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What To Buy At The CVS Cyber Monday 2017 Sale Because There Are Some Surprisingly Good Deals

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If you’re like me, the thought of going out on Thanksgiving Day or Black Friday sounds like your personal hell on Earth. Thank God for Cyber Monday, where you can sit in your pajamas in the privacy of your own home and shop from your couch and still get amazing deals for gifts for the entire family. Believe it or not, your local CVS has some killer deals, too. Knowing what to buy at the CVS Cyber Monday 2017 sale means the store can be your one-stop shop for discounted decor, stocking stuffers, and booze. What a wonderful holiday gift.

This year, CVS is offering a new little incentive for shopping with them on Black Friday and Cyber Monday — you’ll receive a $10 “CVS Cash Card” when you spend $30 on specially marked items, which will be noted in their ad. According to the press release, you will be able to use this cash card on anything in the store except for prescriptions. On Cyber Monday, specifically — which lasts from Nov. 26 through Dec. 2 — there will be online “flash” sales, “featuring hot items up to 66 percent off, including some items totally free while supplies last,” the press release noted. All week long, in addition to these deals, you can even receive 40 percent off your entire photo order. Thanks CVS. While their Cyber Monday ad hasn’t been released yet, it looks like a lot of their Black Friday sale items will continue on through Cyber Monday, in addition to the 66 percent off that’s specific to the Cyber Monday deals.

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Holiday Decor

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For those who celebrate Christmas and aren't the Grinch, you may enjoy getting your house decorated as soon as possible. For some, that means the day after Thanksgiving. For others, that could be the day after Halloween. Whenever you decide to decorate, CVS has some great deals on Christmas decor this year.

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Stocking Stuffers Or Little Hanukkah Gifts


Whether you celebrate Christmas with stockings, or need thoughtful, small presents every day throughout Hanukkah, CVS has everything from your favorite candy to gift cards, and even As Seen On TV items for everyone on your list.

Noteworthy Deals:

Candy & Booze

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What's a better gift than candy and booze? There should be a holiday song about it in my opinion. Your friends and certain family members will love you forever if you give them the gifts that keep on giving this year. Plus, if you're throwing a holiday party, candy and booze go together like gifts under the Christmas tree.

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Beauty Essentials

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For the glam loved one in your life or even those who enjoy pampering themselves with a facial or new fragrance, there are many deals to be had at CVS this year on beauty products.

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Toys & Games

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While CVS may not be the first place that comes to your mind for shopping for kids (or the kids at heart) they have some pretty good deals for Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Everything from Disney to Discovery Channel science toys, CVS has you covered this year.

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So if you can't make it out of your house — or refuse to for sanity reasons — at least you know you can still participate and score in the privacy of your own home, thanks to Cyber Monday at CVS.

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