Cyber Monday is a little more than a week away and online retailers are promising the kind of doorbuster sales typically seen on Black Friday.
Jori Hogg from Green said she’ll wait to see what Cyber Monday has to offer before finishing her holiday shopping in the stores.
“Some of the deals are really amazing,” said the mother of three. “Last year I think I did 75% of my shopping online.”
Target is promising fantastic Cyber Monday deals just as all major retailers are, but so are online retailers like iShopCuyahoga.com, iShopSummit.com and iShopStark.com.
“You’ll find gift cards from local businesses, over 300 of them at 50% to 90% off on Cyber Monday,” said Marc Albert, founder of the online discount site.
Albert said visitors to his websites would be treated to extra savings beginning at 12:01 a.m. on the big day.
One dollar gift cards will be sold during the first hour of the morning.
“It gives the consumers an opportunity to get online, and find gift cards ranging anywhere in value from $10 to $50 and they can get them for a dollar,” said Albert.
Happy holidays! Albert said shipping and handling will be free of charge.