5 Cyber Monday websites for finding great deals

By Ian Paul, PC World |  Internet, Cyber Monday, ecommerce

If you missed out on all the shopping deals on Black Friday, don't sweat it because more deals are coming your way, thanks to the National Retail Federation's annual Cyber Monday promotional event.

It's just in time, too, as 106 million Americans are expected to rack up their credit cards shopping online Monday, according to a recent survey by the NRF. Interestingly, the NRF believes 7 million shoppers will be buying from their mobile phones this year--compared to 4 million who shopped from their mobile devices in 2009.

To help you spend those holiday dollars, the NRF says 88% of online retailers plan to offer Cyber Monday discounts and free shipping this year.

But with so many sites offering deals, how do you know where to start? The first thing you can do is check out the list below for the top five online resources for Cyber Monday deals. I've compiled a list of deal aggregators, coupon sites, and even a few major retailers you should keep your eye on throughout the day.

Also, be sure to check back early Monday for my list of the 20 hottest Cyber Monday Deals for 2010.

In the meantime, here's a look at some of the best references to kick off your online shopping extravaganza.

CyberMonday.com

Powered by Shop.org, the digital division of the NRF, CyberMonday.com is a top source for Cyber Monday deals from more than 700 retailers. The site's home page features links to Cyber Monday pages for major online stores such as Dell, Staples.com, and Apple.com. There's also a collection of coupon code deals from shops such as the Nike Store and Williams Sonoma. You can also find some of the top individual product deals such as a 46-inch 3D HDTV and a PS3 console for $1699 at the Sony Store.

If you want to shop by product category, CyberMonday.com has you covered. You may also want to follow the site on Facebook and Twitter to stay current on the latest Cyber Monday deals.

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