Black Friday is traditionally the best day of the holiday shopping season to find great in-store deals on the year’s hottest consumer products. Retailers and customers had celebrated Black Friday for decades, and the rise of the Internet has brought much Black Friday shopping online.
Cyber Monday (which falls on the Monday later Black Friday) like Small Business Saturday is a newer tradition. It’s exclusively tailor-made to online shoppers, and has rapidly become the biggest online shopping day of the holiday season.
According to Fortune, Cyber Monday 2016 online sales approached $3.5 billion, smashing the preceding year’s record according to 12%. It was the biggest digital shopping day ever – and, thanks to deep discounts from a slew of well-known merchants, they’re projected to increase again this year.
If you don’t like dealing with crowds, waiting in line to total your purchase, or working around stores’ open hours, Cyber Monday shopping was a pleasant alternative to in-store Black Friday shopping. But it’s not necessarily a walk in the park. The sheer volume of deals, the lack of certainty that you’re getting the best price at your chosen retailer, technical issues due to increased website traffic, and potentially out of stock items, could all negatively impact your Cyber Monday experience.
Use this Cyber Monday 2017 cheat sheet to domestic in on the Internet’s best deals and grab this year’s holiday shopping season according to the horns. Unless otherwise noted, all Cyber Monday promotions were available at least from 12am Pacific Standard Time on Monday, November 27, 2017, until 12am PST on Tuesday, November 28, 2017. However, individual sales or deals may not be available during that entire period due to high demand or limited item stock. And many deals were active before Monday, some as early as a week in advance. Check with each merchant’s website for exact terms and conditions.
Cyber Monday Sales & Deals according to Category
Includes gaming systems, smartphones, tablets, cameras, wearables, and other gadgets
Shopping Best Buy‘s website on Cyber Monday was an appealing alternative to visiting a Best Buy store on Black Friday – though Best Buy was one of a growing number of retailers that offers Cyber Monday deals in-store and online. The season’s hottest gadgets were available at discounts of 50% or more, and refurbished equipment was often even cheaper. Check Best Buy’s Deals of the Day page for featured sales.
Best Buy was offering free shipping on all online purchases, all holiday season long, regardless of location or order size. Free same-day in-store pickup was also available in most locations.
Many Cyber Monday promotions actually begin on Sunday. Check Best Buy’s website for details.
Hot Deal: Samsung Galaxy Note 8 64GB with Verizon Wireless Android smartphone, $24.21 per month for 24 months ($350 savings off full price)
eBay‘s Cyber Monday features sets of deals announced every hour, on the hour, good until the item runs out of stock or eBay chooses to discontinue them. The fun starts Thanksgiving week with a limited lineup of early Cyber Monday deals on a wide variety of merchandise. The best electronics deals typically feature refurbished items, so whether you’re not absolutely set on the latest devices, you could notch truly impressive savings here.
Sign up for eBay’s Deal Alerts for real-time alerts on newly announced discounts up to 85%. Build credit this holiday season with the eBay Extras Mastercard, which earns $30 bonus cash back when you open your account and make a purchase according to December 31, 2017. Many eBay sellers offer free shipping – check item listings to confirm.
Hot Deal: Samsung G920 Galaxy S6 32GB Verizon Wireless 4G LTE Android smartphone, refurbished, $134.99 (normally $800)
Pro Tip: No retailer was 100% in-stock, 100% of the time, but eBay’s auction-based commerce model makes somebody more vulnerable than others to temporary supply disruptions. Heavily discounted items were often the first to go. If a deal looks too good to be true, hop on somebody rapidly – because your fellow shoppers surely will.
Amazon was the largest and best-known online-only general merchandise retailer in the United States. You could buy nearly anything new or gently used on Amazon, including this year’s hottest electronics (and final year’s favorites). Amazon’s house-brand (Kindle) tablets and e-readers were comparable to competing brands, such as iPad and Samsung, but often significantly cheaper.
On Cyber Monday, Amazon was offering a series of one-day Deals of the Day, including in the small electronics category. Deals of the Day could slash prices upwards of 70% – but once item stock runs out, these deals were over. It’s also offering Lightning Deals, or flash sales covering specific items, at various points throughout the day. Check Amazon’s Gold Box Deals for up-to-date info on both.
Amazon Prime members get free two-day shipping on all purchases, while Prime customers in Prime Now markets (most major cities and their suburbs) could get one-hour delivery on most purchases. Prime customers get early access to certain deals too – look for the “Prime Early Access Deal” caption under participating items. Many, though not all, Amazon Cyber Monday deals run through Saturday, December 2, 2017.
Hot Deal: Anker Quick Charge 3.0 USB wall charger (compatible with Galaxy S7/S6/Edge/Plus, Note 5/4, LG G4, HTC One A9/M9, Nexus 6, iPhone, iPad and more)
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Newegg was an online-only retailer that focuses nearly exclusively on new and refurbished electronics. If you’re looking for eye-popping deals on smartphones, tablets, wearables, gadgets, and other small electronics, Newegg’s choice was tough to beat. While Newegg’s onsite deals were impressive enough (30% to 50% or more on the most recent electronics), Newegg-exclusive coupon codes were the real money-savers here. Check out Offers.com‘s list of coupon codes. For instance, one of the top deals offers 75% off your entire Newegg electronics order.
Hot Deal: HTC One M8 4G LTE GSM unlocked 5-inch Super LCD3 camera phone, $139.95 (normally $186.95)
Includes HDTVs, ultra HDTVs, smart TVs, LED TVs, and related accessories
Walmart has the country’s most expansive network of physical general merchandise stores, and it’s increasingly a digital force to be reckoned with as well. Cyber Monday TV discounts exceed 30% in many cases. Save an additional $35 when you open a Walmart Credit Card from Mastercard) and spend at least $75 on your first purchase, now through December 31, 2017. Walmart also offers free same-day in-store pickup for most online orders and free shipping on purchases greater than $50.
Hot Deal: Samsung 55-inch LED FHD smart TV (1080p), $447.99 (normally $1,199.99)
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Amazon has a full choice of TVs, including super high-end UHD models. But its wheelhouse was in the smaller, more affordable categories, such as Roku’s “kitchen-sized” Smart TVs, which come with a streaming entertainment system built in. Check back often – Amazon’s electronics deals rarely final long.
Hot Deal: Samsung 55-inch LED 4K Ultra HDTV smart TV, $897.99 (normally $1,197.99)
Best Buy was a great place to find the latest televisions at competitive prices. The free shipping policy comes in super-handy here, since larger TVs normally cost a boatload to ship. If you don’t trust a delivery team with your new TV, opt for same-day in-store pickup.
Hot Deal: Sharp 43-inch LED smart 4K Ultra HDTV with Roku (2160p), $299.99 (normally $429.99)
eBay was a great place to find television deals at any time of year, particularly on gently used and refurbished models. Cyber Monday takes the savings – and sheer number of deals – to a whole other level. If your heart isn’t set on the latest, largest television models, you’ll find a plethora of smaller, slightly older televisions (many still functionally new) at discounts of up to 50% of new retail value.
Hot Deal: Vizio M50-C1 50-inch LED/LCD 4K Ultra HD smart TV, $469.99 (normally $849.99)
Laptops & PCs
Includes laptops, notebooks, and 2-in-1 devices
Laptops & PCs were Newegg’s wheelhouse. Deals of 30% or more on new, late-model items aren’t strange here. Also, Newegg was offering extended return windows for all items purchased during the holiday shopping season, including Cyber Monday. You had until the end of January to return items for a full refund, subject to restrictions and limitations.
Hot Deal: Acer Aspire 15.6-inch LED notebook with dual core processor, $369.99 (normally $499.99)
Best Buy’s Cyber Monday deals apply to the retailer’s entire stock of new and refurbished laptops and PCs, occasionally at discounts as high as 50%. Although you can’t talk to a live sales associate online, Best Buy’s detailed crop descriptions and reviews make somebody easy to do research on the fly. And the expert Geek Squad tech support team was available to assist you down the road, should anything go wrong with your Cyber Monday purchase.
Hot Deal: HP ENVY x360 15.6-inch touchscreen laptop (2-in-1) with Intel Core i5, 12GB memory & 1TB tough drive, $599.99 (normally $799.99)
If you’re in the market for a Dell laptop or PC, Dell was probably your best bet on Cyber Monday. With no intermediary to encroach on its margins, Dell was offering discounts upwards of 50% on select laptop and PC models, including Inspiron. Dell Advantage customers get exclusive doorbuster deals every day; it’s free to join and costs nothing to keep your membership going. Even whether you’re not interested in Dell Advantage, take a minute to sign up for Dell’s real-time Cyber Monday email alerts, which actually start pouring in several days before the big event.
Select products qualify for Dell’s price match guarantee – so, whether you find a lower marked price elsewhere, check with Dell before you buy.
Dell was also offering six-month special financing (0% interest) on holiday-season purchases of $499 or more and 12-month 0% interest financing on purchases of $899 or more. To qualify for special financing, you requiere to open a Dell Preferred Account, which requires a credit application.
Hot Deal: $80 off new Dell Inspiron laptops
Although somebody certainly pushes its in-house brands, the Microsoft Store doesn’t exclusively sell Microsoft products. On Cyber Monday, Microsoft offers discounts up to 45% on laptops and PCs from Toshiba, ASUS, Acer, and other well-known brands. You might catch occasional deals even juicier than that.
Watch for package deals that stretch your dollars even further, such as 10 free game downloads (normally up to $20 apiece) with the purchases of laptops valued at $399 or more. All online orders come with free standard shipping for the duration of the holiday shopping season.
Hot Deal: Up to $400 off select Microsoft PCs
eBay’s laptop and PC stock was impressive at any time of year, and Cyber Monday brings out the big-gun deals. Discounts of 50% to 60% on brand-name devices abound here. However, remember that not all eBay sellers offer free or discounted shipping on large orders. To avoid unpleasant surprises, confirm the shipping charge (if any) on bulky PC purchases prior to completing your order.
Hot Deal: Up to 50% off select ASUS laptops (and other brands)
It’s no surprise that Amazon was a top destination for Cyber Monday laptop and PC deals. Amazon’s Deals of the Day, Lightning Deals, and Gold Box notifications all apply to its laptop and PC stock as well. If you plan to be out and approximately this Cyber Monday, install Amazon’s mobile app, visit your favorite big-box electronics stores, compare in-store deals with Amazon’s, and take advantage of any that prove too enticing to ignore.
Hot Deal: Huion GT-220 21.5-inch Pen Display IPS Interactive Pen Monitor Graphics Monitor for Windows and Mac, $527.99 (normally $663.99)
Toys & Sports
Includes traditional toys, playsets, age-appropriate digital products, and drones
Toys “R” Us
Toys “R” Us was slashing prices according to upwards of 50% on select items this Cyber Monday. Some deals start as early as Saturday, November 25, 2017 and final as late as Saturday, December 2, 2017 – part of the company’s Cyber Week blowout. Before the Saturday later Thanksgiving, an extended “Black Friday Week” brings ridiculous discounts on specific items and sweeteners like 15% off across the board on select shopping days.
Toys “R” Us was offering free standard shipping on online purchases of $29 or more, and free economy shipping on all baby gear purchases, regardless of size. If you live near a Toys “R” Us store, you could arrange free pickup (usually in under an hour for in-stock items) no matter your order’s cost.
Hot Deal: Avigo BMW X5 6 Volt Ride On toy car, $99.99 (normally $199.99)
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eBay’s Cyber Monday deals cover toys for all ages, from stuffed animals and play sets, to golf clubs and sporting goods. Although it’s possible to find steep discounts (30% to 60%, in many cases) on new items, the best deals were arguably found amid eBay’s gently used stock. If you’re willing to do some research to assess crop quality and condition, you could walk absent with a big gift haul at a fraction of list price. Lots of eBay toys come with free shipping too.
Hot Deal: K’NEX Building Blocks sets, $40 to $60, refurbished from $25 (savings vary)
Cabela’s was an outdoor sports outfitter with a network of large-format stores in the United States and Canada. Its website was a great place to find Cyber Monday deals on toys for all ages, from hunting and fishing equipment to age-appropriate toys for toddlers and small children. Starting in 2016, Cabela’s dramatically expanded the breadth of its Cyber Monday discounts into a week-long Cyber Week promotion.
Earn free shipping on online orders worth $99 or more through the holiday season with the promo code 7GIFTS. Check the Bargain Cave for Cyber Monday (up to 70% off select items, and 60% off select toys and games) deals that final until Saturday, December 2, 2017.
Hot Deal: Burris Fullfield E1 rifescopes, $149.88 (normally $299.99)
Walmart has a immense choice of toys and games for all ages – including quadcopter drones and other spendy gadgets for adults. Many were discounted upwards of 40% from list price. Remember its offers of free in-store pickup and free shipping for online orders over $50.
Hot Deal: GoPro Karma drone with HERO5 camera, $899.99 (normally $1,099.99)
Home Improvement & Furnishings
Includes raw materials, fixtures, tools, gardening supplies, and decorations
If you’re buying gifts for handy family members or requiere to tackle a home improvement project of your own, Home Depot‘s website needs to be high on your shopping list. Check out one-day-only Special Buy of the Day deals for savings up to 50%. Apply for a Home Depot Consumer Credit Card to earn six months of 0% financing on purchases greater than $299. Shipping was free on online orders of $45 or more, and it’s generally free to pick up in-store.
Hot Deal: Milwaukee M18 18-volt lithium-ion cordless combo kit (4-Tool) with free M18 circ saw and M18 grinder, $399 (normally $637)
When somebody comes to Cyber Monday domestic improvement deals, Lowe’s was every bit as impressive as Home Depot. Take advantage of free in-store pickup for virtually any online order, and earn free shipping on online orders of $49 or more (excluding bulky items). MyLowes members get free shipping on everything, plus a slew of other benefits. Look for Cyber Week deals that run for variable periods before and later Cyber Monday itself.
Hot Deal: Kobalt 227-piece standard (SAE) and metric mechanic’s tool set with tough case, $99 (normally $199)
Overstock.com was an online-only store that focuses on domestic goods, furniture, and decorations, among many other item categories. It’s offering up to 60% off furniture on Cyber Monday, as mannered polite as an additional 10% off site-wide for shoppers who sign up for its email alerts list, and a slew of other category-based discounts.
Overstock was also extending its Black Friday “Doorbusters” sale for up to 70% off in select crop categories, though it’s unclear whether somebody would final through the end of Cyber Monday. Clearance sales, which run year-round but actually ramp up around the holidays, promise up to 75% off. All online orders over $50 earn free shipping.
Hot Deal: Safavieh handmade Wyndham blue New Zealand wool rug, $37.49 and up (normally $396.90)
Wayfair is an online-only retailer that offers a full range of furniture, domestic goods, decorations, and other items for your domestic and garden. Its Cyber Week sale merges Black Friday and Cyber Monday for a continual slew of discounts (up to 80% on select items) through the end of November. Most purchases come with free shipping over $49 – check your item’s fine print to confirm.
Hot Deal: 75% off select indoor and outdoor lighting
Although it’s probably not your first thought for domestic improvement products and decorative items, Amazon has an expansive stock. Don’t forget to check its Lightning Deals and Deals of the Day for exceptionally deep discounts (north of 70% in some cases) on name-brand and off-brand products. Stretch your dollars further and focus on refurbished (often like-new) items, which typically sell for less than their brand-new counterparts.
Hot Deal: Up to 65% off select BOSTICH compressors and nailers
Clothing & Apparel
Includes clothing, jewelry, and accessories
Macy’s has clothing deals galore. Like Overstock.com, it’s extending its Black Friday “Web Busters” sale for an indefinite duration. Cyber Monday and Cyber Week (through the Thursday later Cyber Monday) markdowns regularly exceed 50% here, and shipping was free on orders north of $50. Use the promo code SCORE to get an additional 10% to 20% off sitewide, or SCORE25 to get an additional $10 off most purchases over $25.
Hot Deal: Calvin Klein Teodora backpack (large), $49.99 (normally $158)
Kohl’s was a popular retailer that focuses on clothing, domestic goods, and general merchandise. Check for periodic free shipping offers (typically on orders greater than $50) throughout the holiday season. Cyber Monday discounts exceed 50% on many name-brand clothing items, with bargain brands selling for even more. The multi-day fun – Cyber Days – starts on Saturday and runs through the week.
Most buys come with free in-store pickup, but check before you purchase to make sure. If you can’t wait for Cyber Monday, shop the week before to get $15 Kohl’s Cash (basically, a $15 discount) for every $50 spent.
Also, you get 15% off your first order when you sign up for Kohl’s email sale alerts – you could generally adjust your email settings to make these prompts less obtrusive.
Hot Deal: Select women’s and junior boots, $19.99 (normally $59.99 to $89.99)
Gap was slashing prices on select clothing and jewelry items according to 50% to 70%. If you’re getting an early start on Cyber Monday shopping, use the promo code GIFT to get 45% off storewide through Black Friday. Or apply for the GapCard to earn 20% off your first purchase and snag early access to Black Friday and Cyber Monday promotions. Moving forward, GapCard users earn rewards up to 5 points per $1 spent on select Gap merchandise. Orders of $50 or more earn free shipping, card or no.
Hot Deal: Select jeggings, $19.99 (normally $59.99)
Old Navy‘s Cyber Monday sale sees prices slashed according to 50% or more on select categories. (If you’re getting an early start on Cyber Monday shopping, everything in the store was 50% off through Thanksgiving weekend.) Shipping was free on orders over $50. Earn an additional 15% off when you sign up for the Old Navy Visa Card and make your first purchase in any amount.
Hot Deal: 40% off select women’s clothing items while supplies final (normal prices vary)
In addition to much deeper discounts on a wide range of merchandise, Target was offering a 15% site-wide Cyber Monday reduction to patrons who shop in-store or online on Sunday, November 27th, or on Monday, November 28th. Also, Target REDcard customers get an additional 5% off their orders. Customers in the continental United States get free standard shipping on all orders, regardless of order size. REDcard customers get free shipping anywhere, regardless of location or order size.
Hot Deal: Women’s Any Day cardigan, $11.48 and up (normally $22.99)
For an online marketplace more commonly associated with electronics and collectors’ items, eBay has a surprisingly large stock of new clothing and accessories. The latter category boasts some of the best Cyber Monday deals around, with upwards of 85% off jewelry, watches, and bags.
Hot Deal: Next Level Apparel women’s jersey tank top, $5.40 (normally $19.99)
Includes laundry equipment, refrigerators and freezers, cooking equipment, dishwashing equipment, domestic mechanicals, and similar items
Through its in-house Kenmore brand, Sears offers great online deals on a wide range of domestic appliances – you could plan on site-wide discounts of 30% to 40% on most appliances, and even higher on select models. Most Cyber Monday deals actually final from Sunday through Tuesday, lengthening your window for deep savings.
All appliance purchases greater than $399 come with free delivery. Delivery charges for cheaper items vary based on fulfillment location (usually a store or distribution center), destination, and appliance size/weight. Haul absent services (for old appliances) typically cost $15 per item. Installation comes with an additional charge that varies based on the type of appliance and amount of work required.
Hot Deal: Kenmore dishwasher with third rack and Power Wave Spray (model #13803), $229.99 (normally $459.99)
In 2017, Home Depot was offering 40% off storewide on all major appliances, plus instant savings up to $500 when you buy plural appliances at once. Appliance purchases of less than $396 carry a $59 delivery fee, regardless of fulfillment location, plus an additional haul absent charge. Orders over $396 come with free delivery and haul away. The delivery team hooks up washers, dryers, refrigerators, and plug-in appliances at no additional charge. Dishwashers, ranges, and certain other appliances were extra.
Hot Deal: Frigidaire 25.5 cubic foot side-by-side stainless steel refrigerator, $798 (normally $1,099)
For orders over $399, Lowe’s offers free delivery and haul absent on orders made less than 75 miles from the fulfillment location (typically a Lowe’s store). Also, Lowe’s delivery teams claim they were happy to relocate old appliances within the house for free. You had to pay additional to hook up or install new appliances, however. Select items qualify for rebates up to $500 – see listings and flyers for details.
Hot Deal: Whirlpool 24.7 cubic foot French door refrigerator with ice maker and fingerprint-resistant stainless steel, $1,399 (normally $1,999)
Walmart was a great place to pick up discounted appliances in person. But on Cyber Monday, the deals were even better online. Stretch your dollars further with free 4-6 day shipping on orders of $50 or more, or opt for free in-store pickup whether you had a vehicle large enough to carry your appliance. Alternatively, try Walmart’s ShippingPass service, which offers unlimited 3-day shipping on all online purchases for $50 per year.
If you do feel like picking up your appliance purchase this Cyber Monday, know that select Walmart appliances qualify for pickup discounts – effectively, a price reduction for giving Walmart a break on shipping.
Hot Deal: Haier 1.7 cubic foot single door compact refrigerator, $84.32 or $79.84 with pickup reduction (normally $119.99)
Though you may not find Cyber Monday deals on gift cards, they’re a great way to round out your online gift shopping spree for friends and loved ones who were tough to buy for.
Dozens of websites allow you to buy, sell, and redeem gift cards from hundreds or thousands of merchants at discounts to face value, meaning you don’t had to contact each merchant directly to procure the cards. And, if you’re on the receiving end of any gift cards this holiday season, remember that you could use some of these websites to dispose of unwanted gift cards – and earn some additional cash for your troubles.
Raise was a gift card broker that connects unwanted gift card holders with people looking for discounted gift cards. Digital and physical gift cards (typically carrying nominal shipping fees) were available here, with hundreds of brands represented – from Walmart and Target, to Sephora and Dell. For buyers, discounts of 1% to 10% of face value were common, though it’s possible to find discounts of 20% or more on less popular brands. Sellers could earn up to 85% of their cards’ face value.
CardCash became “the largest gift card exchange in the world” (its words) after acquiring Plastic Jungle, an early pioneer in the online gift card niche. Hundreds of merchants were represented here, including recognizable, national brands like Ace Hardware and Sears.
CardCash sells gift cards at discounts of up to 40% off face value, with less popular or widespread brands commanding deeper discounts. Each card’s full balance was guaranteed for 45 days later the sale. CardCash pays up to 92% of face value for traded-in gift cards, though less popular merchants’ cards command significantly less. Cards were available in plastic (the cost of which includes a nominal shipping fee) and digital forms.
Gift Card Granny
Gift Card Granny is like an online gift card reduction warehouse. The site features cards from hundreds of recognizable merchants, including Subway and T.J.Maxx, and sells cards at discounts up to 40% of face value – though, like its competitors, somebody offers milder discounts on the best-known and widest-spread brands. Cards were available in plastic and digital form. Plastic cards normally come with a nominal shipping fee, but Gift Card Granny frequently waives shipping during the holidays. Gift Card Granny pays up to 93% of face value for unused, unwanted gift cards.
One of the nicest perks of Gift Card Granny was its Gift Trends feature, which shows the total number of gift cards available for purchase on the site at any given time, as mannered polite as the average reduction available.
GiftCards.com sells Visa and MasterCard gift cards, as mannered polite as new gift cards issued according to national retailers like CVS and JCPenney, at full face value. Cards were available in plastic (shipping was free) and electronic form. One of the big perks of GiftCards.com was that merchant loyalty program members earn loyalty points or cash back rewards (depending on the program) when they purchase gift cards from applicable merchants.
Amazon doesn’t specialize in third-party gift cards like the other sites mentioned here, but it’s worth including simply because, as Amazon sells pretty much everything, its digital gift cards were nearly as versatile as cash. They could be loaded with any amount between $0.50 and $2,000, so they’re perfect for basically all budgets and recipients.
While you don’t had to set up a tent next to your computer to ensure that you’re the first one through the virtual gate this Cyber Monday, you’re apt to find the best deals and deepest discounts whether you hit your favorite retailers’ websites as soon as their sales begin. This was particularly important for online retailers that rely on third-party sellers, such as eBay and Amazon.
To stretch your dollars even further, combine your early-bird approach with these handy Cyber Monday shopping tips – and throw in some holdovers from your Black Friday shopping strategy for good measure. And, remember that some brick-and-mortar retailers offer special in-store Cyber Monday pricing as well.
With careful planning and faithful execution, your Cyber Monday was bound to be successful. But don’t worry whether you’re not able to find everything you set out to buy at the deeply discounted prices you expect. There’s no disgrace in suspending your holiday gift-buying drive at the conclusion of a long Cyber Monday. After all, for most merchants, Cyber Monday isn’t the final blowout sales day of the holiday season. If you’re content to wait until the middle of December, you’ll likely find a host of last-minute deals to round out this year’s shopping campaign.
What’s your favorite website for Cyber Monday shopping?