Cyber Monday shoe deals include best UGG sale of the year

Cyber Monday is here, and you what that means: it's time to shop the hottest shoe sales of the year. Up to 70 percent off select items with an extra 20 percent off via coupon code at UGG shoe store. Cyber Monday also brings to you massive discounts on other shoe stores like Clarks, DC Shoes, and more.

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Cyber Monday is here, and you know what that means: it's time to shop the hottest shoe sales of the year! Right here is where you'll find the Editors' Choice footwear deals to make you jump for joy, but be aware that popular sizes will sell out fast. Keep checking back though, as we'll be updating this page throughout the day with the best Cyber Monday shoe deals.

DC Shoes Cyber Monday Sale
Store: DC Shoes
Discount: Buy 1 item, get 2nd item for free via coupon code "BOGO"
Shipping: Free shipping
Expires: December 1
Is It Worth It?: BOGO sales are rare and wonderful creatures, and this one at DC Shoes is the first of its kind. Coupon code "BOGO" delivers buy one, get one deals on all kinds of shoes and apparel, with relatively few exclusions. Better yet, everything ships for free.

UGG Sale at 6pm
Store: 6pm
Discount: Up to 70% off with an extra 20% off via coupon code "6PMCYBMON113020142053"
Shipping: Free shipping
Expires: December 1
Is It Worth It?: Looking for the best UGG sale of the year? Look no further! 6pm has taken up to 70% off a selection of UGG shoes, but you can stack coupon code "6PMCYBMON113020142053" to take an extra 20% off your order. With free shipping on everything, that yields big savings on this normally pricey footwear. For instance, the UGG Men's Auden Boots drop to $72, a $288 savings after the coupon.

Clarks Sale at 6pm
Store: 6pm
Discount: Up to 67% off with an extra 20% off via coupon code "6PMCYBMON113020142053"
Shipping: Free shipping
Expires: December 1
Is It Worth It?: Sturdy and well-made, a pair of Clarks will still keep you comfy long after other shoes have worn out. Today, you can score a pair of these top-notch kicks from 6pm at up to 67% off list price. What's more, coupon code "6PMCYBMON113020142053" knocks another 20% off, which beats our Black Friday mention to become the best sale we've ever seen on this brand from 6pm. After the coupon, the Clarks Men's Pickett Slip-On Shoes drop to $51.99, a $4 low.

New Balance Men's 3190 Running Shoes
Store: Joe's New Balance Outlet
Price: $21.59 in-cart with $6.95 s&h
Lowest By: $9
Expires: December 2
Is It Worth It?: Balancing lightweight construction with a springy REVlite midsole, the New Balance 3190 is an all-around great running shoe if you like a cushioned ride. Add these trainers to cart to see the $22 sale price; you'll save $9 on them. They come in standard, wide, and extra-wide widths, in select sizes from 9 to 14.

Crocs Women's Duet Busy Day Heathered Easy-on Shoes
Store: Crocs
Price: $25.99 via coupon code "CYBER35" with free shipping
Lowest by: $3
Expires: December 1
Is It Worth It?: When you're too busy to even tie your own shoes, you can count on the Crocs Duet Busy Day shoes to keep up with you. Available in Pearl Pink, Graphite, or Light Grey, these slip-on shoes feature super-stretchy uppers and Croslite comfort foam for all-day wear. Coupon code "CYBER35" slashes these sneakers to $26, which beats their Thanksgiving price by a buck to become the best price we've seen. They come in sizes 4 to 10.

Marcy Bonebright is a features writer for, where this article first appeared. 

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