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Cyber Monday Roundup: Amazon, Best Buy and Walmart slash prices ahead of the holiday

Cyber Monday shoppers are expected to spend up to $7.8 billion
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Amazon, Best Buy and Walmart are offering steep discounts ahead of the holiday season

Black Friday shoppers went all in this year, scooping up discounted gifts and gadgets ahead of the holiday season. Shoppers spent a total of $6.22 billion in online sales, about 24% more than last year, according to Adobe Analytics.

Cyber Monday shoppers may give them a run for their money, expecting to spend as much as $7.8 billion.

Amazon

E-commerce titan Amazon.com Inc (NASDAQ:AMZN) has a deals section chockful of tech gadgets, including several of its own products.

Echo Dot (2nd Gen) $19.99 from $39.99

 

Echo Spot $89.99 from $129.99

 

AncestryDNA Genetic Testing Kit $49 from $99

 

Instant Pot Smart WiFi 6 Quart Electric Pressure Cooker $89.95 from $149.95

 

Best Buy

Tech giant Best Buy Inc (NYSE:BBY) is serving up deals on laptops, TVs and other gizmos and gadgets.

Apple MacBook $200 off select models

GoPro HERO HD Waterproof Action Camera $129 from $199

Beats by Dr. Dre - Beats Studio3 Wireless Headphones $189 from $349

Sonos One Wireless Speaker with Amazon Alexa Voice Assistant $174.99 from $199.99

Walmart

Retail giant Walmart Inc (NYSE:WMT) has a number of big-ticket items up for grabs at a discount.

Apple iPad 32GB $249 from $329.99

Samsung 58” Class 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV $447.99 from $497.99

Shark ION RV700 Robot Vacuum with Easy Scheduling Remote $169 from $299

Dyson DC33 Multifloor Bagless Upright Vacuum $179 from $279

 

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