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Walmart Cyber Monday Sales

Walmart Cyber Monday Sales - The Black Friday 2010 sale is definitely over but shopping stores in the United States will have a second wave of the Thanksgiving Sale or Holiday Shopping Season Sale this weekend until next week on the Cyber Monday 2010. Several shopping stores which also participated on Black Friday are having weekend sales and Cyber Monday Deals like Best Buy, Meijer, Macy’s, Amazon, Kohl’s, eBay and more.

Best Buy, one of the largest shopping stores in the United States and major distributor of electronic products are having their Thanksgiving Weekend Sale which will last until Saturday. On Monday, Best Buy will also have their Cyber Monday Deals which are definitely on electronic products.

For the Best Buy Thanksgiving Weekend Sale, several categories like television, home theater, cameras & camcorder, computers, mobile phones, video games, home appliances, iPod and mp3 players are expected to be included on the sale. This is a good chance to those who missed shopping during the recently concluded Black Friday 2010.

Best Buy is offering several television deals this weekend sale like the Samsung 46″ Class LED-LCD HDTV with a Blu-ray player for just $999.98. This product saves $880 plus free shipping. Another one is the Samsung 55″ Class / 1080p / 120Hz / LED-LCD HDTV for only $1,499.99 from the regular price of $2,499.99. Another Cyber Monday Electronic Deals is this Sony BRAVIA / 55″ Class / 1080p / 240Hz / 3D LED-LCD HDTV for just $1,998.99 from its regular price of $3,199.99, saving $1,201.00.

Walmart, the largest shopping store in the United States, is also having their Cyber Monday Sales. Most of the products are on electronics category and just like on Best Buy, Walmart has several great deals on television like the Samsung 52″ Class LCD 1080p 60Hz HDTV, LN52C530 for just $998.00 plus free shipping and the LG 55″ Class LED-LCD 1080p 120Hz Internet-Connected HDTV, 55LE5400 for just $1,788.00 from its original price of $2,499.00, saving $711.00 (28%).

Walmart Cyber Monday Sales

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