Cyber Monday is renown for all the good deals you can find on electronics, but you can be even more financially sensible when you follow some tips.
- Compare prices
- Compare historical prices
- Use Slice to monitor price drops after your purchase
- Shop the right categories
- Clear browser history to keep prices even lower
Read up on all the details and tips at ABC.com: “Shoppers Look to Score More Deals on Cyber Monday”.
Amazon Prime Day is a yearly, one-day sale for July 12, 2016 only.
This Amazon Prime Day will reportedly have the biggest deals and largest selection of any previous Prime Day.
New deals will be offered as often as every 10 minutes, with the deals divvied up into three different categories:
- Prime Day Spotlight Deals – these will be available until stock runs out
- Amazon Deals – these have a set number of stock and a set amount of time at their deal price (and 30% of the deals will be from independent businesses)
- Prime Savings and Deals – these will run the whole day
Keep in mind that you must have an Amazon Prime account (or set up a free trial one) — and if you plan on continually checking the site, install their mobile app.
Read up on more to expect from Amazon Prime Day here.