What's the Deal: Cyber Monday sales

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Between midnight and 10 a.m., consumers had already spent $540 million dollars on this Cyber Monday, according to Adobe. But the deals are still going strong. (WPVI)

Haven't taken a crack at Cyber Monday yet? It's not too late.

Between midnight and 10 a.m., consumers had already spent $540 million dollars on this Cyber Monday, according to Adobe. But the deals are still going strong.

This is a great day to shop for clothes..

The Gap family of stores, which includes Banana Republic and Old Navy, is offering 50 percent off sitewide.

Express and Hollister are also offering half off.

If you're looking for toys, Target is offering up to 35 percent off on toys PLUS an extra 15 percent off. Kohl's is offering 40 percent off all Magformers and 20 percent off Melissa and Doug toys. And you can get an extra 20-percent off certain eligible purchases at Kohl's with the code DEALSEEKER.

But no matter what you're searching for, do a quick internet search to find the best price. I did that for a Melissa and Doug Jumbo Roadway Activity Rug and the best deals - beating out Kohls, Target and even Walmart - are from lesser known websites. The cheapest total price is $54.98 on Christianbook.com followed by $63.94 on FatBrainToys.com.

If there's a techie on your list, Cyber Monday is a good day to buy certain Amazon products, including the Echo and the Tap speakers. They're both $40 dollars off.

For a new smartphone, check this out! Get a free $250 dollar or $ 400 dollar Best Buy gift card with the purchase and activation of the Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 edge.

If you're an Apple person, at Best Buy you can save up to $400 dollars on the Original Apple Watch. Also save up to $200 dollars on select MacBooks.

If you prefer department stores, Macy's is offering an extra 20 percent off with the code CYBER.

And while Consumer Reports says wait until the end of February or beginning of March for the lowest prices on TVs, some of the Cyber Monday deals are too good to pass up.

Finally, check out the below sites for some of these TV and computer deals and so much more:
PCMag.com
BestBlackFriday.com
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