Cyber Monday Sales replace Saturday Sales

Cyber Monday Sales replace Saturday Sales

The traditional Saturday sales events after Black Friday are history. Cyber Monday sales are starting right after Black Friday and replace the Walmart Saturday sale.

Black Friday 2014 has ended and in past years retailers offered special Saturday sales. One of those retailers was Walmart. The retailer hosted a popular Saturday sale. This year though Walmart Cyber Monday 2014 sale is already kicking off on Saturday, Nov. 29.

The Walmart Cyber Monday 2014 Ad offers a sneak peek of the hundreds of deals Walmart will offer in the Cyber Monday 2014 sales. 

>> See the Walmart Cyber Monday 2014 Ad <<

The Walmart Cyber Monday 2014 deals include a $988 55-inch Samsung 4K Ultra HD TV, $37.99 7-inch Double Power Tablet, $449 Sony PS4 Lego Bundle with extra controller and extra game, $499 58-inch Sanyo 1080p 120Hz LED TV and $10 Air Hogs Vectron Wave Flying UFO.

The Walmart Black Friday 2014 sale will go over into the Walmart Cyber Monday 2014 in the early morning hours of Saturday. Again this year, the Walmart Cyber Monday sale will not just be a single day of course, but a a whole Cyber Week. See below the list of Cyber deals Walmart has revealed so far.

Walmart Cyber Monday Deals:

LG 49” LED HDTV for $398

Samsung 55” 4K Ultra HD LED HDTV – $998

Sanyo 58″ LED HDTV – $499

Double Power 7” Tablet – $37.99

Sony PS4 Lego Batman & Little Big Planet Bundle + Game + Controller – $449

2014 Holiday Barbie Doll – $25 ($9.97 savings)

Hamilton Beach 6-Speed Classic Stand Mixer – $24 ($25 savings) online only

MD Sports 2-Player Basketball Game – $65 ($94 savings) Walmart exclusive

Riders by Lee Women’s Jeans – $10 ($9.96 savings)

26″ Mongoose Beast Men’s All-Terrain Fat Tire Mountain Bike – $159 ($40 savings)

12′ Round Trampoline and Safety Enclosure – $199 ($100 savings)

Shop the current Black Friday deals on

See all announced Cyber Monday Sales and Deals.

Cyber Monday 2014 is expected to generate $2.6 billion in sales. Black Friday sales are predicted to reach $2.48 billion.

Cyber Monday, a term coined by in 2005, got established when retailers saw a trend of consumers shopping online on the Monday after Thanksgiving. Today, Cyber Monday is viewed as the online equivalent to Black Friday. Cyber Monday 2013 is expected to a huge sales day again this year – most likely the biggest.
Find the latest Cyber Monday 2014 news.

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