Cyber Week:

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Amazon Gold Box: Sony High-Definition POV Action Video Camera - $139.99 (Reg. $299.99)!

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Amazon Gold Box: Sony High-Definition POV Action Video Camera - $139.99 (Reg. $299.99)!

 Today only, save over 50% on the Sony AS30 action camera. This high-definition POV camcorder features built-in Wi-Fi with NFC, so you can use your compatible smartphone for remote-control viewing. Conquer jagged mountain peaks, rocketing descents, or swerving slaloms with SteadyShot image stabilization, featuring an Active Mode that delivers stunningly smooth video while in motion.

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Kindle Fire HD 8.9 Inch 4G LTE Wireless Tablet (Certified Refurbished): $159 (Reg. $299)

Grab the Kindle Fire HD 8.9 Inch 4G LTE Wireless Tablet (Certified Refurbished) for $159 (Reg. $299) at Amazon!

  •  A Certified Refurbished Kindle Fire HD 8.9" 4G is a pre-owned Kindle Fire HD 8.9" 4G that has been refurbished, tested, and certified to look and work like new.
  • Includes a full one-year limited warranty, just like a brand-new Kindle Fire HD 8.9"
  • Stunning 8.9" HD display, exclusive Dolby audio, ultra-fast Wi-Fi, and 4G LTE

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Amazon Gold Box: Yamaha RX-A830 7.2-Channel Network AVENTAGE Home Theater Receiver - $449.95 (Reg. $899.99)!

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Amazon Gold Box: Yamaha RX-A830 7.2-Channel Network AVENTAGE Home Theater Receiver - $449.95 (Reg. $899.99)!

 Today only, save 50% on this high-performance Yamaha receiver, featuring 4K Ultra HD pass-through and upscaling with network features like AirPlay and Internet radio. You can even control it from your PC, smartphone, or tablet.

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Amazon Gold Box: Klipsch Image S4i Rugged In-Ear Headphones - $38.99 (Reg. $99.99)!

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Amazon Gold Box: Klipsch Image S4i Rugged In-Ear Headphones - $38.99 (Reg. $99.99)!

 Special guest deal presented by our colleagues at Woot.com: "There isn't anything quite as soothing to me as the mating calls of the lammergeier, also known as the bearded mountain vulture. To most people, the shrill cries and chortles are like fingernails on a chalkboard. But to me, it's music. That's why I listen to the nature recordings with my Klipsch S4i headphones. The excellent sound-isolation and seal ensure that no one else is disturbed by the piercing screeches and cackles. It's like a private symphony that was composed just for me. Just. For. Me."

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Amazon Gold Box: Up to 69% Off Select Rubbermaid Commercial Products

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Amazon Gold Box:  Up to 69% Off Select Rubbermaid Commercial Products

 Today only, enjoy special savings on select Rubbermaid Commercial products, including a cart, vacuum, mop bucket, and more.

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Amazon Gold Box: Up to 67% Off Hitchcock Movie Titles

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Amazon Gold Box: Up to 67% Off Hitchcock Titles

 Today only, save up to 67% on "Alfred Hitchcock: The Masterpiece Collection" on Blu-ray and "Alfred Hitchcock Presents" Seasons 1-5 on DVD.

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Amazon Gold Box: Harman Kardon CL Premium Headphones - $59.95 (Reg. $249.95)!

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Amazon Gold Box: Harman Kardon CL Premium Headphones - $59.95 (Reg. $249.95)!

 Today only, enjoy special savings on Harman Kardon CL headphones, featuring an exclusive acoustic system that integrates superb mechanical design, materials, and electronics. Made specifically for use with iPhones and iPods, the CLís streamlined remote offers familiar controls for audio playback and phone calls.

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Amazon Gold Box: $69.99 Seiko Menís Amazon-Exclusive Watches

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Amazon Gold Box: $69.99 Seiko Menís Amazon-Exclusive Watches

 Today only, select Seiko watches for men are priced at just $69.99. Check out these Amazon-exclusive stainless steel chronograph styles, which feature Japanese quartz movements, a date window, and water resistance to 330 feet.

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Amazon Gold Box: Waste King L-8000 Legend Series Continuous-Feed Garbage Disposal - $87.97 (Reg. $339)

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Amazon Gold Box: Waste King L-8000 Legend Series Continuous-Feed Garbage Disposal - $87.97 (Reg. $339)

 The Waste King L-8000 garbage disposal includes stainless steel grinding components to reduce noise and a fast-and-easy mount system with the necessary hardware for installation, including drain elbow and gasket. Ideal for any home kitchen.

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Amazon Gold Box: Up to 32% Off Trigger Point Performance Foam Rollers

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Amazon Gold Box: Up to 32% Off Trigger Point Performance Foam Rollers

 Limber up with a Trigger Point GRID foam roller. Use it to roll through tight muscles, knots, and kinks to reduce soreness and improve mobility.

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Groupon 10% Off Coupon, Including Video Games/Systems!

Save 10% (up to $50) on one Groupon Good item (including video games)!

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  • Apply Groupon promo code GOODS10 (at checkout)

 

Amazon Gold Box: A Shade of Vampire Series, $0.99 Each on Kindle

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Amazon Gold Box: A Shade of Vampire Series, $0.99 Each on Kindle

 Today only, get the entire A Shade of Vampire series for just $0.99 each. Kindle books can be read on iPad, iPhone, and Android devices with free Kindle reading apps, as well as Kindle devices.

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Amazon Gold Box: Up to 45% Off Retro Toys & Games Including Risk, Rock em Sock em Robots + MORE!

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Amazon Gold Box: Up to 45% Off Retro Toys & Games

 Save on retro toys and games, including Etch A Sketch, Slinky, Lincoln Logs, Risk, Sorry, Clue, Mille Bornes, Rubik's Cube and more.

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Amazon Gold Box: 70% Off Select Tommy Hilfiger Men's Suits, Ties, Pants and More!

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Amazon Gold Box: 70% Off Select Tommy Hilfiger Men's Suits & More

 Today only, save 70% on men's Tommy Hilfiger, including suits, blazers, dress pants, and more. Select styles. Prices as marked.

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Amazon Gold Box: Up to 40% Off Select Kyocera Ceramic Kitchen Knives

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Amazon Gold Box: Up to 40% Off Select Kyocera Ceramic Kitchen Knives

 Special guest deal presented by our colleagues at Woot.com: "Knives are very important to the eating process, you see. Without knives, how will you put tomatoes on your sandwich? How will you spread the mustard or slice the lettuce or cut the bread? How will you intimidate people enough to keep them from stealing your potato chips? Those are YOUR potato chips. Don't ever let them forget that."

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Posting the Best Cyber Week Deals on the Net!

What is Cyber Week:

Well, starting last year, many retailers including Amazon, walmart and BestBuy decided that Cyber Monday needed to be amped up to Cyber Week.

Walmart officially started marketing Cyber Week last year, but it is expected to balloon into an even bigger online shopping event going forward.

Cyber Week deals officially start the week after Thanksgiving in the United States and typically continue until the holidays have arrived.

Retailers offer Cyber Week Deals, Coupons, and limited deals that can be grabbed with a click of the mouse. Many specials in previous years included free shipping as well.

Cyber Monday is a marketing term for the Monday immediately following Black Friday, the Friday following Thanksgiving Day in the United States. The term was created by the National Retail Federation and announced in 2005 conjunction with the deployment of their own website CyberMonday.com designed to serve as a portal for Cyber Monday deals and offers. In store shopping continues to dwarf online shopping - the most taken in a single day online was $881 million on December 7, 2007, while Black Friday in 2007 took in $41 billion.

Since its inception, critics contend that consumer purchasing habits represent more of a static growth throughout the Christmas and holiday season as opposed to one day in which companies "see any (unusual) traffic" on websites. It has been postulated that through mainstream media adoption of the term, combined with retailers hoping to drive more traffic to their sites, that the "Gimmick" of Cyber Monday could become a "Real Trend".

The term "Cyber Monday" is a neologism invented by Shop.org, part of the U.S. trade association National Retail Federation. It was first used within the ecommerce community during the 2005 holiday season. According to Scott Silverman, the head of Shop.org, the term was coined based on research showing that 77% of online retailers reported a significant increase in sales on the Monday after Thanksgiving in 2004. In late November 2005, the New York Times reported that "The name Cyber Monday grew out of the observation that millions of otherwise productive working Americans, fresh off a Thanksgiving weekend of window shopping, were returning to high-speed Internet connections at work Monday and buying what they liked."

In late November 2005, ComScore Networks, an e-commerce tracking firm, reported that online spending on Cyber Monday, excluding travel, was $486 million, a 26 percent increase from a year earlier. Total visits to shopping sites increased by 35 percent compared to a year earlier, according to Akamai Technologies. In late 2005, after the holidays, ecommerce sites reported that the busiest shopping days usually were between December 5-15 in a given year. For 2005, the year the term Cyber Monday was coined, the busiest online shopping day of the year in the U.S. was actually December 12, two weeks after "Cyber Monday". Shop.org's survey of its members found that their busiest day in 2005 was December 12. MasterCard's worldwide (not just U.S.) data for 2005 showed that the day with the highest amount of Web transactions processed was December 5. In November 2006, prior to the holidays, MasterCard reported that an online survey it had commissioned found that only 10 percent of Americans said they would shop on the Web on Cyber Monday.