Now that Black Friday has passed, retailers are promoting their massive Cyber Monday deals to keep their holiday sales going.
Walmart will be offering huge deals on products ranging from HDTVs to electrical toothbrushes. The sales will start Nov. 27 and run through Dec. 2.
Some of the specials include the Xbox 360 Holiday Gamer Bundle for under $320, the Toshiba 32-inch LCD HDTV for under $250, and the Fuji Finepix AX330 Camera Bundle for under $60.
Walmart will sell Oral B Electric Toothbrush with bonus Crest 3-D Whitestrips for under $40. The Tramontina Dutch Oven will also go for under $40.
Toys R Us and Target will also have massive online sales.
Toys R Us will offer a free game, controller or headset with the purchase of Xbox 360 with Kinect for $299.99. All transformers action figures will be sold at a 25 percent discount.
Target is selling select movies for just $3.99. The retailer will also take 30 percent off select electronics and up to 50 percent off toys.
The New York Times will have a deal on their online subscriptions. The newspaper is offering new customers 50 percent off a 26-week subscription of its digital subscription package, and 50 percent will also be taken off 12- and 26-week gift subscriptions.
Cyber Monday shopping can be done right from the comfort of a home or office.
Some Black Friday events turned violent yesterday.
A woman in a California used pepper spray on her fellow shoppers to get the best deals. Twenty people were treated for minor injuries in the attack.
In the Bay Area of California, a man was shot when he refused to give up his newly bought Black Friday items. He is in critical but stable condition.
A Shop.org survey found that almost 76 million shoppers would shop from an office on Cyber Monday.