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Cyber Monday 2016: Best deals from Apple, Amazon, Best Buy, Microsoft and more
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Cyber Monday 2016: Best deals from Apple, Amazon, Best Buy, Microsoft and more

Cyber Monday 2016: Best deals from Apple, Amazon, Best Buy, Microsoft and more
In this Dec. 1, 2014 photo, Teresa Clark fills an order at the Amazon fulfillment center on Cyber Monday, in Lebanon, Tenn. Retailers have been pushing back shipping deadlines and extending free shipping offers, putting more pressure package carriers. Amazon extended its free-shipping deadline by one day to Dec. 19. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)

Cyber Monday 2016: Best deals from Apple, Amazon, Best Buy, Microsoft and more

It started out in 2005 as a day of online shopping – from your desk at work – on the Monday following the Thanksgiving weekend. From then, it has grown from a day of hoping the boss doesn’t catch you as you sneak a bargain, to a full week or more of deals on TVs, computers, toys and tech.

Here are a few of the most popular deals from online and brick-and-mortar stores.

Overall discounts

• Kohls is offering a 20 percent discount on in-store and online purchases from Nov. 26-30. Click here for the coupon you must use for the discount.

• Target is offering a 15 percent discount store-wide (and online), with some exceptions. 

• If you are an Amazon Prime member, you get free two-day shipping on purchases. If you are not a member, you can used this free 30-day Prime trial.

Apple deals

• Best Buy is offering a free gift card worth up to $250 with every iPhone 7 (256GB) and $100 gift card on the 32/128GB Sprint, AT&T and Verizon versions of the phone that was released earlier this fall

• Best Buy also has the Apple MacBook Pro 2016 (13-inch) for $1,399. The MacBook Air 2015 at Target is $999, and the iPad Air 2 for $274

• Target has the iPad Pro 9.7-inch for $449 for the 32GB, $549 for the 128 GB and $649 for the 256 GB

• Target is offering discounts ranging from $150-250 on the iPad Pro 9.7-inch 32GB (available at $449), 128GB (available at $549) and 256GB (available at $649).

• Walmart has a deal on the iPhone 5S (16GB 4G LTE) for $149 with a Straight Talk prepaid deal

Televisions

• Best Buy: Vizio 60-inch 4K Ultra HD LED with built in Chromecast, $600

• Best Buy: LG 55-inch 4K Ultra HD TV, $500

• Dell: Vizio 50-inch 4K Smart Ultra HDTV+ Free Logitech Harmony 650 Universal Remote, $400

• Walmart: Samsung 65-inch 4K Ultra Smart HD TV, $998

• Best Buy: Sony 65-inch 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR, $1,400

Gaming

• Microsoft: Xbox One S Console Bundles  $249

• Dell: PlayStation 4 Slim 500 GB Uncharted 4 Bundle w/ NBA 2K17 + $25 Dell Promo eGift Card, $280

• Amazon: Razer Leviathan Wireless Soundbar $140

• Amazon: Dual Shock 4 Wireless Controller for Sony PS4, $39

• Microsoft: HTC Vive + $100 Microsoft Gift Card, $699

• Walmart: PlayStation 3 - 500GB Console, $149

Toys  

• Amazon: Sphero Star Wars BB-8 Droid, $99

• Toys R Us: National Geographic Channel Brain Games, $15.99

• Walmart: Shopkins Shoppies Gemma Stone, $20

• Walmart: FurReal Friends Torch, My Blazin' Dragon, $59

Tech

• Samsung: Samsung Galaxy S7 edge or Galaxy S7, free Gear VR, $250 eCertificate, and $50 in the Oculus store, $770 

• Amazon: Amazon Kindle (with special offers), $50

• Amazon: Amazon Kindle Paperwhite (with special offers), $100

• Amazon: Amazon Kindle for Kids bundle, $70

• Staples: Google Chromecast, $25

• Kolhs: Fitbit Charge 2 Heart Rate Activity Tracker, $129.99

• Staples: Dream Vision Virtual Reality Headset with Retractable Earbuds, $14.99

• Newegg: Pebble Time Round Smartwatch, $114.99

Computers

• HP: HP ENVY Laptop - 17t touch, starting at $899.99

• Microsoft: Microsoft Surface Pro 4 i5 256GB and Surface Pro Type Cover, $999   

• Best Buy: Samsung - 11.6" Chromebook 3 - Intel Celeron - 4GB Memory - 16GB eMMC flash memory - Black, $139

• Dell: UltraSharp 24 Monitor, $179

• Walmart: Dell Inspiron 15 Gaming Edition, $999  

• Staples: Lenovo ThinkStation N42 14" Notebook, $221.19

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