

But you can’t be any geek off the street, gotta be handy with the steel if you know what I mean, earn your keep!

TVs, iPod docks, speakers, GPS and other trinkets.

Thanks, Deal News!

Refurbished 1st generation RCA HD DVD player for $70 from Staples. They may have deals on other odd things you may be looking for as well.

SanDisk has gone crazy and they’re unloading 4GB SDHC cards for $27.99, a 2GB microSD for $19.99, and 2GB USB flash drive for $19.99. There are a few other deals on Ultra II cards and Memory Stick Pro Duos.

Discovery Channel Store is offering 35% off their entire site, apparently, which means you can get the Planet Earth DVD set for $54, and lots of cool, edumucational gadgets for your kids at totally decent prices.

Apple is offering free shipping today, but be sure to read the fine print.

*Free shipping for qualifying products is available only at the Apple Online Store on November 26th, 2007 from 3:30 a.m. to 11:59 p.m. PST. Qualifying products include all purchases except APC racks and uninterruptible power supply products. Apple reserves the right to change or end this offer at any time.