We're not gonna lie: if you skipped Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping online, you missed some amazing deals.
Thankfully, though, there are still some bargains to be had. As part of the continuing stretching of the Black Friday weekend into a seasonal event, many retailers are touting "Cyber Week" deals.
Click through to see our roundup of the best bargains still available online, but note that many are "while supplies last."
Originally published on December 2, 2014, based on our earlier Cyber Monday story; updated Friday, December 5 at 7:45 a.m. PT
Most of the top tier retailers have sales that are lasting all week. Among the highlights:
>> Amazon Cyber Monday Deals Week(includes limited time "lightning deals" every day and every hour throughout the week)
Now let's check out some specific hot products.
At $799, the 11-inch MacBook Air is just $20 more than its recent "doorbuster" price at Best Buy. That's still a great deal for one of favorite laptops ever.
Been on the fence about getting an Xbox One? Well, you missed some of the amazing Black Friday deals, but the $50 price cut ($349 for the no-Kinect bundles, $449 for the Kinect version) only lasts through the holiday season -- so it's still a better deal than you'll get in early 2015.
Right now, the best deal we're seeing on the PS4 is at Gamestop. The game retailer is offering a $399 bundle that includes Grand Theft Auto V, The Last of Us Remastered, and a PlayStation camera. That's about $140 worth of extras at no additional cost.
Best Buy's $399 PS4 bundle has the same games, but lacks the camera.
Target has the same bundle and price but unfortunately it's "not sold online." If you make it to the store though, you can also get it for $399.
If you don't like either of those games, Best Buy.com has the Destiny bundle for $419, a $30 savings.
Walmart's $449 bundle is now sold out online.
From Roku.com, you can get the budget streaming box plus a subscription to unlimited music streaming service Rdio (free for 60 days) as well as streaming video service Hulu Plus (free for 3 months). That's $40 worth of free streaming.
If you buy any other Roku -- including our favorite under $50 model, the Roku Streaming Stick shown here -- the Rdio and Hulu Plus deals are also available.
See how it compares to other sticks to see if it's worth it for your needs.
Generally around $250, this well-reviewed point-and-shoot from 2012 is $70 less right now at Amazon.
The Vivofit came out earlier this year, but has a battery life that lasts 12 months and pairs with chest-worn heart-rate monitors. It also doubles as a watch. You wouldn't cry if someone gave it to you. Available at Amazon for $60 off its list price.
Our favorite running watch, it comes with built-in GPS and can be paired with chest-strap heart-rate monitors. This deal cuts $30 off the normal price.