By now, we're all used to (Black by Friday).
The American tradition, which occurs annually on the day after Thanksgiving, sees prices of electrical goods, clothes, and just about everything else you can think of slashed just in time for Christmas.
Now, there's lesser known, but just as important Cyber Monday. Like the digital version of Black Friday, you can buy yourself all the best deals without having to leave your house.
Want to get ahead of the (virtual) crowds? Here's everything you need to know about Cyber Monday:
When is Cyber Monday 2018?
This year, Cyber Monday falls on Monday November 26.
Cyber Monday is always the Monday after Black Friday and many online retailers will keep their deals running throughout the weekend.
What is Cyber Monday?
Following the success of Black Friday, Cyber Monday was conceived as the result of more people doing their shopping online.
For 24-hours, online retailers slash their prices of some of the season's most-wanted goods.
If you want to find the best deals out there, you can be sure of what deals you want.
Which shops are offering the best deals on Cyber Monday?
Some of the biggest players this Cyber Monday will be Amazon, Currys, Argos and John Lewis.
Expect some massive tech deals including Fire Tablets, Fire TV, Kindle and Amazon Echo.
You can bag some great deals from Argos' Cyber Monday event, including Lenovo laptops, LG TVs and budget-friendly Motorola phones.
John Lewis has slashed prices across most of its departments, including tech and womenswear.
Keep your eyes peeled for the best deals on home appliances, including high-tech coffee machines.
Currys PC World
If you're after some snazzy tech items, then check out Currys to see what they have to offer.
Expect deals on everything from Sony TVs and Lenovo laptops.
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