If the crowds and chaos of Black Friday made you cringe, Cyber Monday may be your day.
Millions of Americans will head back to work after the Thanksgiving break and hit their computers for what's become the kickoff of the online holiday shopping season.
This year more merchants are expected to offer some type of promotion this Monday.
Shoppers can expect aggressive discounts, limited-time web-exclusive specials, and lots of free shipping.
Cybermonday.fm is a great place to find all the deals with just one click of the mouse.
It says the top Cyber Monday stores are Wal-mart, Best Buy, Newegg, Amazon and Sears.
Some of Wal-mart's top deals -- an Ipod Touch 32GB with starter bundle for $278, a Phillips portable DVD player for $49 and a Tom Tom GPS $89.
Best Buy's also selling a Magellan GPS for $89 as well as a Samsung 50' plasma TV at $697.99.
You can get an HP wireless all-in-one printer at Newegg for $64.99.
Other top sites - priceplease.com, it'll tell you when the price drops on a recent purchases or on your "wish list items" that way if you've already purchased your gift you can go back and try to get a refund after the price drops.
Goodshop.com is an online shopping mall that donates up to 30% of the purchase price to your favorite charity.
The site has more than 1,400 stores you shop. Here's the cool thing - it doesn't cost you any extra and the prices are still the same as going directly through the retailer.
A couple things to keep in mind when shopping online - cyber security expert Michael Gregg said always look for security certificates, don't use debit cards and don't use wireless internet hubs like Starbucks when buying online - he says criminals love these hubs because it's easier to steal bank and credit card information.
This year the sales aren't just on store web sites, you can look for deals on social web sites like Facebook and Twitter, too.