Cyber Monday Deals for Renters


Forget Black Friday, Cyber Monday is where it's at. No fighting for the last PlayStation, no getting trampled at Walmart, just you, a cup of coffee and you're trusty computer getting all your holiday shopping done in one sitting. Isn't technology great?

You've likely already perused our Holiday Gift Guide, chock full of affordable and cool gifts for everyone on your list. Here's a round up of online sales to jump on before the last iPhone sells out...

Rent a Room
Swanky Chicago boutique hotel The James is offering a buy-one-get-one-free offer for gift certificates. So buy one $200 credit and get one free. The coolest part is you can use the certificate to rent a room or spend it in one of the hotel's restaurants or bars.

Small-Screen Remedy
For the TV junkie without room for a 60" television. This small EyeClops Mini Projector broadcasts movies, TV, video games and more onto the wall (indoors or out). Who needs a big screen when you can project. Throw in some microwave popcorn and you may never need to go to the cineplex again. Only $70, a far cry from the $1200-plus a big-screen TV would cost. Available via Amazon's Cyber Monday Deals page.

Instant Chef
Really who doesn't need a great chef knife? It's the gift you either want or didn't know you need but it's useful and will last a lifetime. Right now, Williams-Sonoma is offering free shipping on all cutlery, plus many of its knives and knife sets are on sale.

Sleep It Off
Buy your gifts on sale and you'll appear much more generous than you really are. Take these 500-thread-count sheets at Overstock.com, originally $149, marked down to $35. Everyone can use a pair of luxurious white-cotton sheets. Or if you're buying for a cold-climate crew, go for cozy flannel sheets, originally $185, on sale for $50. Plus, Overstock is offering free shipping and an extra 10 percent off for Cyber Monday.


For more Cyber Monday deals check out this sale aggregator.
 

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