Cyber Monday Samsung TV deals 2021: early sales from Samsung, Amazon and more – TechRadar If you’re specifically looking for Cyber Monday Samsung TV deals this year, you’re in the right place. We’re days away from Black Friday, the best time of year to pick up a TV bargain. But if you miss the big day or you’re holding out for a better bargain, then Cyber Monday is the next best thing. Cyber Monday takes place on November 29 this year, which is the Monday after Black Friday. However, pre-Black Friday Samsung TV deals are already arriving and we expect deals to keep rolling in throughout November with Cyber Monday marking the final day of reductions.
Today’s best Samsung TV deals Cyber Monday is less than a week away, but we’ve already been seeing some significant markdowns on Samsung TVs. Below are the best Samsung TV deals we’re seeing ahead of November 29… Cyber Monday Samsung TV sales: quick links Best pre-Cyber Monday Samsung TV deals Today’s best Samsung TV deals Early Black Friday Sale ends in Check out more deals at Cyber Monday Samsung TV deals: FAQ
When will the best Cyber Monday TV deals start in 2021? Cyber Monday kicks off on November 29 – the Monday that comes straight after Black Friday on November 26. It’s the ‘last’ of the big sales events of the year and might be the final opportunity to pick up a bargain to slide under the Christmas tree. However, retailers usually start rolling out their sales much earlier, so anyone keen to grab a bargain before Cyber Monday will already find some good deals. Where are the best places to find Cyber Monday Samsung TV deals? All of the same places as Black Friday! You’ll find the best Cyber Monday TV deals to be at Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart, and Target. The cheaper sets on sale tend to be found at Best Buy and Walmart, while Amazon has been known to deliver some ace QLED prices too. Be ready to shop around though, as retailers slash prices and match competitors in order to lure you to their sales.
Where are the best places to find Cyber Monday Samsung TV deals? All of the same places as Black Friday! You’ll find the best Cyber Monday TV deals to be at Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart, and Target. The cheaper sets on sale tend to be found at Best Buy and Walmart, while Amazon has been known to deliver some ace QLED prices too. Be ready to shop around though, as retailers slash prices and match competitors in order to lure you to their sales. Keen to make an early start? You can find the best TV deals on offer today from our favorite retailers below: Best Buy – up to $400 off Samsung, Sony, LG, and more Amazon – savings on premium OLED and QLED TVs Walmart – cheap 4K TVs starting at $199.99 Samsung – save on 4K and 8K QLED TVs Dell – save up to 39% off 75-inch sets Newegg – big discounts on QLED, gaming, and outdoor TVs B&H Photo and Video – deals on Samsung, LG, and Vizio
Every single Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2021 sale, linked – Lifestyle Asia Hong Kong
hese Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2021 sales will be consistently updated! Keep this tab open: Fashion Farfetch: Up to 50% off Net-a-Porter: 30% off with code BLACKFRIDAY through 29 November MR PORTER: 30% off select full-priced items through 29 November. 50% off select items on 30 November THE OUTNET: Extra 20% off items excluding Just In, Bestsellers and Menswear from 25 November through 30 November ASOS: Extra 20% off Topshop with code TREATME SSENSE: Up to 50% off MatchesFashion: Up to 50% off LuisaViaRoma: Extra 40% off select full-priced items with code BF40 24S.com: Extra 20% off with cod BLACKFRIDAY20 Alo Yoga: 20% off site-wide with code VIP2021 Sweaty Betty: Extra 25% off site-wide with code CHEERS I.AM.GIA: 25% off site-wide and an extra 25% off sale items UNIF: Up to 50% off site-wide Aritzia: Up to 50% off site-wide Verishop: Buy one get one free, applicable to equal- or lower-priced clearance items LN-CC: Up to 40% off Cotton On: 30% off site-wide Astrid & Miyu: 25% off site-side Vitaly: 30% off site-wide Popcorn General Store: Extra 15% off site-wide with code BLACK15 through 28 November OMIGHTY: Extra 40% off site-wide with code TAKE40 Love, Bonito: 15% off with a minimum spend of HK$900 with code WEEKEND15 and 20% off with a minimum spend of HK$1,100 with code WEEKEND20 from 26 to 29 November. Plus, the launch of the brand’s first-ever Black Friday capsule collection, with prices starting at HK$299 from 26 November onwards. Princess Polly: Buy one get one 50% off with code 50PARTY House of Sunny: Extra 25% off select items with code EARLYACCESS Kina and Tam: Up to 50% off with a free gift with purchase SKIMS: Bi-Annual sale starts 25 November Dion Lee: Extra 20% off sale items with code DL20 HBX: Up to 30% off select items Parade: 30% off site-wide Wray NYC: Up to 70% off Trois: 30% off site-wide New Girl Order: Up to 75% off Monica Vinader: 25% off site-wide, 30% off with a minimum spend of HK$2,500 and up to 50% off daily flash sales ZALORA: Up to 80% off from 26 to 29 November Sneaker Surge: From 25 November, black-white Dunk Lows are US$199 (+ shipping) with code #BLACKFRIDAYDUNKS Beauty Sephora HK: From 26 November, 25% off with a minimum spend of HK$1,200 for Sephora members with code BLACKFRIDAYMEMBER; 15% with no minimum spend for guests with code BLACKFRIDAY Lookfantastic Hong Kong: Up to 60% off with code PARTY Glossier: Sign up now for a secret code to get into the Black Friday Weekend Sale a day early Lifestyle Book Depository: Discounts on select items through 29 November Liberty London: Up to 30% off with up to 15% off beauty through 30 November Amazon: Early Black Friday deals with free shipping to Hong Kong on qualifying orders over US$49 CircleDNA: Sale starts 26 November LELO: Up to 60% off Wildflower Cases: 30% off site-wide CASETiFY: Buy 1 get 10% off, buy 2 get 20% off and buy 3 get 25% off with code BFCM2021X
Newlife store launches online Cyber Monday sale offering half price Charlotte Tilbury and … Newlife has launched its own Cyber Monday online shop where it is selling its already seriously reduced stock for an additional 50 percent off. The children’s charity store works by selling brand new high street and designer fashion and beauty products for a fraction of their recommended retail prices. And now, the store is offering even bigger discounts on Cyber Monday stock after an initial £15 spend on its website.
Read more – 9 things you need to know about before shopping in bargain store Newlife Ideal for Christmas shopping, some of the deals include Estee lauder Advanced Night Repair (50ml) reduced from £19.99 to £9.99, Urban Decay Wild West Palette, £27 down to £13.50 and Charlotte Tilbury Instant look of Love palette £19.99 down to £9.99. Estee Lauder and Chanel beauty products are being sold at amazingly cheap prices at Newlife Online There’s also a wide range of clothing and toys including Ralph Lauren Kids T-shirts £12.99 down to £6.49 and a men’s tie-dye print cotton sweatshirt £39.99 down to £19.99. The Cyber Monday offers launch at midnight on Friday, November 27 and run through to 11.59pm on Monday, November 29. The charity receives donated stock from around 300 leading high street retailers and manufacturers across the UK and Europe – items that would otherwise be destined for landfill, mainly customer returns, faulty items or end of line products, which are then sold at a reduced rate to help provide equipment and services for disabled children across the UK. The stock is sold in its Yardley and Tamworth store, and its Cannock superstore too as well as online. The Newlife online site launched at the beginning of the year in response to the Covid crisis which temporarily closed the charity’s nine stores and pop-up shops across the country during lockdown. As with the Newlife stores and pop-up shops, profits from the online site are used to provide vital equipment and support for disabled and terminally ill children across the UK. Buy a gift for a child in need and make a #BrumWish 2021 come true BrumWish 2021 aims to get thousands of Christmas gifts to young children in need across our city – the homeless, the vulnerable, kids in care and kids who have little. This year’s appeal is bigger and better than ever – because we have teamed up with our partners at #Toys4Birmingham, including Thrive Together Birmingham, the Birmingham Playcare Network, the Edgbaston Foundation and Birmingham Forward Steps. Also involved are Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Trust, Barnardo’s, Spurgeon’s children’s charity, the Springfield project in Sparkhill, St Paul’s Community Development Trust and Your Local Pantry, which runs food hubs in 12 locations across Birmingham and the Black Country. You can buy a gift from the #Brumwish Amazon Wishlist here. Or you can collect and drop off donations of new and nearly new toys and gifts to special donation days at Edgbaston Stadium, B5 7QU, on Saturday November 27, Friday December 3 and Saturday December 4, from 11am to 3pm, where volunteers will be waiting to see you. Brand new or nearly new, unwrapped gifts, books and toys for all ages will be accepted. You can also donate cash, which will go into a fund held by a charity partner to use to plug gaps or buy specialist toys for children with additional needs. This is the link to make a donation. Colin Brown, Newlife Commercial Director, said: “Newlife Online has proved to be a real success and has grown massively over the year, opening up a wide range of discounted high street fashion and beauty to customers across the UK. “This is our first Cyber Monday event so we are very excited and really wanted to do something special. With 50 percent off everything on the site there will definitely be some great bargains available from Friday to Monday, whether you are looking for clothes, beauty products or toys – so make sure you don’t miss out. “By shopping at Newlife customers not only get the chance to buy brand new clothes and accessories and beauty products, at dramatically reduced prices, they are also helping to change the lives of disabled and terminally ill children across the UK.” Visit Newlife Online here to start shopping or for more information about Newlife stores and to discover how the charity helps disabled and terminally ill children and their families across the UK, click here To keep updated on family news, follow our Brummie Mummies facebook page and sign up to our Brummie Mummies newsletter and listen to our podcast
Retailers ready for record Black Friday/Cyber Monday haul – AFR
The sales blitz is expected to provide a boost to retailers, from brick and mortar shops that struggled through the pandemic to the country’s largest retailers and online shopping businesses. Geoff Ikin, the chief customer officer at department store chain Myer, said the group was on the front foot both online and at the bricks and mortar outlets, with Early Bird offers of 50 to 70 per cent off normal prices. “There’s no doubt the Black Friday sales are getting bigger and better each year,” Mr Ikin said. “Last year we had record-breaking hourly sales, and we expect to set new records this year.” Allyce McVicar, the store manager for Myer Melbourne, said some of the offers represented the largest discounts of the year in many categories. “We have decided to reward our customers who are keen to get their shopping done early,” she said. Some customers use Black Friday to ensure a fast start to Christmas shopping. Gerry Harvey, the chairman of Harvey Norman, said there was an air of optimism in the post-lockdown environment being fuelled by the large savings pool among households who have not been able to travel overseas. “Consumers are out there spending up,” the retail veteran of 60 years said. While Black Friday had its genesis online, he said shoppers were increasingly wanting to go out to bricks and mortar stores. “We’re getting very, very busy.” Mr Harvey said there was a large amount of pent-up demand that augurs well for the next few weeks of trading.
Proactive Cybersecurity For SMBs On Cyber Monday And Beyond – Forbes
Nadav is the co-founder and CEO of CYREBRO. Small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) stand to profit from increased sales on Cyber Monday, one of the biggest shopping days of the year. But those additional customers can also make lucrative targets for hackers. We generally look toward milestones to recognize events, such as data breaches that have occurred on past Cyber Mondays. Cyber Monday has surpassed Black Friday as the busiest shopping day of the year, and the best deals can be found online rather than in-store. It’s no wonder that consumers have flocked to the web for their holiday shopping, in spite of previous compromises such as the malicious cyberattack on global IT provider Kaseya that affected up to as many as 1,500 businesses all over the world and last year’s concerted efforts on Cyber Monday to skim credit cards by a criminal gang called Magecart group. Small, or non-existent, security teams are tasked with defending SMBs from the full range of cyberthreats while managing an increasingly distributed workforce and complex digital infrastructure. Fortunately, there are straightforward steps that SMBs can take to be more proactive in preventing attacks through the right combination of human intelligence and security services. Don’t wait until a major event occurs to embrace better security practices. The C-level of any size organization must endorse and mandate a strategy — whether a formal program or following generally accepted industry guidelines. Security can’t be an afterthought in response to data breaches, and SMBs must manage risks by implementing controls to ensure that comprehensive security is upheld every single day of the year. There are many types of controls — and security is a spectrum and continues indefinitely — so it’s important to use time and resources to emphasize the strategies that deliver the maximum impact. User awareness is crucial. There are a few administrative and technical controls that fit this criteria, especially: • Employee training and education. Your employees can either be your greatest asset or your greatest liability, and attackers know this. Nearly 95% of attacks targeting organizations originate via email, which underscores why having employees who are security-minded is so significant. • Response mitigation via a Security Operations Center (SOC). A SOC provides continuous monitoring into what’s happening underneath the covers where attackers may be lurking. There are many excellent choices for managed security awareness training programs that incorporate education and simulations to practice those lessons. Those programs emphasize common threats and solutions, such as recognizing and correctly reacting to phishing and related scams through calls and text, safeguarding personal information, not trusting unknown portable media, using strong passwords and authentication, and working remotely safely. Security isn’t just about “things;” it’s the process of what we do to stay safe. Know your threats. The key takeaways from the programs mentioned above should include: • Think before you click. Whenever in doubt, contact the sender through a different medium. Attackers will use social engineering and pressure to prompt your team to make small, but critical, mistakes. Sometimes, a click is all it takes to introduce a serious problem. Attackers also spearphish executives, so nobody should be exempt from awareness training. • Policies to safeguard personal information. The organization must create ways to implement the appropriate permissions to your systems, data classification and screen guards. Keep in mind that there can be legal and civil penalties for failure to safeguard personal information. • Physical hardware access. This is becoming another significant attack vector. Your team members should never insert USB drives or unknown devices into their PCs. Rogue hardware is a growing threat, and attackers are spending significant time finding new ways to get “behind the firewall,” even simple lower tech approaches. • Never reuse passwords. Start using passphrases that are easy to remember but provide stronger authentication. Every employee should also train for and be comfortable with using MFA, where a second authentication factor is used, such as a text or call to confirm their identity.