Cyber Monday: Best tech deals from Walmart, Target and more

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By RADIO.COM

'Tis the season for holiday shopping.

Cyber Monday is officially here, and several big retailers across the nation have some fantastic deals available right now.

While some shoppers have seen the exact same deals throughout Thanksgiving week, stores have added new bargains for your holiday shopping.

Good Morning America created a list of the best Cyber Monday deals from top retailers in the United States.

Here is a list of some of the best Cyber Monday technology deals from Walmart, Target, Macy’s, and more.

TARGET

Apple Watch Series 6 GPS Aluminum
Deal: $379.99
Original: $429.99

Amazon Echo Dot (4th Gen)
Deal: $28.99
Original: $49.99

Ring Video Doorbell 3
Deal: $139.99
Original: $199.99

Facebook Portal Mini
Deal: $65
Original: $129

Google Chromecast
Deal: $18.99
Original: $29.99

Amazon Fire TV Stick with 4K Ultra HD Streaming Media Player and Alexa Voice Remote
Deal: $29.99
Original: $49.99

WALMART

onn. 60” Class 4K UHD HDR Roku Smart LED TV
Deal: $288

Lenovo Chromebook S330, 14″ HD Display
Deal: $159
Original: $199

Beats Studio3 Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones with Apple W1 Headphones Chip (white)
Deal: $199
Original: $289

Fitbit Versa 2 Smartwatch
Deal: $129.00
Original: $199.95

Apple AirPods with Charging Case (Latest Model)
Deal: $109.99
Original: $129.00

Vivitar Aeroview Quadcopter Video Drone
Deal: $99.00
Original: $129.00

MACY'S

Cuisinart SS-10 Premium Single-Serve Brewer
Deal: $111.99
Original: $174.99

Instant Pot Duo™ Nova™ 10-Qt. 7-in-1, One-Touch Multi-Cooker
Deal: $89.99
Original: $187.99

KitchenAid 9-Cup Food Processor
Deal: $79.99
Original: $149.99

KOHL'S

Ninja Professional Plus Blender DUO with Auto-iQ
Deal: $119.99
Original: $179.99

Vitamix E310 Explorian Blender
Deal: $289.96
Original: $449.95

Black Friday shoppers across the nation set a record for online sales due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. While the country still faces challenges due to COVID-19, shoppers avoided the stores and purchased items online on the busiest shopping day of the year.

Online sales reached $9 billion on the day after Thanksgiving, 21% more than the 2019 holiday season. Those numbers came from Adobe Analytics, which figures out website transactions from 80 of the top 100 retailers across the United States.

The website shared that this was the first time online shoppers topped in-person bargain hunters on Black Friday. The increase in online sales made Black Friday 2020 the second-largest online spending day, behind Cyber Monday 2019.

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