Missed Black Friday and Cyber Monday? There are still ways to save.

Those who missed the Black Friday and Cyber Monday madness can still get their hands on amazing holiday deals. Some of the best finds include the cheapest ever unlocked iPhone 4 16GB, starting at just $100 at eBay. 

The iPhone 4 first went on sale early 2011. This holiday season, an unlocked iPhone 416GB is is going for $100 on eBay.

Whether you're prepping your house for the upcoming holidays, or are trying to knock some numbers off that infinite-seeming gift list, we've found several ways to save. Target beats its Cyber Monday Christmas sale by knocking an extra 15% off and stacking gift cards with already-reduced trees and decor, while we've spotted the cheapest ever unlocked iPhone 16GB phone at eBay. These deals, and more are in today's list of five Editors' Choice deals that we found overnight and early this morning.

Top Home Deal

Christmas Tree & Holiday Decor Sale

Store: Target
Discount: Up to 40% off w/ extra 15% off (in cart) + $5 off $50 via "TGT4QBJF"and $10 gift card w/ trees over $50
Shipping: Free shipping
Expires: Today
Do You Need It?: Since December has arrived, we can think about dressing our homes appropriately for the upcoming holidays. Luckily, Target has discounted a wide range of baubles, bells, and beautiful trees to keep you caught up with the Joneses. Since its knocked an extra 15% off and is offering free gift cards with Christmas tree orders over $50, this even beats our Cyber Monday Christmas sale. Two to consider from the sale are the Philips 6.5-Foot Balsam Fir Multicolor Pre-lit Christmas Tree (pictured) for$120.97 ($114 off list), which is bundled with a $10 gift card, or the Smith & Hawken 30" Estate Size Curled Wreath for $57.54 (a $103 low).

Top Gadget Deal

Quirky Sale

Store: Quirky
Discount: 50% off sitewide via coupon code "CYBER50"
Shipping: $3 or free shipping over $30
Do You Need It?: If you're looking for a top-notch gift for that hard-to-please gadget-lover on your list, you'll be sure to bag an impressive solar-powered whatsit or digital thingymajig while Quirky hosts its best ever sale. Note that some exclusions apply.

Top Security Deal

Motorola Scout 500-2 Remote Wireless Monitor w/ 2 Cameras

Store: Woot
Price: $69.99 plus $5 s&h
Lowest by: $44
Expires: Today
Do You Need It?: It's likely you've spent all your hard-earned cash during the Black Friday madness, so you'll want to protect the self-indulgent spoils you acquired. This 2-camera security system at Woot costs $44 less than the next best store, making it a bargain to befit anyone looking for a little more protection at home. It features a wireless range of 520 feet, night vision, microphone, out-of-range alert, volume control, and stand.

Top iPhone Deal

Refurb Unlocked Apple iPhone 4 16GB GSM Smartphone

Store: YouBuyRite via eBay
Price: $124.95 with free shipping
Lowest by: $105
Do You Need It?: Despite the great deals we saw on the iPhone 5 and 6 over the busy shopping period last week, you still may not have been able to afford to take the plunge on the pricey phone. However, this deal has appeared for budget-conscious Apple lovers; it's the cheapest ever unlocked 16GB iPhone 4 we've seen. It's also $105 less than a new unit elsewhere. It's compatible with GSM networks such as AT&T, T-Mobile, and Vodafone; it can't be used with CDMA networks such as Verizon or Sprint. (Note that no warranty information is provided and it cannot support iOS 8.)

Top Laptop Accessory Deal

Devo Folding Travel Laptop Table

Store: Adorama via Amazon
Price: $5.95 with free shipping
Lowest by: $11
Do You Need It?: Whether you're getting to grips with your mounting workload or just can't wait until you get home to access DealNews' desktop site (don't forget about our apps!), you can nab this travel laptop table at a low price and stay connected to the grid easier than ever. It's $11 cheaper than any similar model elsewhere. This table purportedly fits into carry-on bags and hooks onto upright luggage.
Total Savings: At least $160

Donna Doyle is the associate editor for dealnews.com, where this article first appeared. 

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