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Closing the biggest shopping weekend of the year is Cyber Monday, when deals can be found in all corners of the World Wide Web.

From brick-and-mortar power-houses Walmart and Target, to online giants like Amazon and eBay, you can find many mark-downs similar to Black Friday's frenzy of sales.

Below are some of the best offerings the Internet has to offer this Monday:

-- Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet with 16GB of storage: $399, down from $499 (Amazon)

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-- Canon Powershot A3500 16MP digital camera with 5x optical zoom (red model only): $99, down from $199 (Target)

-- HTC One 32GB smartphone: 1 cent (it's normally $199), with two-year contract from AT&T, Verizon or Sprint (Amazon)

-- 46-inch Samsung LED TV: $478, marked down from $949 (Walmart)

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-- Jawbone Jambox Bluetooth rechargeable portable speaker: $69, down from $199 (eBay)

-- HP Pavilion 15-N066US 15-inch laptop: $459, down from $649 (Staples)

-- Motorola Moto X smartphone: $349 without a contract, down from $499. The discount is available for all carriers and for both 16GB and 32GB models, although Motorola says supplies will be limited.

-- Dyson DC41 Multifloor Bagless Upright Vacuum: $399, down from $549 (Best Buy)

-- Select coats from Kenneth Cole, Calvin Klein, DKNY and London Fog: 50% off, plus free shipping on online purchases of $75 or more (Macy's)

-- Half off select men's and women's clothes and accessories (Target)

To sort through the deals for yourself, go to cybermonday.com .

RELATED: Tips to stay safe with Cyber Monday purchases

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