- Laptops/PCs: Cyber Monday centers on tech deals, meaning laptops, desktops and gaming PCs will be in the spotlight. You’ll find plenty of computer deals on Black Friday, it’s true, but you’ll see those deals repeated (or slightly improved) on Cyber Monday when eBay, Newegg and Amazon target tech shoppers.
- Clothing: This year, expect clothing stores to offer significant discounts during Cyber Monday. Clothing sellers, such as ASOS, Old Navy, J.Crew, Gap and others, have a fantastic Cyber Monday tradition for clothing shoppers - sitewide discount codes.
- Travel: Save your online travel bookings for Cyber Monday. Even though the travel industry has been hit hard by the pandemic, you’ll still find airlines offering heavily discounted tickets on certain routes and travel sites offering flash deals on vacation packages. And with some airlines still dropping change fees, expect deals to be more flexible than in years past and the discounts to be steep for domestic travel.
- Online Subscriptions, Streaming Services and Educational Software: One little-known area with big potential discounts, especially during the pandemic, is online subscriptions. This is your opportunity to try out new streaming services, such as Paramount Plus or Disney+, that will potentially have subscription discounts, get a jump start on your New Year’s resolutions and score a discounted Rosetta Stone or MasterClass membership.