Time to jot down your Cyber Monday shopping list.

Even though Thrifter's busy working through Black Friday week currently, we've got our eye on Cyber Monday coming up soon too - and Target just dropped all the info we've been waiting for.

Cyber Monday

Beginning early the morning of November 27, Target.com will be offering 15% off almost all products online. This one-day offer will not require a promo code; the discount will be automatically added at checkout for valid items. At this time, the store has not announced which items will be excluded from this sale, but we can get a good idea at what won't be discounted by looking at last year's exclusions.

2016's exclusions from this sale included the following products:

All gift cards, prepaid cards (airtime, entertainment, iTunes, and online gaming), Beauty Advent Calendar, Elf on the Shelf, LEGO, Cards Against Humanity, Joking Hazard game, Vitamix, Simple Human, Weber, DSLR cameras and lenses, LG TVs, Samsung TVs, Google products, Bose, Sonos, GoPro, alcohol, dairy milk, Tylenol, CVS pharmacy, clinic, Target Optical, and Portrait Studio. Target.com orders also exclude Traeger and Company Store purchases.

It's very likely most of those products will remain excluded from this year's sale. Apple products, gaming consoles and more hot ticket items were included in last year's sale, so we're hoping we see them receive the discount this year too. If so, Target will be offering better deals than other retailers on items like the PlayStation 4 Pro console which will only be discounted by $50 at GameStop during Black Friday. This offer would discount it by $60.

For extra savings, you can couple a REDcard with this deal to earn an extra 5% off your purchase. That would drop that PS4 Pro down by another $17 to its lowest price ever.

Cyber Deals Week

Though the 15% discount begins and ends on Monday, Target will be having a full week of cyber deals beginning the day before - Sunday, Nov. 26. Starting the following Tuesday, Target will unveil digital daily deals which will run through Saturday, December 2. Those offers have yet to be announced, however Target did let us in on a few discounts which we'll be seeing go live sometime during that week:

As you can see, some of these deals are already available via Amazon. That's part of the reason why Target wants to keep things under wraps until the sale goes live. If you're worried about whether something is a good deal or not, keep an eye on Thrifter! We only post products and deals that have been vetted to be worth your time and money.

And don't forget, Target.com is also offering free shipping with no minimum purchase through the holidays.