Target Cyber Monday 2014 Deals revealed

Target Cyber Monday 2014 Deals revealed


The Target Cyber Monday 2014 sale will start on Sunday, Nov. 30. We got the scoop of the Target Cyber Monday deals that will be on sale.

The Target Cyber Monday 2014 sales event will kick off on Sunday, November 30. The Amazon Cyber Monday Sale and the Walmart Cyber Monday Sale have already launched Saturday morning and offer the first Cyber Monday deals of the season.

Update 11/30, 00:10am PDT. The Target Cyber Monday Sale has launched on The announced Target Cyber Monday deals are on sale now including all Buy One Get One 50% promotions. You can shop the Target Cyber Monday deals now on

The Target Cyber Monday 2014 Sale at will have a 40-inch TV doorbuster deal like in the Black Friday sale. Target goes with our definition of Cyber Monday deals and offers a higher quality item at less dramatic discounts than on Black Friday.

Target will offer a Samsung 40-inch LED Smart TV for $379 + $30 Gift Card. You save exactly the amount of the gift card on Cyber Monday. The 40-inch Samsung UN40H5500AFXZA is selling right now for $379.

The Target Cyber Monday deals are expected to go on sale in the early morning hours Pacific time. We recommend to check our Cyber Monday coverage before you go to bed and then get up very early to not miss any of the Target cyber deals.

Find below the list of other Target Cyber Monday 2014 deals that have been revealed so far.

Target Cyber Monday 2014 Deals

$379.99 40-inch Samsung UN40H5500AFXZA Smart LED TV + $30 Gift Card, Reg. $629.99

$199.99 Dyson DC35 White Digital Slim cordless vacuum, Reg. $299.99

$224.99 KitchenAid Professional 5-qt. stand mixer, Reg. $449.99

Up to 50 percent off Our Generation dolls, dollhouse and accessories

BOGO 50 percent off My Little Pony

BOGO 50 percent off Star Wars Toys

BOGO 50 percent off women’s, men’s and kids’ apparel,

BOGO 50 percent off  

BOGO 50 percent off jewelry and accessories

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See all announced Cyber Monday Sales and Deals.

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 2014 is expected to a huge sales day again this year. It is predicted to beat the already record breaking Black Friday online sale on Thanksgiving Day. Cyber Monday will celebrate its 10th anniversary in 2015. Cyber Monday is still a “teenager” so to say.

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