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Best Cyber Monday Tech Deals From Target, eBay, Newegg, and Google

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Black Friday has passed, but Cyber Monday—the big online shopping day that falls on the first Monday after Thanksgiving—is just around the corner. That means that there are some great tech deals to be had this year on Nov. 27.

And just because the name Cyber Monday implies that people only have one day to buy something on discount, several retailers like Newegg and Target are extending Cyber Monday into a multi-day shopping fest.

Here’s a roundup of some of the best Cyber Monday tech deals.

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Target

The retail giant said have everything on its website at 15% for the week, which Target is pitching as Cyber Week. Additionally, Target tgt will unveil special deals on several items each day throughout the week.

Some of the deals include:

eBay

Although technically not a retailer, eBay ebay is rounding up some of the best tech deals from its various sellers and making them available for the week, starting Nov. 25.

Newegg

Online tech-focused retailer Newegg will be staggering some deals throughout its Cyber Monday event lasting from Nov. 26 through Nov. 30.

Deals valid from Nov. 26 and Nov. 27.

Deals valid from Nov. 26 through Nov. 30.

Deals valid on Nov. 27 only.

Deals valid from Nov. 27 through Nov. 30.

Google

Google goog is cutting the price of its Google Home web connected speaker to $80 from $130 starting on Thanksgiving Day and ending at 11:59 pm on Nov. 27, Cyber Monday.

Facebook

The social networking giant fb is slashing the price of its Oculus Rift VR headset on both its Oculus online store as well as on Amazon amzn , Best Buy bby , Newegg, and Microsoft’s msft online store. From Nov. 21 through the end of Cyber Monday, the Rift + touch controller will cost $350 instead of $400.

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Dell

Dell’s Cyber Monday event will start Nov. 25 and last until Dec. 3. Throughout the period, Dell will have a 15% site wide sale on its video game-oriented computers like the Alienware brand as well as its Inspiron models.

Additionally, the company will debut several online deals throughout the week. These include Dell products in addition to those of third-party companies.

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