Whether you will be staring at your computer from work or surfing department store websites on your iPad, you are probably looking for the best deals without fighting the crowds.
Many department stores are rolling over their Black Friday deals to Cyber Monday, the biggest online shopping day of the year.
If you work from home, like your lucky Patch editors, stay in your pajamas and start clicking. If you work in an office, what a good excuse to procrastinate!
Last year, Americans spent more than $1 million online during Cyber Monday.
Want to go beyond the department stores for a unique gift? Check out these websites:
This website offers stocking stuffers, personalized gifts and really really cool gadgets. Uncomming Goods also has great gift ideas for hosts and hostesses, as we come up on the seasonal party time of year.
Etsy is the homemade hub of the internet. The artistic community has come together to essentially create the Amazon.com of personalized gifts. Etsy features products from small business and individual crafters, empowering the little people. If you've got a unique gift idea in mind, chances are you'll find it here.
Woot features a great deal every day, and if you're lucky you will catch a "Woot-Off" when the site will feature several deals in one day. Woot also has sub-Woot's, such as Sell-Out Woot where you can find great electronics deals and fancy new things, Kids Woot, Shirt Woot, Wine Woot and the new Home Woot.