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A ridiculous amount of Cyber Monday deals are already live — and you better hurry

UPDATE: Nov. 29, 2021, 12:30 a.m. EST This post has been updated with information about a bunch of new Cyber Monday sales (including Walmart’s can’t-miss Deals for Days event).

We’ve rounded up all of the best Cyber Monday deals as of Nov. 28 — here are our top picks:

  • BEST STREAMING DEAL: Hulu — 99 cents per month for one year

  • BEST TV DEAL: LG OLED A1 Series 48-inch 4K Smart TV is a stunning, gaming-ready TV that’s rated highly for its picture and sound quality — $896.99 $1,199.99 (save 25%) + free $100 Amazon.com credit when you enter the code HBQ5KMZKGRRP

  • BEST LAPTOP DEAL: ASUS VivoBook 15 OLED gets you a vivid display, one-touch login, and 512GB of storage for under $700 — $694.99 $799.99 (save $105)

  • BEST APPLE DEAL: New Apple AirPods (3rd gen) are sitting at their lowest price to date— $149.99 $179 (save $29.01) with coupon applied at checkout

  • BEST ROBOT VACUUM DEAL: iRobot Roomba 692 is the cheapest (non-discontinued) Roomba we’ve seen this holiday shopping season — $174.99 $299.99 (save $125)

  • BEST SMART HOME DEAL: Ring Video Doorbell, a bestselling home security solution with 1080p video and crisp night vision — $79.99 $99.99 (save $20); add an Echo Show 5 for just $10 more

  • BEST FITNESS DEAL: Peloton Bike+ is an upgraded version of the cult-favorite spin bike that features a larger, swivel-able HD touchscreen and automatic resistance detection — $2,145 $2,495 (save $350) + free delivery and a free 2-month Peloton app subscription

  • BEST AIR FRYER DEAL: Ninja Foodi XL Pressure Cooker with SmartLid (8 quarts), a brand new multicooker that can steam and crisp at the same time — $229.99 $329.99 (save $100)

  • BEST GAMING DEAL: PlayStation Plus (12-month membership) gets you unlimited access to a huge library of games and online multiplayer gameplay — $39.99 $59.99 (save $20)


The turkey has been gobbled and the pies eaten, but the deals are far from done.

Cyber Monday has arrived (a full day early, for those keeping track) and a ridiculous number of deals are already here.

Below, you’ll find a complete list of all the Cyber Monday doorbusters, broken up by retailer and then by category. We’ll continue to update this post as more deals pop up, but don’t hold out too long if something on your shopping list is enjoying a discount — it may not be in stock for much longer thanks to the ongoing supply chain mess that’s clearing inventories and putting products on backorder. 

Please note: All newly added deals have been marked with a . Anything with a strikeout was either sold out or no longer available at the sale price as of this writing, but check back often — we’re updating this page constantly.

The best Cyber Monday deals at each retailer

Amazon

Amazon‘s Cyber Monday deals actually kicked off on Nov. 27 (a full two days early). This is after their 48-hour Black Friday event went live with “more deals than ever before” across all departments from Nov. 25 to 26, because apparently nothing is sacred anymore. (Its own Alexa-enabled devices are clearly the stars of the show — we’re seeing almost every Fire tablet configuration on sale, plus tons of markdowns on KindlesRing video doorbells, and Echo Show smart displays.) Its inventory changes pretty frequently, so check back often — you can find out what’s up for grabs by visiting its Cyber Monday Deals page, installing its mobile app, or by asking your smart home device, “Alexa, what are my deals?” Like in previous years, it pays to be an Amazon Prime member: Subscribers get 30-minute early access to select Lightning Deals, which go quick once they’re live; click here to sign up for a free 30-day trial.

Walmart

Not to be outdone by Amazon, Walmart also got a jump on Cyber Monday and released all of its Deals for Days doorbusters on Sunday, Nov. 28 at 7 p.m. ET. (It’s an online exclusive for now, FYI.) If you’re still in the market for a next-gen console, stay patient and set an alarm for noon ET on Nov. 29 — that’s when it’s restocking the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X for paying Walmart+ members; click here to sign up.

Best Buy

The electronics store’s official Cyber Monday sale began in the late hours of Black Friday (which kind of tracks, considering its Black Friday sale started a whole week early on Friday, Nov. 19). Anything you purchase between now and Jan. 2 can be returned anytime until Jan. 16 as part of its extended holiday return policy.

Target

The bullseye brand’s two-day Cyber Monday sale picks up right where its weeklong Black Friday sale left off on Sunday, Nov. 28 — stop by to save up to 60% on video games, up to 50% on headphones, and up to $60 on Apple Watches and AirPods. Keep in mind that Target’s holiday price match policy is now in effect through Dec. 24; you can also take advantage of two new “buy now, pay later” payment options through Sezzle and Affirm.

Bed Bath & Beyond

BB&B also dove head-first into Cyber Monday on Nov. 28 after its Black Friday sale — you can save up to 50% on select kitchen gear, get up to 35% off select vacuums, and score discounts as high as 60% on home decor now through Tuesday, Nov. 30. (As an extra treat, you’ll also get $100 in rewards if you spend at least $300 on a single order in stores or online through Dec. 1.)

Dell

A limited quantity of Dell’s Cyber Monday deals are already live (and going fast) — get in there ASAP to score up to 58% off monitors, up to $770 off XPS desktops and laptops, and up to 41% off select gaming PCs (including a $999 Alienware machines).

HP

The techies over at HP have rolled their Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals into one big ol’ sale from Nov. 25 to Nov. 29 (its “biggest savings event of the year,” per the ad scan), which plunges prices on computer software, gaming peripherals, and tons of Windows 11 PCs.

JCPenney

The department store is the only major retailer that hasn’t switched into Cyber Monday mode yet — peep the final hours of its three-day Black Friday sale for $8 kitchen appliances (with mail-in rebates), up to 40% off Disney toys, and as much as 60% off select mattresses.

Kohl’s

Cyber Monday kicked off at Kohl’s on Nov. 27 with cheap air fryers, heavily discounted NutriBullet appliances, and up to 40% off toys; select items get an additional 20% off when you enter the coupon code GOSHOP20 at checkout. But if you can, bide your time just a little bit longer: Black Friday’s excellent $15 for $50 Kohl’s Cash offer will continue during its “Super Cyber Monday” sale on Nov. 29.

Macy’s

The mall stalwart’s two-day Cyber Monday sale on Nov. 28 and 29 brings super steep savings across every department, though its cookware and Fitbit deals are especially juicy — see above. (Many items are actually cheaper than they appear thanks to some 10 to 20% discounts that pop up during checkout; be sure to read the fine print.)


Best tech deals


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  • BEST 4K TV DEAL: Samsung 70-inch TU6958 Series 4K Crystal UHD TV, complete with an absolutely stunning display and an even more stunning price —$599.99 $749.99 (save $150)

  • BEST LAPTOP DEAL: 2020 Apple MacBook Air, the crème de la crème of thin and light laptops, equipped with the speedy M1 chip — $899 $999 (save $100)

  • BEST TABLET DEAL: Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 — PC power in a portable device? Yeah, we’ll take it — $499 $649.99 (save $150.99)

Amazon

Earbuds

Headphones

Kindles

Laptops

Smart home devices

Smartwatches and fitness trackers

Tablets

TVs

Best Buy

Earbuds

Headphones

Laptops

Smart home devices

Tablets

TVs

Target

Earbuds

Headphones

Laptops

Smart home devices

Soundbars

TVs

Note: All TVs 55 inches and up were only available for pickup at the time of writing; click here to find a Target store near you and shop its listings.

Walmart

Earbuds

Headphones

Laptops

Smart home devices

Soundbars

Tablets

TVs

More tech deals by brand

23andMe

AeroGarden

Cricut

DJI

Fujifilm

GoPro

Logitech

Microsoft

Revlon

MORE DEALS ON TVSLAPTOPS, AND OTHER TECH


Best robot vacuum deals

robot vacuum


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  • BUDGET PICK: The iRobot Roomba 694 offers a standard, reliable cleaning for under $200 — $179 $274 (save $95)

Amazon

Best Buy

Target

Walmart

Best cordless vacuum deals

MORE DEALS ON ROBOT VACUUMS AND ROOMBAS


Best Apple deals

Apple products


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  • BEST IPHONE DEAL: iPhone 12 Mini (64GB) at AT&T, a great iPhone pick that requires no trade-in for some stellar savings — $314.99 $629.99 (save $314.99)

  • BEST AIRPODS DEAL: Apple AirPods (2nd Gen) are now just $10 away from their lowest price ever — $99 $159 (save $60) with coupon applied at checkout

  • BEST APPLE WATCH DEAL: Apple Watch Series 3 (42mm, GPS) is an excellent entry-level smartwatch with a built-in GPS and altimeter — $199 $229 (save $30) + 6 months of Apple Fitness+ for free

  • BEST IPAD DEAL: 2021 12.9-inch iPad Pro (WiFi, 128GB), a tablet with the right power and screen size for creatives — $999 $1,099 (save $100)

  • BEST MACBOOK AIR DEAL: MacBook Air (M1, 512GB) is a quiet and ultra-portable laptop powered by the M1 silicon chip — $1,099 $1,249 (save $149.01)

  • BEST MACBOOK PRO DEAL: MacBook Pro (Intel Core i5, 512GB), a somewhat-oldie that’s still quite a goody, especially at this price point — $1,299.99 $1,799 (save $500)

  • BEST ACCESSORY DEAL: Beats Studio Buds, some best-in-class noise-canceling earbuds that have never been this cheap before — $99.95 $149.95 (save $50) + $10 Amazon.com credit with promo code BYZPPJADUODB

  • BEST REFURBISHED DEAL: iPhone 11 (64GB) — no matter your carrier or plan, you can score a good deal on this iPhone — $479 $569 (save $90)

MORE CYBER MONDAY APPLE DEALS


Best fitness deals

fitness deals


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  • BEST FITNESS MIRROR DEAL: The Mirror, score the biggest discount we’ve seen on the original nearly-invisible home gym — $995 $1,495 (save $750 with code HOLIDAY21)

MORE CYBER MONDAY FITNESS DEALS


Best gaming deals

gaming


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  • BEST GAME DEAL: Returnal, one of the most critically acclaimed PS5 exclusives of 2021, is already on sale — $49.94 $69.99 (save $20.05)

  • BEST SUBSCRIPTION DEAL: Xbox Game Pass 3-Month Ultimate Membership, which gives you plenty to download and play at a moment’s notice (including day-one Microsoft exclusives) — $26.99 $44.99 (save $18)

Accessories and subscriptions

Games

MORE CYBER MONDAY GAMING DEALS


Best kitchen deals

kitchen


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Air fryers

Instant Pots

Blenders, food processors, and juicers


The National Retail Federation officially coined the term “Cyber Monday” in 2005 after it noticed that in previous years, the Monday after Thanksgiving saw a massive uptick in online sales. It credited the phenomenon to two factors: Online retailers were starting to vie for a piece of the Black Friday pie, and shoppers were waiting to peruse the deals on their faster work computers come Monday morning. (At the time, office PCs had better broadband than home setups.)

Last year’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales effectively bled together since in-person shopping wasn’t really a thing and we’re absolutely seeing that repeat this year as well.

Shipping delays and supply chain chaos

The global economy is grappling with some unprecedented supply chain challenges as the result of the Delta variant, which continues to inflame pandemic-related material scarcities, labor shortages, and shipping bottlenecks across industries of all kinds. (Under circumstances absolutely no one had on their bingo card, pickles and paper bags have gotten as elusive as Playstation 5s.)

Unsurprisingly, the ordeal left most major manufacturers and retailers scrambling ahead of Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Amazon tried lure in an extra 150,000 seasonal employees with the promise of $3,000 sign-on bonuses and higher pay for certain shifts, while Walmart, Home Depot, and Ikea all went so far as to charter private cargo ships to make sure their shelves were stocked for the season. Apple, meanwhile, was “predicting that we’re going to be short of demand by larger than $6 billion” heading into the holidays, CEO Tim Cook said in a recent interview with Reuters.

For us consumers, this all means that finding the best deals this season will be an ongoing issue of availability. As Canalys analyst Runar Bjørhovde wrote in an email to Mashable: “It will be very possible to buy devices, it’s more of a question to what cost and when.” (Read more about supply chain issues.)

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