Tampa, Florida -- As the time to buy that perfect gift ended for shoppers on Friday, the chance to spend some of Santa's favorites, gift cards and Christmas cash is only just beginning.
"It's so hard to know what everybody wants so you get them a gift card and they can get the sale after Christmas themselves," explained shopper Deb Mittleman.
Starting Sunday, stores will offer savings, knowing shoppers are ready to spend.
Best Buy will offer deals on a Toshiba 900 Processor laptop, an HP laptop will go for $399 and 37-inch TVs will also be marked down.
"You'll see anywhere from $5, $10, 5 percent, 10 percent off to hundreds of dollars off a product," said Dave Dickerson from Best Buy.
Wal-Mart will have an Acer laptop for under $200.
Target plans 50 percent off on more than 100 DVD and Blu-ray movies.
The store will also offer deals on Vizio 32 inch LED HDTV's and digital cameras.
Retailers say the best advice is to get there early, with stores like Best Buy, Target and Sears opening at 7 a.m.
"Items and quantities can be limited, so you just want to make sure, if it's something you really want, get here as quickly as possible," Dickerson explained.
Some experts caution, though, better deals on electronics can be found in January, or before the Super Bowl if you are in the market for a TV.
They say clothing is where to get the deepest discounts right after Christmas.
In addition to opening early, several stores are offering free shipping on any purchases made Sunday or Monday.
Adam Freeman, 10 News