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Cyber Monday Sales Not to Be Missed

Cyber Monday Deals

Get your credit cards prepared as Cyber Monday offers tons of incredible online deals on a variety of products, including electronics and those big-ticket items you’ve postponed buying until now. Cyber Monday sales always mean the biggest discounts of the year. But before you start shopping, make sure you check out these stores that are offering the steepest savings this year.

Amazon

Amazon begins a week of deals with across-the-board sale that includes practically every type of product imaginable, from books and toys to home appliances. This online retailer also offers savings on a variety of Amazon products, including the Echo ($139.99) and Fire HD8 tablet ($59.99).

Target

Check out Target for its great Cyber Monday deals on TVs, electronics and toys. You will also be please to get up to 40% off home items, as well as 30% off rec room games. In addition there is an extra 15% off all online purchases.

Best Buy

At Best Buy you will find great deals on HDTVs, select laptops, video games, Bose headphones and speakers, DVDs and more.

JC Penney

JC Penney’s featured deals include 20% off select apparel, shoes, accessories, fine jewelry and home products. Plus customers can save extra 30% off on their online order of over $100 if they use code BIGDEALS (11/27 – 11/28).

Macy‘s

Macy’s Cyber Monday offers are hard to ignore. The retailer provides big savings across departments, such as 65% off select men’s jackets, 60% off select women’s footwear, 60% – 70% off select pillows, 30% plus an extra 20% off KitchenAid mixers, and an extra 20% off select sale and clearance clothing items.

Best Video Games to Buy in 2016

Black Friday and Cyber Monday offer a great number of deals on video games and systems. If you are at a loss which ones to choose below you will find the list of this year’s top video games worth buying.

NES Classic Edition ($60)

The NES Classic Edition was sold out within hours after going on sale. Want to know why gamers get crazy about this replica of Nintendo’s popular home console? The adorable, pint-sized device that comes with a spot-on version of the NES controller plugs right into your TV to entertain you with 30 cool NES games. It will be difficult to find, but it’s worth the effort.

Dishonored 2 ($60 | PS4, Xbox One, PC)

The sequel to 2012’s Game of the Year, “Dishonored 2″ features two unique playable characters that appear in an incredibly steampunk world full of danger and choice. There the characters will sneak through the windows running into unknowing bad guys, as well as destroy everything with all-mighty mystical powers.

Overwatch ($60 | PS4, Xbox One, PC)

It is a thoroughly designed, perfectly polished and brilliantly balanced shooter that has already become a hit among millions of gamers who had bought it. If you love competitive gaming, “Overwatch” guarantees lots of fun, especially when played with a group of friends.

Pokémon Sun/Moon ($50 | 3DS)

If you enjoyed playing “Pokémon Go” on your smartphone why not opt for a 3DS to experience a real “Pokémon” game. “Pokémon, Sun/Moon” is set in a tropical environment and offers lots of new pokémon and features. Those who have been playing this game for a lot of time are sure to enjoy a number of upgrades, including a new Pokédex and the opportunity to refresh your pokémon after battle. The game is bright and colorful so you can easily get addicted to playing it whenever there is the time for the pleasure.

Skylanders: Imaginators ($75 | PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Wii U)

The game is a favorite among both the children and the adults as it boasts all the latest cool features. You can create your own “Skylander” and customize it. You may even order a 3D printed version if you like so you might want to spend some more money on extra toys.

Civilization VI ($60 | PC)

The sixth version of some of the best strategy games ever is truly addictive. Even though it is rather complex the game is surprisingly accessible. If you played the earlier versions be prepared for a range of cool new features, such as unstacked cities and a Civics tech tree. The 25-year-old formula is a time tested formula of success, and a great gift for any PC gamer.

Battlefield 1 ($60 | PS4, Xbox One, PC)

Get back into the past with “Battlefield” series that recreates the epic battles of World War I. Probably the best strategy of all time, “Battlefield” games will take you to an old-school arena where a moving single-player campaign can change the outcome of the battle.

Forza Horizon 3 ($39 | Xbox One, PC)

The new “Forza Horizon 3″ is a valid reason to purchase an Xbox One if you still don’t have one. The game invites you to discover and explore the sweeping vistas of virtual Australia from behind the wheel of the cars, exotic and ordinary ones. Whether you’re driving along the picturesque country roads or winding along narrow streets, you’ll be amazed at the gorgeously beautiful graphics and perfect handling.

NBA 2K17 ($60 | PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PC)

The 2016-2017 NBA season is not over yet, but the developers of “NBA 2K” have already presented the general public the best sports game on the market. Now it features an improved Career mode, a deeper MyGM, and many other upgrades that ensure another championship year of excellent game for the basketball dynasty.

Titanfall 2 ($60 | PS4, Xbox One, PC)

This sequel would be a perfect gift for any shooter fan. It addition to providing fantastic giant mech multiplayer, this year’s version is enhanced with incredibly inventive and exciting solo campaigns.

Uncharted 4 ($60 | PS4)

Considered the best-looking video game of the year the game is a real must-have for PS4 owners. While hunting a pirate treasure be prepared to take a risk, make precarious leaps, and blast villains. The gameplay is unmatched and the cinematic delivery of the game is unrivalled.

Watch Dogs 2″ ($60 | PS4, Xbox One, PC)

This great open-world romp was designed to help us relive the fantastic events. Just fancy hackers who try to manipulate real-world events by breaking into supposedly secure online systems. The events of the game take place in San Francisco, and this sequel is better than the original in many things: it can’t but impress with its great script, lots of activities, and a variety of gadgets.