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Cyber Monday APPS, Websites & Tips From Jenn Fred

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Jenn Frederick is all over Cyber Monday! 

This morning she spoke to Bill Hettinger, Managing Director of E-Commerce of World Wide Stereo & Headphone Authority.

He has some great tips for all those cyber bargain hunters trolling the web.  Check out the interview.

Here are some APPS to help you stay organized and all are FREE and available for iPhone, Android and Windows devices.

1.  Smoopa 

2.  Slice 

3. Snip Snap

4. Card Star

Here are some other awesome sites/APPS for cyber Monday and beyond: 

1. New eBay app

2. Red Laser 

3. cybermonday2012.com

4. coupons.com

5. amazon.com

Want free shipping?  Check out FreeShipping.org

eLayaway.com offers layaway for shoppers who agree to pay a fee of 1.9 percent of their purchases.

ake sure you check out Jenn's three segments from this morning - just click on the video tab and Happy E-Shopping!

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