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Be sure to keep this page bookmarked. We will update it as prices change or as gear goes out of stock, and we'll add new deals through Monday as well. If an item is no longer available at its deal price or is sold out, we cross it out. Deal prices sometimes return, and items come back in stock faster than we can update, so it never hurts to check for yourself.
Updated December 2: We added new deals, like the Yeti Roadie 20. We also crossed out sold out items and added a few new retailers.
Apple's not discounting its phones, but it is offering a $50 Apple Store gift card when you purchase select models like the iPhone XR. The XR, 2018's best-selling iPhone (8/10, WIRED Recommends), is still a great option. Its range of colors make it stand out, and its size is perfect for one-handed use. The camera might not be as versatile as the iPhone 11 Pro Max, and its screen not as impressive, but it still takes great photos, and battery life is pretty good. This can be combined with a trade-in, which will net you up to $200 in credit, and you do get one year of Apple TV+ included.
This is one of our favorite phones of the year. Google brought its considerable camera prowess down to the affordable phone market. It also has good battery life too, a sore point on the new Pixel 4, and its polycarbonate body won't shatter at the first drop. Because it's a Pixel phone, it will get software and security updates directly from Google (the maker of the Android operating system) for three years.
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
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Samsung’s Galaxy S10 is one of the best Android phones of 2019 (9/10, WIRED Recommends), thanks to a gorgeous and futuristic all-screen display, great performance, and a versatile camera system. This bundle nets you $200 off the S10 and tosses in Samsung’s excellent wireless Galaxy Buds earbuds, for free. If you want the bigger Galaxy S10 Plus, you can also grab the same bundle for $900.
The Galaxy S10E might not have as many cameras as the Galaxy S10 or S10 Plus (8/10, WIRED Recommends), but it's similar in many ways and just as powerful. You still get a wide-angle camera to accompany the main one for some versatility, battery life is solid, and the screen is nice. It's a fantastic size, and the side-mounted fingerprint sensor is much more reliable than the ultrasonic fingerprint sensors in its more expensive siblings.
If you want to buy a Kindle for yourself or someone else, this is the smartest choice (read our best Kindles guide). It now has a light-up screen and looks about as good as the Paperwhite below—just don't dunk it in your tub.
The Kindle Paperwhite (9/10, WIRED Recommends) is almost the perfect e-reader, though it's not drastically different from its predecessors. It's waterproof, supports Bluetooth for listening to audiobooks through Audible, and lasts for weeks on a single charge.
You only need to buy the latest Apple Watch Series 5 if you desperately want a screen that always displays the time. If you don't care about that as much, and if you don't mind twisting your arm to wake up the screen so you can see the clock, the Series 4 is still a great option—and has the ability to detect some forms of irregular heartbeat.
It's not much of a deal, but considering the Apple Watch Series 5 is so new, this is likely the best discount we're gonna get. The Series 5 (8/10, WIRED Recommends) doesn't reinvent the wheel, or square in this case, but it does bring features like an always-on display so you can always see the time without having to raise the watch. You may be able to save an additional $24 at Amazon by clipping the on-page coupon, though not all accounts are eligible for this offer.
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.
OLED TVs look better than any other because every pixel acts as its own backlight, which creates insane black levels and outstanding contrast. LG owns the OLED market, and the B9 is its most affordable OLED model. The price doesn't really get better than this.
Samsung 55-Inch Q60 Series TV (2019) $698 ($500 off)
We loved Vizio's P-Series when we reviewed it earlier this year (8/10, WIRED Recommends), and to get a 65-inch TV this great for under $1,000—that's a great deal. The P-Series has local dimming, beautiful color, and just about everything else you'd want in a high-end TV.
Vizio Soundbar With Wireless Sub for $98 ($80 off)
Vizio makes some of our favorite soundbars, and this compact 2.1-channel model is no exception. It's a perfect (and affordable) upgrade, and the wireless subwoofer can be placed out of sight, where it will deliver a bolder low end than what you'll get from the bar alone.
If you’re wondering what the Baby Yoda fuss is all about, now’s a good time to find out. Disney has a small discount on Disney+ subscriptions, where you can pay $60 for the first year, saving you $10. It means you’ll be able to watch shows like The Mandalorian, High School Musical: The Musical: The Series, and all the classic Disney movies you know and love.
Sonos speakers are some of the best functioning and easiest-to-set-up smart speakers you'll find, but they can be a bit spendy. If you've been thinking about starting your system, today is a good day, as you can get $50 off the Play:One and $40 off the One SL (which lacks the microphone of the One, but has the same great multiroom music functionality).
This is the best Roku for the most people. It works with HD or 4K HDR televisions and can connect to dual-band Wi-Fi networks. You may have to check to make sure your HDMI ports are lined up correctly for it to plug in properly, since it plugs into a second USB port for power.
This Sony A7 II kit deal is one of the best we've seen this holiday. You get a great camera (albeit one that's a few years old) with one of the best kit lenses I've used. No, it's not a fast prime, but it's better than you think. If you've been looking to get into the full-frame mirrorless camera system, you'd be hard-pressed to find a cheaper way to do it.
Olympus Tough TG-6 Waterproof Camera for $349 ($100 off)
The Olympus TG-6 is a rugged 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 GoPro Hero 8 Black (8/10, WIRED Recommends) brings some major changes to the Hero line. You no longer have to deal with a mounting cage, and some new add-ons make for easier vlogging. But the real highlight is the new customizable menu system, which simplifies using the camera in extreme conditions.
This little Canon hits the sweet spot for price, features, and image quality (8/10, WIRED Recommends). It's compact, the tilting touchscreen is a standout feature in this class, and the autofocus is surprisingly speedy.
Canon's long-awaited sequel to the 6D brings a much better 45-point autofocus system, a larger 26-megapixel sensor, and an articulating touch screen. 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 for $3,500 ($600 off).
SanDisk Extreme 64 GB MicroSD Card for $15 ($25 off)
You can never have too many memory cards, and you should never pay full price for them. This one isn't the best for video, but it's plenty fast for photos. The 128-gigabyte version is also available for $42 ($25 off).
DJI's Osmo Action is our favorite action cam (8/10, WIRED Recommends), and at this price it's an even sweeter deal. The front screen makes filming 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.
The Surface Pro 7 is one of our favorite laptop-tablet hybrids (8/10, WIRED Recommends). There are cheaper Surfaces, but this is a good price on the best hybrid model. Be sure to grab the Surface pen as well.
The Surface Go is a quirky little machine, but we like it (7/10, WIRED Review). It's a nice size and very well designed. It's 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).
This is a suspiciously awesome deal on a laptop that should do just about anything most of you want to do, outside heavy video editing or gaming. This AMD Ryzen processor is a good midrange chip. It comes with 256 GB of SSD file storage.
This is one of the best Chromebooks we've used. It's plenty powerful, with an Intel Core i3, and you get a 128-GB drive for storing files offline. The 15-inch screen isn't the sharpest, but the touch features work well. It also has great battery life for those on the go.
Amazon tablets feature Fire OS, which is, well, not for everyone. It really pushes Amazon services and products. But for $100 it's hard to beat the all-new Fire HD 10. This is definitely the nicest of the Fire family. The new model is a bit faster, has a USB-C port, and has longer battery life than the previous model (7/10, WIRED Review).
Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1-inch Android Tablet for $160 ($70 off)
If you want an affordable, good Android tablet, your options are slim. Amazon’s Fire HD tablets are solid, but they push Amazon’s services and do not have access to the Google Play Store, which means not all Android apps are available. Samsung’s Galaxy Tab A fills the gap. It has decent performance, a large, sharp-looking screen, and access to all the usual Android apps you can install on your phone.
Mophie Portable Charger for USB devices $15 ($30 off)
If your charging needs are limited to phones, tablets, and other small devices (not laptops), this Mophie charger is a WIRED favorite. It has enough power to charge several phones (or one phone several times), but doesn't feel like you added a brick to your bag.
Nimble Portable USB-C Charger for $70 ($30 off with coupon)
The fast charge on Nimble's 20,000-mAh portable battery can get most devices to 80 percent in just 30 minutes. It can also juice up three devices at once. We love the magnetic cord holder and the eco-friendly construction and packaging. Other Nimble chargers are also on sale, be sure to use the coupon button on Amazon.
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).
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).
If you want to opt for another brand, Eufy’s a solid alternative. Its RoboVac 15C Max is powerful enough to pick up pet hair, can be controlled through Alexa and Google Assistant, and can run for around 100 minutes on a single charge. It doesn’t rely on mapping technology like the Roomba robot vacs; instead, it will bounce around your house—which means it will take more time to clean up.
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.
KitchenAid 6-Quart Bowl-Lift Mixer for $330 ($170 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.
Jaybird's comfortable, durable headphones are our favorite headphones for running. They're soft and light, they sound great, and the two earpieces are connected by a wire, so you can't pop one off and lose it in a bush.
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.
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.
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.
TheraGun G3 Percussive Therapy Device for $299 ($100 off)
Being active means you're going to feel your adventures and workouts from time to time. Recover faster with a handheld TheraGun that massages away pain, muscle cramps, knots, and spasms. Our reviewer, Peter Rubin, wrote that he noticed a definite improvement in workout recovery after using it.
Black Diamond Pieps DSP Sport Avalanche Beacon for $225 ($75 off)
If you're mountaineering, snowboarding, skiing—any snowsport in a playground that's also an avalanche risk—you should think hard about carrying an avalanche beacon. The Pieps DSP Sport is a relatively affordable and easy-to-use model with a 50-meter range. If you're buried in an avalanche, it'll transmit to other receivers nearby, and you can also use it to locate other people if they're buried and have transceivers of their own.
Everything at Dick’s Sporting Goods is 25 percent off, but our pick was Yeti’s mini hard-sided cooler. It has Yeti’s pioneering rotomolded walls and unbreakable rubber T-Rex lid latches, in a pint-sized package.
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.
Nintendo Switch Bundle with 128 GB Sandisk Memory Card and Controller for $299 ($70 off)
Switch bundles are few and far between, and they come and go in a snap. This one bundles the Switch console with a 128-GB Sandisk memory card, which is handy, since the Switch’s internal storage is a measly 32 GB. Outside of the included JoyCons, you also get a third-party wired controller.
PlayStation 4 Pro 1 TB Console for $300 ($100 off)
The PlayStation 4 Pro is the most powerful PlayStation you can buy, and even if a new PlayStation 5 is expected next year, it doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy some of the best games from the past decade on this console, from God of War to Red Dead Redemption 2.
Want to play PS4 games with your friends online? You're going to need a PlayStation Plus subscription. The subscription comes with "free" games each month that you can play as long as you're a member, which helps balance out the subscription's asking price.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Deluxe Edition on PS4 and Xbox One for $50 ($20 off)
WIRED reviewer Julie Muncy called Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order one of the best Star Wars games ever made, largely in part due to its wonderful world-building and storytelling. The Deluxe Edition at the moment costs less than the standard game; you get access to a few cosmetic skins, a digital art book, and a “Director’s Cut,” with more than 90 minutes of behind-the-scenes videos surrounding the making of the game.
Xbox One S + Sea of Thieves, Fortnite, Minecraft for $150 ($100 off)
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.
The Oculus Go (8/10, WIRED Recommends) is our favorite budget VR headset, since it needs no external devices to work beyond the one controller it comes with. It's an affordable, complete package with access to over 1,000 games and apps. There's a 64-GB option you might want to consider ($199), as games can quickly eat up space, but you can always remove ones you've finished.
Cyber Monday Retailer Sales Pages
We've sifted through most of these major sales for you. But if you prefer to browse for more deals, here are some retailers to check.
Ever wonder what the upper limit of the shot put is? The record is 23.12 meters, or just under 75 feet. But could someone come along and put one even further? WIRED's Robbie Gonzalez met up with Olympic record holder Ryan Crouser to find out why putting a shot 24 meters is Almost Impossible.