Some may be burnt out from shopping on "Black Friday", but the retail rat race for the best deals and steals is not over just yet.
The deals are almost everywhere but after two straight days of in-store shopping, sale savvy customers are running on empty.
But starting on Monday, otherwise known as "Cyber Monday", getting those deals is just a click away.
"I feel as if there's a lot of competition now online. So our company decided to be a part of that."
Kate Facenda, the manager at Revel's boutique "Denim Habit" is taking advantage of the online shopping craze.
She say's "Cyber Monday" is a great opportunity for customers, to get luxury clothing at a fraction of the price when they offer 25% off all of their items.
"If you are not able to go out and shop then you can go right online and have the convenience right at home for you," said Facenda.
Plus an incredible bargain tastes really sweet. Just ask John Fiene, the co–owner of Atlantic City's "Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory".
"We have baskets available. We have a lot of specials going on. We have our apples buy three get three free."
Those with a sweet tooth can get these tasty treats online, as well as through "Living Social", a web site that is letting customers buy a $75.00 basket of chocolates at a fraction of the price.
Which is a done deal that has South Jersey residents getting ready for the online hunt.
"I think its great because people are busy and they don't have time to go to the mall and I know online you can get a lot of deals and also a lot offer free shipping," said shopper, Debbie Gegeskas.
"I'd rather get it done online rather than fighting people in line going out waiting in line and dealing with people," said shopper, Josh Beboover.
But get clicking quick, because once Tuesday hits the deals are spent.