Monday, December 1, 2008

Cyber Monday

*edited in title to reflect correct name

Isn't that what today is called in the cyber shopping retail world?

I've heard that today is the day that retailers expect to be their "Black Friday" online. And most of it will be done from people's work. Nice.

So, to help you out I have a couple of ideas.

  • I (and many of your favorite bloggers) have a little Amazon button in their sidebars. Mine live at the side and the bottom of my blog.

Anyway, if you go to Amazon through our sites, we get paid a few cents on your purchase. Just to let you know, all of my cents will go to 50,000 in 50 days to buy people shoes. It's easy - all you have to do is go to Amazon through this button on my blog or another favorite blogger and do your shopping - AND. They. Have. Some. Great. Deals.

  • Many of your online shopping sites have free shipping right now. Go here to find out who does.
(Amazon does on orders over $25)

  • I get a lot of photo gifts at Christmas time from Snapfish. I love Snapfish!
Here is their coupon code to save 20% on most photo gifts: WINTER08

  • And here is some free stuff you can register for, but go fast because many of them are ending today and tomorrow!
$15 iTunes card at After a Cup of Coffee or Two...
$100 Home Depot gift card at An Island Life
Keen Shoe giveaway at ModMom
Lands End merchandise at Goodies for Mom
Cute kitchen tea towels at Life is like Champagne
Got a great holiday money saving tip? Enter it at From Dates to Diapers and Beyond and register to win a $500 Wal-Mart gift card. She will also direct you to 11 other places you can do the same thing and increase your chance to win!

Okay, that should keep you busy for awhile!
Have fun,

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Anonymous said...

I love Cyber Monday and yes I am at work :)

Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving.

Janel@Dandelion Dayz said...

Oh, I changed that to Cyber Monday, not Online Monday. Thanks for the reminder there.

Janel@Dandelion Dayz said...

Oh, I actually believe all places of work should have shopping breaks. When I was working outside the home, many of my lunch breaks were spent shopping.

Work - spend money - work harder. See the logic! Increases worker production.

Ali said...

Now if only I knew what to get people this Christmas!

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Van said...

Whew- I am not sure which is more exhausting - the mall or the internet! Aren't we blessed to have so many choices? Thanks for the many great ideas.

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