Masses hit the web for Cyber Monday deals

Masses hit the web for Cyber Monday deals

Black Friday ­­­­­—a time for crazy mobs in search of killer deals. In a most recent case, a woman pepper sprayed 20 people for an Xbox 360. But what if there was a day to avoid all the violence and receive the same great buys — maybe even better buys?

Cyber Monday gives customers the same or better deals as Black Friday, but can be enjoyed from the comfort of your own home. Sellers like Amazon, Best buy and Musician’s Friend all participate in these deals.

Amazon ( is offering Blu-ray movies up to 77 percent off. There are deals like “The Hurt Locker” for $7.99, originally $34.99 (, Phillips ear buds for $14.99, originally $39.99 ( and a Canon PowerShot for $291, originally $399 ( To see all Cyber Monday deals from Amazon, click here:

Best Buy ( is also getting in on the deals. You can buy a white iPod touch (4th gen, 32 GB) for $269.99, originally $299.99 ( All music DVDs including boxsets in CD, DVD, Blu-ray, vinyl formats are 30 percent off (  Microsoft’s Kinect is selling for $99.99, originally $149.99, plus three games included (Kinect Adventures, Fruit Ninja and Gunslinger) (

Even in the music world, stores like Musician’s Friend ( uses Cyber Monday to advertise all its great merchandise such as an ESP LTD Deluxe EC-1000 Electric Guitar is $599, originally $1,213 ( And for the drummers out there, A Tama Rockstar 8-piece Double-Bass Drum Shell Pack is $599.99 for $1499.97 (  An Epiphone Les Paul Standard Plain top is $399, originally $744 (

For a list of the Cyber Monday deals, go to (