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Black Friday goes cyber

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 News) - This year “Cyber Monday” is no longer the kick-off to the online shopping season, instead it has become “Cyber Black Friday”.
SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 News) - This year “Cyber Monday” is no longer the kick-off to the online shopping season, instead it has become “Cyber Black Friday”.

The day after Thanksgiving is known to be the biggest shopping day of the year for brick and mortar stores, while Monday is typically the busiest day for online sales. But this year, hundreds of stores are having Black Friday deals online all day long.

Starting on Friday, many online retailers such as Overstock.com are offering their best promotions of the Christmas shopping season. And many of those deals will continue through Monday.

There is only one problem. By the time Cyber Monday arrives, many consumers may find themselves digging for spare change in the sofa having spent the big bucks a few days earlier. But as for those who have been waiting for cyber Monday or prefer shopping on the web, there are many resources to help you.

Instead of going to individual websites searching for steals, you can go to sites like cyberblackfriday.com and find a list of the best deals.

Internet experts say customers need to do plenty of research if taking the cyber-shopping route. It is best to check with the company about their return policies because while most companies will offer free shipping, others may charge you a fee for a return.

Even if Black Friday is over, it is not too late to get in on the Black Friday Cyber action or to gear up for Monday. If you would like search for some online deals you can visit the following websites.

Overstock.com
Cyber Black Friday Deals
Cyber Monday Deals

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