Cyber Monday: Travel deals roundup

Stephanie Yip 27 November 2017 NEWS

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Black Friday might be over, but these sales are still running.

Some say the biggest shopping day on the calendar is Black Friday. But if you happened to miss it, you still have a chance to cash in on its follow-up sale day, Cyber Monday.

That, by the way, is today.

It's the last day of Cyber Weekend and features extended and new travel deals, some of which are even better than those offered on Friday and over the weekend.

What's better today than on Friday?

Cyber Monday is a day to capture those last purchases before the sale ends – benefiting both the purchaser and the seller. It's for this reason some sites offer better deals today than on Friday. Including these beauties:

  • Scoopon – 10% off sitewide. Where Scoopon had a sale on specific items on Friday, today the daily deals website is offering a flat 10% off everything until midnight.
  • CruiseAway – $100 on board credit for all Cyber Week cruises. On-top of cruise sales, which include 30% off select cruises and free upgrades, CruiseAway is throwing in a $100 on board credit on all Cyber Week cruises. You have until 30 November to book. Enquire online today via the link above.

What's still championing?

The best Cyber Weekend sales that are still running today, but ending soon.

For a full list of travel deals on sale for Cyber Monday visit our Black Friday and Cyber Weekend travel deals guide.



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