Black Friday not enough for you? Well there’s still Cyber Monday to look forward to.
Like Black Friday, Cyber Monday is essentially a marketing tool designed to supercharge one of the most rabid shopping days of the year.
Monday 2 December is predicted to be the busiest online shopping day ever. And with the help of these deals, it probably will be.
Check out our best Black Friday deals feature
AmazonAlthough it is one of the most active Black Friday sales spots, Amazon is also planning on going big for Cyber Monday. It’ll hold a full week of special sales and price drops, designed to get you doing all your Christmas shopping at the online giant. It’ll probably work pretty well too, given how many people are currently hooked to the site’s Lightning deals.
However, we're still looking for confirmation of the scope of the deals in the UK - only US activity has been officially announced so far. We’ll be back with more info on what to expect as we get hold of it.
Google PlayThere are numerous Cyber Monday-based sales on the Google Play Android app store. Notable picks include Bard’s Tale at 61p and Need for Speed Most Wanted at £1.49. Other good games to check out include –
Order & Chaos Online
HP OnlineThe online HP store is offering 15 per cent off all orders, with a max spend of £2000. You can use the code from 5pm on Sunday, 1 December. The code? HP15OFF.
Xbox Live game storeXbox Live offers a pretty rubbish Black Friday sale, but the Cyber Monday sale on 2 December is actually pretty hot. According to reports online, the line-up is as follows -
BattleBlock Theater - £3.37
Dark Souls - £3.75
Far Cry Blood Dragon - £2.50
Fast and Furious: Showdown - £7.50
L.A. Noire - £5
Men in Black: Alien Crisis - £5
Rayman Origins - £7.50
Red Dead Redemption - £5
The Witcher 2 - £5
Tesco DirectTesco is going to lump both its Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals into a big 4-day event it calls simply Cyberdeals. There’s a countdown clock at the time of writing on the Tesco Direct website.
The teaser for the sale promises ‘up to 50 per cent’ off, but exactly what will be included is not yet known. Tesco Direct offers a wide range of electronics, though, including cameras, TVs and tablets – and we expect most areas will be covered.
SteamThe Autumn sale over at Steam covers both Cyber Monday and Black Friday. It’s on now, and offers daily deals as well as quicker flash deals that are gone within a matter of hours. This is likely to be the last big Steam Sale before the obligatory Christmas splurge sale, so if you need some games for a long Christmas break, fill your boots.
Top current buys include Terraria for £1.49 and Skyrim for £3.74.
Seen other Cyber Monday deals we should check out? Let us know in the comments.
Next, read our best Black Friday deals round-up