Why does Cyber Monday exist? No one's really sure how the bond was forged between the ideals of Thanksgiving and then spending an enormous amount of money on the internet. All we do know is that as a result, this is the one day that you'll be able to get an Xbox One and two games for £299.99.
With Black Friday done and dusted it's now the turn of the online retailers to get in some of their best deals for Christmas and while smaller in scale, the deals are certainly there with Game, Amazon, Tesco and more all getting their game faces on.
Amazon's Cyber Monday deals are very similar to Black Friday in that there are lightning deals which will carry on through the day giving you huge savings but only for a limited amount of time.
There's over 60 per cent off Oral B toothbrushes with the top-of-the-range Oral-B Pro 6000 Smart Series now £89.99 instead of the substantially higher regular price of £229.99.
Game have embraced Cyber Monday will full gusto so from 8am to 8pm the website is running both hourly deals and four hourly deals.
The best of the bunch? Well there's an Xbox One with Assassin's Creed: Unity and Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag for £299.99. Or the superb Forza Horizon 2 on Xbox One or Xbox 360 for just £22.99.
Finally you can grab some great deals on Sony kit with the PS4 controller now £29.99 or the PS4 with DriveClub and The Last Of Us: Remastered coming it at £299.99.
Tesco's Cyber Monday approach is more of a blanket approach so instead of individual sales the shop is offering discounts across its entire electrical range.
The eCoupons cover everything from £20 off when you spend £150 or more on electrical goods or £100 off when you buy selected kitchen machines.Suggest a correction