Nov 27, 2009 8:53 AM
Not all Black Friday shoppers will fight their way through traffic or jostle with shoppers at local stores. Some bargain hunters will snatch up holiday deals with the click of a mouse.
Cyber Monday no longer kicks off the online shopping season - it's now Cyber Black Friday.
This year, hundreds of online stores will feature deals all day Friday. Many retailers are offering Black Friday style sales online, betting some bargain hunters will prefer shopping from the comfort of their office chair rather than fighting traffic and mall mobs.
Talya Schaeffer co-founded Cyberblackfriday.com, a Web site that catalogs and links to online cyber Black Friday deals.
"Starting Nov. 27, many online stores will be offering their best promotions of the Christmas shopping season for Cyber Black Friday. Shoppers save money by buying online and retailers reward early shoppers with exclusive coupons and deals," Schaeffer said.
Some of the deals featured on the site include:
-Borders.com - 25 percent off the entire order.
-New York and Company - 50 percent off everything including sale items.
-Newegg.com - Acer Aspire One Netbook $189.99
Visit www.cyberblackfriday.com for more deals.
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