I’ve put together a small collection of deals for Cyber Monday. These discounts all end at midnight tonight, so get to it!
1. Web Hosting
HostGator is the host I use and recommend. They’ve always been great with customer service and I’ve never had a problem with downtime. They’re also an environmentally friendly host. For Cyber Monday they’re offering 50% off a hosting plan! Sign up for 3 years to get the best deal. If you’re building a new website, or just thinking about changing hosts, I highly recommend them. Check out HostGator!
Moo is a great little printing company based in the UK. They have a US version of the site though, so don’t worry about high shipping fees. They have a cool feature called Printfinity. Normally, printers make you order 500 of the same design because of the way the printing press works. Printfinity allows you to put a different picture on each piece. It would be a fun idea for holiday cards! They’re offering 30% off absolutely everything, including their cute business card holders! This is the highest discount I’ve ever seen them offer. Print something with MOO!
3. Computers & Tech Accessories
When I’m looking for computers or other tech gadgets, I always check NewEgg.com because they tend to have some of the best deals on the web, year round. Cyber Monday specials include laptops, projectors, bluetooth headsets, paper shredders, and almost any tech gadget you can think of, sometimes for hundreds of dollars off! See all the deals at NewEgg.com!
4. Office Supplies
OfficeMax has some great deals on a few select items, including office furniture, cameras, printer paper, and some great printers at up to 50% off. See the OfficeMax Cyber Monday sale!
5. Photoshop Elements
Adobe is offering Photoshop Elements 10 for $50, which is 50% off the usual price of $100. As you well know, Photoshop is an awesome program, and the much-cheaper Elements version is a great bargain over the full version, priced at $700. I always recommed Elements to small businesses and people just get started in Photoshop. Frankly, unless you’re a professional photographer or designer, Elements has all the tools you’ll ever need. If you don’t have it yet, get Photoshop Elements!