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The race is on to beat the competition to beat the competition for your holiday shopping dollars. I like to get my shopping early but I usually pass up Black Friday.  On the other hand, Cyber Monday is more my style for tech gear but it can be overwhelming. This year it seems like you can’t escape the ads, they are everywhere. Just when I was starting to get sick of all the Black Friday and Cyber Monday emails making their way into my inboxes, a rash of notifications on Apple holiday deals starting popping up everywhere I looked. They got my attention so I thought it was worth mentioning here.

Apple Products

It’s Cyber Week at B&H.  They have discounts on Apple TV’s, iPads, iPad Pro, even the 15 in MacBook Pro with Touch Bar.  They even have discounts on MacBook Air and the 13.3” MacBook Pro. Check out this page for details.

Best Buy has more of the same with deals on iPhones, Beats Headphones, Apple AirPods, discounts on iTunes and App Store Gift Cards.

DealNews put a nice page together with some great deals.  Check it out here.

Non-Apple Gear

A wide variety of non-Apple products like Samsung TV’s, Microsoft XBox, Sony Play Stations are over at Walmart.

Amazon is competing with Walmart with some TV deals just read the fine print and make sure you understand what you are buying.

Kohls has some great cash deals, buy $xxx get $xxx.

Some of these deals will go beyond Cyber Monday and there really is too much to cover here.  I don’t have to tell you when shopping online be sure you know what you’re buying. If it’s too good to be true it probably is.  But don’t be overly cautious because there really are some great deals out there this season.

We had a record-breaking Black Friday and Cyber Monday is on track to blow it out of the water.

A lot of people are likely to have a very Merry Christmas this year and why not.

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Carmine Delligatti-Drummer, former Support Manager for Deneba Software, ACD Systems, Mareware, Inc. and Swiss Made Marketing. Avid technology blogger and Managing Editor of