Target will be offering an extra day of deals. The Minneapolis-based retailer announced Tuesday that it will be kicking off Cyber Monday sales on Sunday.
So starting early Sunday morning, nearly everything online and in stores will be 15 percent off.
There aren't any coupons or promo codes. That discount will just be applied at checkout.
This year, the deal can be applied to more expensive items like gaming consoles, iRobot vacuums, KitchenAid appliances and Apple products.
Remember, all online orders also ship for free throughout the holidays.
Come Tuesday morning, the sales won't be over. There will be other Cyber Week deals going on through Dec. 3. Those offers are only available online. You can check out Target.com/WeeklyAd starting Sunday to see some of those deals.
Target offered 15 percent off last Cyber Monday, too. The record-breaking sales event was so popular it crashed the servers for awhile.
Fortune says that spreading the sales out over two days and offering the same discounts at brick and mortar stores should keep that from happening again.
The Black Friday sales also start a day early. First thing Thursday morning, people can shop all of Target’s Black Friday deals online. Stores don't open until 6 p.m. Then people can score deals there, too.