Cyber Monday Deals for Runners

Happy Cyber Monday!

Wait, this isn’t an official holiday?

Well. Less than an hour within sitting down with my laptop, I have already saved $80, so I beg to disagree.

Here are a few of the deals I’ve found so far. They’re only available today, so if you’re in the market for running skirts, half marathons and such, run to get them!

1. $20 off US Half Marathon registration

This deal is for the November 3, 2013 race, not the recently re-branded US Half 2 in April (now known as the Rock’n'Roll San Francisco Half Marathon).

It brings down your cost to just $56.23 (including online processing fees). Pretty good!

2. SkirtSports: 50% to 65% off merchandise

Piles of skirts, running dresses, tops and accessories are on sale for half off or more! I just grabbed two Gym Girl Ultras (my favorite cut) for $35 and $32.50, respectively. No coupon code needed, just head over to SkirtSports.com today and shop away! You can get free shipping on purchases of $100 or more; or if you’ve shopped at SkirtSports.com before, use the free shipping code you got in your latest confirmation email.

3. Garmin Forerunner

Amazon.com has deals on a number of Garmin Forerunner models, including:

The Garmin Forerunner 410 GPS-Enabled Sports Watch with Heart Rate Monitor for $189.98, a 37% discount.

And the Garmin Forerunner 110 GPS-Enabled Unisex Sport Watch (Black) for $144.82, a 28% discount.

4. Pro Compression socks

Through Active GearUp (Active.com’s daily deal-type service), you can get Pro Compression marathon socks for $24.95 instead of $50, a 50% savings. You’ll need to register at Active GearUp to take advantage of the sale.

5. $15 off Grapes of Rock Half Marathon

Wrapping things up with another race registration deal. Use coupon code AXROCKROLL to get $15 off registration for the Grapes of Rock Half Marathon (June 8, 2013), $125. Still pricey, but you do get to enjoy a wine festival (with tasting) and concert after the race. Write it off as a destination race and enjoy!

What Cyber Monday deals have you grabbed a hold of today?