Plan on skipping Black Friday for the much saner option of Cyber Monday? We (and millions more) are with you. So we’ve rounded up the best deals for online shopping on this new, wonderful holiday — start bookmarking these websites for the feeding frenzy next week.
AllSaints: Take 20 percent off site-wide with the code THANKS.
Alternative Apparel: Buy two, get one free of specific hoodies, dresses, tees and leggings.
Ann Taylor: Take 50 percent off cashmere collectible sweaters in stores and online.
Anthropologie: Receive free standard shipping on US and Canada orders.
Armani Exchange: Score 45 percent off on all styles (including sale items).
ASOS: Get 30 percent off everything with the promo code GIMME20 at checkout.
Athleta: Take 20 percent off all sale items and 20 percent off select winter styles with the code CYBER20.
Badgley Mischka: Take 20 percent off everything online!
Banana Republic: You can find a selection of men’s and women’s clothing reduced by anywhere from $5 to $60 on Cyber Monday in BananaRepublic.com’s special Cyber Monday section. You can also take 40 percent off your entire purchase with the code CYBER.
BaubleBar: By playing the jewelry site’s Cyber Monday game, you can win one of four deals: $25 off orders of $50 or more, 20 percent off site-wide, 30 percent off site-wide or a $100 gift card.
Bliss: Get 20 percent off Elemis and Remede skincare products.
Bobbi Brown: Get a duo of deluxe-sized samples, a specially-sized lip gloss and free shipping with every purchase, plus your choice of five samples.
The Body Shop: Get 50 percent off site-wide and free shipping with any purchase of $30 or more.
Bonobos: Take 30 percent off site-wide, and up to 60 percent off with the code CYBER360.
Bumble and Bumble: Get a set of travel, mini and sample-sized versions of hair products valued at $36 with the code CYBERMONDAY.
butter LONDON: The beloved nail polish brand will be gifting customers with 20 percent off site-wide (excluding product marked at “last-call”) and 50 percent off “last-call” items, all using the code CYBER13.
C.O. Bigelow: They’re offering 25 percent off everything site-wide with the code Turkey1838.
Cosabella: Get 25 percent off the entire site with the code CYBER25.
C. Wonder: Take 40 percent off everything, plus free ground shipping on anything over $75 with the code GIFTS40.
Dermablend Professional: Buy any 2 products and receive $15 off with code CYBER.
DKNY: Get 25 percent off the entire site.
DL1961 Premium Denim: Enjoy 25 percent off all nonleather items online and 70 percent off sale items.
Forever 21: On Cyber Monday, Forever 21 will be offering free shipping on all orders over $75. Plus, 50 percent off jewelry!
Gap: Get 40 percent off your entire purchase with the code CYBER.
Gilt: This online shopping mecca is starting at 9 pm EST on Sunday night with free shipping on everything, plus “Marquee Monday” sales on lots of items (including designer shoes) and a sweepstakes with high-end luxury prizes for 12 lucky winners.
H&M: Receive 40 percent off online purchases of $50 or more, plus free shipping!
Massimo Dutti: Get 20 percent off all merchandise online.
Moroccanoil: This cult beauty brand is gifting consumers with complimentary full-sized products with the purchase of e-Gift Cards. Plus, free shipping on all purchases $55 and up.
Nasty Gal: Get 30 percent off everything site-wide (excluding vintage and gift cards).
Nicole Miller: Take 20 percent off all orders online.
Old Navy: Get 30 percent off your entire purchase with the code CYBER.
Rue La La: There will be 24 “Today’s Fix” items on Cyber Monday, including a Missoni scarf ($79.90), Kenneth Jay Lane bangles ($49.90) and Portolano leather gloves ($59.90).
Sachin + Babi: Get 25 percent off your entire purchase with the code CyberM.
Stella & Bow: Get 25 percent discount site-wide from Black Friday through Cyber Monday.
True Religion: Score 40 percent off select denim online (and in stores!).
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