Cyber Monday 2015 UK: Amazon's best bargain deals are back, including on Xbox, PS4, Nest, Kindles, Kindle Fire and Fire TV

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Amazon will offer another week of deals starting on Cyber Monday following on from a week-long shopping bonanza for Black Friday, which on the day itself still brought the online retailer its single biggest ever shopping day in the UK.

Shoppers will be able to take advantage of deals on electronics, video games and a whole range of items for another week.

"This Cyber Monday 2015 indulge in some top chocolate, alcohol and sweet offers. You will also find great gifts for everyone on your list including top offers in toys, games, DVDS, computers, video games, perfume and aftershaves," Amazon said on its Cyber Monday deals page.

Read more: High street shoppers decline as they turn online for Black Friday

While the big ticket deals and biggest discounts have yet to be revealed, there are several already available from now until the end of Monday.

They include a 30 per cent off Amazon's own Kindle Fire tablet, £30 off its Kindle Paperwhite ebook reader and £19 off the Amazon Fire TV streaming stick.

For gamers, there's 15 per cent off Xbox One and a Playstation 4 bundle for £299.99

Connected home fans will find the Nest smart thermostat comes with £30 off and the Nest smart camera is reduced by 25 per cent, while the Jawbone Up fitness tracker is reduced to £89.99, with 31 per cent off.

Read more: Online shopping rose 270 per cent on Black Friday

Lightning deals which have limited items available for only a short time are likely to continue through the week. Amazon Prime members are able to access some of the deals earlier than those who are not, giving them an advantage in snapping up deals which may then run out. Other deals will be under the "deals of the day" tag and be available for 24 hours.

We'll be updating the deals as they're announced as well as further Cyber Monday discounts from the UK's major retailers. Find all the latest here.

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