Cyber Monday is officially over, but many of our favorite deals are still going. If you took an extended holiday from screens, or ignored the past few days of sale madness, fear not. There are still quite a few great deals going.
We combed through our many Cyber Monday guides and found everything that’s still going. Our Cyber Monday camera sale guide is still worth perusing as camera deals are still going strong. We’ve gathered up the best of deals from the rest of our guides here. These deals tend to be volatile so we don’t know how long they will last, but have a gander if you’re still bargain hunting for the holidays.
Note: If a deal is out of stock at a particular retailer when our team updates this post, we
cross it out. These deals could (and will) end at any moment. Peruse at your own peril! And be sure to also check out WIRED’s many other holiday buying guides for more of the gear we’ve tested and recommend here at WIRED.
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Sony WH-1000XM3 Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones for $278 ($70 off)
With fantastic sound, over 30 hours of battery life, and insane noise-canceling ability, the WH-1000XM3 are our favorite wireless headphones, period. Their only weak point is that they aren’t great at phone calls.
1More Stylish Wirefree Earbuds for $65 ($35 off)
With extremely comfortable ear tips, 6.5-hours of battery life, and great sound, the 1More Stylish are our favorite wirefree earbuds right now. They’re a great value at $100, but at $65 they’re an absolute steal. Read our full write-up on this deal.
Bose QC35 II Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones for $279 ($70 off)
Bose’s noise-reduction tech remains about the best in the business, and these hyper-comfortable QC35 II headphones (8/10, WIRED Recommends) are still some of the best to travel with, offering a welcome reprieve from the sounds of the outside world.
Smartphone and Gadget Deals
Google Pixel 4 for $599 ($200 off)
It’s always a good idea to wait to buy Pixel phones as they’re often discounted for Black Friday and Cyber Monday barely a month after their debut. The latest Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL (8/10, WIRED Recommends) are some of our favorite Android phones because of their simple but smart software, excellent cameras, and Google’s commitment to delivering timely updates. Their biggest flaw is battery life, which will barely get through a full day of use, if at all. We recommend going for the larger Pixel 4 XL, which is also on sale for $699 (Amazon, Google Store).
23andMe DNA Testing Kit for $79 ($20 off)
If you’ve always wanted to learn a little bit more about your past, where your ancestors came from and the paths they traveled, 23andMe’s DNA service could potentially help. The basic service covers more than 1,500 geographic regions, the option to connect with people that have the same DNA as you, and access to trait reports that detail how your DNA influences particular features about you. Keep in mind that there are some risks to using DNA kits.
Google Home Mini Smart Speaker for $19 ($30 off)
Google’s answering call to the Echo Dot is this compact smart speaker. They share many of the same features, with the difference being that Google’s packs Google Assistant rather than Alexa. As a team here at WIRED, we prefer Google Assistant to Alexa, especially for smart home stuff. Keep in mind, this is the first-gen Mini. The newer Nest Mini, which has improved sound and can be wall-mounted, is also on sale for $29 ($20 off).
Echo Dot Smart Speaker for $22 ($28 off)
This smart home building block from Amazon is handy and compact. You can place the speaker nearly anywhere. It sounds pretty good for its size, and this sale is the first time we’ve seen significant savings on the newly-released plum-colored version.
Echo Show 5 Smart Display for $50 ($40 off)
This device takes an Alexa speaker and adds a screen. Amazon makes two sizes; this one has the smaller 5-inch display, making it a good option for a nightstand as opposed to a kitchen counter.
JBL Clip 3 Portable Bluetooth Speaker for $30 ($40 off)
The JBL Clip 3 is one of our favorite rugged Bluetooth speakers. It’s IPX7-rated, which means it can be immersed in water, and it’s easy to attach to a backpack or bicycle. A full charge should keep the speaker going for about 10 hours.
Instant Pot Duo 6 Quart Pressure Cooker for $49 ($50 off)
Thanksgiving might be over, but an Instant Pot can still be of help in the kitchen year-round. The Duo combines seven appliances into one, is snappy at cooking, and has a 6-quart capacity so it’s good for decent-sized groups. You can steam your veggies, cook rice, or whip up a nice stew without needing to pull out another appliance. The 8-quart version of the Instant Pot Duo, which can feed more people, is also on sale at Amazon for not too much more ($75 off).
Ooni Pro Pizza Oven for $479 ($120 off)
iRobot Roomba 960 for $399 ($300 off)
We love a self-emptying bin, but iRobot’s Roomba still has a larger-than-usual dust bin capacity, a patented rubber carpet brush, and the best mapping tech on the market.
iRobot Roomba 675 Robot Vacuum for $200 ($100 off)
If the above Roomba is a little out of your price range, check out the Roomba 675. It’s more similar to the Roomba 690 we reviewed and liked, except it’s missing the virtual wall barrier that allows you to cordon off parts of your home. It has a 0.6-liter capacity for carrying dust, and the Dirt Detector sensors makes the robovac work harder in areas that see more dirt. It works with Google Assistant or Alexa. If you want the virtual wall barrier, Target has the Roomba 690 discounted to $210 ($140 off).
Eufy BoostIQ RoboVac 11S for $160 ($80 off)
This Eufy is an even better deal than the 15C.If you don’t need a robot vacuum that can map your house, the Eufy 11S is a great bargain buy. Select Amazon customers may also see an on-page clip coupon offering an additional 6 percent off.
Helix Sleep Midnight Luxe Hybrid Queen Size for $1,595 ($200 off)—Best Mattress
Use code CYBER200 at checkout for the discount, which includes two free memory-foam pillows. This is our review editor Jeffrey Van Camp’s favorite mattress. Helix’s mattresses have a base of individually wrapped coils that offer support in different places depending on whether you’re a back or side sleeper.
KitchenAid 6-Quart Bowl-Lift Mixer for $329 ($170 off)
This is the stand mixer that allowed me (Adrienne) to prepare hundreds of pizza doughs to test pizza ovens earlier this year.
Microsoft Surface Laptop 3 13-inch for $999 ($200 off)
The Surface Laptop is a premium piece of Windows hardware (7/10, WIRED Review). The all-aluminum construction makes for a lightweight machine, and the 3:2 ratio screen affords plenty of room for working on documents. Note that we tested the 15-inch model, and this sale is for the 13-inch, but aside from size they’re very similar.
Microsoft Surface Go for $299 ($100 off)
The Surface Go is a quirky little machine, but we like it (7/10 WIRED Review). It’s an accessible size and very well designed. Its screen is nice and sharp, and there’s a MicroSD slot for storage expansion. The cover is surprisingly nice to type on and has a good trackpad. The only downside is that Go can be a little on the slow side, and if you want to do any drawing, you’ll want the Surface Pen (not included).
Microsoft Surface Pro 7—i5, 8 GB RAM, 128 GB—With Type Cover for $799 ($230 off)
The Surface Pro 7 is one of our favorite laptop-tablet hybrids from this year (8/10 WIRED Recommends). There are cheaper Surfaces, but this is a good price on the best hybrid model. Be sure to grab the pen if you want to use tablet mode for notes or drawing.
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon—i5, 256 GB—for $999 ($1,150 off)
I’m a ThinkPad fan, and the X1 is definitely the sleekest of the bunch (8/10 WIRED Recommends). This configuration uses the Intel Core i5, offers 8 gigabytes of RAM, a 256-gigabyte SSD, and Windows 10 Pro. The 14-inch IPS (1,920 x 1,080 pixels) display is bright and helps cut power use. If you can afford it, I suggest upgrading to the 10th Generation i7 chip and 16 gigabytes of RAM for a machine that’s going to last much longer.
HP Omen Gaming Laptop for $720 ($280 off)
The 15-inch Omen is HP’s gaming-style laptop, which starts with a ninth-generation i5 processor (we suggest upgrading to an i7 for better performance, though it will add $280 to the price) and an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 graphics card with 4 gigabytes of video memory. The 8 gigabytes of RAM is adequate, but if you can swing it, 16 gigabytes will improve your life considerably.
HP Spectre x360 i7 for $1,000 ($400 off)
The 13-inch HP Spectre x360 is one of our favorite high-end laptops (9/10, WIRED Recommends). The base model offers an eighth-generation Intel i7 chip with 8 gigabytes of RAM and a 512-gigabyte SSD. The 15-inch version, with a newer i7 chip and an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 (4 GB) graphics card is also on sale for $1,250 ($400 off).
iPad and Tablet Deals
Apple iPad—2018 Version With LTE—for $329 ($120 off)
If you want an iPad on the cheap, this is a good bare-bones option. It’s the previous-generation model, and it only has 32 GB of storage, but Apple didn’t change much with the 2019 model—it even has the same processor. This one is plenty fast enough to use as a streaming media player or for web surfing on the couch. The real benefit is LTE, which usually costs more, but you’ll need to sign up for a monthly data plan.
Samsung Galaxy S4 Tablet 64 GB for $449 ($100 off)
The Galaxy S4 is not as powerful as an iPad Pro, but it’s still great for media consumption or browsing the web on the couch. It comes with an S Pen stylus, which the newer, more powerful S5E lacks. It’s hovered around $550 for a few months (it was $650 before that), so this is a good price.
If you’re buying a TV, be sure to check out our list of Soundbar deals below. All TVs need a soundbar if you want quality audio. It makes a difference, trust us.
TCL 55-inch 5 Series 4K TV (2019) for $380 ($70 off)
With Dolby Vision support, gorgeous 4K resolution, and Roku’s fantastic interface built in, TCL’s 5-Series is our favorite affordable TV you can buy this year.
Samsung 55-Inch Q60 Series TV (2019) for $700 ($500 off)
Samsung’s quantum dot-enabled QLED TVs have been some of the prettiest on the market for years now, and this high-end model gets a big discount, bringing the technology in the realm of possibility for many of us. It also has a 120 Hz refresh rate, which makes it great for gaming and sports.
Vizio 55-Inch M-Series Quantum 4K TV for $398 ($202 off)
This Vizio Smart TV comes with Chromecast and Apple Airplay built-in, which makes it extremely easy to share photos, music, or stream video from your smartphone. It’s also a very pretty TV, with much of the same tech as its more expensive older sibling, the P-Series (8/10 WIRED Recommends)
Toshiba 50-Inch 4K Smart TV $280 ($100 off)
This 50-inch Toshiba TV isn’t as nice as the other models on this list, but it does the job. It has Amazon’s Fire TV ecosystem built-in, which makes it a great way to stream all of your favorite shows, movies, and YouTube tutorials—though Amazon prefers that you use its Prime video service. Plus, an Alexa-enabled voice remote makes finding your favorite movie easier than ever: Just ask. Best Buy’s offer includes a free Echo Dot.
Check out our guide to the best streaming devices to learn more.
Roku Streaming Stick Plus for $45 ($15 off)
The Roku Streaming Stick Plus has 4K and HDR functionality, and it’s nearly half price. We also have a guide to picking the right Roku. These devices are pretty handy to have, but be wary of the channels you use!
Samsung Ultra HD Blu-Ray Player for $220 ($80 off)
If you want to watch your favorite content in the highest possible quality, you still need a disc. Ultra-HD Blu-Ray movies have much better bit rates and encoding than their streaming counterparts, and you’ll get the most out of them with this Samsung player. Want to stream a movie you don’t own on disc? This thing has Wi-Fi, so you can use it for that, too.
Google Chromecast Ultra for $49 ($20 off)
If you like to stream things from your phone, we love Google’s Chromecast device, which lets you easily send whatever you’re watching to the big screen. This 4K-ready model is our favorite Chromecast, with support for HDR and all our favorite streaming apps.
Yamaha RX-V685 A/V 7.2-Channel Receiver for $500 ($100 off)
If you’re looking to get the best possible sound in your TV room, you still need to snag a good quality A/V reciever and some speakers. We like Yamaha models because they offer great price-to-performance ratios. This model features support for music streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music, and can pass through 4K signals, with support for Dolby Vision.
Storage and Accessories Deals
Western Digital 4 TB Portable Hard Drive for $90 ($50 off)
Western Digital’s portable external drives are a good way to make sure your data is backed up (always have multiple backups of your data). This is the lowest price we’ve seen since Cyber Monday last year.
SanDisk Extreme 128 GB MicroSD Card for $20 ($4 off)
You can never have too many memory cards, and you should never pay full price for them. Deals like this one happen frequently, but if you’re like me, you never remember to grab them when they’re on sale. Get one now and have it ready to go when you need it. This one isn’t the best for video, but it’s plenty fast for photos.
Mophie Portable Battery for $15 ($30 off)
If your charging needs are limited to phones, tablets, and other small devices (not laptops) this Mophie charger is one of my favorites. It’s got enough power to charge several phones (or one phone several times) but doesn’t feel like you added a brick to your bag.
Camera and Drone Deals
Olympus Tough TG-6 Waterproof Camera for $349 ($100 off)
The Olympus TG-6 is a tough little camera that soars where smartphones crash (8/10, WIRED Recommends). It offers excellent image quality for a small camera (complete with support for RAW images), and it’s nearly indestructible. If you want a camera that’s a GoPro-style, go-anywhere machine but retains the lens and sensor quality of a point-and-shoot, the TG-6 is your best bet. The only thing I don’t like about it is the inscrutable menu system. Spend some time with the manual, and make sure you learn all the TG-6’s tricks.
Canon EOS 6D Mark II for $1,199 ($400 off)
Canon’s long-awaited sequel to the 6D brings a much better 45-point autofocus system, a larger 26-megapixel sensor, and an articulating touchscreen. The 6D continues to be a great choice for the “prosumer”—someone who wants a great Canon but doesn’t need the pro-oriented features of the more expensive 5D Mark IV, which is also on sale at $2,500 ($1,600 off).
GoPro Hero 7 Black for $300 ($30 off)
A similar deal has been going on for a while now, but the price has dropped another $30 for Cyber Monday. The Hero 7 is a very capable action camera with 4K video (8/10, WIRED Recommends). It lacks the custom menu features of the Hero 8 Black, but the sensor and lens are the same.
Sony Alpha A6000 Mirrorless Cam with 16–50mm Lens and Accessories for $448 ($200 off)
Sony’s A6000 was an underrated gem of a camera when it was first released, and even now, a couple of years on, it’s still a great option. It’s light, compact, and delivers fantastic images. At this price you’re getting a quality APS-C interchangeable lens system for the cost of a point-and-shoot. If you’re not interested in the kit lens (and unlike the kit lens for the A7 II above, this one is just so-so), you can get the A6000 body alone for $398 ($150 off).
DJI Osmo Action for $249 ($130 off)
DJI’s Osmo Action is my favorite action cam (8/10, WIRED Recommends), and at this price it’s an even sweeter deal. The front screen makes shooting yourself easier, and the frame rates for video match what you get out of DJI’s drones, saving you some headaches in postproduction if you’re combining drone and handheld footage.
Fujifilm Instax Mini 9 Instant Camera with film for $50 ($35 off)
Fujifilm’s Mini 9 is an affordable way into the instant camera world. It’s a great gift for kids too, because at this price you won’t feel quite so bad if your kids drop it or blaze through an entire pack of film in 10 seconds.
DJI Mavic 2 Pro for $1,379 ($350 off)
DJI’s Mavic 2 Pro is one of the best drones you can buy (9/10, WIRED Recommends). It’s easy to fly, has tons of safety features—like omnidirectional obstacle avoidance—so you don’t crash, and the camera is capable of some great 4K footage. There are two limitations to be aware of: Hyperlapse video is limited to 1080p (HD), and the zoom only goes to 2X when shooting 4K.
Outdoors and Fitness Deals
Fitbit Versa Lite Smartwatch for $100 ($60 off)
The Versa Lite (8/10, Wired Recommends) is one of the best fitness trackers you can get for your money. It works with both Android and iOS, can track everything from ovulation cycles to sleep, and unlike an Apple Watch, you don’t have to charge it every day.
Arc’teryx Alpha AR Jacket for $431 ($144 off)
Three-layer Gore-Tex Pro fabric blocks wind and water, whether you’re climbing, hiking, or braving the weather to shop for groceries. The hood fits over a helmet, and the stiff brim deflects rain so it won’t drip into your eyes on the heaviest downpours.
LifeStraw Personal Water Filter for $12 ($5 off)
At two ounces, LifeStraws are the lightest, cheapest water filters available. They filter out harmful microbes and bacteria. You can even use them to drink out of a puddle!
Farm to Feet Cascade Locks Lightweight Technical Crew Socks for $16 ($7 off)
These merino-blend lightweight socks have targeted cushioning and reinforcement zones, which means your feet will stay dry and comfortable. Other Farm to Feet socks are on sale for this price, too.
BioLite HeadLamp 330 for $40 ($10 off)
This lightweight headlamp stays put while you move. It was one of our favorite outdoor Cyber Monday deals.
Check out our picks for the best wireless gaming headsets and best games for PS4, Xbox One, and Switch.
Xbox One S + Sea of Thieves, Fortnite, Minecraft for $189 ($60 off)
This deal is up from the $150 Cyber Monday price, but it’s still a good deal. If you don’t need to play Xbox games in the highest resolution possible (it also depends if you have a 4K TV), then the Xbox One S is the way to go. This “All Digital” edition doesn’t have a disc drive, which means you can only play digital games. It comes with Fortnite: Battle Royale, Sea of Thieves, and Minecraft pre-loaded.
SteelSeries Arctis 7 for $122 ($28 off)
The Arctis Pro might be the best, but the Arctis 7 is a solid contender if you have a smaller budget, specifically for PC gamers. It comes with a 3.5-mm cable, the retractable mic lights up red when muted, and the SteelSeries Engine app lets you control features like mic monitoring. It helps that it’s very comfortable to wear.
Sega Genesis Mini Console for $50 ($30 off)
This pint-sized blast from the past comes preloaded with 40 games and two controllers. No difficult setup is required, either. Just plug it into your TV and start blasting. Maybe you could open it on Christmas Eve and spend the whole night gaming like you did when you were a kid.
Santorini Board Game for $15 ($15 off)
If your family plays board games during the holidays, you can add this one to your collection. The strategy-based game revolves around building a three-story structure, and whoever does it first wins. It can be played with two to four people at once.
Best Buy Game Deals
The big-box retailer will have about a gajillion games on sale for $50 or less. Top hits like The Last of Us: Remastered will be just $10, and more titles, such as Diablo III, will be on sale for only $25.
Catan: 5th Edition for $25 ($25 off)
The Settlers of Catan is one of the most popular board games on the market. This is the newest edition of the game, which means a shortened name and revised packaging, but the gameplay is still just as addictive. Three to four players ages 10 and up can compete to strategically develop the island of Catan. It’s easy to learn, and there are several expansions (some of which are on sale) to keep gameplay interesting. Check out our favorite tech-centric board games for more ideas.
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