We're just days away from two of the biggest shopping days of the year... Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Since Cyber Monday debuted 5 years ago, it's become one of the hottest days to shop. A lot of people don't like fighting the crowds, so they shop online instead. Here are some tips to find those great deals with a click of a mouse.
Pay attention to extra costs. Shipping, handling and taxes can easily double the cost of an inexpensive holiday gift.
Don't get sidetracked by things you don't need. You won't save money buying stuff you'll never use.
Use the wisdom of crowds. Check out bargain message boards like Slickdeals.net and FatWallet.com. Sometimes posters will comment that there's a better deal for a product at another site or how to get an additional 10% off.
By one estimate, online shoppers spent about $900 million on Cyber Monday last year. And there's no indication it'll be any less this year. If you're one of those shoppers, make sure you have a plan of attack to save money.
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