Retailers are offering discounts on millions of products this Cyber Monday (Nov. 28), including some of the hottest toys and electronics. Cyber Monday deals aren't restricted to Monday anymore either; some start on Sunday and continue during the week. But don't take that as permission to wait -- availability may be limited and retailers might not offer rain checks once an item sells out.
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Available in multiple colors and sizes at Dell.com, this water-resistant Samsung activity tracker will be $150 (regularly $180) from Sunday until 8 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 29. It comes with built-in GPS and connects to a smartphone to let the wearer read and respond to texts, calls, and notifications.
Lock in a 30 percent discount on the Plus version (for homeowners, investors, and those who itemize deductions) or Premium version (for contractors and self-employed taxpayers) of the popular Tax Act online tax preparation software and pay the Cyber Monday prices of $10.50 and $21, respectively, when filing a federal return later. State returns cost an additional $25.
Choose from three versions of the Huawei MediaPad tablet on sale on Amazon. The 8.4-inch M3 will be $250 (regularly $300), the 7-inch TI will be $80 (regularly $100), and the 9.6-inch T1 will be $140 (regularly $160) -- not as cheap as they were on Black Friday but still up to 20 percent off.
A site-wide discount from Toys R Us will give shoppers $10 off select online purchases of $100 or more on Cyber Monday. Rewards R Us members can get a $5 rewards coupon by placing a $19-plus order online and selecting in-store pickup.
Take on the outdoors with a camping set that includes a six-person tent; two dry bags, microfiber towels, folding chairs, sleeping bags, pillows, and sleeping pads; an LED lantern; and a battery-powered fan. The 28-piece bundle will cost $149 (a $50 savings) during Walmart's Cyber Week.
South African Airways is offering select round-trip tickets from New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport or Washington Dulles International Airport to Johannesburg, South Africa, for $599. There are also round-trip tickets available between Washington and Dakar, Senegal, for $619 and Accra, Ghana, for $629. Travel dates must be between Jan. 10 and March 31, 2017, and other restrictions apply.