Cyber Monday deals begin on November 30. However, that’s not stopping hundreds of retailers from unveiling their early Cyber Monday deals this weekend, as Black Friday deals slow down. So far the first wave of deals is strong with prices that continue to destroy 2020’s best deals.
The new 2020 Macs, for example, are still up to $100 off. These are deals on Apple’s new M1-packing machines.
If you didn’t buy a TV last week, then this is the weekend to make your purchase. 4K OLED TVs have dropped as low $899, which is a price we never imagined to see. (Best Buy has the Vizio 55-inch 4K TV for $899). If you were hoping to spend less, there are many 65-inch and 75-inch 4K TVs going for as little as $399.
What remains elusive are deals on consoles. As expected, the PS5 and Xbox Series X are impossible to find in stock. And while we have see some epic Nintendo Switch bundles for just $299, they tend to sell out within the hour — if not faster.
Excluding tech, Cyber Monday deals are also a solid time to upgrade your home. We’re seeing amazing mattress sales from the likes of Nectar, Sealy, and Casper. Many mattress retailers are taking up to $400 off on both mattresses, bedding bundles, and home furniture.
To help you prepare for Cyber Monday, we’re curating all the best Cyber Monday deals of this weekend. So keep it locked to Tom’s Guide for the best early deals you can get now.
TCL 55″ 4K Android TV: was $399 now $199 @ Best Buy This TCL 4 Series model has everything you could need in a new TV: sharp 4K picture quality, good audio, and access to all of your favorite streaming apps. Plus a 55-inch screen for under $199? This is one of the top Cyber Monday deals around. But act fast — this same deal sold out within hours on Thanksgiving. View Deal
Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite: was $29 now $17 @ Amazon The Fire TV Stick Lite is a cheaper version of the Fire TV Stick. This 1080p streamer supports HDR, HDR 10, HDR10+, and HLG, but it lacks Dolby Atmos Audio and dedicated volume/power buttons. Otherwise, this streamer is your best pick if you’re looking for a cheap streamer. View Deal
Asus ROG Zephyrus G14: was $1,449 now $1,199 @ Best Buy. The Asus ROG Zephyrus G14 is a lean, mean gaming machine. It comes with an AMD Ryzen 9 processor and Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 GPU, which means great performance for gaming and everything else. With a 14-inch Full HD 144Hz display and four speakers up to 2.5 watts, you’re in for an fully immersive gaming experience. View Deal
Vizio 50″ 4K QLED TV: was $349 now $298 @ Walmart QLED on the cheap! The Vizio M506x is one of the least-expensive QLED TVs we’ve seen. This 4K TV is designed for gamers thanks it its IQ Active processor, which offers fast response times, low lag, and smooth action scenes. It also has built-in Chromecast and support for both Alexa and Google Assistant. It’s one of the best Cyber Monday deals we’ve seen. View Deal
Nike sale: up to 40% off @ Nike This is one of the most aggressive Cyber Monday deals we’ve seen from Nike. For a limited time, Nike is taking up to 40% off select sneakers, tech fleece, apparel, and backpacks. After discount, prices start as low as $7. View Deal
Nectar Memory Foam Mattress: was $798 now $499 + $399 of free gifts @ Nectar The Nectar Memory Foam Mattress sits at the top of our list when it comes to mattresses. Not only did it get a full five star review, but we found it exceptionally comfortable and supportive, and not too hot at night. It comes with a huge 365-night trial and a forever guarantee. Depending on which size you choose, there’s a $300 or $400 discount. Plus, you’ll get luxury sheets, pillows, and a mattress protector worth $399 thrown in for free.View Deal
Oculus Quest 2: $299 w/ $15 gift card @ Newegg The new Oculus Quest 2 is our favorite standalone VR headset. It’s been hard to find in stock, but Newegg now has it in stock and they’re bundling it with a free $15 Newegg gift cards. It’s not a dollar-off discount, but it’s still the best Cyber Monday deal we’ve seen for this headset. View Deal
Hulu: was $5.99 now $1.99/month Perfect for cord cutters: Enjoy unlimited access to Hulu’s deep vault of TV shows and movies, from classic sitcoms to mystery procedurals as well as addictive reality fare and Oscar-winning dramas. View Deal
iPhone SE: was $349 now $249 @ Walmart Walmart is cutting the price of the iPhone SE in half. To get the phone for $249, you’ll need to buy it through either Straight Talk or True Wireless. The Editor’s Choice iPhone SE features a 4.7-inch Retina Display, A13 Bionic CPU, 12MP rear camera, and 7MP front camera. View Deal
iPhone 12: free with Unlimited + trade-in @ Verizon At Verizon, trade-in an iPhone X (or higher), sign up for a Verizon Unlimited plan, and you can get the new iPhone 12 for free (with a 24-month installment plan). That’s $799 off and one of the best Cyber Monday deals we’ve seen on Apple’s latest phone. View Deal
iPhone 12: Save $900 with AT&T @ Best Buy Since the 64GB iPhone 12 is $799, you can, in theory, get yourself a free iPhone 12 through Best Buy. You just need to sign on for an unlimited plan with AT&T, have an eligible device to trade-in, and it’s all yours. Plus it’s $200 more than what AT&T offers if you go direct.View Deal
Apple Mac Mini M1 (Late 2020): was $699 now $639 @ B&H Part of Apple’s new line of Macs, the 2020 Mac Mini sports Apple’s new blazing fast M1 chip. With a small form factor, strong performance, and support for two large monitors, it’s a great option for any workflow. It’s now $60 off and $10 cheaper than it was on Thanksgiving Day! View Deal
Bose Bluetooth Buds: was $129 now $89 @ Amazon Looking for affordable Bose headphones? Amazon has the Bose Bluetooth Headphones on sale for $89. They’re sweat/weather resistant, which makes them great for running/workouts. Plus, they give you 6 hours of battery life per charge. View Deal
MacBook Pro M1: was $1,299 now $1,199 @ B&H Photo The new MacBook Pro is powered by Apple’s new M1 chip. That means it’s a lot faster and delivers longer battery life than previous MacBook Pros. And now you can save $100. This beats Amazon’s price, which is only $50 off. View Deal
Vizio 55″ OLED 4K TV: was $1,299 now $899 @ Best Buy The best OLED TV deal of all-time is back in stock. Best Buy has the Vizio 55-inch 4K OLED TV on sale for $899.99. That’s $400 off and the cheapest OLED TV ever. The TV packs Vizio’s new IQ Ultra CPU and the company’s new ProGaming Engine, which is designed for Xbox and PS4 gameplay. It supports Dolby Vision HDR, DTS Virtual X, Vizio SmartCast, and a host of digital assistants for hands-free control of your TV. The 65-inch model is also $500 off. (The 55-inch model is coming in and out of stock). View Deal
Best Cyber Monday TV deals
Cheap 75″ 4K TV
Hisense 75″ 4K Android TV: was $999 now $599 @ Best Buy Stream to your heart’s content with this gigantic and immersive 4K TV. Best Buy has the Hisense 75-inch 4K Anroid TV on sale for $599.99. That’s $400 off! The TV has support for Dolby Vision HDR, HDR10 video standards plus DTS Virtual: X, which means your shows and movies will sound and look great.View Deal
Insignia 24″ Fire TV:was $149 now $79 @ Best Buy It may be small, but this 24-inch Fire TV features Alexa so you can stream from your favorite apps and even control your TV via the voice remote. This Cyber Monday deal is on sale for just $79.99. View Deal
Toshiba 32″ Fire TV: was $179 now $119 @ Best Buy Best Buy is knocking the price of this 32-inch Fire TV down to just $119. It has built-in Fire TV access, which means you’ve got support for Netflix, Disney Plus, Hulu and, of course, Prime Video. It also comes with a voice remote, so you can control certain functions of your TV with the sound of your voice. View Deal
TCL 32″ Roku TV: was $189 now $129 @ Amazon The 32-inch TCL 3-Series Roku TV is one of the best Cyber Monday deals you can get right now because it supports our favorite smart TV platform for midrange sets. It’s the best TCL you can get for the price, and now it’s on sale.View Deal
Insignia 55″ 4K Fire TV: was $429 now $279 @ Best Buy If you want a big-screen TV that won’t break the bank, you’ll be hard pressed to find a better deal than this. Best Buy has the Insignia 55-inch 4K Fire TV back on sale for just $279. Like all Fire TVs, it gives you access to tons of content/apps as well as access to Amazon’s digital assistant, Alexa. View Deal
Sony 4K Android TVs: deals from $449 @ Amazon Amazon is taking up to $300 off a wide range of 2020 Sony 4K Android TVs. After discount, these Cyber Monday deals start as low as $448.View Deal
Samsung 70″ 4K TV: was $749 now $529 @ Best Buy Best Buy has this Samsung 70-inch 4K TV on sale for $529. That’s $220 off and one of the least-expensive 70-inch name brand TVs we’ve seen. It features 4K resolution, HDR10+ support, 120Hz motion rate, and Samsung’s Tizen OS. It’s one of the best Cyber Monday deals we’ve seen for a 70-inch Samsung. View Deal
LG 75″ 4K Smart webOS TV: was $849 now $649 @ Best Buy LG’s 4K TVs are some of the best, and this one is sure to follow suit. The webOS store gives you access to top apps, including Netflix, Sling, Hulu and Prime Video. Meanwhile, support for Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, Apple AirPlay 2, and HomeKit mean it will fit right in with your smart home. View Deal
Vizio 55″ OLED 4K TV: was $1,299 now $899 @ Best Buy Vizio’s first OLED TV is back on sale at its lowest price ever. The 55-inch 4K OLED TV packs Vizio’s new IQ Ultra CPU and the company’s new ProGaming Engine, which is designed for Xbox and PS4 gameplay. It supports Dolby Vision HDR, DTS Virtual X, Vizio SmartCast, and a host of digital assistants for hands-free control of your TV. The 65-inch model is also $500 off. View Deal
Sony Bravia 65″ OLED: was $2,799 now $1,799 @ Best Buy This 65-inch 4K set supports Dolby Vision HDR, HGL, HDR10, has 4 HDMI ports, 3 USB ports, and one ethernet port. It did very well on our lab tests, and even better when watching movies and TV shows. Best Buy is slashing $1,000 off its price. View Deal
Samsung 4K QLED TVs: up to $3,000 off @ Best Buy Best Buy is knocking from $100 to $3,000 off a variety of Samsung TVs including the company’s QLED TVs. These are among the biggest discounts we’ve seen on Samsung 4K TVs. View Deal
Best Cyber Monday laptop deals
MacBook Air: was $999 now $799 @ Best Buy It’s no longer Apple’s flagship, but the Intel MacBook Air is now the least-expensive Mac laptop you can buy. Best Buy has the MacBook Air on sale for $799. It sports a Core i3-1005G1 CPU, 8GB of RAM, and a 256GB SSD. It also features Apple’s redesigned Magic Keyboard, which is actually great for typing. (Keep an eye on Amazon in case they price match).View Deal
HP Pavilion x360 14t: was $829 now $679 @ NewEgg The 2-in-1 HP Pavilion x360 14t is a powerful convertible laptop that offers great performance thanks to an Intel Core i5 processor, 16GB of RAM and 512GB SSD for speedy storage. It’s also selling for $150 off for a limited time at NewEgg, so act fast!View Deal
Lenovo IdeaPad 5 14″ Laptop: was $799 now $599 @ Walmart The 14-inch Lenovo IdeaPad 5 laptop is light and sturdy, with great performance and a comfortable keyboard. It’s great for students and office professionals alike, with plenty of ports, 256GB SSD hard-drive, and fast AMD Ryzen 7 4700U eight-core processor matched with 8GB of RAM. View Deal
Lenovo ThinkPad X13: was $1,140 now $626 @Lenovo This punchy little laptop boasts solid performance with a 2.50Ghz quad-core AMD processor, 8GB of RAM, 128GB SSD, and an excellent keyboard, typical of Lenovo notebooks. It’s also seriously rugged and durable, despite being just a bit lighter than the 13-inch MacBook Pro.
Gateway GWTN14-1-4RG: was $699 now $449 @ Walmart Small but mighty, the Gateway GWTN14-1RG offers a surprising amount of power given its small form factor. With a 10th Gen Intel Core i5 processor, 16GB RAM and 256GB RAM, this little laptop is well suited to homework and web browsing, making it perfect for a kid’s first school laptop.View Deal
Surface Pro 7 w/ Type Cover: was $849 now $599 at Microsoft Store With Windows 10 built-in, a great display and its high-quality type cover included, the Surface Pro 7 is a steal for anyone looking for a premium convertible laptop. The base config is now $599 in this epic Cyber Monday deal. View Deal
Galaxy Chromebook 4K: was $999 now $349 @ Samsung For a limited time, you can get the Samsung Chromebook 4K for as little as $349 with an eligible trade-in at Samsung. This is one of the few Chromebooks to feature a 13.3-inch 4K screen. It features a Core i5-10210U CPU coupled with 8GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD. View Deal
Microsoft Surface Laptop Go: was $899 now $749 @ Amazon The Surface Laptop Go is ideal for users who want an elegant laptop that won’t break the bank. It features a 12.4-inch 1536 x 1024 touchscreen LCD, Core i5-1035G1 CPU, 8GB of RAM, and 256GB SSD. It’s now at its lowest price ever. View Deal
Dell XPS 13: from $930 now $881 @ Dell Here’s one of the best laptop deals we’ve seen from Dell. Currently, you can get the XPS 13 (7390) on sale for $881.99 via coupon code “50OFF699”. That’s an extra $50 off its sale price, but what really impresses us is this laptop’s spec sheet. It features a 13.3-inch 1080p LCD, Core i7-10510U CPU, 16GB of RAM, and a 256GB SSD. View Deal
LG Ultra PC: was $1,499 now $1,199 at Best Buy This powerful gaming laptop comes with a 17-inch IPS display and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 graphics card that delivers lifelike visuals. Games and software applications run smoothly thanks to the 1.6 GHz Core i5 processor, 16 GB of DDR4 RAM and 512GB of storage.
Dell XPS 13: was $849 now $649 @ Dell Save $200 and get your hands on the excellent XPS 13 for just $649 at Dell. Perfect for work or play, this iteration has a 10th Gen Intel Core i3-10110U CPU, 8GB of RAM and 256GB SSD. The 13.3-inch FHD display is nearly bezel-free. Move fast before it sells out.View Deal
Dell XPS 13 Touch (4K): was $1,699 now $1,199 @ Dell This powerful configuration of the XPS 13 gets you a 10th Gen Core i7 processor, 8GB of RAM, 256GB of SSD storage, and a 4K touch display. Even better, it’s now a generous $500 off! View Deal
Lenovo Yoga C940 4K: was $1,599 now $1,199 @ Best Buy The Yoga C940 has a gorgeous design along with a vivid 4K display. As part of its Cyber Monday deals, Best Buy has this 2-in-1 on sale for $1,199. It features a 14-inch 4K 10-point multi-touch screen, Core i7-1065G7 CPU, 16GB of RAM, 512GB SSD, and built-in Alexa. View Deal
Alienware m15 R3: was $1,450 now $1,401 @ Alienware The Alienware m15 R3 is the cheapest rig in Alienware’s arsenal. But don’t let that fool you. This monster of a machine still provides quite the gaming punch. It features a 15.6-inch 1080p 144Hz LCD, Core i7-10750H CPU, 16GB of RAM, 256GB SSD, and a Radeon RX 5500M GPU. Use coupon “50OFF699” to drop its price to $1,401.39. View Deal
Microsoft sale: up to $700 off PCs @ Microsoft The Microsoft Store is having a massive Cyber Monday sale that takes up to $800 off select PCs. After discount, laptops start at just $349. View Deal
Best Cyber Monday tablet deals
Fire 7 Tablet: was $49 now $39 @ Amazon Currently unavailable: Amazon’s entry-level tablet isn’t its fastest or its brightest, but for reading eBooks and casual web browsing, its price can’t be beat (especially when it’s on sale). Its performance is surprisingly fast for its price, and Amazon added hands-free Alexa activation in a recent update.View Deal
Fire HD 8: was $89 now $54 @ Amazon Currently unavailable: The sweet spot of Amazon’s tablets, the Fire HD 8 has a bright screen (especially for this price) and epic battery life, lasting 13 hours and 50 minutes on a single charge. Plus, just like the Fire HD 10, it also charges over USB-C.View Deal
12.9″ iPad Pro (2018): was $1,149 now $799 @ B&H Photo You can save $350 on Apple’s 1.2-9 inch iPad Pro when you shop at B&H Photo, matching the lowest price drop we’ve seen on this model. This version comes with 64GB of storage and features both Wi-Fi and LTE connectivity. You are buying the late 2018 edition of the iPad Pro and not the newer model, but with savings this substantial, it’s a trade-off some people might be willing to make.View Deal
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7: was $650 now $550 with free $50 gift card @ Best Buy The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 is a true iPad Pro rival. Featuring the fast Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Plus processor and a smooth 120Hz screen, it’s a great tablet for browsing, binge watching or doodling with the bundled S Pen. For $550 it’s a steal – especially with the extra $50 gift card.View Deal
Fire HD 10 tablet: was $149 now $79 @ Amazon Proving that a good tablet doesn’t need to cost a fortune, the Fire HD 10 offers a colorful full HD display, a fast octa-core processor and up to 12 hours of battery life for a new low price. And Alexa is inside, too.View Deal
All-new Kindle: was $89 now $59 @ Amazon The Amazon Kindle features a 6-inch screen and an adjustable front light that lets you read for hours, whether it’s night or day. Plus, a single battery charge will last you weeks. It’s now $30 off and at its lowest price ever. Even better, it includes three free months of Kindle Unlimited.View Deal
Fire 7 Kids Tablet: was $99 now $59 @ Amazon The Fire 7 Kids Edition tablet features a 7-inch display, 1.3GHz quad-core CPU, 1GB of RAM, and 32GB of storage. More importantly, it also comes with a 2-year worry-free warranty and protective case. View Deal
Fire HD 8 Kids Edition: was $139 now $79 @ Amazon The 2020 Amazon Fire HD 8 Kids Edition tablet is 30% faster than its predecessor and also $10 pricier. However, it’s now on sale at its cheapest price ever. It includes a standard bumper case (in blue, pink, or purple), a two-year “worry-free guarantee” (essentially a no-questions asked warranty), and a year of FreeTime Unlimited.View Deal
Amazon Kindle Kids Edition: was $110 now $79 The Kindle Kids Edition gives your kid(s) a simplified interface, reading comprehension tools, a year of Amazon Kids+ (formerly FreeTime Unlimited), a 2-year “worry-free-guarantee” warranty, a colorful magnetic case and — our favorite perk — no special offer ads on the lock screen (which you have to pay to remove normally).View Deal
Amazon Kindle Paperwhite: was $129 now $84 @ Amazon When you want a great Kindle, you get the Kindle Paperwhite. Its easily gripped design makes for easy reading and it’s got the same super-sharp 300 ppi screen as the pricier Kindle Oasis, so your text renders crisply on its e-ink screen. Plus, its IPX8 waterproof rating means you don’t need to worry about it getting a little wet.View Deal
Fire HD 10 Kids Tablet: was $199 now $129 @ Amazon The largest kids tablet in Amazon’s arsenal, the Fire HD 10 packs everything we love about the traditional Fire HD 10 and adds in a 2-year worry free warranty and child-proof case. It’s an excellent tablet for kids or tweens who need more power than Amazon’s other tablets.View Deal
Amazon Kindle Oasis: was $249 now $174 Want a Kindle that screams luxury, but at 30% off? Right now, the aluminum Kindle Oasis, which has page-turning buttons and a warm display setting for night reading — plus the same water resistance and sharp 300ppi screen as the Paperwhite — is $75 off at Amazon. View Deal
Samsung Galaxy Tab A7: was $229 now $169 @ Walmart The new Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 is a mid-range tablet with a 10.4-inch 2000 x 1200 display, Snapdragon 662 CPU, 3GB of RAM, and 32GB of storage. It also boasts a Dolby Atmos quad-speaker setup. Add it to your cart and its price drops to just $169, one of the top Cyber Monday deals we’ve seen. View Deal
Best Cyber Monday headphone deals
Best Noise Cancelling Headphones
Sony WH-1000xM4: was $349 now $278 @ Amazon Hurry! The Editor’s Choice WH-1000XM4 headphones are now at their lowest price ever. They offer excellent sound quality and best-in-class noise cancellation. Plus, they’ve got excellent battery life lasting up to 30 hours with ANC on. Adorama offers the same price on the Sony WH-1000xM4.View Deal
AirPods w/ Charging Case: was $159 now $109 @ Amazon Currently unavailable: Amazon has the Apple AirPods with standard charging case on sale for $109. That’s $49 off and their second-lowest price ever. These cheap AirPods feature Apple’s latest H1 chip for fast wireless connectivity with Apple devices.View Deal
Apple AirPods Pro: was $249 now $169 @ Amazon Currently unavailable: The best AirPods Pro deal of all time is here. Amazon is now selling the AirPods Pro for just $169. That’s $80 off and one of the best Cyber Monday deals of all time. Walmart offers the same price when in stock.View Deal
Bose Bluetooth Buds: was $129 now $89 @ Amazon If you don’t want to spend a lot on Bose buds, Amazon has the Bose Bluetooth Headphones on sale for $89. They’re sweat/weather resistant, which makes them great for running/workouts. Plus, they give you 6 hours of battery life per charge. View Deal
Beats Solo3: was $199 now $119 @ Amazon The Beats Solo3 offer wireless bluetooth and NFC connections, so they’re the perfect companion for modern smartphones. They provide about 40 hours of use per charge. What’s more, a 5 minute charge gives you juice for 3 hours playback with Fast Fuel. They’re now $80 off. View Deal
Galaxy Buds Live: was $169 now $139 @ Amazon The oddly shaped Samsung Galaxy Buds Live are a neat pair of wireless earbuds. They feature active noise cancellation and come in a smart-looking charging case. They’re now $30 off and at their lowest price ever in this Cyber Monday deal. View Deal
Jabra Elite 85h: was $299 now $149 @ Amazon With their powerful noise cancellation and record-breaking 36-hour battery life, the Jabra Elite 85h are among the best noise cancelling headphones you can get. As part of its Cyber Monday deals, Amazon is taking $100 off and offering them at their lowest price of the year.View Deal
Jabra Elite Active 75t: was $199 now $149 @ Amazon The Editor’s Choice wireless earbuds feature crisp, well-balanced sound and noise cancellation. Plus, they’re sweat-proof and offer 7.5 hours of battery life (with the case adding 28 hours). This is one of the best Cyber Monday deals we’ve seen from Jabra. View Deal
Powerbeats Pro: was $249 now $159 @ Amazon Designed for exercise and sporting a sweat-proof finish, the Powerbeats Pro will stay put through almost anything thanks to their smart over-ear design. They also have a nine-hour battery life — long enough to last the biggest gym rats. View Deal
Bose SoundLink II: was $229 now $159 @ Amazon The Bose SoundLink II wireless headphones offer excellent sound quality and an advanced mic system for clear calls. Plus, you get a very good 15 hours of battery life. They’re now $70 off and at their lowest price ever at Amazon. View Deal
Beats Solo Pro Wireless: was $299 now $169 @ Amazon The Beats Solo Pro wireless headphones feature active noise cancelling, an advanced acoustic system, and up to 22 hours of battery life. They’re currently on sale at their second-lowest price ever.View Deal
Bose 700: was $399 now $299 @ Amazon The Bose 700 are one of the best noise-cancelling headphones you can buy. They’re stylish, comfortable to wear, and deliver superior noise cancelling. The Arctic White color is now $299, whereas the silver and black models are $339 in this epic Cyber Monday deal.View Deal
Best Cyber Monday smartwatch deals
Our favorite Apple Watch
Apple Watch 6 (GPS/40mm): was $399 now $329 @ Amazon The new Apple Watch 6 features a brighter display, new S6 processor, and built-in blood oxygen sensors that support Apple’s new Blood Oxygen app. It’s the best Apple Watch you can get and it’s currently $69 off, which is an all-time price low. View Deal
Garmin Vivoactive 3 GPS: was $249 now $129 @ Amazon Keep track of your runs and workouts with the Garmin Vivoactive 3, which is $120 off. It offers built-in GPS and helps monitor your fitness level with various sports apps, including running, yoga, swimming, and more. You also get phone notifications and Garmin Pay contactless payments.View Deal
Garmin Forerunner 645 Music: was $449 now $219 @ Amazon The Garmin Forerunner 645 Music lets you store your songs on the watch itself, so you can leave your phone at home. Plus, this smartwatch has NFC for mobile payments, a bright and colorful screen, and up to five hours of battery life when using GPS. The watch is available in a variety of colors, too.View Deal
Apple Watch SE (GPS/44mm): was $309 now $289 @ Amazon Currently unavailable: The Apple Watch SE is Apple’s new mid-tier smartwatch. It features the same chip found in the Apple Watch 5, but sports a bigger screen than the Apple Watch 3. It also supports Emergency SOS calling, fall detection, and features a built-in compass and always-on altimeter. View Deal
Best Cyber Monday mattress deals
Editor’s Choice mattress
Nectar Memory Foam Mattress: was $798 now $499 + $399 of free gifts @ Nectar The medium-firm Nectar Memory Foam Mattress is our favorite overall mattress. We awarded it a full five stars in our review because we found it to be exceptionally comfortable and supportive, and not too hot at night. It also comes with a huge 365-night trial and a forever guarantee. Depending on which size you choose, there’s a $300 or $400 discount. Even better, you’ll get luxury sheets, pillows, and a mattress protector worth $399 thrown in for free. View Deal
Saatva Classic Mattress: was $999 now $784 at Saatva Save $200: Saatva’s flagship hybrid innerspring mattress comes in three different versions: soft, medium firm, or firm. It’s made from eco-friendly foams, and has a cushioning Euro pillow top with a super-durable dual steel coil system for ultimate support. We loved this mattress when we reviewed it, and with this excellent Cyber Monday deal you can save $200 when you spend over $1,000. That’s better than Saatva’s Cyber Monday deals from last year. View Deal
Tempur-Essential Mattress: was $1,659 now $995 @ Tempur Save up to $1,328: The Essentials Mattress is a special edition medium-soft mattress. Three layers of high-performance foam provide pressure relief and personalized comfort, while a breathable cover wicks moisture away to keep you cool at night. This is the first time this mattress has been on sale online, and all sizes have a 40% off discount,View Deal
Purple Mattress: was $599 now $574 at Purple This Cyber Monday deal gives you up to $100 off the flagship Purple mattress — and you can bump the discount up to $300 by adding a sleep bundle (pillows, sheets and a mattress protector) to your order. The mattress uses an innovative responsive gel grid and dual layers of foam to deliver support and flex, and it has thousands of rave reviews.View Deal
Amerisleep AS3 mattress: was $1,149 now $804 @ Amerisleep Save up to $712 – The AS3 is Amerisleep’s best-selling mattress. It’s an eco-friendly, high-performance foam-based mattress (medium firmness) that uses a plant-based material (Bio-Pur) to promote airflow and help you sleep cool at night. With this Cyber Monday deal, you can save a massive 30%. That cuts the price of a twin size from $1,149 to $804 – and there’s over $700 off the split king, which now costs $1,678, down from $2,390.View Deal
Luxury Hybrid Mattress w/ bundle: was $799 now $599 @ DreamCloud Cyber Monday deals have arrived at DreamCloud. The mattress company is currently taking $200 off its entire Luxury Hybrid line of mattresses. After discount, DreamCloud mattresses start at just $599 for the twin size or $899 for the queen size. Plus, get a free $299 bundle with the purchase of any mattress. The bundle includes a free pillow, mattress protector, and a luxury sheet set. View Deal
GhostBed Luxe mattress: was $1,395 now $977 + 2 free pillows @ Ghostbed Save up to $1,160: Ghostbed calls the Luxe the ‘coolest bed in the world’ and this 13-inch tall luxury foam mattress is packed with cooling tech, including a cool-to-touch quilted cover, gel memory foam, and a layer of thermo-sensitive foam. Additional support layers also adapt to your body to relieve pressure and boost comfort. It’s a great option for anyone who overheats at night.View Deal
Beautyrest: up to $300 off Black mattresses @ Beautyrest Beautyrest is taking up to $300 off its popular Black mattress line for Cyber Monday. After discount, prices start at $1,549 for these top-end mattresses. All mattress purchases come with a 100-night in-home trial, so you can definitely rest easy. View Deal
Casper Original Mattress: was $595 now $506 at Casper Casper’s Cyber Monday deals are now live, cutting 15% off all its mattresses. The Casper Original Mattress is our favorite of the bunch. It has three layers, and an eco-friendly, removable cover that’s machine washable. Plus, it’s built to suit all types of sleepers. After discount, you can get the Casper Original Mattress (twin) for $506 (was $595) or the Casper Original Mattress (queen) for $931 (was $1,095).View Deal
Essentials Mattress: was $1,659 now $995 @ Tempur-Pedic The Essentials Mattress is a special edition mattress that offers pressure relief and comfort while offering a medium-soft feel. This is the first time the mattress has been on sale and all sizes are getting a generous 40% off discount. After discount, the twin size is just $995 ($664 off), whereas the queen size is $1,199 ($800 off).View Deal
Saatva: $200 off $1,000 @ Saatva Shopping for a premium mattress? You’ll want to check out this Cyber Monday deal. Currently, Saatva is taking $200 off purchases of $1,000 or more. That’s the biggest dollar-off discount we’ve seen from Saatva all year. Even better, it beats Cyber Monday deals from the last year (which took $150 off $1,000). View Deal
Casper Duvet: was $199 now $179 @ Casper Cozy up with a new duvet this forthcoming winter season. As part of its Cyber Monday deals, Casper is taking 10% off all duvets. It offers three styles: down-alternative, down, and humidity fighting. After discount, prices start at just $179 for a queen-size duvet. View Deal
Emma Original mattress: was $599 now $359 @ Emma The award-winning Emma Original is a superb, medium-firm memory foam mattress. It’s exceptionally comfortable and supportive, and durable too — we’ve had ours for two years and still love it. Use coupon code “EMMABF” to drop is price to an all-time low of $359.40. View Deal
Nectar Duvet: was $179 now $90 @ Nectar The Nectar Hit the Hay Duvet offers a 300-thread count of softness. It’s made of breathable cotton to keep you warm in the winter and cool over the summer. All sizes are currently on sale and you can get the queen size duvet for just $90. View Deal
Layla weighted blanket:$30 off all blankets @ Layla Get $30 off all Layla weighted blankets during Layla’s Cyber Monday deals event. Weighted blankets are designed to reduce stress and come in three sizes with prices starting from $99. View Deal
Tempur-Pedic Premium Soft Sheet Set: was $169 now $126 @ Tempur-Pedic Available in five stunning colors and the right dimensions for just about every type of mattress, these soft sheets will keep you cool through the year thanks to their blend of rayon, from bamboo and cotton. View Deal
Best Cyber Monday $50 and under deals
Best bang for your buck
Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite: was $29 now $17 @ Amazon Currently unavailable: The Fire TV Stick Lite is a cheaper version of the Fire TV Stick. This 1080p streamer supports HDR, HDR 10, HDR10+, and HLG, but it lacks Dolby Atmos Audio and dedicated volume/power buttons. Otherwise, this streamer is your best pick if you’re looking for a cheap streamer. View Deal
JBL GO2: was $48 now $29 @ Amazon The JBL GO2 is an ultra-portable, waterproof speaker that comes in 12 different colors and offers 5 continuous hours of playtime. Not only can it survive the elements, but it also offers JBL-quality sound at a fraction of the cost of the brand’s bigger speakers.View Deal
Fire 7 Tablet: was $49 now $39 @ Amazon Currently unavailable: Amazon’s entry-level tablet isn’t its fastest or its brightest, but for reading eBooks and casual web browsing, its price can’t be beat (especially when it’s on sale). Its performance is surprisingly fast for its price, and Amazon added hands-free Alexa activation in a recent update.View Deal
Roku Streaming Stick Plus 4K: was $49 now $29 @ Amazon The Roku Streaming Stick Plus 4K is the best overall Roku device on the market. It supports 4K streams and you also get a strong wireless receiver and a bundled voice remote. It’s now at its lowest price ever and $7 cheaper than it was during Prime Day. View Deal
Best Cyber Monday appliance deals
A must for home baristas
Bodum Pour Over Coffee Dripper: was $15 now $9 @ Amazon The Bodum Pour Over Coffee Dripper isn’t a kitchen appliance per se, but it can come in handy if you don’t have a coffee machine. It features a fine mesh stainless steel filter that eliminates the need for paper filters. It also comes with a 12-ounce double wall coffee mug.View Deal
Insignia Compact Microwave was $69 now $44.99 @ Best Buy If you’re in the market for a small microwave this 700-watt, 0.7-cubic-foot countertop model could fit the bill. It has a 10-inch turntable, six presets, and 11 power levels. And for $44, it’s competitively priced.View Deal
Magic Chef 6-Qt. Multi-Cooker: was $99 now $59 @ Home Depot The Magic Chef multi-cooker is a 9-in-1 do-it-all device for your kitchen. It can be used as a pressure cooker, slow cooker, or to cook rice or make yogurt. The 14 preset functions make meal preparation quick and easy. It includes a recipe book and all of the accessories you’ll need.View Deal
Nespresso Essenza: was $199 now $99 @ Best Buy The Nespresso Essenza is a compact espresso machine that uses Nespresso’s capsules to brew the perfect cup of joe. This deal, which cuts the price by 50%, also includes the Aeroccino 3 milk frother for making cappuccinos. It’s one of the best Cyber Monday kitchen appliance deals we’ve seen so far. View Deal
Ninja Foodi 8-Qt Cooker: was $249 now $169 @ Best Buy Save time and effort while still making delicious food with the Ninja Foodi, an 8-in-1 pressure cooker that can double as an air fryer. This deal is for the 8-quart model, which is big enough to feed your family and still have leftovers. The Foodi is currently $50 off, making it a great early deal.View Deal
Viking appliances: buy one, get one free @ Appliances Connection People love Viking appliances for their stylish looks and solid performance. For Cyber Monday, if you purchase a qualifying range, oven, or refrigerator, you can get a refrigerator, microwave, convection microwave, or range hood for free.View Deal
Best Cyber Monday gaming deals
Razer Kraken Gaming Headset: was $79 now $49 @ Amazon This top Razer gaming headset packs gel-infused ear cushions and a noise-isolating microphone to keep you comfortable and on top of your game for hours on end. It’s currently $30 off and comes PS5-ready at launch.View Deal
PS5: from $399 @ Amazon (check stock) The PS5 is one of the hottest gifts this holiday season. The PS5 Digital Edition (no discs) sells for $399, whereas the PS5 Standard sells for $499. Although that’s retail price for both systems, these systems have been near-impossible to find in stock since their launch. View Deal
Xbox Series S & X: from $299 @ Amazon The Xbox Series S and Series X are the latest-gen consoles from Microsoft. They sell for $299 and $499, respectively. That’s list price for both systems, but these consoles have been near-impossible to find since their launch. Unlike the Series X, the cheaper Xbox Series S doesn’t support 4K gaming or physical discs. View Deal
Xbox Game Pass Ultimate: was $15 now $1 @ MS Store Xbox Game Pass Ultimate gives you access to a whole load of PC games as well and cross-platform titles that’ll sync across a Windows 10 machine and an Xbox One or Xbox Series X. For a limited time, it’s price has been slashed down to just $1, making it a huge bargain. View Deal
Xbox Wireless Controller: was $59 now $39 @ MS Store The Xbox One controller will work fine with both the old and new Xbox consoles. Currently, the gray/blue colorway is available at a discount, but different color schemes tend to go on and off sale every few days.View Deal
Watch Dogs Legion: was $59 now $29 @ Amazon Watch Dogs Legion is the third game in Ubisoft’s dystopian open-world stealth series. You can play as just about anyone you meet in a near-future London. Each character has different strengths and weaknesses, and building your team is half the challenge. This game offers Smart Delivery for Xbox One and Xbox Series X.View Deal
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: was $59 now $49 @ Amazon Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is the latest game in Ubisoft’s long-running historical action/stealth series. This time, you’ll take control of a Viking in medieval England who must forge a tenuous peace between the Christian Saxons and the pagan Danes. Amazon has this highly-anticipated game at a slight discount. It’ll work with both the Xbox One and Xbox Series X.View Deal
Dell G5 gaming desktop: was $699 now $666 @ Dell If you’re on a budget then this Dell gaming desktop is the one for you. For under $700 it offers a Core i3 processor, 8GB of RAM, 1TB of storage space, and an AMD Radeon RX 5300 graphics card. Use coupon “EXTRA50” to drop its price to $617.39.View Deal
Gigabyte Aero 15: was $1,899 now $1,349 @ Amazon The Gigabyte AERO 15 4K OLED laptop is one of the best gaming machines on the planet. The Editor’s Choice machine packs a stunning 4K OLED display, 2.6GHz Core i7-9750H CPU, 16GB of RAM, 512GB SSD, and a GTX 1660 Ti GPU. It’s a whopping $550 off.View Deal
Aurora R11 w/ RTX 3080: was $1,969 now $1,819 @ Alienware Looking for Cyber Monday RTX 3080 deals? Currently, Alienware has its Aurora R11 with the RTX 3080 on sale for $1,871.79 via coupon code “50OFF699”. That’s just $10 shy of its Prime Day price low. This killer rig features a Core i7-10700F CPU, 8GB of RAM, 1TB 7200 rpm HDD, and a GeForce RTX 3080 10GB GPU. It’s only the second time we see a desktop with an RTX 3080 get a discount.View Deal
Dell G3 15 gaming laptop: was $959 now $832 @ Dell A budget option for those who can’t spend their life savings on a new gaming laptop. It comes with a 15.6-inch FHD display with 120Hz refresh rate, a 10th Gen Core i7 processor, a Nvidia GeForce GTX GPU, 8GB of RAM, and a 256GB SSD. View Deal
Asus ROG Zephyrus M15 15.6-inch gaming laptop: was $1,579, now $1,249 @ Best Buy The 15-inch ROG Zephyrus has a 1080p display, 2.6GHz Intel Core i7-10750H processor, 16GB RAM, an Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 Max-Q GPU, and a 1TB SSD. This deal also comes with a one-month subscription to Xbox Game Pass and a six-month subscription to Trend Micro Internet Security. View Deal
HP Omen 15 gaming laptop: was $1,349 now $949 @ Best Buy Complete with a 15.6-inch FHD display, a 1TB SSD, 16GB of RAM, a GeForce GTX 1660 Ti GPU, and fourth-gen AMD Ryzen 7 CPU, this is a sold gaming laptop for those of you on a budget. It also includes Far Cry 6 and a 6-month subscription to Trend Micro Internet Security.View Deal
Best Cyber Monday smart home deals
Lowest price ever
Echo Dot: was $49 now $18 @ Amazon Currently unavailable: The Echo Dot is one of our favorite smart speakers. The third-generation Alexa-powered device is now $21 off, delivering Alexa support and good audio quality in a compact design.View Deal
Echo Dot w/ The Child Stand: was $64 now $38 @ Amazon Personalize your smart home devices with this third-gen Echo Dot that includes a Mandalorian Baby Yoda stand complete with green, pointy ears. It’s $26 off and the cheapest price you’ll find. View Deal
Echo Show 5: was $89 now $44 @ Best Buy The Echo Show 5 is a budget smart display you can use to keep in touch with family and friends. Its 5.5-inch screen is perfect for checking the weather, managing to-do lists, or making video calls.View Deal
Ring Indoor Cam: was $59 now $44 @Amazon The Ring Indoor Cam is a basic security camera. You’ve got to plug it into the wall, but it’s easy to set up and connects to a 2.4-GHz Wi-Fi network. It’s on sale for just $44.99, which is its lowest price to date. View Deal
Echo Show 5 w/ Blink Cam: was $124 now $49 @ Best Buy The Echo Show 5 is a compact smart display with a 5.5-inch screen that’s perfect for checking the weather, managing to-do lists, or making video calls. This bundle includes a Blink Mini Cam and costs just $109. View Deal
Echo Show 8 w/ Food Network: was $144 now $64 @ Amazon The Echo Show 8 can be used to control other smart home devices, stream music, or catch up on the day’s news. It comes with a free Food Network Kitchen subscription, so you can keep your Echo Show 8 on your kitchen counter as you recreate your favorite recipes. View Deal
TP-Link RE650: was $149 now $109 @ Amazon The Editor’s Choice TP-Link RE650 is on sale for $109.99. That’s $40 off and the lowest price we’ve ever seen for this extender. With great performance and an impressive 75-foot range, it’s the top Wi-Fi extender we’ve reviewed this year. View Deal
Best Cyber Monday phone deals
Budget iPhone now cheaper
iPhone SE: was $399 now $249 @ Walmart Walmart is cutting the price of the iPhone SE to just $249. To get the phone for $249, you’ll need to buy it through either Straight Talk or True Wireless. The Editor’s Choice iPhone SE features a 4.7-inch Retina Display, A13 Bionic CPU, 12MP rear camera, and 7MP front camera. View Deal
Pixel 5: was $699 now $599 @ Best Buy You can save $100 on the Pixel 5 when you activate the phone with a wireless carrier (AT&T, Sprint or Verizon) during checkout. If you prefer an unlocked model, you’ll still save $50 off its regular price.View Deal
OnePlus 8 Pro: was $899 now $799 @ OnePlus The OnePlus 8 Pro is available at a $100 discount through November 30 when you buy the phone directly from OnePlus. You can expect top performance from the Snapdragon 865 processor, fast charging, and solid photos from the four rear cameras.View Deal
Galaxy Note 10 Plus (256GB): was $1,099 now $649 @ MS Store The Note 10 Plus boast plenty of great features, such as the signature S Pen with new air gestures, class-leading CPU and RAM, lengthy battery life, fast charging, and a huge 6.8-inch AMOLED display. It’s now on sale for an insanely low $649 at the MS Store. Plus, during checkout you can get up to 50% off accessories.View Deal
Galaxy Z Fold 2: was $1,999 now $999 @ Samsung Samsung’s flagship foldable phone is 50% off in this epic Cyber Monday deal. Currently, when you buy a new Galaxy Z Fold 2 and trade in an eligible device, you’ll get 50% off the Galaxy Z Fold 2. The Galaxy Z Fold 2 features a main 7.6-inch 120Hz display, 6.2-inch 60Hz cover display, Snapdragon 865 Plus CPU, 12GB of RAM, 256GB of storage, and three 12MP rear camera lenses. View Deal
iPhone 12 mini: was $699 now free @ AT&T Starting Nov. 6, you’ll be able to get $700 in bill credits at AT&T when you buy a new iPhone 12 model and trade-in your old phone. That $700 covers the cost of a new iPhone 12 mini. This deal is open to new and existing AT&T customers. It’s one of the best Cyber Monday deals you’ll find on Apple’s new phone. View Deal
iPhone 12: free with Unlimited + trade-in @ Verizon At Verizon, trade-in an iPhone X (or higher), sign up for a Verizon Unlimited plan, and you can get the new iPhone 12 for free (with a 24-month installment plan). That’s $799 off and one of the best deals we’ve seen on Apple’s latest phone. View Deal
iPhone 12: free Bose headphones + $50 GC @ Visible Cyber Monday deals have arrived at Visible. For a limited time, Visible is offering new customers deals on all iPhone 12 models. Each deal includes a free prepaid Mastercard and Bose SoundsLink II Wireless Headphones. You’ll pay slightly more than list price for each iPhone, but you’ll get more than reimbursed via the headphones and prepaid Mastercard. Gift cards range from $50 for the iPhone 12 mini to $200 for the iPhone 12 Pro Max. View Deal
iPhone 12: $150 Mastercard for T-Mobile/Sprint @ Apple For a limited time, T-Mobile and Sprint customers who purchase an iPhone 12 via the Apple Store and trade-in an iPhone 8 or newer will receive a $150 Mastercard. (You’ll receive a promo code for the card, which can be validated at T-Mobile). This is one of the best iPhone 12 Cyber Monday deals we’ve seen. (You can view the full details of this promo below the 5th footnote on the Apple Store page). View Deal
Best Cyber Monday streaming deals
Our favorite streamer
Roku Streaming Stick Plus 4K: was $49 now $29 @ Amazon The Roku Streaming Stick Plus 4K is the best overall Roku device on the market. It supports 4K streams and you also get a strong wireless receiver and a bundled voice remote. It’s now at its lowest price ever and $7 cheaper than it was during Prime Day. View Deal
Hulu: was $5.99 now $1.99/month Enjoy unlimited access to Hulu’s deep vault of TV shows and movies, from classic sitcoms to mystery procedurals as well as addictive reality fare and Oscar-winning dramas. View Deal
Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite: was $29 now $17 @ Amazon Don’t own a 4K TV? The Fire TV Stick Lite is a cheaper version of the Fire TV Stick. This 1080p streamer supports HDR, HDR 10, HDR10+, and HLG, but it lacks Dolby Atmos Audio and dedicated volume/power buttons. Otherwise, this streamer is your best pick if you’re looking for a cheap streamer. View Deal
Roku Premiere 4K: was $39 now $24 @ Amazon The 4K streaming market is filled with expensive boxes, but with the Roku Premiere 4K, you get UHD at a very affordable price. Plus, it comes with Roku’s excellent interface, a remote and access to thousands of streaming channels.View Deal
Fire TV Stick 4K: was $49 now $29 @ Amazon Currently unavailable: For 4K resolution, HDR color palettes, and speedy navigation, the Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K is the streamer to get. You can stream videos, listen to music, interact with Alexa, and play games for just $29.99. View Deal
Roku Streaming Stick 1080p: was $49 now $34 @ Best Buy The Roku Streaming Stick gives you 1080p streaming quality and access to hundreds of channels and apps, including Apple TV, Prime Video, Netflix, Sling TV, and Disney Plus. If you don’t require 4K streams, this is the deal for you and it’s now $10 off. View Deal
Roku Ultra LT: was $79 now $59 @ Walmart The Roku Ultra LT offers the best features of Roku’s pricier streaming boxes at a reasonable price. It offers 4K streaming, snappy performance, and Ethernet/microSD ports. Not to mention, access to tons of streaming content. View Deal
Apple TV 4K: buy one, get a $50 gift card @ Apple Probably the best streaming box for Apple fans, thanks to solid integration with iOS, MacOS, HomeKit, and your iTunes library. Prices start at $179 for the 32GB model, and once your purchase is complete you’ll get a $50 Apple gift card to spend on some other Apple purchase.View Deal
Best Cyber Monday fitness deals
Editor’s Choice Fitbit
Fibit Charge 4: was $149 now $99 @ Amazon The Editor’s Choice Fitbit Charge 4 features built in GPS, a heart rate monitor, sleep tracking, contactless payments, and it’s also water resistant. Amazon has it on sale at its lowest price ever.View Deal
DeskCycle 2: was $199 now $159 @ Amazon This under-desk exercise bike offers eight levels of resistance, a smooth pedaling motion and whisper-quiet operation. The DeskCycle 2 fits under desks as low as 27 inches and the LCD screen gives you real-time results of your workout.View Deal
Sunny Health & Fitness Indoor Bike: was $299 now $242 @ Walmart This belt-driven indoor bike features everything you need for an endorphin-driven at-home cycling workout. It has a 40-lb. chromed flywheel combined with a belt drive mechanism for smooth and quiet workouts. The steel bike also has an LCD monitor that displays time, speed, distance, and calories. It’s one of the best Cyber Monday deals for anyone looking to build out their home gym.View Deal
Best Cyber Monday Bluetooth speaker deals
Best under $100
UE WONDERBOOM 2: was $99 now $49 @ Best Buy The UE WONDERBOOM 2 packs a serious punch for its size, making it one of the best Bluetooth speakers under $100. It gets 13 hours of battery life and 100 feet of range, which is great for days spent outdoors.View Deal
JBL Clip 3: was $69 now $29 @ Dell Thanks to its IPX7 certification, the JBL Clip 3 speaker can be brought to the beach and survive submersion. It’s available in 13 different colors, so you can match it to the bag you plan to *clip* it to.View Deal
JBL GO2: was $48 now $29 @ Amazon The JBL GO2 is an ultra-portable, waterproof speaker that comes in 12 different colors and offers 5 continuous hours of playtime. Not only can it face the elements: it also offers JBL-quality sound at a fraction of the cost of the brand’s bigger speakers.View Deal
Best Cyber Monday robot vacuum deals
Eufy RoboVac 11S: was $229 now $149 @ Amazon One of the toughest places to vacuum is underneath furniture; the low profile of the RoboVac 11s lets it suck up all those dust bunnies. You can’t control it with your smartphone, but it’s able to get underneath everything.View Deal
Roborock S4 Max was $429 now $319 @ Amazon The Roborock S4 Max is our current top pick among the best robot vacuums, and for Cyber Monday, it’s discounted by $110. In our Roborock S4 Max review, we liked its excellent cleaning capabilities and fast mapping. Make sure to use the on-page coupon to get $110 off and drop the price to $319.View Deal
iRobot Roomba i3+: was $599 now $399 @ Best Buy The Roomba i3+ has a self-emptying base that takes up to 60 days to fill, removing yet another chore from your to-do list. Normally priced at $599, you can get the Roomba i3+ for $200 less at Best Buy, which is the cheapest price we’ve seen to date for this vacuum. View Deal
Best Cyber Monday apparel deals
Save on hoodies, sneakers
Nike sale: up to 40% off @ Nike This is one of the most aggressive Cyber Monday deals we’ve seen from Nike. Currently, the retailer is taking up to 40% off select sneakers, tech fleece, apparel, and backpacks. After discount, prices start as low as $7. View Deal
J.Crew: up to 30% off men’s and women’s apparel From women’s slim crop pants to men’s polos, these deals knock up to 30% off a wide variety of apparel at the J.Crew Amazon store. Men’s polos start as low as $7 and women’s jeans start from $19. View Deal
Best Cyber Monday Toy deals
Mandalorian Battle Pack: was $14 now $11 @ Amazon This is the way… to save money. Recreate one of the best scenes in The Mandalorian’s first season with this Lego battle pack. It includes four Mando warriors, a speeder, and more firing studs than you’ll know what to do with.View Deal
Lego Architecture: up to 20% off all kits @ Amazon Take a Lego journey around the world with these epic Cyber Monday deals. They knock 20% off Lego Architecture sets, whether it’s San Francisco, Paris, Trafalgar Square, or all the rest. View Deal
Lego Iron Man Helmet: was $59 now $48 @ Best Buy Tony Stark is the greatest superhero, or so he says. If you agree make sure to honor the armored hero with a bust of his helmet. Now $11 off at Best Buy.View Deal
Board games: up to 40% off @ Amazon Add some fun to your quarantine nights with a new board game. Currently, Amazon is taking up to 40% off select board games. The sale includes popular board games like Sorry, Battleship, and Jenga (pictured). View Deal
What stores are having Cyber Monday deals?
Cyber Monday was initially meant to be a retail holiday for online-only stores. However, over the years the Cyber Monday has changed so that it’s essentially a continuation of Black Friday. And since all brick-and-mortar stores now have an online presence, practically every store will have Cyber Monday deals. This includes online-only stores like Newegg and traditional brick-and-mortar stores like Walmart.
When is Cyber Monday 2020?
Cyber Monday falls on November 30, 2020. It’s the final Monday of the month and just two days after Black Friday. Unlike last year, Cyber Monday will fall within November this year.
Cyber Monday vs. Black Friday
Black Friday was initially started as a sale for brick-and-mortar stores. However, as the sales grew, e-tailers felt left out from the holiday. As a result, the National Retail Federation created Cyber Monday in an effort to encourage people to shop online.
These days, however, the lines are completely blurred. Most brick-and-mortar stores have a large online presence and participate in both Black Friday and Cyber Monday. So in terms of retailers, there are no major differences between Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
However, when it comes to deals — shoppers tend to favor Cyber Monday. Last year, shoppers spent a record-breaking $9.2 billion on Cyber Monday, according to Adobe data. That obliterated Black Friday ($7.4 billion) and Prime Day ($4.2 billion) sales for the same year. This year with the pandemic, online sales are expect to soar with sales that could top last year’s numbers.
Cyber Monday curbside and in-store pickup
The pandemic led to a summer of social distancing and the Cyber Moday 2020 holiday season will be no different. Instead of shopping in-store, what you’ll find this Cyber Monday is plenty of same-day curbside and in-store pickup. This way consumers can get their purchases in a safe manner without having to spend hours inside a store or a mall. It also cuts down on shipping costs and ensures consumers can get their devices on time. During the early stages of the pandemic stores like Best Buy would limit the amount of people who could enter at once. Expect to see this procedure replicated at brick-and-mortar stores across the country.
In a digital press conference on Thursday, with the tagline “Welcome to the Everyday Epic,” the company demoed its three new Galaxy S21 smartphones in varying sizes — a 6.2-inch Galaxy S21, a 6.7-inch S21+ and a 6.8-inch S21 Ultra. Samsung showed off its faster Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor, advanced AI-powered cameras, new colors in a matte finish and premium earbuds you can buy to go with it. All models come with built-in 5G capabilities.
The S21 Ultra is clearly Samsung’s standout product. Whilethe Galaxy S21 and 21+ featurea new flat high definition screen (2400 x 1080), the S21 Ultra model takes it a step further with a super high-resolution display (3200 x 1400). The S21 Ultra has four rear cameras, compared to the three rear cameras on the other two devices. The S21 Ultra’s four cameras are a 12-megapixel ultra-wide lens for shooting landscapes or group shots, a 108-megapixel wide-angle lens for clarity and color accuracy and two 10-megapixel telephoto lenses that work together to zoom even more into shots.
The Galaxy S21 ($799) and S21+ ($999) are $200 cheaper than the models they’re replacing, and the S21 Ultra ($1199) is $300 less than its predecessor. These prices are the same as Apple’s iPhone lineup, though the S21 Ultra costs $100 more than the iPhone 12 Pro Max.
The S21 and S21+ (available in purple, black, gray, white and pink) and the S21 Ultra (available in black, silver, brown, titanium and navy) will be available for pre-order on Thursday. All devices start shipping on January 29.
The three models support the S Pen stylus used in its Note series phones, but all three models ship without a charger, which Samsung says is for sustainability reasons. Apple made a similar movie with the iPhone last year.
The upgrades are indeed improvements to the Galaxy lineup, most significantly to the camera technology, but Samsung’s “epic” motto feels off, both because the changes are more evolutionary than revolutionary and because of the backdrop to the announcements. Life feels anything but epic: More people are stuck inside, the news cycle is exhaustive and unemployment levels remain high. Let’s be honest, the day is a win if we change out of sweatpants.
In a nod to our new normal, Samsungisthrowing in some features that may be better geared for life at home during the pandemic. This includes a default blue light filter that could help reduce eyestrain when you’re doomscrolling. The phones also offer deeper integration into home automation products.
In addition to the phones, Samsung introduced a premium version of its wireless earbuds, called Galaxy Buds Pro, with enhanced noise cancellation and an ambient sound feature. Ahead of the event, a Samsung executive in a product demolikened working from home to being at a construction site — dogs barking, a toddler running around and appliances humming in the background. The new wireless earbudshave three built-in microphones that separate the user’s voice from the background noise so audio can come in clear during a call, even if it’s a chaotic background.
Meanwhile, ambient sound lets you hear the world around you on top of what you’re listening to. If you’re using them on Zoom call, you can still hear your kid in the background. The two features work together intelligently, too. When your child inevitably comes to talk to you during your meeting, Galaxy Buds Pro will detect them speaking, lower the volume and automatically switch to the ambient noise setting so you can hear him better.
The set, which comes in purple, black and silver, costs $199 — $50 less than the rivaling Apple AirPods Pro. The company claims it gets 5 hours of playback and 13 hours of reserved power when fully charged.
Samsung’s annual Galaxy event usually coincides with Mobile World Congress in Barcelona in February — the first major tech event that was canceled last year due to the pandemic — but the company moved it up to land on the last day of this year’s all-digital CES consumer tech conference.
Following a long thread of rumors, Samsung also unveiled a Bluetooth location tag called Galaxy SmartTag that lets you locate non-connected devices with a physical tag that attaches to keys, a bag or a pet’s collar.
Conspiracy theorists and pro-Trump extremists are using podcasts hosted on mainstream tech platforms to push misinformation, despite a widespread crackdown on individual social media accounts that push these ideas.
The AP first reported that podcasts on Apple, Spotify, and Google were peddling claims that the US election was rigged, and that the January 6 US Capitol riots were staged, among other claims.
Insider likewise found podcasts easily available on all three platforms that claimed President-elect Joe Biden’s win was “a fraud.”
The podcast “Red Pill News”, hosted by a user called RedPill78, described the US Capitol riots as “a staged event” in an episode aired January 11. That’s still available on Apple Podcasts as of January 17.
The AP found another podcast, “X22 Report”, which said in one episode ahead of the Capitol riots: “We the people, we are the storm, and we’re coming to DC.” That is also available on Google’s podcasting platform as of January 17.
And Insider on Sunday found a third podcast, called “Quite Frankly” and hosted on Spotify, Apple, and Google, where the host characterized the election in a January 16 episode as “a stinky, smelly, suspicious election” in a wider rant about free speech. “Quite Frankly” has also hosted RedPill78 on prior episodes.
The ongoing availability of these podcasts contrasts with the strict stance taken by several major tech firms to crack down on social media accounts pushing conspiracies, or apps that peddle hate, in the wake of the Capitol riots on January 6.
Spotify, meanwhile, in November banned “War Room”, a podcast hosted by former White House adviser Steve Bannon. The show was also suspended from Twitter and YouTube after Bannon suggested beheading the government’s pandemic expert Dr. Anthony Fauci, and FBI director Christopher Wray.
Yet, while the X22 Report podcast remains available via Apple, it has been suspended by YouTube, Spotify, and Twitter. Red Pill News’ podcast description also states it is no longer available on YouTube.
A fourth podcast “SoulWarrior Uncensored” is run by self-declared QAnon believer Melody Torres. According to the AP, she said she has been booted from Twitter. The AP also reported that the podcast was still available on Apple and Google, but was removed from Spotify after an inquiry by the news outlet.
Oren Segal of ADL’s Center on Extremism told AP: “Podcasts filled with hatred and incitement to violence should not be treated any differently than any other content.
“If you’re going to take a strong stance against hate and extremism in the platform in any way, it should be all-inclusive.”
Insider approached Spotify, Google, and Apple for comment.
If you were to tell the average smartphone user that Samsung Galaxy S prices had only gone up over the years, they’d likely believe you. However, you’d be lying. There have been a few years in which prices have actually dropped — including 2021, believe it or not. If you look back, there are a lot of interesting price changes happening.
Considering that Samsung is the world’s largest smartphone manufacturer and the Galaxy S series is its most popular phone family, we thought we’d examine everything from the very beginning. Below, you’ll find a list of every major Galaxy S phone and its original launch price. In the end, you’ll find a chart giving a compact view of how those prices have changed as time went on.
Please note that we won’t be including every variant of the Galaxy S series here. The Mini variants from the mid-2010s, for example, won’t be included. We’re also ignoring the Fan editions, Lite editions, Active editions, etc., in favor of focusing only on the main entries in the series.
Samsung Galaxy S price: $399
The original Samsung Galaxy S had many different names. The Samsung Galaxy Proclaim, Galaxy S Showcase, Galaxy Vibrant 4G, Galaxy S Captivate — the list is quite long. However, we’ll always remember it as the Galaxy S, the one that started it all.
Here in the United States during the phone’s launch year of 2010, it was incredibly difficult to buy a smartphone in an unlocked format. Instead, you needed to visit your carrier and buy a phone through them. You’d get a small portion of the phone’s cost integrated into your bill over the next two years as part of your exclusive contract. As such, it’s hard to determine the exact final Samsung Galaxy S prices as they would change from carrier to carrier.
However, we determined the average amount to be around $399, which equates to ~$477 in 2021 dollars. That seems like a bargain compared to the smartphones of today. But keep in mind that this phone was far less advanced — and a lot cheaper to produce.
Samsung Galaxy S2 price: $549
The Samsung Galaxy S was a huge hit for the company. Because of its success on the market, all eyes were on the Galaxy S2 in early 2011. Unfortunately, Samsung went hog wild with the follow-up and released multiple phones with totally different designs and specs — all using the Galaxy S2 branding. It was so messy that you could buy a Galaxy S2 from AT&T, and it would be a completely different phone compared to the device of the same name from T-Mobile.
Still, that didn’t stop Samsung from selling Galaxy S2 phones like hotcakes. The phone was even more popular than the original Galaxy S and put Samsung firmly at the top of the Android smartphone world.
Once again, though, it was hard to buy the phone unlocked in the US. With that in mind, most consumers likely didn’t even notice that the list price of the phone jumped up significantly to $549. The price, after all, was hidden in their mobile carrier’s contract. Thankfully, it wouldn’t be much longer before regulatory bodies forced carriers to stop this practice.
Samsung Galaxy S3 price: $599
Samsung entered 2012 as the smartphone king. In Q3 2011, it outsold Apple as far as smartphones go — a first for the Korean company. Not content to stop the growth, Samsung launched what is arguably one of the most beloved phones of all time: the Samsung Galaxy S3.
Thankfully, Samsung started to tone down its habit of releasing many different phones with the same name. The Galaxy S3 looked very uniform no matter where you got it. The internal specs might have been wildly different, but that’s a whole other story.
Despite the significant jump in specs and design, the price for this phone didn’t jump much higher than the previous model. In 2012, the Galaxy S3 cost about $599. That represents one of the smaller increases in the long history of Samsung Galaxy S prices.
Samsung Galaxy S4 price: $649
Statistically, the Samsung Galaxy S4 is the biggest Android phone of all time. At 80 million units sold, the only other Android phone that comes even close to its sales is its predecessor, the Galaxy S3. Even the mighty iPhone 5S — launched in the same year — sold only 52 million units.
Once again, Samsung only nominally increased the price of the phone compared to the Galaxy S3. Of course, consumers in the US still likely wouldn’t have known it cost them $649. By this point, getting the phone unlocked was much easier, but only a small fraction of US buyers went that route.
A lot of die-hard smartphone fans saw very clearly what the price of the phone was in the summer of 2013. That’s when Samsung and Google partnered together to launch a Google Play Edition of the phone. It featured an unlockable bootloader and stock Android — a breath of fresh air for the people who loathed Samsung’s Android skin TouchWiz. Samsung and Google only partnered to do this for a few cycles, but we wish it had gone on longer.
Samsung Galaxy S5 price: $649
Up until now, the Samsung Galaxy S prices had only gone up. In 2014, for the first time, Samsung launched the newest Galaxy S device at the same exact price as the previous year: $649.
Even though the price stayed the same, several new specs and features launched with this phone. That included a fingerprint sensor integrated into the home button, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, and a 16MP rear camera lens.
Unfortunately, sales of the Galaxy S5 failed to even come near the sales of the Galaxy S4. That’s why the S5’s design was the last of its kind. In 2015, Samsung would completely revamp the Galaxy S aesthetic. Still, the Galaxy S5 is fondly remembered by fans.
Samsung Galaxy S6 series prices: $649 — $799
In 2020, we ranked all of the Galaxy S phones from worst to best. Unfortunately, our friend the Samsung Galaxy S6 came in at the very bottom as our least favorite in the line. Sorry, bud.
Despite it being stuck at last place in our hearts, it represented the third time in a row that the base Samsung Galaxy S price remained unchanged. Of course, when you consider that Samsung removed the MicroSD card slot, IP rating, and removable battery, you’d wonder why it didn’t drop.
For the first time, the manufacturer also launched a more premium version of a Galaxy S phone. The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge was basically the same phone but slightly bigger and with curved glass on the sides. Despite the device not really offering much else over the normal model, the Edge variant cost $100 more for a total of $749. Not content to stop there, Samsung eventually launched a Galaxy S6 Edge Plus for $799.
You should also note that, due to low sales, Samsung dropped the entry price of the Galaxy S6 to $579 not long after it launched. This was the first time that had happened in the middle of a Galaxy S phone’s lifecycle. It wouldn’t be the last.
Samsung Galaxy S7 series prices: $669 & $769
With sales of the Galaxy S6 series being incredibly disappointing, Samsung needed a hit — and fast. Enter the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge. Both phones took what worked with the Galaxy S6 but brought back the things Samsung disregarded the previous year. That included the MicroSD card slot and an IP rating. Unfortunately, the removable battery never came back.
Still, the Galaxy S7 family fared much better on the market than its predecessors. With a launch price of $669 to $699 (depending on where you bought it and when), the entry-level version of the phone was only nominally more expensive than the Galaxy S6. However, it offered many more specs and features. Likewise, the larger Edge variant cost around $100 more.
Unfortunately, Samsung still wasn’t selling as many Galaxy S7 phones as it had hoped. This forced it to, once again, drop both phones’ prices in the middle of their lifecycles.
Samsung Galaxy S8 series prices: $749 & $849
In 2017, Samsung wisened up in a few ways. It abandoned the Edge branding, which appeared to simply confuse buyers. Instead, it launched the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus. As the “Plus” moniker suggested, it was a larger version of the base model, which is why it cost more. This made much more sense.
The Galaxy S8 line represented a seismic shift for the design of the Galaxy S series. For the first time, the fingerprint sensor moved to the back of the phone, allowing for the front to be all display (with sizable bezels, of course). That big change must have made Samsung pretty confident because it increased the entry price to $749 — even after it needed to reduce the already lower price of the Galaxy S7 just months earlier.
Things must have worked out OK, though, as Samsung didn’t reduce the prices of these phones in the middle of their lifecycles. Coming off the fiasco of the Galaxy Note 7 the previous year also may have had an influence on Samsung Galaxy S prices as well.
Samsung Galaxy S9 series prices: $719 & $839
If you go back to the early days of the Galaxy S line, you see a lot of similarities. The Galaxy S3, Galaxy S4, and Galaxy S5 all featured the same core design elements. Since then, though, we’ve seen the line change quite a bit.
Not so with the Galaxy S9. The 2018 iterations of the Galaxy S legacy looked very similar to the 2017 models. The biggest change was the movement of the rear fingerprint sensor from the side of the camera to below it. The Galaxy S9 Plus also got a second rear camera, representing the first time that had ever happened on a Galaxy S phone.
Maybe because of how similar these phones were, Samsung dropped the entry-level pricing ever so slightly. The Galaxy S9 landed at $719 while the Galaxy S9 Plus came in at $120 more. The company probably felt secure with these differences in Samsung Galaxy S prices because of that second lens on the Plus variant.
Samsung Galaxy S10 series prices: $749 — $1,299
By 2019, we had had four years of Samsung launching two primary entries in each new iteration of the Galaxy S line. If it could do two phones, why not three? Why not four? With the Galaxy S10 series, Samsung went nuts and launched four phones all at once.
The two main entries in the series stayed the same as the two previous years: the Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus. These came in at $899 and $999 respectively. Samsung also launched a smaller, cheaper model known as the Galaxy S10e, which cost $749. Then, on the other end of the spectrum, it launched the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, which ended up being a sort of precursor to the Galaxy S20 Ultra. That phone cost $1,299.
In 2020, when Sammy launched the next set of phones on this list, it simultaneously slashed the prices of the Galaxy S10 line while still keeping them in production. This was a way for budget-conscious buyers to get some nice hardware for less money than the wallet-busting Galaxy S20 series.
Samsung Galaxy S20 series prices: $999 — $1,399
The Samsung Galaxy S prices in 2019 were all over the place. The Galaxy S10e was $749, while the Galaxy S10 5G cost nearly twice as much. With the Galaxy S20 line, Samsung opted to abandon the low end and go straight to the premium end. At launch, the cheapest Galaxy S20 phone was a whopping $999. The Galaxy S20 Plus started at $1,199.
The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, in particular, went way overboard. With a starting price of $1,399, it was one of the most expensive “normal” phones the company had ever launched. If $1,399 wasn’t enough for you, there even was a $1,599 model with more RAM and storage.
Obviously, hindsight is 20/20, and Samsung likely realizes by now that this was a mistake. Granted, the company couldn’t have known a global pandemic was right around the corner when it launched the Galaxy S20 series. Yet, the incredibly high prices of these phones all but assured they would be poor sellers at a time when people are losing their jobs left and right.
Thankfully, Samsung didn’t make this mistake again in 2021.
Samsung Galaxy S21 series prices: $799 — $1,199
Credit: David Imel / Android Authority
Samsung’s bottom line took a big hit in 2020 when the Galaxy S20 series failed to woo consumers. This year, the company rectified that mistake by drastically reducing the cost of entry for the Galaxy S21 family. And it didn’t even need to slash the overall quality by much to do it.
The lowest-end Galaxy S21 starts at $799. That price gets you the brand new Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor (or the Exynos 2100 in other parts of the world). It also gets you a solid triple-lens rear camera setup, a fine amount of RAM and internal storage, and a cool new design aesthetic that looks pretty classy.
In another smart move, Samsung kept its “everything but the kitchen sink” mentality with the Galaxy S21 Ultra. That phone has almost no compromises when compared to the Galaxy S20 Ultra, yet still comes in at $200 cheaper at $1,199. This lineup is probably Samsung’s most inclusive ever. It allows buyers from all over the budget spectrum to get themselves a Galaxy S phone.
Time will tell if these Samsung Galaxy S prices work out for Samsung. Let’s hope they do, though.
Samsung Galaxy S prices: The historical picture
Below, you’ll find a chart that gives a bird’s eye view of the main entries in the entire Galaxy S family. You can see the pricing steadily increases over time, but there’s plenty of fluctuations from year to year. Be sure to note that huge dive from last year to now.
Although we can’t see into the future, this chart does make it seem like Samsung Galaxy S prices in 2020 will be as high as they go for quite a while. Unless global economies magically rebound over the next 10 months or so, it’s highly unlikely Samsung would attempt to go as high as Galaxy S20 pricing any time soon.
Of course, long gone are the days in which you’d be able to buy a Galaxy S flagship for under $700. Thankfully, the Fan Edition line appears to be very successful for Samsung. Here at Android Authority, we called the Galaxy S20 FE the best smartphone of 2020, so Samsung is clearly onto something there. It will be very interesting to see what the Galaxy S21 FE looks like. Could Samsung nab our top award with the same phone line two years in a row? Stay tuned!
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