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Looking for the best deals? Here’s where to look on Cyber Monday

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NEW YORK (CNN) – If you didn’t get everything on your shopping list on Black Friday, there is still a chance to get deals on Cyber Monday.

However, the online holiday is no longer a one-day event.

Target is advertising a “Cyber Week,” while Amazon is pulling in customers with its “Cyber Monday Deals Week.”

Best Buy has adopted the same ideal and dropped its time frame, calling its promotion “Cyber Savings.”

Walmart’s ‘Cyber Week’ started on Saturday with discounts up to 50 percent off on kitchen appliances and apparel.

Walmart is also allowing those who are conscious about their cyber security to pay in store with cash while ordering online.

Click here for the dos and don’ts of the shopping season.

Amazon launched its Cyber Monday event on Sunday and hopes to keep customers coming back throughout the week by revealing a new deal every 10 minutes.

Many customers are ready for the 50 percent discount on some LeapFrog learning toys, a 40-inch HD Sony television for under $300 and $50 off the Nest Learning Thermostat.

Televisions are also a big sale item at Best Buy and Target.

Best Buy is offering up to 30 percent off some models, while Target slashed prices on some and offered free gift cards with others.

Department stores and clothing retailers also offered deals like 40 percent off most items.

Sears offered up to 70 percent off some tools, 40 percent off televisions and 50 percent off clothes.

If you don’t need more things to fill up your home, a few hotels are also offering Cyber Monday deals.

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