Cyber Monday Holiday Shopping Guide

  • Traditionally, the day after Thanksgiving is the busiest shopping day of the year, Black Friday.  Slightly less traditionally, the first day when everyone is back at work (and shopping online) has become known as Cyber Monday. According to Ecommerce Blog GetElastic, 39% of consumers plan to shop on Cyber Monday, that’s 37% more than last year. claims ever day is Black Friday. Their Cyber Monday section features deals of up to 50% off from major retailers including  Macy’s, Gap, Old Navy, Radio Shack, Walmart, Costco and Amazon.

    While dominated the internet on Black Friday, the site which features ad scans, hot deals and coupons will also be big for Cyber Monday. The site is also active on Twitter and Facebook, in order to notify followers in real-time when a new deal pops up.

    For those who love fashion and Facebook, be the first to participate in a live video shopping experience with designers Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen, designers Kate Bosworth and Cher Coulter and designers  Rachel Bilson and Nicole Chavez. Catch the livestream from 10am PT-12pm pt at

    Also, don’t forget get to check in with daily deal sites like Groupon, who always have deals, but they are expected to have even BETTER ones come Monday. is also getting in on the holiday shopping season with 24-hour “Insanity Deals” of up to 80%-95% off high electronics and fashion. Every time a deal is purchased which falls under the category of a “Charity Deal,” they will also donate $1 to the First Book program.

    Many stores online are offering free shipping, but if you find yourself getting dinged for shipping charges, check out Free Shipping.Org.  They have over 3,800 free shipping offers from Best Buy to Victoria Secret.

    Happy shopping!