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The 77 Best Cyber Monday Deals at Amazon This Year

Amazon's Cyber Monday cup of deals overflows, and that can make for a bit of a mess. There are so many products advertised on the retail giant's site, it can be tough to find the best discounts. So we've been scouring the site and comparing prices all week. These are the best actual deals on TVs, smart home gear, phones, robot vacuums, and much more.

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We test products year-round and handpicked these deals. Products marked (Sold Out) are sold out or no longer discounted as of publishing. We'll update this guide throughout Black Friday weekend.

Amazon Device Deals

We've gathered a ton of Amazon Device Deals for Cyber Monday, but here's a small sampling of the best.

Fire HD 10 (32 GB) for $75 ($75 off)

Amazon, Target, Best Buy

The Fire HD 10 is our favorite (7/10, WIRED Recommends) of the many Fire tablets available. It's the biggest and fastest Fire, and it's pretty inexpensive. Right now the 32 GB model is half off, but if you'd like a bit more storage, you can get the 64 GB model for $115, which is still cheaper than the base model is normally. You can also grab the Fire HD 10 Plus, with extra RAM and support for wireless charging, for $30 more.

Amazon Echo—4th Gen—for $60 ($40 off)

Amazon, Target, Best Buy

The fabric-covered spherical fourth-generation Echo (8/10, WIRED Recommends) is our favorite Alexa-powered smart speaker. It has excellent sound quality, some of the most robust voice commands of any platform, and it recognizes spoken words quickly and easily. We like this speaker at its usual $100, but it's a steal at this lower price, which matched the lowest price in its history.

Amazon Echo Dot With Clock—4th Gen—for $35 ($25 off)

Amazon, Best Buy

This Echo is our pick for the best Alexa-powered device you can put in the bedroom. It has a digital clock display, can wake you up with seasonal playlists, and, conveniently for such a sensitive room, it doesn't have a camera.

Echo Show 5—2nd Gen—for $45 ($40 off)

This is the lowest price we've seen on the smallest of the Echo Show family. We prefer the 8-inch model, but this one does the job if you have a small nightstand or just prefer a smaller screen. The 2021 update added a physical shutter to block the camera and give you some privacy, as well as a new 2-megapixel camera.

Kindle—2019, 10th Gen—for $50 ($40 off)

Amazon, Target, Best Buy

The basic Kindle is a classic for a reason. It's an inexpensive, handy way to carry your entire book collection around with you, and the 10th-generation model is currently on sale for nearly half off. To sweeten the deal, if you buy two, you'll get an extra $20 off, knocking the price for each one down to an effective $40 each.

Kindle Oasis—2019, 10th Gen—for $175 ($75 off)

Amazon, Best Buy

The Kindle Oasis is as luxe as e-readers get. There are much cheaper Kindles on the market, but we also really loved using it. The Oasis features adjustable warm lighting, a comfortable one-handed aluminum frame, and a spacious 7-inch screen. At this discount, it's downright reasonable, although you can spend an extra $20 to remove ads, which might be worth it if your reading habit is intense enough to justify such an indulgent experience.

Echo Buds—2nd Gen, Wireless Charging Case—for $90 ($50 off)

Amazon, Best Buy

The second generation of Amazon's AirPods competitor impressed us well enough. The Echo Buds (8/10, WIRED Recommends) have solid sound, easy pairing, and wireless charging via the included case. We'd like to see a bit better noise cancelation, but at the current deal price, it's not a major concern. The Echo Buds with a wired charging case are also on sale for $20 less.

TV and Monitor Deals

Samsung Odyssey G7 27-Inch Gaming Monitor for $500 ($150 off)

Amazon, Samsung

This curved gaming monitor supports both Nvidia G-Sync and AMD's FreeSync, so you'll get a smooth refresh rate no matter what graphics card you're using. We've already seen this monitor go on sale for the holidays, but now it's down to the lowest price we've tracked. There's never been a better time to grab it.

Acer Nitro XV272U 27-Inch Gaming Monitor for $248 ($52 off)

WIRED contributor Simon Hill uses this monitor every day and loves it. It has an IPS LCD panel, meaning you'll get some nice colors, and there's a 144-Hz screen refresh rate in case you want to use it for gaming after work (or during work, you do you). There's VESA support for mounting and a 1,440-pixel resolution.

Sony X90J 55-Inch 4K TV for $998 ($180 off)

Amazon, Best Buy

Sony's A90J is one of our favorite TVs, but that gorgeous OLED panel comes at a steep cost. Full array LEDs are much cheaper while still providing the kind of localized backlighting that creates striking contrast. The X90J is a less expensive sibling to the A90J that uses this type of panel to achieve decent picture quality at close to a third of the cost. It's typically available for a little less than $1,200, so this is a good deal.

Samsung The Frame 43-Inch 4K TV for $798 ($150 off)

Amazon, Best Buy

You know a gadget is a big deal when it has “The” in its name. The Frame from Samsung is designed to look like a normal framed piece of artwork when it's not in use. It transforms into a regular 43-inch 4K TV when you want to watch a show or six, and looks extraordinary when mounted onto the wall. This price is the lowest we've tracked, and different sizes are on sale.

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LG C1 OLED 55-Inch TV for $1,297 ($200 off)

Amazon, Best Buy, Target (Sold Out)

Usually, a good TV is a good TV, but if you're planning on playing a lot of games on your set, then this is the model you'll want. The LG C1 (8/10, WIRED Recommends) has an OLED panel, which means deep blacks and better contrast, plus it supports up to 120 Hz for smooth gameplay. It can even utilize Nvidia's G-Sync if you're hooking it up to a gaming PC. This deal has been around for a while, but the price is still good.

Samsung 65-Inch Q60A QLED 4K Smart TV for $850 ($100 off)

Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart, Samsung

Most TVs have some kind of smart operating system, but this model conveniently has both Alexa and Google Assistant, so you can find what you want to watch with your voice no matter which assistant you prefer. You can also ask simple questions like “What's the weather?” or “How tall is Jeff Goldblum?” This historic low price has been around since early November.

Audio and Gaming Deals

Sennheiser Ambeo Soundbar for $2,000 ($500 off)

Amazon, Best Buy

When you've got your eye on an expensive soundbar, like our favorite luxury model here, the bigger the discount is, the better. The Sennheiser Ambeo Soundar is down to a price that matches the lowest price we've seen for it. It has only been this steeply discounted a couple of other times. In our testing, the audio managed to sound like there were speakers scattered around the room, even though everything is contained in one (massive) bar.

Yamaha YAS-209 Soundbar for $300 ($50 off)

Amazon, Best Buy

One of the biggest appeals of a soundbar is the simplicity of improving sound quality without setting up multiple gadgets. Yamaha's YAS-209 doubles down on this allure by packing a great sound system and Amazon Alexa into one bar and one wireless subwoofer. That means it's a soundbar as well as a smart speaker. No wonder it's one of our favorites. The price falls to $300 pretty frequently, but it bounces back to $350 just as often. We've yet to see it go lower than this.

Polk Audio React Soundbar for $189 ($60 off)

Amazon, B&H (Sold Out)

The Polk React is one of our favorite soundbars, in large part thanks to its Alexa integration. You can use Amazon's voice assistant to set timers or play music. You can even upgrade the bar with modular speakers and a subwoofer, available as standalone extras.

PlayStation Plus 12-Month Membership for $40 ($20 off)

Amazon, Best Buy, eBay ($35)

Sony's PlayStation Plus membership is required if you want to play games online, but even if you don't, it's a great way to get free games every month. A 12-month subscription tends to drop in price around the holidays every year, so now's the time to top off for 2022.

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Logitech G305 Wireless Gaming Mouse for $30 ($11 off)

Amazon, Target

Sometimes all you need from a mouse is reliability. The Logitech G305 provides that. Reviews editor Julian Chokkattu has used this mouse for over two years with no issues. It includes the required single AA battery; even with heavy use you'll likely only need to replace it once every few months at most. This is a fantastic work-from-home companion down to the lowest price we've tracked.

SteelSeries Prime Wireless Gaming Mouse for $91 ($27 off)

Amazon, Best Buy ($96)

SteelSeries usually impresses us on the gaming hardware front, but this mouse topped the chart as our favorite wireless gaming mouse. It has an understated design, a comfortable fit, and a generous wireless range, working flawlessly even up to 10 feet away from its receiver in our usage.

Roccat Kone Pro Air Mouse for $90 ($40 off)

We like the Roccat Kone Pro Air Mouse for its stylish illuminated, semi-transparent buttons, but what really makes it feel great are those satisfying clicks. Right now this gaming mouse is down to its best price ever.

Razer Basilisk Ultimate Wireless Mouse for $80 ($30 off)

The Razer Basilisk has been placed on our list of Best Gaming Mice in the past, and while it's been cycled out more recently, it's still a solid pick. It has a comfortable ergonomic design, 11 programmable buttons, and a highly accurate optical sensor.

Razer Huntsman Mini Mechanical Keyboard for $80 ($40 off)

Amazon, Best Buy

This is one of our favorite small gaming keyboards. The Razer Huntsman Mini is a 60-percent keyboard with stylish-yet-subtle RGB LEDs and satisfyingly clicky keys. With its low profile, it takes up minimal space on your desk, so you can save room for moving your mouse, or loading up on other accessories.

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate 3-Month Membership for $25 ($20 off)

Amazon, Target

The Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription is one of our favorite deals in gaming. It comes with a library of hundreds of games, including day-one releases of games from companies like Bethesda and Bungie (which are owned by Microsoft). Normally it goes for about $15 a month, but right now you can get three months for $25, which you can stack up to 36 months.

Phone and Headphone Deals

We've rounded up more phone deals here, and check out our collection of great Cyber Monday discounts on headphones and earbuds.

OnePlus 8T 256-GB Unlocked Phone for $500 ($100 off)

Amazon, Best Buy

Since Google's Pixel 6 came out, it's been hard to beat for value. The Pixel 6 is still the better phone, but it's hard to deny that you're getting a lot for your money with the OnePlus 8T (7/10, WIRED Review) for $500. It has solid cameras, a gorgeous screen, and all-day battery life. 

OnePlus 9 for $589 ($141 off)

OnePlus, Amazon

The OnePlus 9 (8/10, WIRED Recommends) made our honorable mentions list for the Best Android Phones after the company improved the cameras that were often lackluster on previous models. The cameras are still not as great as what you'll find in the competition, but that's very easy to forgive at this price. 

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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 and Galaxy Buds2 Bundle for $850 ($300 off)

Amazon, Samsung ($925)

The Galaxy Z Flip3 (7/10, WIRED Recommends) was the first modern foldable phone we reviewed positively. It's back down to its lowest price ever, and this deal comes with a sweet bonus. There's an offer to get a free pair of Galaxy Buds 2 (9/10, WIRED Recommends) when you buy the Z Flip3. On Amazon, the offer button is located just below the price. The earbuds usually cost $150.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 for $500 ($150 off)

Amazon, Best Buy

If you want the best tablet you can get for the money … well, you should probably buy an iPad. But if you're looking for a great Android tablet, specifically, then the Galaxy Tab S7 is the best option you can get. It has 128 GB of storage and a spacious 11-inch LCD display. Most tablets don't come with a stylus, but the Tab S7 includes an S Pen. This deal beats previous discounts.

Sonix iPhone 13 MagSafe Case for $29 ($16 off)—Click the Coupon Button

Note that there may be a clip coupon offer on Amazon to drop the price even more. Sonix iPhone cases have some of the most stylish designs we've seen. The MagSafe models are designed to work with newer iPhones for faster and more efficient wireless charging. You can take an extra 15 percent off through Amazon if you click the coupon button.

50 Percent Off Totallee Cases, Screen Protectors, and Chargers

(Enter Code BFCM2021 at Checkout)

It's a bummer when you slap a case on your new phone and it gains what feels like an extra inch of thickness. Totallee makes some of the thinnest cases on the market. The coupon code works on screen protectors and chargers too.

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Sony WH-1000XM4 Wireless Headphones for $248 ($100 off)

Amazon, Best Buy, Target, Walmart

Sony's cumbersomely named WH-1000XM4 headphones are one of our absolute favorite headsets (9/10, WIRED Recommends). They have 30 hours of battery life per charge, some of the best noise cancelation on the market, and the ability to pause music whenever you start talking to someone. They're our top pick overall for wireless headsets, and they're down to their lowest price ever right now. 

Beats Powerbeats Pro for $150 ($50 off)

Target, Amazon

The Beats Powerbeats Pro (8/10, WIRED Recommends) are our favorite workout earbuds, hands down. They have a nine hour battery life, won't shake out of your ears even during vigorous activity, and are water resistant enough to avoid damage when you sweat. This is the lowest price we've seen these headphones at for a while.

Jabra Elite 85T Wireless Earbuds for $150 ($80 off)

Amazon, Best Buy

The Jabra Elite 85T (9/10, WIRED Recommends) are incredible, with a comfortable fit and excellent noise cancelation. Our only gripe is with the list price, so this deal is nice because it actually makes them a good buy. The ample eight-hour battery life should be more than enough for several workout sessions. The water and dust resistance mean they should stay safely in place no matter how active you are. Jabra's older, cheaper Elite 7 Active are our Favorite Wireless Earbuds for Working Out

Back Bay Tempo 30 Wireless Earbuds for $34 ($10 off)

Back Bay, Amazon ($38)

Wireless earbuds can get pricey pretty quickly, but if you only need a cheap pair of buds to work out in, the Back Bay Tempo 30 (8/10, WIRED Recommends) more than get the job done. They're light, comfortable, and have an eight-hour battery life with noise cancelation, for a relatively low price.

1More ColorBuds Wireless Earbuds for $50 ($30 off)

Amazon (Prime Members Only), 1More

One of our favorite low-priced earbuds, the 1More ColorBuds (8/10, WIRED Recommends) is inexpensive, comfortable, and provides excellent sound for the price point. This is the best price we've seen for these already pretty affordable headphones.

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Bose Frames Tempo Sunglasses for $219 ($30 off)

Amazon, Walmart

Finding the right gear to work out in is challenging enough, but for cyclists, it can be even harder. A decent pair of sunglasses will be necessary, but they can bump against earbuds if you want to listen to music while you ride. The Bose Frames Tempo sunglasses place impressively effective speakers against your temples, giving you the best of both gadgets in one.

Bang & Olufsen Beoplay E8 Sport Wireless Earbuds for $250 ($75 off)

A good pair of headphones has clear audio quality, but a truly great pair of earbuds can do the same with a stylish flourish. These Bang & Olufsen buds made our list of the Best Workout Earbuds not only for having water resistance, long battery life, and a selection of listening profiles but for looking pretty darn good too. This price is by far the lowest we've tracked for them.

JBL In-Ear Earbuds for $75 ($25 off)

AmazonBest Buy, Walmart

JBL makes pretty solid audio equipment in general, and these earbuds offer up to 21 hours of battery life, active noise cancellation, and wireless charging for a relatively affordable $75. This historic low price has been around since late October.

Camera Deals

Looking for more photo-related deals? We've rounded ’em up here.

Fujifilm X-T4 Mirrorless Camera for $1,499 ($200 off)

Amazon, B&H, Adorama

The Fujifilm X-T4 (8/10, WIRED Recommends) provides excellent in-body image stabilization, convenient hybrid photo-video shooting modes, and decent battery life, even managing to squeeze out two full hours while shooting 4K video. 

Panasonic Lumix GH5 II Micro Four Thirds Camera for $1,498 ($200 off)

Amazon, B&H, Adorama

This mirrorless Micro Four Thirds camera is capable of unlimited 4K recording in a variety of modes, including up to 60 frames per second under certain settings, and can even wirelessly livestream footage. If you're looking for a DSLR that can double as a video production camera, this one's a great find.

Sony ZV-1 Compact Camera for $648 ($50 off)

Amazon, B&H, Adorama

For the streamers, vloggers, and creators just starting out on their journey, the Sony ZV-1 is a solid pick when you're ready to upgrade from your phone. It has a flip-out 3-inch screen, convenient autofocus, and even a toggle to enable an easy bokeh background. It might not give you the control of a higher-end DSLR or mirrorless, but its simplicity can help make lower-budget productions go much more smoothly.

Rode Smartlav+ Omnidirectional Lavalier Mic for $53 ($12 off)

You don't always have to spend tons of money to get better audio for your streams. This inexpensive lavalier mic—the kind that you clip to your shirt collar—is a simple way to get better sound than you might get from a camera or your phone.

Deity V-Mic D3 Pro Shotgun Mic for $139 ($60 off)

If you record videos on the go—basically anywhere except a desk or studio booth—then a good shotgun mic can be crucial. These isolate audio from sources they're pointed at. The Deity V-Mic D3 Pro is one of our favorites, and reviews editor Julian Chokkattu uses it regularly.

Laptop, PC, and Tablet Deals

Apple MacBook Air M1 for $869 ($130 off)

B&H, Amazon, Best Buy

Apple's new series of M1 processors offer a huge leap in performance over past generations of Intel processors. The first-generation M1 MacBook Air would still be a solid deal with no discount at all, but at this price, it's even better.

Lenovo Flex 5 13-inch Chromebook for $324 ($79 off)

The Chromebook Flex 5i is one of our favorite Chromebooks, but if you're trying to stick to a budget, the cheaper Flex 5 (without the “i”) is a great alternative, especially when the price is this low. The specs are on the light end, with a 10th-generation Intel Core i3 chip and 4 gigabytes of RAM. It might not handle heavy-duty tasks, but it's plenty fine for homework and browsing the web.

Acer Swift 5—Intel i7, 16 GB RAM, 1TB SSD—for $999 ($300 off)

This lightweight Acer laptop is one of our favorites. It packs 16 gigabytes of RAM, an 11th-generation Intel Core i7 processor, and a 1-terabyte solid-state drive, which makes it powerful enough to handle most tasks you could throw at it. It also comes with a bevy of ports, including HDMI, USB-A, and a Thunderbolt-4-capable USB-C port that can double as a charging port. There's even a headphone jack for the cool, attractive people who are back on the wired headphone train.

Tula Pocket Microphone for $206 ($23 off)

If you enjoy making voice recordings on the go, or maybe you want to bring a USB mic with you to and from the office, I like this tiny mic. It has a cute retro design, surprisingly good mics, and all the buttons you need on the sides. You can plug it into your phone or computer to use it instead of the default mic, or record to the microphone's 8 GB of storage separately. Read more about it in our Home Office Gear guide

Razer Kiyo Pro Webcam for $100 ($100 off)

We liked the Razer Kiyo Pro, which skips a ring light in favor of software-based low-light compensation, in our webcam tests. The only problem is that it was a touch overpriced. Right now, that's less of a problem with the webcam down to a mere $100—its best deal yet.

WD 18-Terabyte External Hard Drive for $340 ($80 off)

It never hurts to make sure your files are backed up. If you have a lot of files that you can't afford to lose, there's hardly a better option to create a backup than this positively massive 18-terabyte external drive from Western Digital. It's got more than enough space to keep even large video collections safe for the long term.

Samsung 870 EVO 500-Gigabyte Internal SSD for $60 ($35 off)

Adding a solid-state drive is one of the best ways to speed up your computer, and Samsung makes some of the most highly rated options. This 500-gigabyte SSD has more than enough space to be the primary drive where you install Windows, as well as any other big applications or games that you want to load quickly. This goes on sale all the time, but the lowest price we've tracked was $60.

Samsung T7 1-Terabyte Portable SSD for $110 ($50 off)

Amazon, Best Buy

This SSD is our top pick for high-speed external storage. Our team has used it for incredibly demanding tasks, like recording 6K footage from cinema cameras, which typical SD cards can't pull off. If the work you do requires speed, or you just don't like waiting for all your files to copy over, it's hard to beat this drive. The Cyber Monday deal beats the previous low by $20.

Apple Pencil Second-Gen for $99 ($26 off)

Target, Amazon

If your idea of a portable computer is less laptop and more iPad—and we can't blame you—then the Apple Pencil is a must-have accessory. It's handy for drawing, writing notes, or even just navigating iPadOS's swipes and taps.

IDPRT SP410 Thermal Shipping Label Printer for $97 ($43 off)

Find yourself needing to print shipping labels often? Instead of paying to use the printer at the post office or delivery shop, this little printer might save you some money in the long run (or it's just a bit more convenient). It can quickly print your shipping labels (once you crop them), no ink needed. Read more about it in our Home Office Gear guide

Flexispot EN1 Standing Desk for $250 ($50 off)—Click the Coupon Button

Amazon (Click the Coupon Button), Flexispot ($231)

The Flexispot EN1 is one of the best affordable standing desks we've tested. It's motorized, lets you set multiple height presets, and doesn't wobble very much compared to similarly priced desks. It would make a good dedicated home base for those still working from a laptop at the kitchen counter or coffee table.

Twelve South Hover Bar Duo iPad Arm for $61 ($19 off)

Twelve South, Amazon

One of the best ways to clear up space on your desk—and save yourself some neck pain while you're at it—is a good screen mounting arm. This one, from Twelve South, is one of our favorite iPad accessories. If you need to reclaim space in your workstation, it's hard to beat.

Shure MV7 Podcast Microphone for $219 ($26 off)

If you want to up your podcasting game, the Shure MV7 is a great way to get what our resident audio expert, Associate Editor Parker Hall, calls “approaching real studio-quality sound." This is the lowest price we've seen, though the deal is only on the silver model.

Smartwatch Deals

Apple Watch SE for $220 ($60 off)

Target, Amazon ($239)

The Apple Watch SE is the least expensive model that still works with Family Setup, so if you're looking for a cheap smartwatch you can give to a child or non-tech-savvy relative, this is the one to get. This is the Best Apple Watch for most people, and it's even more attractive at this historic low price.

★ Apple Watch Series 7 for $380 ($20 off)

Apple products rarely go on sale so soon after release, so it's no surprise this is a small discount. Still, $20 is $20. The Apple Watch 7 Series (8/10, WIRED Recommends) has a big, gorgeous display, faster charging, and the usual suit of powerful Apple software that's made this line of watches the top wearable.

Apple Watch Series 6 for $299 ($100 off)

Walmart, Amazon (Sold Out)

Last year, the Series 6 (8/10, WIRED Recommends) was the most full-featured watch Apple offered. It had the most onboard health-tracking sensors, like optical wrist-based SpO2 measurements and ECGs. It is, in other words, a very capable device, and it remains a great buy, especially at this price. It's been eclipsed by the Series 7, but Apple's latest didn't add much new.

Fitbit Charge 5 Fitness Watch for $130 ($50 off)

Amazon, Target, Best Buy

For focusing purely on fitness tracking, the Fitbit Charge 5 (8/10, WIRED Recommends) is our favorite wearable, hands … well, up, probably. It has a bright AMOLED display, long battery life, and it's positively packed with sensors for a tracker at this price point. Unfortunately, some of the best features are locked behind the Fitbit Premium membership, but you'll get six months for free so you can be really sure you want those features before you commit to the $10 monthly cost.

Fossil Gen 6 Smartwatch for $229 ($70 off)

It's been hard to recommend Wear watches for a while (though that may be changing) but the Fossil Gen 6 is one of the few that managed to get an honorable mention nod in our Best Smartwatches guide, in no small part because it's supposedly set to get updated to the newest version of Wear OS in 2022.

Smart Home and Kitchen Deals

Roborock S4 Max Robot Vac for $280 ($150 off)—Click the Coupon Button

The Roborock S4 Max impressed us with features that are normally only found on more expensive models, like mapping, virtual barriers, and the ability to identify and avoid problem spots. We called it the best bang for your buck in our roundup of the Best Robot Vacuums, and with the extra $150-off coupon, it's hard to resist.

Roborock S6 MaxV Robot Vac for $460 ($290 off)

Walmart, Amazon (Sold Out)

A step up from the S4 Max, the Roborock S6 MaxV (7/10, WIRED Recommends) comes with impressive additional bells and whistles, like the ability to recognize and avoid dog poop. One of our biggest complaints was its relatively steep price, but knocking nearly $300 off sure helps with that.

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Eufy Robovac 11S Max Robot Vac for $160 ($90 off)

If you don't need lots of extra features, this basic model from Eufy is down to a staggeringly low price. It's quiet for a robovac, has a decent-sized dust bin, and the battery life is long. 

iRobot Roomba 694 for $179 ($70 off)

This is one of iRobot's midrange Roombas, but it is still a solid pick if you're entering the world of robot vacuums. It sports a roller brush, a simple-to-use app, and it's quiet and powerful. Despite its price, its navigation abilities are pretty impressive.  It comes with Alexa or Google Assistant support.

Yeedi K650 Robot Vacuum for $120 ($60 off)—Click the Coupon Button

The Yeedi K650 was already our top pick for cheap robot vacuums, but now it's down to the best price we've ever seen for it. Click the coupon button on Amazon and for $120 you'll get a basic bot that can bounce around your house for up to 100 minutes, and still connects to Wi-Fi and can take commands from Alexa. If cost is the most important factor, this deal is the best option.

Yeedi Vac Station for $320 ($180 off)—Click the Coupon Button

(Click the Coupon Button, Enter STATION30 at Checkout)

Another solid, robust robot vacuum, the Yeedi Vac Station can store up to 30 days' worth of dust in its bin, letting you get away with rarely paying attention to it. It can also double as a mop, completing both tasks simultaneously. Be sure to click the coupon to get the discount.

Eero 6 Dual-Band Mesh Wi-Fi 6 System (3-Pack) for $167 ($112 off)

Amazon, Target, Best Buy

A mesh router system is one of the best ways to cover a large house with a reliable Wi-Fi signal, and in our testing, the Eero 6 was the simplest to set up that we could find. This three-pack is enough to cover tons of square footage with minimal effort. This price is the best we have tracked. You can also grab a three-pack of the Eero Pro 6, which covers even more space with faster speeds, for $450 ($150 off).

Eufy Security 2K Video Doorbell for $170 ($30 off)—Click the Coupon Button

Rolling your own security system can save you a ton of money, and it's harder to save more money (without sacrificing quality) than with the Eufy 2K video doorbell. It's an inexpensive video doorbell that, crucially, lets you save video locally so you don't have to take extra risks just to monitor your front door.

Eufy EufyCam 2 Pro Outdoor Security Camera for $250 ($100 off)

Amazon, Walmart

The biggest downside to building your own home security system is how many subscription services you're going to have to pay for or dance around. Fortunately, the EufyCam 2 Pro lets you wirelessly record video to a central hub without spending an extra dime. Read more about it in our Best Outdoor Security Cameras guide.

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Eufy Smart Scale C1 for $18 ($18 off)—Prime Members Only

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Eufy’s Smart Scale C1 offers 12 health measurements and supports up to 16 users. For the most part, we found the readings are on target, though we did have a little trouble getting measurements to sync some of the time. It’s a simple and versatile scale, but ultimately it’s the incredible price tag that seals the deal. See our guide to smart scales for some more options.

Panasonic Nanoe Hair Dryer for $100 ($50 off)

This dryer comes with a few attachments, including an oscillating quick-dry nozzle that rapidly moves side to side as you dry, mimicking the back and forth motion you might make with your hand. Panasonic also claims that the dryer uses electrostatic shock to disperse water molecules into tinier nano-sized particles, which might reduce damage. We talk about it more in our guide to the Best Hair Dryers.

Tile Mate Bluetooth Tracker for $15 ($10 off)

The absentminded among us can regain all the time spent looking for lost keys with Tile's Mate tracker (8/10, WIRED Recommends). We do have some concerns about Tile's pending sale to Life360, a location-sharing app aimed at families. Life360 already has a tremendous amount of data about its users—many of whom are teenagers—and Tile data potentially being added to that mix may make some people uncomfortable. Still, so long as you know what you're getting into, this is the lowest price we've seen on the Mate.

Codenames Board Game for $8 ($5 off)

Target, Amazon

Codenames takes five minutes to learn, and the rounds go by quickly, even with the maximum number of eight players. It's almost like if you added wordplay to Battleships or Guess Who. It's both fun and funny and has massive replay potential.

Outdoor Deals

GoPro Hero10 Black Camera for $350 ($150 off)

GoProAmazon ($449), Best Buy ($450), Adorama ($450)

The GoPro Hero 10 Black (8/10, WIRED Recommends) is the best action camera we've tested. It can record video in up to 5.3K—if your device is even capable of editing such footage—and packs a blazing fast processor, and also features improved noise reduction and tone mapping. The camera is down to $350 ($150 off) if you get it straight from GoPro directly, but if that's not available, it's still $50 off from most other retailers. 

Insta360 One R Twin Edition for $408 ($72 off)

Amazon, Insta360

The Insta360 One R, one of our favorite action cameras, doesn't go on a significant sale very often, but this is the best price we've ever seen it at. This action camera has a modular design and can shoot 4K or 360-degree video depending on the configuration you choose. 

Garmin Instinct Solar for $260 ($140 off)

Amazon ($260), Target (Sold Out)

When we reviewed the Garmin Instinct Solar (8/10, WIRED Recommends), we loved that it could recharge with sunlight, but we weren't huge fans of the high price tag. This discount relieves a lot of that stress, leaving you with a rugged GPS-enabled watch to help track all your outdoor activities.

ENO DoubleNest Hammock for $52 ($18 off)

Amazon, REI, Backcountry

The only thing better than chilling in a hammock on a nice sunny day is having space for a loved one to join you. This DoubleNest hammock from ENO has plenty of space for you and one other person. (Or more if you're ambitious, but we might not recommend it.)


More WIRED Cyber Monday Coverage
The Absolute Best Deals
Deals Under $50
Target Deals
Amazon Deals
Best Buy Deals
TV Deals
Headphone Deals
Mattress Deals
Phone and Tablet Deals
Laptops and Home Office Deals, PC Parts Deals
Smart Home Deals, Vac Deals, Couch Deals
Kitchen Deals, Coffee Deals
Video Game Deals
Dog and Cat Deals
Sex Toy Deals
Fitness Deals
Self-Care and Beauty Deals
Camera Deals
STEM Toy Deals
Deals on Subscription Services
Amazon Device Deals, Google Deals
12 Cyber Monday Deals Our Team Bought
All Our Cyber Monday Guides
Deals From Ars Technica
Retailer Sale Pages and CouponsWant to browse the Cyber Monday 2021 sales yourself? Here are a few places offering deals. Be sure to check out our many buying guides and gift guides for additional ideas.

Amazon Sale
Target Sale, Coupons
Walmart Sale, Coupons
Bed, Bath, and Beyond Sale, Coupons
Best Buy Sale, Coupons
QVC Sale, Coupons
Kohl's, Coupons
Moosejaw Sale, Coupons
Adorama Sale, Coupons
B&H Sale
Moment Sale
Wayfair Sale
Newegg Sale

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