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(NBC News) -- Many people will hunt down holiday deals in front of a computer this year.
We have some sites that can help you in your online bargain hunting expedition.
The Black Friday rush is easy to see, but more and more consumers are doing it on the down low, shopping on the job, at work, with their high speed connections.
It's fast and easy and there are great sites to help you save. Like Cairo.com, you search what you want to buy, it instantly tells you where That item is on sale at your local brick and mortar stores. Like this Panasonic 26 inch flat screed HD ready TV 399 at Circuit City, which is 130 dollars less than some other retailers are selling it for.
This year, the site does more.
Matt Hurwitz, Cairo.com: "We took the searching for items one step further."
If the sale prices that pop up aren't low enough for your budget, you can get an e-mail alert when the prices drop.
Matt Hurwitz / Cairo.com: "You can put in a full list of holiday items for all of the people you want to buy for and how much you want to spend for them, and Cairo.com will tell you when those particular items are on sale."
At Dealcatcher.com, the goal is to tell you the lowest prices, sometimes 20 to 40 percent savings.
Dan Baxter / Dealcatcher.com: "Sometimes people buy things and then resell it on eBay because it's so much cheaper."
Printable coupons help you save more at your local stores. Discount codes are available for online shopping. You don't have to lose your mind, or your wig waiting in long lines.
Dan Baxter / Dealcatcher.com: "A lot of people were camping out for 380, 400 dollar laptops. We had a similar offer on our website from dell and they had plenty. It lasted for five days.
In fact, it's still there, laptop with printer for 400 bucks plus 45 for shipping.
Whether you actually buy online or just do research.. you can ask the shopping super sites to e-mail you when something goes on sale.