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The best Cyber Monday deals on Amazon

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More than 68 million people are expected to shop online today, according to the National Retail Federation, and sales are projected to increase 18.9% from last year and reach $9.4 billion, according to data from Adobe Communications.

"Cyber Monday is interesting because it typically has more deals than Black Friday," says Michael Bonebright of DealNews.com.

Even if you're back at work today, there are plenty of deals you can discreetly snag from your cubicle. Amazon, for example, is offering discounts on Apple Products, smart home devices, and kitchen appliances.

Below are some of the best deals on Amazon for Cyber Monday:

Apple Products

If you want discounts on Apple products, the Apple Store isn't actually that helpful. But Amazon, along with some other retailers, is offering significant discounts on a few Apple products, including:

Echo speakers

While you won't find extraordinary discounts on smart home devices from Amazon's competitors, like the Google Home, you can find deals on their own brand of Echo smart home devices. Here are some of the lowest prices they have for smart home devices today:

Cyber Monday is interesting because it typically has more deals than Black Friday.
Michael Bonebright
Expert at DealNews.com

Kitchen appliances

Cyber Monday is a great time to buy small kitchen appliances for yourself or others. The popular Instant Pot, for example, is more than 50% off. Here are some of Amazon's better kitchen appliance deals:

Tablets

If you want a tablet but aren't looking to shell out the amount it takes to get an iPad, then consider one of these options.

Miscellaneous other deals

Cyber Monday is a great time to browse and see what is being offered for a lower-than-usual price. Here are some other deeply discounted products that you might consider:

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