If your morning productivity wasn't already shot by a residual Thanksgiving feast food hangover, then Cyber Monday deals will definitely do the trick, distracting otherwise outstanding employees with hours of online bargain-shopping.
We've selected our five favorite gift deals from the World Wide Web, so you can whittle down your holiday list and return to napping under your desk.
Elaine Turner Designs is releasing Cyber Monday deals each hour, from buy-one-get-one-half-off boots to 25 percent off all stocking stuffers.
J. Crew Factory is offering 50 percent off of everything until 10:59 p.m. CST, plus free shipping (no minimum order) with code "YOURGIFT." That means you can get your sister a cashmere cardi for $79, your best friend a glittery iPhone case for $9.50 and your dad a timeless tie for $19.50 — all in one transaction.
Eyes Lips Face has a site-wide 50 percent off sale for all orders over $25 with code "50WIDE" until midnight. Don't have a clue what to put under the tree for your eco-conscious coworker or a teenage cousin? Use this great gift guide for inspiration.
Affordable art print site 20x200 is extending incremental deals throughout the day — 30 percent off from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. CST and 25 percent off from 3 p.m. to 11 p.m. CST with the code "TICKTOCK." We love Jenny Odell's print entitled Every Outdoor Basketball Court in Manhattan for the sports aficionado, artist Ryan Schneider's vibrantly-patterned still lifes, Thanks for Sharing and Partners, and the animal locomotion plates by British-born photographer Eadweard Muybridge.
Texas-headquartered Elaine Turner Designs is releasing Cyber Monday deals each hour, from buy-one-get-one-half-off boots to 25 percent off all stocking stuffers. Check the Facebook page for the promotions, some of which are available both online and in-store.
Discovery Store, the purveyor of gifts for kids or kids-at-heart, has selected a handful of steals for the shopping holiday and issued a site-wide 25 percent off on all orders (including already reduced prices) with code "CYBER25."