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[November 26, 2012]

Lenovo Cyber Monday Coupon Saves Shoppers $320 on the Lenovo G780 Laptop!

(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Houston, TX (PRWEB) November 26, 2012 Consumers who are not already shopping for Cyber Monday deals are already shopping late. Originating from the unusually high online retail sales on the Monday following the Thanksgiving shopping weekend, Cyber Monday is a tradition that has been around for a few years now. However, just like Black Friday sales have leaked over into Thanksgiving Day sales, Cyber Monday is also becoming pre-dated by Cyber Sunday. For example, CouponBuzz.com is featuring a Lenovo Cyber Monday coupon for $320 off the Lenovo G780 laptop, but the coupon was actually live yesterday. Relax – there are still plenty of these laptops to be had! But the same cannot be said for all Cyber Monday deals.

“You really have to be on your toes all weekend long,” said Justin Bowen, founder of CouponBuzz.com. “That’s the best advice I can give to shoppers – start watching the sales on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving and don’t stop until Tuesday. Even us folks at CouponBuzz.com can’t predict definite start and stop times to the major discounts of this huge retailing weekend. The best rule of thumb would be to assume a Black Friday sale includes both Thursday and Friday, and a Cyber Monday sale includes both Sunday and Monday. Of course, there are always the online merchants, like Newegg, who simply declare it ‘Black November,’ and simplify things for themselves by offering sales that last all four days.” The Lenovo Cyber Monday deal for $320 off the Lenovo G780 laptop is actually valid until November 28th, 2012, but supplies are going fast, so waiting until then is not recommended. The coupon code drops the price of this impressive laptop to a budget-friendly $679, a great price point for all that this laptop has to offer.

The Lenovo G780 is designed with a lovely, large LED backlit 17.3 display with 1600 x 900 resolution. It comes standard with 8 GB of DDR3 Ram, and a 3rd generation Intel Core i7 processor at an impressively rapid 2.9 GHz. The generous sized hard drive, at 1 TB, is also a nice selling point for the laptop. Equipped with Bluetooth, an integrated webcam, DVD optical drive and HDMI output, the Lenovo G780 is also extremely functional. Online shoppers can access the Lenovo Cyber Monday coupon for $320 off the G780 laptop in the dedicated Lenovo coupon section at CouponBuzz.com, located here http://couponbuzz.com/lenovo-coupons.html.

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