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Cyber Monday lands on November 29 this year, but shoppers don’t need to wait until then to save.

Cyber Monday 2021, like Prime Day and Black Friday, is one of the most hotly anticipated shopping days of the year. Below, we provide answers to frequently asked questions regarding the huge deal holiday, plus the best discounts available right now.

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When is Cyber Monday?

Cyber Monday occurs the following Monday after Black Friday every year. In 2021, the online-heavy shopping event landed on Monday, November 29.

As a continuation of sorts to Black Friday, Cyber Monday gives shoppers another opportunity to save on tech, home goods, clothing, and more that you might’ve missed while digesting Thanksgiving dinner.

What time does Cyber Monday start?

Cyber Monday officially begins at 12 a.m. EST on Monday, November 29.

What is Cyber Monday?

Cyber Monday began as the online version of Black Friday, where online retailers offered big discounts to match their brick-and-mortar counterparts. Now, Cyber Monday is the biggest shopping day of the year, surpassing even Black Friday in terms of revenue and sales.

The “holiday” was created in 2005 as the online version of the brick-and-mortar-focused Black Friday. Previously, the main differentiation between Black Friday and Cyber Monday was that Black Friday focused on in-store sales and Cyber Monday on online sales. But as shopping habits have increasingly favored the internet, shoppers can look forward to a very online-focused Cyber Monday and Black Friday.

Cyber Monday offers a great opportunity to save on all your holiday gifts.

How long do Cyber Monday sales last?

Though Cyber Monday sales once only took place on Monday, we’ve seen them extend to longer and longer durations, with more than a few lasting until the rest of the week.

What’s better, Black Friday or Cyber Monday?

With most shoppers increasingly shopping online, the debate on which shopping holiday is particularly moot. Both events will be held predominantly online, and more than a few deals overlap. In fact, many Black Friday deals become Cyber Monday deals when the dates change.

If possible, shoppers should shop on both holidays. We’ve seen different products receive better discounts on each day, and the deals that each retailer offers will vary.

Generally speaking, consumers shopping for big-ticket items, such as laptops, TVs, and kitchen appliances, can expect more opportunities on Black Friday. But for shoppers looking for last year’s models, smart home gadgets, digital subscriptions, and gift cards will likely find more luck during Cyber Monday.

What should I buy during Cyber Monday?

If a retailer offers Black Friday deals, it’s a near guarantee that it will offer Cyber Monday deals, too. Amazon, Best Buy, Target, and Walmart are some noteworthy retailers that we know will participate in the shopping event.

We will likely see massive discounts on some of our favorite direct-to-consumer products during Cyber Monday, such as retail startups like Leesa and Brooklinen. For some, Cyber Monday (or Cyber Week) will be one of the few times of the year when their products see major markdowns.

Will there be Cyber Monday shipping delays?

Shipping delays and shopping holidays are inextricably linked, and this year will unlikely be any different. Experts suggest that consumers may see slower shipping speeds, during Cyber Monday, Black Friday, and the weeks following.

To help you avoid the shipping crunch and get your stuff sooner, several retailers, including Walmart, Target, and Best Buy, offer in-store pickup and contactless curbside pickup. This means shoppers can grab their orders at a nearby location, provided that the retailer has it in stock.

How we select the best Cyber Monday deals

  • We only choose products that meet our high standard of coverage, and that we’ve either used ourselves or researched carefully.
  • We will compare the prices among top retailers such as Amazon, Best Buy, Target, and Walmart and only include the deals that are better than all others offered (not including promotional discounts that come from using certain credit cards).
  • All deals will be at least 20% off, with the occasional exception for products that are rarely discounted or provide an outsized value.
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FedEx is limiting the number of items small businesses can ship during the pandemic-fueled holiday and retailers are calling it a ‘shipageddon’

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FedEx’s small business customers are facing daily shipping limits as low as 75 packages per day.

  • FedEx is placing daily package limits on some businesses as its shipping network faces capacity issues during the pandemic-fueled surge in online holiday shopping.
  • Carriers have taken similar steps before, but small business owners told Business Insider that FedEx hasn’t been transparent about the current wave of quotas, which have been as low as 75 packages per day and hit them right before Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
  • Shipping experts told Business Insider that smaller businesses are likely getting hit the hardest because of worse access to customer support, fewer resources to make alternative shipping arrangements, and less bargaining power with FedEx.
  • The pandemic has also forced UPS, Amazon, and other major carriers to impose restrictions on businesses and scramble to add capacity during what experts have called “shipageddon.”
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Like many e-commerce businesses, Letterfolk held its annual holiday sale early this year – the week before Black Friday – in an attempt to get customers’ orders to their doorsteps before the pandemic-fueled surge in online shopping overwhelmed mail carriers.

Letterfolk, which makes bespoke letter boards and other home decor and is based in Salt Lake City, Utah, has four full-time employees and five to 10 part-timers during peak season. But on the Saturday after its sale, co-founder Johnny Galbraith had gathered all hands on deck, even rounding up family and friends to help fulfill the flurry of orders.

“We were feeling great because we had done our holiday sale early, we had about 3,000 orders in the queue, and that was after already having shipped out a decent volume,” Galbraith said.

But when he got home Saturday night, Galbraith got a call from his FedEx representative, who told him Letterfolk would be capped at its September shipping levels plus an additional 10%.

“The math on that worked out to be 110 packages a day,” Galbraith said. That equaled out to less than 4% of the orders his company was waiting to ship that Saturday.

“We had been pretty loyal to FedEx, probably 75% of our shipping business has gone through them, the [remaining] balance going through USPS, and so we didn’t really have any contingency plans,” Galbraith said. He attempted to find a workaround, even offering to personally drive the packages more than 400 miles to larger FedEx hubs in Denver or Las Vegas, but was unsuccessful.

“I felt like this could really compromise our entire small business operation. We’ll lose the trust of our customers,” he said. “And then to apply it the week before Black Friday with no warning, it was just unbelievable. It was just crazy to have to adapt to that among all the other challenges that a year with COVID is presenting.”

‘Unprecedented surge’

Galbraith isn’t alone, either in being capped by FedEx this holiday season or in facing challenges getting clear answers from the company about the quotas.

Business owners from Portland, Oregon, to Toronto, Canada, told Business Insider they’ve faced daily limits of just a fraction of their expected shipping volume – in one case as low as 75 packages per day – and in some instances weren’t told about the limits by FedEx ahead of time.

“FedEx expected an unprecedented surge in packages during this season, and we implemented various measures proactively to prepare. This included hiring more than 70,000 seasonal workers, moving to seven-day operations and accelerating Sunday delivery capabilities, improving the efficiency of our delivery routes, and, as always, proactively working with our customers to understand their expected volume and identify opportunities to ensure the best possible service throughout the season,” FedEx spokesperson Janna Hughes told Business Insider in a statement.

“In some cases, volume has significantly exceeded customer projections. We know how important it is to our customers that their packages are delivered on time, and we remain committed to working with them on ways to leverage our network flexibility,” she added.

FedEx and other carriers have been forced to take extreme steps to prepare for the unprecedented holiday rush expected this year as COVID-19 exposure risks drive more shoppers online and more packages into carriers’ shipping networks.

Scott Wingo, co-founder of e-commerce software company ChannelAdvisor and the host of an e-commerce podcast, coined it “shipageddon.

According to analysis from eMarketer, online shopping is expected to grow 35.8% this year, and logistics data company ShipMatrix recently told the Wall Street Journal that, between Thanksgiving and Christmas, it expects there to be an excess of about 7 million packages per day that the shipping industry won’t have the capacity to ship.

Earlier this month, The Wall Street Journal reported that UPS imposed limits on major retailers, including Nike, Gap, L.L. Bean, Hot Topic, Newegg, and Macy’s. Last week, CNBC reported that Amazon had capped the number of products third-party sellers can ship to its warehouses, causing them to lose out on some holiday sales.

Jason Goldberg, chief strategist for RetailGeek and co-host of the podcast with Wingo, told Business Insider that, while carriers have rolled out package limits and higher rates in past years in response to increased shipping volumes, rarely did they actually refuse to pick up packages.

Another key difference with companies like Letterfolk, he said, is that while FedEx has conversations with larger retailers months in advance in order to estimate how much they’ll need to ship, many smaller businesses don’t have that level of access to FedEx or the leverage to negotiate better prices and quotas.

“Nike or Gap were not surprised in the slightest that they hit their caps… they knew what their cap was, they were informed well in advance,” he said. “It’s more likely to be a surprise for the smaller shipper.”

While it’s possible a particular business owner may have missed communication from FedEx about the caps, Goldberg said that multiple businesses in an e-commerce group he belongs to reported being blindsided by FedEx’s limits.

‘Caught us off guard’

That was the case for Second Closet, a Canada-based self-storage company that began using its warehouse space to help businesses fulfill their e-commerce orders during the pandemic.

“We found out one day, about a week before Black Friday Cyber Monday, that FedEx was going to cap us at 80 shipments a day,” Jarrett Stewart, senior operations manager at Second Closet, told Business Insider.

But Second Closet didn’t find out about its own quota directly from FedEx – it only learned about the new caps from one of its own merchants. That business had received an email from a FedEx representative with instructions not to send more than 80 packages per day on Cyber Monday and the day after.

“Basically, if you have 100 packages on Monday, please have the warehouse hold back 20 packages until the following day. The volumes in the network are extremely high at the moment and will get even more crazy over the next week, so we just need to manage capacity,” the FedEx rep said in the email, which was seen by Business Insider.

“Moving forward, I now have to submit and get approval when you are shipping 30 packages or more, which can take some time,” they added.

That email implied the caps might only apply during Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Stewart said. But that Thursday, the merchant received another email from FedEx asking the merchant to remind Second Closet about its daily limits after they shipped 135 packages on Wednesday, suggesting the caps had been extended.

“Caught us off guard, and it wasn’t for the lack of asking for a heads up,” Stewart said, adding that while FedEx had warned Second Closet about possible delays this holiday season, it provided nothing beyond “generic statements” when he asked about the caps.

As a result, Stewart said, Second Closet couldn’t “set expectations with merchants on a proactive basis,” and has had to issue refunds in some cases.

‘Highly chaotic and disorganized’

Multiple small business owners said they were similarly frustrated at the lack of clarity from FedEx around who would face shipping limits, how the limits were determined, how long they would be in place for, and whether they could help reduce some of the bottleneck by dropping off shipments at FedEx’s hubs.

“The little guys are complaining that it’s highly chaotic and disorganized and that no one’s taking their calls and they’re getting bad information… the communication is very spotty and ad hoc,” RetailGeek’s Goldberg said.

Read more: CEO of logistics startup that works with Sephora, Home Depot, and Levi’s explains why shipping updates are essential ‘even if it’s not good news’

Stewart said FedEx has not been as responsive as other carriers in answering his questions about peak season challenges, adding: “They will always point you towards their different phone numbers, to different emails for customer support, so it’s hard to have that one-to-one relationship with an account rep.”

“It’s really been inconsistent,” another business owner in Portland, Oregon, told Business Insider. “The day after Cyber Monday, they called and said we were capped at 150 units. We brought everything else to our FedEx hub, and they were okay with that. Then the word from our account manager was we’re capped at 150 unless there is more room in the truck.”

Several business owners said they also tried to bypass their shipping limits by dropping packages at FedEx’s distribution hubs, to varying degrees of success – but that also introduces other issues.

“There is a big loophole in this whole system… FedEx and UPS are not in the business of turning away packages,” Goldberg said, “so they don’t actually have a robust infrastructure to enforce those caps.”

“If you drive those packages to a distribution center or a FedEx store and drop them off, they’re highly unlikely to get refused because they don’t even get scanned when you drop them off… they’re going to get processed later,” he said. “A lot of small sellers have bypassed their caps by just finding some alternative way to get them into the network.”

‘A small guy can’t do that’

While FedEx declined to share details about how it determines daily limits, experts said smaller businesses are likely being hit the hardest.

“I’ve been particularly worried about the small merchant,” Wingo told Business Insider. “The problem is, they don’t have the ability to go and negotiate a quota.”

Larger businesses can, as part of larger conversations around things like exclusivity and shipping rates, also tell FedEx what they expect to ship and negotiate higher shipping limits.

“A small guy can’t do that. You just don’t have the financial leverage,” Wingo said.

“Think about who FedEx least wants to alienate for next year,” Goldberg said. “It’s a Walmart, right? It’s not the mom and pop shipper.”

Galbraith said he understood that dynamic, admitting Letterfolk is “a drip in the ocean of packages that FedEx is moving.” But, he added, “I was hoping to hear more from FedEx about this issue… to make sure that you’re not being singled out as a small business owner.”

“I understand if it was being applied consistently,” he continued. “But a couple hundred packages for a small business – it kneecaps everything that we’re doing. And so for us to come out of this and then give FedEx all of our business again… I just don’t see that happening.”

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The 180+ best holiday sales going on now include Brooklinen, Casper, Hydro Flask, and more

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Black Friday and Cyber Monday have come and gone, but retailers are still offering great discounts all month for the holiday season. Though they won’t be as good as the ones we saw during Cyber Week, there are still tons of deals from major players like Amazon, Walmart, Target, and Best Buy alongside retail startups we love, like Coop Home Goods and Gravity Blankets.

We’re keeping track of all the holiday sales, so you don’t have to. We’ve listed the best sales going on now below, and we’ll make updates as more go live. 

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Best big-box retailer sales

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  • Amazon: Save with new deals added every day. 
  • Bed Bath & Beyond: Get 20% off your entire order when you order online and choose contactless pickup at checkout.
  • Best Buy: Save on computers, TVs, gaming gear, and much more, with limited-time sales added every day.
  • JCPenney: Save an extra 30% with code 44MERRY through December 9.
  • Kohl’s: Get an extra 25% off with code FAMILYSAVE.
  • Lowe’s: Save with new deals released regularly on home decor, smart home tech, tools, and more.
  • Macy’s: Get 15% off beauty and an extra 25% off with code FRIEND.
  • Overstock: Save up to 70% sitewide with free shipping.
  • Petco: Save daily on pet essentials with new deals released regularly.
  • Staples: Save on gaming chairs, office chairs, computers, ink, toner, and more with new deals added regularly.
  • Target: Save big on tech, home goods, TVs, and more through with new deals added regularly. 
  • Walmart: Save on tech, home goods, and more with new deals added regularly.

Best tech sales

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  • Adorama: Save big on cameras, computers, and more.
  • B&H Photo: Save big on cameras, accessories, and other accessories.
  • Bose: Save on headphones, speakers, and more with new deals added regularly.
  • Dell: Save on Dell computers, TVs, gaming gear, and more with more new doorbusters being released daily at 8 a.m. ET. 
  • GoPro: Save $220 when you buy the Hero9 Black with a 1-year GoPro subscription.
  • HP: Save on HP laptops, PCs, and monitors with new deals added regularly.
  • LG: Save up to $500 on select sound bar and TV bundles through December 13. 
  • Microsoft: Select Surface devices are on sale now. 
  • PopSockets: Save during the 12 Days of Deals with a new sale every day.
  • Samsung: Save on Galaxy phones, Galaxy smartwatches, Galaxy Buds Live, TVs, gaming monitors, and more.
  • Speck: Take 25% off sitewide through December 13 at 11:59 p.m. PST.

Best home and kitchen sales

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  • 1-800-Flowers: Save 20% on select items with the code XMAS20.
  • Allswell: Take 15% off mattresses and 25% off everything else with code HOME4HOLIDAYS through December 22.
  • AJ Madison: Up to 50% off on appliances and more.
  • Anthropologie: Get 30% off all candles, pillows, and throws in-store and online.
  • Autonomous: Save up to 35% on select items.
  • Avocado: Get $200 off the latex mattress with code CYBER200 through December 14.
  • Baked by Melissa: Get 10% off holiday boxes and bundles.
  • Boll & Branch: Get 20% off sitewide with free shipping through December 9. 
  • Branch: Save up to 20% on home office furniture. 
  • Brooklinen: Get 20% off sitewide.
  • CB2: Save 50% off clearance.
  • The Company Store: Buy one, get one pillow free with code X20FREE.
  • Coop Home Goods: Save 10% sitewide with code JOLLY.
  • Copper Cow Coffee: Get 20% off pour-over advent calendars with code GIFT20.
  • Crowd Cow: Save up to 20% on different cuts of proteins. New members can also get free ground beef forever. 
  • Equal Parts: Take 20% off sitewide.
  • Favor: Save 25% with code FESTIVE.
  • Field Company: Save up to 40% off skillets. Buy one, get one half off with code BOGOHO. Buy two, get one free with code B2G1. Buy three, get two free with code B3G2.
  • Firstleaf: Get 50% off your first box.
  • Gravity Blankets: Save 30% sitewide with code HOLIDAY2020
  • Horchow: Get up to 30% off decor, rugs, and more.
  • Houzz: Get up to 75% off on select home decor products.
  • Hydro Flask: Save 25% off sitewide.
  • Industry West: Take 30% off sitewide with code HOLIDAY.
  • The Inside: Take 20% off sitewide.
  • Keurig: Get 50% off select coffee makers and save $6 on 2 boxes of pods with code MINUS6
  • Magnolia: Get 30% off candles and free shipping on orders $75+. 
  • Mark & Graham: Take up to 50% off select items, and an extra 30% of sale items with the code MERRY
  • Michaels: Save 20% on all regular price shopping with code 20MADEBYYOU through December 26, and take up to 70% off select items.
  • Miku: Save $50 on a Miku Smart Baby Monitor with free shipping starting November 25 using code CYBER50.
  • Minted: Get 25% off orders $200+; 20% off everything plus FREE shipping with code CM25.
  • Ninja Kitchen: Get 15% off orders $100+, 20% off orders $150+, or 10% off sitewide.
  • Otherland: Save up to 35% on all candles.  
  • Pottery Barn: Save up to 30% on gifts including candles, personalized frames, and more.
  • Pottery Barn Kids: Save up to 60%  with the code COZY.
  • Pottery Barn Teen: Save up to 50% and get free shipping with code MERRY.
  • Raymour & Flanigan: Save up to 20% in-store and online.
  • Rejuvenation: Save 20% on everything, save 25% on orders $1,500+. 
  • Shark: Save up to 20% on your order.
  • Society6: Save with flash deals added daily. 
  • Sur la Table: Get 20% off your order with code BOW20.
  • Treatlife: Save 20% on smart lighting products.
  • Veestro: Take 40% off with code CYBER.
  • Vitamix: Get 20% off full-size containers with code SAVE20.
  • Wayfair: Get up to 80% off home decor, furniture, bedding, kitchen appliances, and more— new deals are added every day. 
  • West Elm: Get up to 50% off everything with free shipping when you use code MERRY.
  • Williams Sonoma: Get an extra 20% off clearance with code EXTRA and free shipping on orders $79+ with code SHIP4FREE

Best mattress sales

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  • Allswell: Get 25% off bedding, bath, decor, and Littles, and 15% off mattresses (excluding the Allswell Mattress) through December 22.
  • Awara: Save $300 off any mattress, plus 25% off accessories.
  • Amerisleep: Save 30% on mattresses and get free pillows with the code CM30.
  • Bear: Get 20% off mattresses and a free gift set worth $250 with purchase.
  • Brooklyn Bedding: Get 20% off mattresses and 50% off sheets with code GIFT20 through December 15.
  • Casper: Get 10% off everything.
  • DreamCloud: Get a free set including two pillows, a mattress protector, and a luxury sheet set with any mattress purchase.
  • Eight Sleep: Get an extra $150 off  at checkout with code AFF150.
  • Helix: Get $200 off plus 2 Dream Pillows.
  • Layla: Save up to $200 on mattresses and get $300 worth of free accessories through November 30.
  • Leesa: Save up to $500 on Leesa mattresses and get two free pillows with purchase. 
  • Nectar: Get $399 worth of sleep accessories including a mattress protector, sheets set, and premium pillows with every mattress purchase.
  • Purple: Save up to $400 on a mattress + sleep bundle.
  • Saatva: Save $200 on any purchase of $1,000 or more through December 14.
  • Serta: Save up to $400 on an iComfort Mattress.
  • Tuft & Needle: Save $25 on orders $150+, $100 on orders $650+, and $175 on orders $1,050+ through December 27.

Best fashion and beauty sales

  • Adidas: Save up to 30% with code CELEBRATE.
  • Aldo: Get 30% off regular-priced boots and bags.
  • Allen Edmonds: Get sneakers for $199 with code SNEAKERS.
  • Alleyoop: Get 15% off items orders of 3 items or more and a free cosmetic bag with code BYOB.
  • Andrew Marc: Get an extra 35% off sitewide with code AMCYBER.
  • Banana Republic: Get up to 50% off sitewide with an extra 50% off sale styles.
  • BareMinerals: Get 20% off everything with code GIVEGOOD.
  • BeautyBio: Save during the 12 days of Blushmas starting December 4 with one-day-only deals.
  • Birchbox: Purchase a box and get a second one free plus $5 off with code EXTRAPLUS5
  • Bloomingdale’s: Get 25% off select items through December 14.
  • Blue Nile: Save up to 50% on gifts with code CYBER2020
  • Bombas: Save 20% off sitewide with the code CHEER20.
  • Bonobos: Get 40% off sitewide plus free shipping with code SLEIGHFUL.
  • Candid: Save $600 on treatment when you pre-purchase aligners.
  • Clarks: Save 50% on your entire purchase with code CYBER
  • Converse: Get 40% off select styles with code HOLIDAY40.
  • Cubcoats: Save up to 50% on certain designs. 
  • Dagne Dover: Take 20% off everything with the code SHINEBRIGHT at checkout.
  • DevaCurl: Save 30% sitewide plus a free full-size Melt Into Moisture treatment when you spend $65.
  • Everlane: Shop sale items and get free shipping on orders over $75.
  • Express: Get $100 off $250 with code 5488.
  • EyeBuyDirect: Buy one get one free plus 25% off your order with promo code CYBERSAVE.
  • Frank and Oak: Save 30% on everything with code CYBER30, plus 50% off lightning deals.
  • GlassesUSA: Save 65% off and get free shipping.
  • The Honest Company: Save 30% on almost everything with code BRIGHT30.
  • Indochino: Shop suits from $249 and take an extra $50 off orders over $399 with the code CYBER50.
  • Levi’s: Save 40% on everything with free shipping when you use code CYBER, plus take an extra 50% off sale items.
  • Maelove: Take 10% off your purchase of two items with promo code TEN or 20% off your purchase of three or more items (automatically applied at checkout).
  • M.M.LaFleur: Save during the Unprecedented Times sale.
  • Nordstrom: Find deep discounts up to 50% on women’smen’s, and kids’ clothingbeauty and fragrance, and home goods. Read our roundup of the best deals here.
  • Nike: Get up to 40% off sale styles.
  • Old Navy: Get up to 60% off select styles.
  • Outerknown: Get up to 60% on past-season favorites.
  • Pact: Get up to 40% off sitewide.
  • Parade: Take 30% off sitewide and get a free tiny scarf with purchase.
  • Pipette: Get 25% off sitewide with code CHEER with daily deals changing every day.
  • Primary: Get up to 40% off family pajamas.
  • Richer Poorer: Take 30% off sitewide and an additional 30% off sale items.
  • Ritani: Get $100 off a $3,000 diamond with code SAVE100.
  • Roots: Save 25% on almost everything now through November 30.
  • Sephora: Save during the month-long Sephorathon sale.
  • Senreve: Get 15% off with code GIVE15.
  • SmileDirectClub: Get an impression kit for $9 (normally $59) with code HOLIDAYGRINS. Return the kit for a full rebate and six months of free teeth whitening.
  • Soludos: Save 20% sitewide.
  • Sterling Forever: Save 35% sitewide, plus get free shipping with code CM35.
  • Stone and Strand: Get 10% off your order with code GIFT10, online only.
  • The Children’s Place: Save 60 to 70% off sitewide.
  • Toms: Save 35% sitewide.
  • Ulta: Get up to 50% off with Ulta’s Weekly Deals.
  • Uniqlo: Save on sweaters, Heattech innerwear, and more with select deals online only. 
  • United by Blue: Save an extra 50% on sale items with the code VERYMERRY.
  • Urban Outfitters: Get up to 40% off sweaters, hats, scarves, and women’s jackets.
  • Uniqlo: Save on apparel with the Uniqlo Cyber Week Deals.
  • Universal Standard: Buy one, get one for $1 loungewear.
  • Vida: Take 15% off sitewide with code JOYOFSMALL.
  • Yoox: Get up to 90% off.

Best outdoor and fitness sales

  • Arctic Cool: Save 25% sitewide with code CYBERSAVINGS25.
  • Gaiam: Get 30% off the Ultimate Balance Ball Chair with code DOTDCHAIR. Save with Gaiam Daily Deals.
  • Hydro Flask: Get 25% off sitewide.
  • Hyperice: Get $70 off select massage guns, $450 off Normatec recovery systems, and 30% off other recovery tech through November 30.
  • Mirror: Get $100 off a Mirror Package, free shipping, and installation with code HOLIDAY20.
  • REI: Save up to 40% during the Holiday Warm Up Sale through December 17.
  • Theragun: Save up to $150 on Theragun massagers. 

Best travel gear sales

  • Away: Get $125 the Weekend Set.
  • Herschel: Get up to 50% off sale styles.
  • Lo & Sons: Save up to 70% sitewide.
  • Monos: Get 30% off on all luggage and bags and 10% off everything else through December 25 with code HOLIDAY2020.
  • Tortuga: Save 20% when you spend $200 or more, 25% when you spend $300 or more, or 30% when you spend $500 or more through December 21.
  • Travelpro: Get 20% off sitewide during the Friends & Family sale.

Best toys, games, and collectible sales

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  • Buy Buy Baby: Save with Holiday Daily deals.
  • Crayola: Buy one get one 30% off all toys.
  • The Dough Project: Save 30% sitewide.
  • Fat Brain Toys: Save up to 70%.
  • GameStop: Take up to 50% off select Nintendo Switch games, and new deals are added every day.
  • HearthSong: Save 25% sitewide when you spend $75 with code CYBER, 15% when you spend $50 with code MONDAY, and 10% when you spend $35 with code SAVINGS.
  • KiwiCo: Get 50% off your first month with code JOYFUL.

Best e-learning sales

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  • Babbel: Save 35% off a three-month subscription, 45% off six months, and 55% off a year.
  • Codecademy: Get 25% off one year of Codecademy Pro with code CYBER25.
  • Coursera: Get a select course for free or the first month of a Coursera Plus subscription for free.
  • MasterClass: Get one annual membership, get a second one for free to give to someone else.
  • Rosetta Stone: You can get an annual subscription for $7.99 a month (one payment of $95.88) or a lifetime membership for $179 (usually $199).
  • Udemy: Get courses starting as low as $9.99.

Best sex toy sales

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  • Adam & Eve: Get 80% off on sale items across the site.
  • Babeland: Save during the 10 Days of Deals event.
  • Bellesa Boutique: Save 25% sitewide with code CYBERMONDAY
  • Ella Paradis: Save up to 80% with code CYBER.
  • Fun Factory: Save 25% sitewide and get a free mini vibrator with any Stronic purchase.
  • MysteryVibe: Save 30% off the Crescendo, Tenuto, or Poco. 
  • We-Vibe: Take 20% off bestsellers with code BF20.
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