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Cyber Monday will have last minute sales

ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

If you missed Black Friday or just didn't feel like dealing with the crowds, you still have a chance to snag some of those last minute deals.

Many major retailers often offer post-thanksgiving deals the Monday after Black Friday, which means you can get those last minute sales from the comfort of your own home.

They've been promoting those deals through emails and commercials.

And folks say it's a convenient way to check off that Christmas list.

"I try to do a little bit more online these days and just kind of do my last minute shopping at the stores," said Becky Fitzgibbons.

"We can order things in our store for customers online that don't have computers," said Deborah Herrin.

Each store's website offers different deals but all start Monday and usually last through the week.

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