For the millions of shoppers who didn’t head to WalMart, Best Buy or Target at 5 a.m. on Black Friday this year, Cyber Monday presents another opportunity to grab the latest deals. Websites including PriceSpider.com, Price Grabberand Shop Local are giving shoppers a preview of Cyber Monday specials as the countdown to midnight on November 30 begins. Shoppers can log onto these sites at the stroke of midnight on Cyber Monday to be first in the virtual lines of pouplar stores offering online-only specials throughout the day.
PriceSpider.com Lures Shoppers Hunting for Electronics Deals
PriceSpider.com is one of the latest comparison shopping sites that makes the venture into online shopping much easier. Instead of visiting stores such as Target, The Apple Store and Amazon.com independently, this site works as an aggregator to display all of the deals available form each site, along with a ‘Deal Score’ that allows users to see what others thought of the deal. However, PriceSpider.com is focused strictly on electronics so shoppers will need to set their sights on other websites as early on Cyber Monday as possible.
ShopLocal.com Features Cyber Monday Deals and Rebates
Shoppers interested in picking up the Cyber Monday deals on clothing, flowers, health and beauty products, and household items can turn to sites such as ShopLocal.com. ShopLocal displays local circulars and newspaper ads so that shoppers can browse all of the latest deals in their area without picking up the newspaper. Cyber Monday deals are typically posted on the site on the Sunday prior, and retailers include Walgreens, Kohl’s, Office Depot an Lowe’s amongst others.
Pricegrabber and PriceProtectr – More Options for Cyber Monday Shopping
Another popular Cyber Monday shopping site is PriceGrabber.com, a site that includes reviews and ratings, rebates, merchant coupons and a listing of Black Friday deals that are still available form select retailers. The site is updated frequently throughout the day to show the most viewed products, along with an alert system that allows shoppers to receive an e-mail when the price drops.
And the shoppers who missed the savings entirely can still cash in on their purchases with sites like PriceProtectr. This site allows shoppers to list the items purchased and receive an e-mail if the price drops within the price protection policy period of the store. Price Protectr also offers a Firefox toolbar so that shoppers can get into the habit of loading their purchases into the system and saving money well after the purchase.