Cyber Monday Laptop Deals, the Best Laptop Deals All Year?

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Cyber Monday Laptop Deals, the Best Laptop Deals All Year?


San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) - In case of missing the boat on Black Friday, there's still Cyber Monday for laptop shoppers who've procrastinated through the weekend. Now, there even better laptop deals online because retailers are more desperate to offload excess inventory. Deals experts have actually seen this happen across many retailers including Apple's Macbooks, the prices are now lower than it was yesterday (Black Friday) or the whole year.For example, Apple MacBook 13.3-Inch Laptop with model number MC516LL/A was $939.94 on Amazon but it has been lowered to $912.49 as of today, the day after Black Friday. That's additional $27.45 savings for consumers who've missed the Black Friday boat. This is the number one reason why shoppers actually should wait until Cyber Monday for the best deals on laptops.On the opposite side of the spectrum, there's also a "price-hike" that's observed every year after Cyber Monday sales are over on the following Tuesday. After that, buying a laptop might not be such a thrifty idea for another whole year. Cyber Monday is a "better-late-than-sorry" day for laptop shoppers. In other words, it's a "second chance" for laptop shoppers who have procrastinated through Black Friday. But that's okay, it's more likely that consumers will find even better laptop deals on Cyber Monday than Black Friday, retailers are desperate now and consumers still need the laptop deals.Of course, wouldn't it help if someone was doing this research for consumers instead doing it themselves? …

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