Tips to Survive Cyber Monday

November 28, 2016 by Jenny Melrose

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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Toys“R“Us for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine.

It’s officially Cyber Monday!  Are you ready?  We have some tips to help you survive.

Tips for Surviving Cyber Monday


Have a Plan

It is absolutely necessary to go shopping on Cyber Monday with a plan.  You have to know what family members have already purchased so that you don’t end up with multiples.  With so many family members buying things it can get confusing.  I create one Wish List with the girls and then family members are required to mark things off of the list so that I know what still needs to be purchased.   When people start buying things willy nilly it makes things too difficult and my least favorite thing is to return items because multiples were purchased.  Having a plan that the entire family is on board with is key.  Even aunts and uncles are privvy to our plan.  It’ll save me time in the long run. 

Make it Easy

In order to make it super easy for family and friends, we take advantage of the Toys”R”Us Big Book and the ability to scan the items in the book and add it straight to our Wish List.  This way no one is confused on which Elsa doll to buy.  I take a picture and simply upload it and everyone is on the same page.  Plus, we’re able to take advantage of the great deals at Toys”R”Us, which has 100’s of deals and 1,000’s of items just for Cyber Monday so be sure to find your next deal HERE.

Cyber Monday is always my jam.  I love that I can Find deals and with a click of a button to be able to buy now.  No lines, no getting up early and I can do it with a cup of coffee in my hand with my slippers still on.  It doesn’t get much better than that.  Plus, if I spy something that Santa should definitely get me then I’m able to make sure it’s in his pack for the big day.  It’s a win-win for my husband {I mean Santa} and I.  You should definitely do the same.  Shop Now!

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