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Cyber Monday plans for Kohl’s, Sears, and Kmart revealed

Cyber Monday 2016 Kohls

It’s not even Black Friday yet, but you can already shop various products at discounted prices as many retailers have already kicked off their pre-game sales. If that’s not enough, some companies already revealed their Cyber Monday 2016 plans, including Kohl’s, Sears, and Kmart.

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Kohl’s announced that its Cyber Monday sale will extend from November 27th through November 30th. The company did not mention specific product discounts, and it’s likely that Black Friday sales won’t also continue to Cyber Monday.

But the company did say that users will get 20% off in-store and online, and free standard shipping with purchases of at least $25. Furthermore, each day will bring new special sales, and the Kohl’s Cash accumulated during the Black Friday sale will be redeemable during Cyber Monday on various devices including Apple gear.

Kohl’s did highlight two limited-time deals in its press release, including a $399.99 49-inch LG 4K Ultra HD Smart TV and a $129.99 Fitbit Charge 2 wearable.

Kohl’s full press release is available at this link. Kohl’s Black Friday 2016 offer can be found here.

Sears and Kmart

Sears and Kmart will begin sales at 12:01 AM on Sunday, BFAds reports. All Cyber Monday deals will be available online, but some of them can be found in stores.

Sears will offer Shop Your Way Rewards (SYWR) Members 25% off clothing, footwear and fine jewelry. Kmart, meanwhile, offers 20% off Lego Super Heroes construction sets, and 20% back in SYWR points when you spend $50.

Sears’ Black Friday 2016 ad is available here, and Kmart’s similar flyer is available at this link.

Chris Smith started writing about gadgets as a hobby, and before he knew it he was sharing his views on tech stuff with readers around the world. Whenever he's not writing about gadgets he miserably fails to stay away from them, although he desperately tries. But that's not necessarily a bad thing.

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