Best of Cyber Monday: The deals, doorbusters you want to watch

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Amazon Fulfillment Center processed 426 orders per second on Cyber Monday, December, 1, 2014.

If you didn’t get all your Christmas shopping done on Black Friday, you have a chance to complete it all while saving a bit of money on Cyber Monday.

Many retailers are getting in on the action with Cyber Monday deals, including Walmart, Target and Best Buy.

Check out the list of best Cyber Monday deals and how to access them all day long:

Walmart has a wide variety of cyber deals.

Some of the biggest price markdowns are on electronic items like a Samsung LCD TV selling for $498, marked down from the list price of $700. There’s also a Samsung Galaxy smartphone for $99, down from $350, and a Dell laptop for $319, down from $449.

Walmart is also selling an Air Hogs Video Drone, which normally costs $109, for $75.

Best Buy will offer a fresh round of discounts daily through Dec. 5.

On Monday,  the site will post more than 50 one-day sales including: $100 Best Buy gift card with a GoPro Hero 4 Black purchase; Buy one, get one 50% off select Nintendo 3DS games; $10 off Chromecast; and 50% off select Kitchen Aid mixers.

Cyber Week deals that went live on Sunday include up to $100 off select iPad Mini 3, $50 off an Xbox One console, and $100 off a Samsung 40-inch HDTV.

Best Buy is also offering free shipping and in-store pickup.

Target says it has its “biggest, boldest plans yet” for this year’s Cyber Monday, including virtual doorbusters and 15 percent off the company’s website.

The company said it’s the first time Target has discounted everything on its website for Cyber Monday. The Cyber Monday deals will last just one day.

Among the one-day discounts is an Xbox One and Gears of War bundle for $299.99 with a three month Xbox Live subscription (worth $24.99).

Other digital deals for Cyber Monday include half off a selection of children’s digital cameras and Sennheiser earbuds, and $100 off a Swagway Hoverboard.


Toys “R” Us is touting, among its steepest discounts, the Thomas & Friends Wooden Railway Gold Mine Mountain Set at half price, for $80. The retailer will have the Barbie Malibu Dream House for $95, down from $135, and the Tonka 12-volt Dump Truck Ride-On for $200, down from $350.

Amazon is offering discounts for a wide variety of products including electronics ($200 off Lenovo laptop,) toys (60% off Ginormous Outward Hound Hide-A-Squirrel,) home (60% off Singer sewing machine) and sports (50% off Elliptical machine.)