- Stores like Target, Amazon, Best Buy, Costco and Walmart launch their offers for this Cyber Monday
- Americans brace for deals amid coronavirus pandemic
- The main discounts are on electronic devices such as screens, tablets, cell phones
Stores like Target, Amazon, Best Buy, Costco and Walmart launch their offers for this Cyber Monday to attract the most customers.
Almost at the end of the year and after the Black Friday sales, Americans are now preparing for the Cyber Mondey offers, in the middle of a year in which most of the world was sheltered for months by the appearance of the coronavirus.
Companies like Target, Amazon, Best Buy, Costco, and Walmart have launched their best deals online with the firm goal of attracting the most customers.
The main discounts are found on electronic devices such as screens, tablets, cell phones and other products related to technology.
According to the portals of techradar Y solodinero there are several retail stores such as Walmart, Best Buy, Costco, Target, who are ‘fighting’ to attract the most customers through their Cyber Monday offers.
On the single-money portal they show one of Costco’s offers: 10.4-inch Samsung Galaxy tablet with 64 Gigabytes of capacity and 4 GB of external memory bonus at $ 180, that is, a discount of $ 80 on its normal price.
According to the businessinsider portal, one of the offers on Amazon are Apple AirPods, wireless headphones that work with all your Apple devices. They were priced at $ 100 for Black Friday and Cyber Monday ($ 30 less), still a sale, and at $ 110.
At Amazon, too, an 8-inch, 32-gigabyte-capacity tablet of its own brand Fire, designed for portable entertainment, is priced at $ 55.
For its part, Best Buy offers an 11.6-inch Lenovo Chromebook Flex 3 laptop with a touch screen, 4 GB of RAM and 32 GB of capacity with an HDMI-out port, at $ 179.