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Note: This story is no longer being actively updated. For the latest news on deals for the holidays, be sure to check in with The Cheapskate and our Holiday Gift Guide 2019.

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Although Cyber Monday 2019 is now just a memory, many Cyber Monday deals remain. For example, lots of [black friday] sales amazon devices are still on sale (see below), and the elusive Nintendo Switch Lite is currently $189.99 at Woot — hardly a huge saving, but better than paying full retail. Even better than that: If

you’re an Amazon Prime subscriber, the price drops to $179.99 at checkout[black friday] sales! And if you love arcade games, you owe it to yourself to look at all the deals on the Arcade1Up cabinets below.[black friday] sales

Below we’ve rounded up the best of the rest: Deals still available as of today, followed by the ones that we’ve confirmed have expired.

Arcade1UpWe’re big fans of Arcade1Up’s retro machines, which offer all the fun of their coin-op counterparts but in 3/4-size cabinets. During Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Walmart heavily discounted many of them — and many of those discounts are still in place. You can get Street Fighter 2 for $200 (save [black friday] sales $99), Space Invaders for $150 (save $150) and so on.

Walmart you missed Switch sales during Black Friday or Cyber Monday, we have good news: Walmart has a new bundle that was worth waiting for. For $299, you get:

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See our Nintendo Switch review.

Tyler Lizenby/CNETAfter spending a few days at its lowest-ever price of $50, the 5.5-inch smart screen somehow dips even lower. This deal is available from Daily Steals via Facebook Marketplace, and you should get it while you can.

Amazon’s price is now up to $60. Read our Amazon Echo Show 5 review [black friday] sales.


Though a few bucks higher than it was during Black Friday, the Echo Dot (without the clock) is still a great deal at $25. It puts all of the smarts of Amazon’s voice assistant Alexa into a small and affordable package. You can control your smart home devices, check the weather, play music, search the internet and more. You lose some sound quality with the smaller size, but you can plug it into your own speakers to make up for the difference. Read our Amazon Echo Dot 2018 review.

James Martin/CNETC’mon… you want the newer, cooler version with the clock built-in, right? It was just introduced in September at $60, but now it’s at its lowest price yet: just $35.

Note: Right now, this is available only in one color, and Amazon is showing that it isn’t shipping until January, but that may change since shipping times fluctuate. Read our Echo Dot with Clock review.

WalmartMake your favorite recipes with this Instant Pot, which features a dishwasher-safe inner cooking pot and a three-ply bottom for even heat distribution.

AmazonThis smart display still hasn’t shipped yet, but you can still score a deal — briefly pinging up to $100, it’s back to its Black Friday price of $80. The Echo Show 8 is basically a larger version of the super-popular Echo Show 5, and therefore better suited to places like the kitchen, where the 8-inch screen makes it easier to view cooking videos and the like. Read our Echo Show 8 review.

WalmartSorry, Bond and Bourne: Pound for pound, there’s no action movie series that delivers the goods like Mission: Impossible. This set includes all six titles in both Blu-ray and digital formats. It normally sells for anywhere from $48-$60.

The bundle is also available from Amazon for the same price. It was previously $20, but it’s now $23.12.

Andrew Hoyle/CNETSorry gotta do it: The Force is strong with this one. Propel’s drones originally sold for $180. They’re incredibly fun to fly, and if you’re able to find the TIE Fighter or Speeder Bike elsewhere, you can engage in actual aerial dogfights. These are getting increasingly hard to find, so don’t miss this for just $40 (up from $37, earlier).

[black friday] sales Sarah Tew/CNETOne of the best TVs we’ve reviewed


this year is available at a huge discount. With insane light output, powerful local dimming and one of the best HDR pictures we’ve tested, this Vizio is a certified beast. Note, though, that is is up to $200 from its earlier low price at Costco.

Here’s where you can sign up for a Costco membership if you don’t already have one. Read our Vizio P-Series Quantum X review.

Sarah Tew/CNETIf you can’t afford premium noise-canceling models from Bose and Sony, the JBL Live 650BTNC Wireless Noise Canceling Headphones list for $200 and they’re great. This week, you can get them for $70 off — though that’s up from the earlier $100 price. Read our JBL Live 650BTNC review.

Sarah Tew/CNETThe Sonos One is a great-sounding smart speaker that supports both Alexa and Google Assistant. This is the latest version, discounted $30. That’s a bit less than the discount for Cyber Monday, but still decent. Read our Sonos One review.

SceptreThat’s just a bananas price on a big old’ desktop display. Yes, the 1080p resolution is actually a bit on the low side given the size, but you can tweak your PC’s settings to help compensate. Meanwhile, the Sceptre includes VGA, DVI, and HDMI inputs and built-in speakers, so you could use it with your game console as well. Heck, plug in a streaming stick and make a TV out of it.

Mint MobileBorrowing a page from McDonald’s, which now charges the same price for any size drink, Mint Mobile will sell you any of its three-month plans for $15 per month. Why? Tough to say, but the obvious winner here is the 12GB option, which normally runs $25 per month (already an excellent deal).

For those unfamiliar with the carrier, Mint offers service for GSM-compatible phones (otherwise known as those compatible with AT&T and T-Mobile). You pay in either three-, six- or 12-month blocks.

Tip: There’s currently a $20 cash-back option available from both Rakuten and TopCashback, but the terms are really confusing. (Anyone who’s able to figure them out, leave a comment.)

César Salza/CNETThe Fossil Sport hit the scene just about a year ago, bringing oodles of features to the Wear OS watchscape for a reasonable $275. The specs include NFC for Google Pay, GPS, 5-atm water resistance, a heart rate monitor and an altimeter. This sale drops the Sport (light blue only) to just $149, the best price we’ve seen yet.

Walmart 65-inch TV for $360? It seems like only yesterday that would have been considered a steal on a 55-inch model. It’s an entry-level model, to be sure, with no smarts built-in; you’ll have to add your own Fire TV or Roku streamer for those functions. Thankfully, it has four HDMI inputs, so there’s plenty of room for all the gear you might want to plugin. Note that this price is up to $20 from its low of $360.

[black friday] sales AmazonThis is the lowest price to date on Amazon’s kid-friendly


tablet, which includes a heavy-duty case (with stand) and a two-year worry-free warranty. You also get a year of Amazon FreeTime Unlimited, a $36 value. The tablet is available in your choice of three case colors: blue, pink and purple.

You can also get the Fire HD 8 Kids Edition Tablet for $80, which is $50 off the regular price. It’s slightly faster and slightly larger, but otherwise pretty much the same experience for your kids.

Expired deals no longer available sorry — you missed out on these.

Living DNACurious about your origin story? Living DNA’s test is quite comprehensive; it covers your overall ancestry, motherline, and father line. Plus, family DNA matching is now included as well.

TidalLooking for a new place to hang your music-streaming hat? Tidal rivals the best of them, with a library of over 60 million songs and competitive pricing. A one-year subscription runs $120 — basically $10 per month — but for a limited time, you can score a free pair of Sennheiser HD 4.40BT headphones (shown above) with that subscription. Those popular over-the-ear cans list for $100.

Of course, Tidal is perhaps best known for its HiFi option, and if you grab a one-year subscription to that ($240), you’ll receive your choice of free Sennheiser HD 4.50BTNC headphones or IE 80 S ear-canal earbuds.

This deal is expired.  Read our HD 4.50BTNC review.

LenovoBuilt with students in mind, the S340 offers 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage and a full-HD display. To put this Costco deal in some perspective, Lenovo charges $250 for a configuration with half the storage and a lower-resolution screen.

Here’s where you can sign up for a Costco membership if you don’t already have one.

This deal is expired. Read more about the Lenovo S340.

Angela Lang/CNETWe recently awarded the Fitbit Versa 2 an Editors’ Choice award, citing its reasonable price, long-lasting battery, and compatibility across Android and iOS. We called it “one of the best examples of a hybrid fitness tracker and smartwatch you can buy.” Normally $200, it’s now on sale for $130 — a $70 discount — at Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart and Fitbit’s own site. Read our Fitbit Versa 2 review.

NintendoBefore you buy, be aware that you’re getting the original version of the Switch, not the new model. Since that means your battery life will be somewhere between 2.5 and 6.5 hours, you probably want to take advantage of this deal only if you mostly plan to keep it docked. For lots of away missions, you might want to pass on this and get the updated Switch. Here’s how to tell the difference between the two Switch consoles by looking at the box art.

Nintendo is bundling the download code for Mario Kart 8 Deluxe with the first-gen version of the Switch for $300 and throwing in a screen protector as well.

Currently available from Amazon and Best Buy. Read our Nintendo Switch review.

TwitterBaby Yoda, anyone? That’s all anyone can talk about, and the only place to see it (er, him? her?) is on Disney’s new streaming service. (Of course, it’s also home to every other Star Wars property, to say nothing of Marvel, Pixar and so on.)

For Cyber Monday only, customers in the US and Puerto Rico can save $10 on the first year, with an annual subscription that goes for $60 rather than $70. Next year: back to the regular price. Read more about Disney Plus.

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SonyThis is the best we’ve seen this season. Last year, you got the same console plus Spider-Man at this price, so this is a pretty big ramp-up.

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  • God of War
  • Horizon Zero Dawn: Complete Edition
  • The Last of Us Remastered

That pulls together three of the best-ever PS4 exclusives — albeit ones that are not for younger kids.

Read more at GameSpot: The best PS4 Black Friday 2019 deals. Read our Sony PS4 Slim review.

Walmart the new AirPods are the baseline true-wireless earbuds. They have an open design and the fit can be finicky for some ears, but they’re a nice step up from wired headphones for iPhone users. Read our Apple AirPods 2019 review.

Sarah Tew/CNETAn absolute favorite among runners, these AfterShokz earbuds are ultralightweight and sweatproof, and their unique bone-conduction design means you can hear your music and podcasts without blocking ambient noise (like, say, the sound of cars or cyclists coming up behind you). Discounts are extremely rare, so grab this one while you can. Read our AfterShokz Air review.

Ted Soqui/Corbis via Getty images if you’re looking to take the plunge on Hulu’s video service, now is the perfect time. This weekend only, you can scoop up the first year of the service for just $1.99 a month — $4 less than the usual price. Yes, there are ads, and yes, the price goes up after the first year. But this is still a pretty sweet deal. See the complete details.

Sarah Tew/CNETIf you’ve been waiting for a good deal on this terrific TV — we gave it an Editors’ Choice Award for its image quality,  affordable price and best-in-class Roku TV smarts — it’s here. And you can get it at that price from several places, such as Walmart, in addition to Best Buy. Read our TCL 6-Series 2019 review.

[black friday] sales The latest iPad has a larger 10.2-inch screen


and support for Apple Pencil (sold separately). It’s a great deal for anyone with a 2017 (non-Pro) iPad or older. It was available for $230 earlier this weekend from Amazon and Target, but that price didn’t last until Cyber Monday. Read our iPad 10.2 review.

Microsoft sure, you can get an Xbox One S for about $200 less than the Xbox One X, but if you do that you’re sacrificing native 4K gaming, and these days, why would you want to do that? For Black Friday, Best Buy is bundling the Xbox One X with the deluxe edition of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order for $350. If you’re a Star Wars fan, this is the bundle to get — Fallen Order has received enthusiastic reviews, and the deluxe edition adds bonus skins for the BD-1 and Stinger Mantis as well as a digital artbook and 90 minutes of behind-the-scenes footage of the making of the game. You can whet your appetite by reading CNET’s Sean Keane’s extensive look at the Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order game. Oh, and the bundle also includes three months of Xbox Live Gold. Read our Xbox One X review.

David Carnoy/CNETThey’re back: Best Buy again has the JLabs JBuds Air on sale for $30. They normally retail for $50. JLabs makes a lot of true wireless earbuds and these are it is most affordable — a relative bargain at $30 — and frankly, the only ones I’d buy.

Sarah Tew/CNETThe hot-ticket item of 2019 is back in stock at Amazon in time for Cyber Monday. The discount isn’t much, but it’s something. If you’re hoping for an AirPods Pro-like experience at a lower price, check out these five affordable alternatives.

These AirPods are temporarily out of stock, but the deal is still available and will ship when inventory returns. Read our AirPods Pro review.

Rockstar GamesRed Dead Redemption 2 is one of the biggest hits of the decade, clearing $725 million in its opening weekend last year. In the game, you travel back to 1899, when America’s short-lived Wild West era was in its death throes. You get to experience it through the eyes of an outlaw who’s trying to survive in that dangerous and dusty world. Right now, you can pick up the Xbox One digital download of Red Dead Redemption 2 for $30 from Amazon or the disc version for $25 from Best Buy. Read GameSpot’s review of Red Dead Redemption 2.

Apple’s latest, greatest MacBook Air frequently is on sale for $900. Earlier this week, you could get it for as little as $800, but that deal is gone with the wind. Still, this is $200 less than you’d pay at the Apple Store right now.

This model includes 8GB of RAM and a 128GB solid-state drive. Read our MacBook Air 2019 preview.

RemoBellAlready a pretty amazing deal at $99, the RemoBell S is an attractive, hardwired doorbell designed to take the place of your existing bell. I’ve been using one for about six months, and while I still don’t love the forced fisheye view of recorded videos, overall the doorbell has worked really well. And I absolutely do love the free cloud storage.

Sarah Tew/CNETWhen Lenovo introduced the IdeaPad 330s last year, it started at $500. Now, you can get a nice midrange configuration — with a quad-core AMD processor, a 256GB SSD and 8GB of RAM — for under $300. Equipped with a nice 15.6-inch display, the 330s has thinner-than-usual bezels and an aluminum lid. This is a good deal on a solid entry-level laptop. (Note, however, that it was previously $329, so watch for another sale if you’re not in a hurry.) Read our Lenovo IdeaPad 330s preview. [black friday] sales


RCARecently expired, it’s back! In case you ended up missing out on the Samsung deal (above) or prefer a TV with built-in Roku, Walmart has this RCA model at the exact same price. It also has no user reviews, but at least it has three HDMI inputs instead of just two. Don’t expect a world-class picture; do expect a huge screen to enjoy watching your shows on. And, hey, same deal: If you’re not happy with it, you can take it back to the store.

AmazonBetween Bose, Sony and now Apple with its AirPods Pro, active noise-canceling headphones and earbuds are all the rage. And now, we’re seeing an old favorite from Sennheiser that’s currently just $80 from Amazon — down from $200. We reviewed the nearly identical Sennheiser HD 4.50 BTNC headphones two years ago and found them to be a formidable Bose competitor at that $200 price. That model is down to $103 on Amazon, but this model — the HD 4.50 SE — has literally the exact same specs aside from some cosmetic color differences.

Andrew Hoyle/CNETThe Apple HomePod faces increasingly stiff competition in the smart-speaker market, starting with Amazon’s new, similar Echo Studio. But remember, too, that the HomePod started out at $349; this is your chance to get it for considerably less. If you want wonderful sound and already live in Apple’s ecosystem, look no further. Read our Apple HomePod review.

LenovoThis feels like the kind of deal that would normally be a doorbuster, requiring you to stand in line outside the store for a couple of hours. This Chromebook features 4GB of RAM, 32GB of expandable storage and a touchscreen on a 360-degree hinge — meaning it’s suitable for tablet duty as well. The screen may be on the smaller side, but that didn’t stop this 2-in-1 from scoring a 4.7-star average rating from over 1,800 buyers.

Sarah Tew/CNETLooking to update some of your older Roku devices? Get the super-luxe ultra-premium model for the lowest price ever. The Ultra supports 4K and HDR, of course, and also includes Ethernet and USB ports, a MicroSD slot and a lost remote finder. And speaking of that remote, you can plug in wired headphones (JBL earbuds included!) for easy private listening. Read our Roku Ultra review.

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CNET Holiday Gift Guide 2019Still with us? This article has been periodically updated to keep it current. What follows is the original version of this article, with plenty of general tips for shopping on Cyber Monday.

It’s just over a month until Black Friday, but of course, things are starting to ramp up already. Best Buy, for example, already ran a guaranteed-Black-Friday-pricing sale on TVs (now expired) and just unveiled weekly sales on Apple products for members of its free My Best Buy program. And that’s just the start. In the next week or so, expect to see “leaked” ads from a growing number of stores, along with with with early sales (“Black November,” anyone?) and other promotions.


In case you’re new to these United States, a quick explanation: Black Friday is the day after Thanksgiving, traditionally the unofficial start of the holiday shopping season. (Today it’s better known as the day retail stores try desperately to remind people there are still retail stores.) Cyber Monday happens three days later, with the focus squarely on online shopping.

[black friday] sales As always, we’ll be watching for all these sales

and passing along the best ones. In the meantime, let’s talk about the ways you can shop smarter on Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Note that CNET may get a share of the revenue from the sale of the products featured on this page.


Read more: When is [black friday] sales 2019?

1. Don’t get caught up in the hypeI’ve been writing the Cheapskate blog for 12 years, and if there’s one thing I’ve learned, it’s that every day is Black Friday. Some recent examples: The Amazon Kindle (2019) for $65, the Apple Watch Series 3 for $189, the Nintendo Switch V2 for $263 and a refurbished JBL Link 10 speaker for $40. (Some of these have sold out or expired. I’m using them primarily to illustrate my point.)

Will those products be even less on Black Friday? Perhaps, but some of them (like the Kindle and Apple Watch) are already selling at historic lows. Between Valentine’s Day, Easter, Mother’s Day, Memorial Day, Father’s Day, the Fourth of July, Prime Day, Labor Day and Christmas, there are countless opportunities year-round for stores to hold sales. And that’s exactly what they do. None of them put all their eggs into Black Friday’s basket.

Bottom line: Try to avoid getting caught up in the Friday frenzy. If there’s something you want to buy and you spot a great deal before BF, grab it. If you missed a great deal on BF, don’t sweat it: Chances are good you’ll see it again before long. Trust me on this; I speak from experience[black friday] sales

2. Set up price alerts, and do it now suppose you’re planning to buy one of the aforementioned items — say the Nintendo Switch. But you’re not going to pull the trigger unless the price drops to $250 or less. (Psst: It’s getting there. Check out today’s Switch deal at $262.95.)  Just one problem: Short of checking a bunch of stories on a daily basis, how can you find out when that happens?


Honey’s Droplist tool can notify you when a product’s price drops. [black friday] sales


Screenshot by Rick Broida/CNETSimple: Set up price alerts. Free tools including CamelCamelCamel (which works solely with Amazon), Honey, PriceBlink and WikiBuy can notify you when there’s a price drop. It might be called a “droplist” or “watchlist,” but ultimately it’s a way to bookmark store items and find out when they go on sale. This is not only a time-saver but also a way to ensure that a short-lived discount doesn’t get away from you.

You may want to use one or more of these tools simultaneously, as some of them let you set thresholds for alerts, while others will notify you if there’s any price drop at all.

3. Sit out the doorbuster sales for many, Black Friday still conjures images of long lines outside the store and crazy crowds inside it — because that’s how it all started. But although lots of retailers still try to lure customers in with “doorbuster” deals, they’re not always worth the effort.

Stop the madness! Or, at least, don’t participate in it.

Stan Honda/Getty ImagesFor starters, most of the best deals have limited quantities available, meaning you’ll have to arrive really early and stand in line for a really long time. Should you really bother doing that to save, say, an extra $20 on a Nintendo Switch? Or get a bargain-basement price on a TV that’s not great, to begin with?

Probably not. And, remember, once you’re in the door, there’s a good chance you’ll end up spending money on other items you don’t need or want. My advice: stay home.

Cash-back app Dosh links to your credit card to automatically score your savings — not just from online stores, but local ones as well.

Screenshot by Rick Broida/CNETPsst! There’s a way to save even more on Black Friday (and Cyber Monday, and every other shopping day of the year): Use a cash-back service.

[black friday] sales Read more: Cash-back services: Do they really work?


BeFrugal, Dosh, Rakuten (formerly Ebates), Honey and TopCashback are just a few of the services that will score you extra discounts (in the form of rebates) at many, if not most, stores — mostly online stores, but some retails ones, too. Dosh, in particular, is a good choice for the latter, but the Rakuten mobile app also supports in-store shopping.

Read more: 4 ways to get cashback without even trying

5. Forget the stuff — shop for experiences instead this 51-year-old cheapskate has learned that owning stuff is nowhere near as good as doing stuff. So consider choosing Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals on experiences, the kinds that build memories. Some suggestions:

  • National parks
  • Escape rooms
  • Live music at small venues
  • Ballparks in other states
  • Football-bowling
  • Axe-throwing
  • Indoor go-kart racing

In other words, put the phone down, take the headphones off, and get the hell out there. Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.

6. Use virtual credit card numbers online shopping is pretty safe overall, but every time you buy something, you’re exposing your credit card number. The more stores you patronize, the greater the odds of that number getting stolen.

Solution: Use a virtual credit card, meaning one that’s generated for one-time use and doesn’t expose your real number. Many banks offer this option. If yours doesn’t, check out Token, a free app that produces virtual credit card numbers.

Originally published last year. Updated to reflect new advice and promotions.


The best early Cyber Monday deals to shop on Amazon[black friday] sales


Cyber Monday has arrived at Amazon. After seven full days and hundreds of jaw-dropping deals, the mega-retailer is offering up one last chance to save big on some of the most coveted items around.

Monday’s final flood of Gold Boxes runs the gamut from the best tech, to home must-haves, and everything in between. Shop soon, or risk the items on your list selling out. It’s your last chance to take advantage of the year’s best savings and deals, so get your holiday haul and finish off deals week on a high note.

TechBose SoundSport Free Truly Wireless Sport Headphones ($139, originally $199; amazon.com)

Free yourself from wires with these Bose SoundSport true wireless earbuds in a limited-edition Ultraviolet with Midnight Blue colorway. They offer up to five hours of play time with each charge and an additional 10 hours with the included charging case, and they’re sweat- and weather-resistant.


Books on Kindle (starting at $0.99; amazon.com)

Whether you already have a Kindle or you just bought a discounted one, you can load it up with over 350 best-selling books, thanks to 80% savings on select titles from Amazon — its biggest deal of the year on Kindle reads. Fiction, memoirs, thrillers, fantasy and novels of pretty much any other genre a literary mind may enjoy are up for grabs, so start reading your new books promptly when you shop this deal now.


Select Chromebooks (starting at $124.99; amazon.com) [black friday] sales

A Chromebook is one of the best computing solutions for people who want a device that can help them surf the web at fast speed and work seamlessly with simple programs like Microsoft Word or PowerPoint — and who don’t want to spend more than $200 at a time.


Content creator savings on PC devices and accessories (starting at $13.99; amazon.com)

Whether you’re a photographer, a videographer or a designer, you’ll need additional accessories to make your PC more creative-friendly. This includes Wi-Fi routers (both portable and wired) to ensure your connection is at full speed when you’re working on big files and a large monitor that can allow you to see your Photoshop files with full clarity.


Save on cameras and telescopes (starting at $39.99; amazon.com)

Take your stargazing to new heights with a professional-grade telescope from Celestron. A variety of its designs, including its now discounted NexStar 8SE, uses a database of over 40,000 celestial objects and can automatically locate and track objects for you.


Samsung Galaxy S10 & Note10 with AKG N700NC Headphones (starting at $698.98; amazon.com)

What’s better than saving big on your new Samsung Galaxy phone? Getting a pair of noise-canceling headphones to boot.


Save on speakers and headphones (starting at $25.99; amazon.com)[black friday] sales

Your playlists and vinyl records deserve high-fidelity speakers. Listen to all your favorite audio, both at home and while you’re traveling, with a variety of listening devices, including bookshelf speakers (now on sale for as little as $49.99) and noise-canceling headphones (starting at $25.99).


Build your own PC deals (starting at $35.99; amazon.com)

For those looking to expand their current PC’s offerings on their own, Amazon has a whole host of discounts, ranging from monitors to hard drives, that will help you customize your computing experience.


Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 ($549.99, originally $649.99; amazon.com)

We’re big fans of the Tab S6 and consider it a dependable Android tablet that properly mixes entertainment and productivity with one design. It has a vibrant and crisp 10.5-inch Super AMOLED display that is nearly edge to edge. Even better, with an Octa-Core processor inside, it should stand up to almost any task.


Echo Show 8 ($79.99, originally $129.99; amazon.com)

The middle Echo with a display is now shipping and better yet, it’s on sale for $79.99. It was also just named our favorite smart display in our review. Dual speakers inside create an incredibly wide soundstage and it’s mixed quite well. Plus with an onboard equalizer, you can customize the sound experience.


7th Generation 10.2-inch iPad ($249.99, originally $329; amazon.com)

Apple’s latest entry-level iPad not only increases the screen size but also improves the internal hardware. Even better, it’s on sale at 24% off for $249. It’s powered by an A10 Fusion Chip that keeps iOS 13 running smoothly, and on the back, you’ll find an 8-megapixel camera.


SanDisk 128GB micro SD card ($14.99, originally $19.99; amazon.com)

Whether you need extra storage for a Nintendo Switch, a DSLR camera or even a smartphone, a micro SD card is around to lend a hand. And SanDisk’s 128GB micro SD card is on sale for just $14.99 and eligible for Prime shipping.


Powerbeats Pro ($199.95, originally $249.95; amazon.com)[black friday] sales

The Powerbeats Pro are a seriously impressive pair of true wireless earbuds. It’s a rethinking of the classic ear-hook design from Beats by Dre, and these will conform to your ears after a few days of wearing. They feature Apple’s custom H1 Bluetooth chip inside for fast pairing and are sweat-resistant.


Nintendo JoyCon ($61.99, originally $79.99; amazon.com)

Like most consoles, the Nintendo Switch comes with a JoyCon out of the box, and extra JoyCons don’t come cheap. But for $59.99, you can get a JoyCon in your choice of three colors and expand how many people you can play with.


Samsung Galaxy Buds ($99.99, originally $129.99; amazon.com) [black friday] sales

Samsung’s take on true wireless earbuds comes in the form of Galaxy Buds. Launched alongside the Galaxy S10 family, these don’t change much about the formula. They feature easy pairing with Samsung devices, an equalizer to customize the sound and nearly six hours of battery life.


Echo wall clock ($23.99, originally $29.99; amazon.com)

What the Echo Spot or Echo Dot lacks in visuals, the Echo wall clock delivers. When you set a timer on the device, the ring around the numbers will light up, giving you a clear picture of how much time is left on your timer. It is important to note that unlike other Echo devices, the Echo wall clock doesn’t stand alone and needs to be synced to an additional Amazon-Alexa device for full functionality. With Cyber Monday savings in full swing, we’ll take it as a sign from the universe to buy both.


SanDisk 512GB memory card ($74.99, originally $99.99; amazon.com)

There’s plenty a Kodak moment to be had this holiday season. Ensure your family photos and videos are securely stored with a heavy-duty memory card, like this popular option from SanDisk. It’s compatible with Android smartphones and tablets and can store a whopping 512GB of content.


TCL 6-Series 65″ TV ($599.99, originally $649.99; amazon.com)

TCL’s latest 6-Series really ups the panel quality while keeping value front and center. It’s a QLED panel that hits 4K UHD resolution and supports Dolby Vision, so expect vibrant colors and deep blacks, all for just $599.99.


Pixel 4 ($599, originally $799; amazon.com) and Pixel 4 XL ($699, originally $899; amazon.com)

Both the Pixel 4 and 4 XL scored high in our full reviews. They have particularly outstanding cameras and a vibrant display that goes up to 90Hz. For Cyber Monday, you can score $200 off either model.


Anker PowerPort III Nano USB Type-C wall charger ($19.99; amazon.com)

This tiny USB Type-C charger from Anker can push out 18 watts, which is enough to fast charge the iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max, along with Google’s Pixel line and Samsung’s Galaxy smartphones.[black friday] sales


Fitbit Versa 2 ($129.99, originally $199.95; amazon.com)[black friday] sales

At $50 off, the Versa 2 is more than just a fitness tracker. On select devices, you’ll be able to respond to messages, stream songs and even enable an Alexa skill to have the smart assistant on your wrist — just remember, she’ll write back on the screen, not talk. Plus, this rich Bordeaux and Copper Rose color combo is exclusive to Amazon.


Sony audio products (starting at $28; amazon.com)

Whether you prefer to rock out in your own personal jam session or blast your music for all to hear, Sony has deals on audio products at Amazon to suit your listening needs. A range of on-ear, over-ear and in-ear headphones is available starting at just $38, while Bluetooth speakers are as low as $59.99. There’s even a Dolby Atmos Sound Bar up for grabs at $1,198, an all-time low price, and a turntable.


Save on laptops, desktops, monitors and tablets (starting at $95.99; amazon.com)

The news we’ve all been waiting for all year long: Samsung tablets, Acer laptops, Dell monitors and Asus touchscreen computers are now on sale for hundreds of dollars off. Act fast on these Amazon computing deals; savings this good won’t last for long.


H&R Block Tax Software Deluxe + State 2019 with 4% Refund Bonus Offer ($22.49, originally $44.99; amazon.com)

If the thought of the impending tax season has you worried, it’s worth investing in H&R Block’s tax software. This program helps you prepare documents for both federal and state taxes, giving you guidance every step of the way.


SiriusXM SXEZR1V1 Onyx EZR satellite radio with vehicle kit ($29.99, originally $79.99; amazon.com)

Your car radio will never be the same once you spring for the SiriusXM Onyx EZR satellite radio with vehicle kit. Right now, it’s on sale for its lowest price ever, and that includes three months of free service. Sounds like a great deal to us.

[black friday] sales Jabra Elite Active 65t earbuds ($139.99, originally $189.99; amazon.com)

Hear that? It’s a great deal on Jabra Elite Active 65t earbuds. These true wireless earbuds provide five hours total on a single charge, and up to 15 hours total with the included compact charging case, and can be personalized with the Jabra Sound+ app.


Mophie wireless charge pad ($19.99, originally $54.60; amazon.com)

Untangle yourself from all the wires, and get this Mophie Wireless Charge Pad, now down to its lowest price ever. With Qi-enabled wireless charging technology, it was developed to charge your iPhone 50% faster than standard wireless chargers with up to a 7.5-watt fast charge capability.


Kindle Paperwhite ($84.99, originally $129.99; amazon.com)

A light e-reader, that’s now waterproof so you can safely carry your Kindle on your next beach vacation, the Kindle Paperwhite is down to its lowest price. For a limited time, get $5 in e-book credit with every purchase, and be sure to check out the other Kindle sales happening on Amazon now.


Wemo Mini Wi-Fi-enabled smart plug ($15.98, originally $34.99; amazon.com)

This voice-controlled Wemo Mini Wi-Fi-enabled smart plug can control any device you want, and now it’s down to its lowest price ever. Plug your Christmas tree lights into it to ensure they turn on as soon as the sun sets and turn off at dawn.

Home and healthInstant Pot IP-DUO80 multi-cooker, 8-qt ($64.99, originally $139.95; amazon.com)

It wouldn’t be Cyber Monday without a stellar deal on the beloved Instant Pot, which combines seven appliances — pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, steamer, sauté pan, yogurt maker and warmer — in one. For Cyber Monday, the massive 8-quart Instant Pot IP-DUO80, a best-selling classic model, is back down to its lowest price of all time, so don’t miss out on this delicious deal.


AncestryDNA Kit ($49, originally $119; amazon.com)

Look into your lineage with an Ancestry kit, now at an all-time low price. This AncestryDNA test will provide you with a genealogical map that breaks down all the ethnicities in your DNA by percentage. Plus, you’ll also get access to see people who share similar DNA results to you, and Ancestry will rank these people in proximity to your family tree.


iRobot Roomba 891 Robot Vacuum Cleaner ($299.99, originally $499.99; amazon.com)

Roombas are as hands-free as a vacuum cleaner gets. This device can suction up pet hair, dirt and debris around your home without you ever needing to press a button. Just sync up the device with your Amazon Echo, and ask Alexa to kick-start the cleaning process for you.


Save on furniture and mattresses (starting at $4.92; amazon.com)

Your home deserves a holiday gift of its very own. Spruce up your space with some new leather recliners, kitchen carts, bar stools and floor poufs.


Aerogarden Harvest Elite and Elite 360 Indoor Gardens (starting at $84.95; amazon.com)

Just because you don’t have a green thumb doesn’t mean you should be deprived of fresh herbs readily available in your kitchen. Self-growing kits like the Aerogarden Harvest Elite can nurture your fine herbs and vegetables for you, giving your garden the exact proportion of water and light it needs to thrive.

Ninja Foodi 8-Quart Multi-Cooker ($169, originally $279.99; amazon.com)

Instant Pot is certainly the best-known name in multicookers, but the Ninja Foodi has a cult following all its own. This 8-quart model can pressure cook, air fry/air crisp, steam, bake/roast, slow cook, yogurt, and sear/sauté — notably, it features Tendercrisp technology which allows you to quickly cook ingredients to a perfect golden crunch. Plus, it comes with a 5-quart basket just for air frying.


Keurig K-Cafe coffee brewer (starting at $98.99; amazon.com)[black friday] sales

The Keurig made brewing your morning coffee as simple as popping in a K-cup and pressing a button. Now, the Keurig K-Cafe is down to its lowest price ever by far; just decide whether you want — just the brewer, or the brewer and a 24-pack of K-cups. Brewing a cup of coffee — and saving some money — has never been easier.


Christmas trees (starting at $16.89; amazon.com)

It’s officially post-Thanksgiving; time to get that Christmas tree up! For those in need of a new tree this year, turn to Amazon’s artificial Christmas tree Gold Box for a dose of holiday cheer. Artificial trees in all different shapes, sizes and styles are on sale and ready to be decorated.


Breville kitchen appliances (starting at $129.95; amazon.com)

Foodies, get ready for some sweet news: A variety of top-notch Breville appliances, including a powerful juicer, compact toaster oven and professional-grade espresso machine, are all on sale.


KitchenAid Artisan Tilt-Head Stand Mixer with Food Grinder Attachment ($239.99, originally $538.99; amazon.com)

No kitchen is complete without a KitchenAid stand mixer, and Monday, you can snag this stellar 5-quart model at its lowest price ever in five classic colors. It also comes with a food grinder attachment.


SodaStream sparkling water makers (starting at $99.99; amazon.com)

Ditch traditional sodas, and opt for a beverage you make yourself with the SodaStream, on sale for Cyber Monday. Seven bundles are available for $99.99 and up. Each comes with at least one canister and reusable water bottle, along with varying flavor drops to amp up your carbonated creations.


Travelpro, Delsey, Nautica and Herschel Supply Co. luggage (starting at $99.99; amazon.com)

No matter where your holiday travels take you, know that your stuff is protected inside one of these discounted Travelpro, Delsey, Nautica and Herschel Supply Co. suitcases. Choose from a selection of discounted hard shells, softsides and duffels. Bon voyage!

Smart home products (starting at $11.49; amazon.com)[black friday] sales

Up your home’s intelligence factor with a selection of smart home products designed to make your life easier. Stock up on smart plugs, modems, routers, smart locks, ceiling fans and more — all of which were made for the modern era.


August smart locks (starting at $55.30; amazon.com)

Take total control of your home’s locks with an August Smart Lock system, now on sale for Cyber Monday. Lock down a Smart Lock Pro and Connect Wi-Fi Bridge, or just grab a new Smart Lock if you’re all set on the Connect Wi-Fi Bridge (you need one to use any of the locks). Once it’s installed, you can lock and unlock your doors from anywhere.[black friday] sales


Save up to 35% on beverages (starting at $4.23; amazon.com)

Drink in these deals on a range of holiday beverages. Coffee, tea and seltzer are all on sale, so if you’re thirsty for major savings on the drinks you imbibe every day, shop now.


NordicTrack exercise equipment (starting at $1,119.99; amazon.com)

Start that New Year’s resolution to get in shape early with this sale on exercise equipment from NordicTrack. Choose from a treadmill, rower, stationary bike and strength trainer, and get cracking on that cardio.


Nespresso Coffee Machine by De’Longhi Bundle with Milk Frother and 30 Vertuoline Capsules ($114.99, originally $282; amazon.com)

This kit from Nespresso has everything you need to make the perfect cappuccino at home. Not only does it come with a Nespresso coffee maker, but you’ll also receive a milk frother and 30 capsules so you can start whipping up frothy beverages straight out of the box.


Linenspa 10 Inch Memory Foam and Innerspring Hybrid Mattress ($162.49, originally $249.99; amazon.com)

A hybrid mattress, like this discounted one from Linenspa, marries the support of an innerspring design with the softness of memory foam.


Save on area rugs (starting at $6.82; amazon.com)

With prices as low as these for area rugs, why wait until spring cleaning season to redecorate your living space?

[black friday] sales Save on Flexispot Sit Stand Move Solutions (starting at $18.84; amazon.com)

Unlike stationary ones, standing desks let you adjust your workspace to your height both while you’re sitting and standing. If you want to make your work setup more dynamic, a variety of standing desk options from Flexispot is on sale for 35% off.


Intex inflatable kayaks (starting at $41.93; amazon.com)

Row over to Amazon to save on a selection of inflatable kayaks from Intex. There are models for every level of experience and intensity, so dive into this deal and get on the water.


Furbo Dog Camera ($133.99, originally $249; amazon.com)

Keep an eye on your pet when you’re not at home. The Furbo Dog Camera livestreams HD footage of your fur baby directly to your phone with 160-degree wide-angle view and night vision. But it’s not just a camera; with two-way audio, you’ll receive notifications when your dog barks (and you can talk back to your pup), and when your doggo is being a particularly good boy, you can toss him a treat using the iOS/Android app.


23andMe Health + Ancestry Service ($99, originally $199; amazon.com)

At $100 off, the 23andMe Health and Ancestry Service DNA kit (which is the company’s most extensive test to date) is down to one of the lowest prices we’ve ever seen. Unlike other kits out there, this product goes one step beyond just mapping out where your ancestors came from. In addition to comparing your DNA to over 1,500 ethnic regions around the world, the service will also showcase how your genes may affect your overall health, as well as personality traits. A few weeks after you’ve sent out your sample for testing, you’ll receive a full breakdown (nearly 125 personalized reports) of how your genetics can influence your chance of developing certain health conditions, if you’re potentially a carrier for an inherited disease, and even how your DNA plays a role in everyday activities like sleeping or dieting. 23andMe’s reporting meets FDA regulations for being scientifically and clinically valid.


Casper Sleep Essential mattress ($476, originally $595; amazon.com)

If you’re waking up in the middle of the night with aches and pains, it’s time to take a good hard look at your mattress. Casper’s Sleep Essential mattress is designed with three layers of premium foam for support, breathability and bounce. Plus, if you’re nervous about getting into bed (literally) with a mattress you haven’t tested out, Casper offers a 100-night trial with free returns.[black friday] sales


Anova Culinary Nano sous vide ($79 originally $99; amazon.com)

Why are all of your favorite food bloggers and culinary idols obsessed with sous vide? This cooking method, which involves putting vacuum sealed ingredients in a temperature-controlled water bath, results in perfectly cooked meals nearly every time. The Anova Nano Precision cooker makes the sous vide process that much easier, by syncing with your iPhone or smart device through its app to give you the ability to adjust or control the device even if you’re not in the kitchen, as well as notify you once your meal is ready to be enjoyed.

Opal countertop nugget ice-maker ($379.99, originally $499; amazon.com)

Nugget ice is the best kind of ice. This Opal countertop nugget ice-maker fits on your countertop and can produce up to 24 pounds of ice per day. Plus, it’s Bluetooth-equipped, so you can set your ice-making schedule from your phone.


Dash Deluxe 6-quart air fryer ($79.99, originally $99.99; amazon.com)

Fried foods don’t have to be so bad for you. Air fryers have grown in popularity for their use of air instead of oil to crisp up your favorites. For Cyber Week, the massive, family-size Dash Deluxe 6-quart air fryer is down to just $79.99.


The Chemical Guys products (starting at $6.62; amazon.com)[black friday] sales

For all your automobile needs, shop this Cyber Monday sale on The Chemical Guys. They offer all the products you need to keep your car clean.


Trtl travel pillows (starting at $18.10; amazon.com)

Ensure your holiday travels are as comfortable as possible with the highly-rated Trtl travel pillows. Soft and flexible, it’s the best night’s sleep you have—on a plane, anyway.


Lucid 6-Inch gel-infused memory foam mattress, full size ($132.99, originally $169.99; amazon.com)

A great price on full or twin sizes (queen is $166.04, originally $199.99). Mattresses feature a 6-inch comfort layer of gel memory foam and 4-inch high-density support foam base layer. Lucid offers a 10-year US warranty that covers manufacturer defects.


Coleman NFL soft-sided insulated cooler bag, 16-can capacity (starting at $12.31; amazon.com)

Rep your team with this portable soft-sided cooler bag with shoulder strap from Coleman. It holds 16 cans with minimal ice or 12 with a lot of ice and aims to keep food and beverages cold for up to 24 hours in 90-degree heat. All teams available and on sale for Cyber Monday.


Vitamix E310 Explorian blender, 48 oz. container ($246.01, originally $349.95; amazon.com)

Perhaps the best-known professional-grade blender on the market, the Vitamix will have no trouble pulverizing anything that fits inside its 48-ounce container with its high-performance motor and stainless steel blades. Easily make smoothies, sauces, spreads, soups, and much more. Discounted for Cyber Monday, this is one of the lowest prices we’ve seen on this model.


GreenLife soft grip 16pc ceramic non-stick cookware set ($55.99, originally $85.99; amazon.com)

This ceramic nonstick set includes a 4-inch mini frypan, 7-inch open frypan, 9.5-inch open frypan, 1-quart covered saucepan, 2-quart covered saucepan, 5-quart covered stockpot, 2.5-quart. covered sauté pan, 7-inch stainless steel steamer, and four kitchen utensils. All pieces are free of PFOA, PFAS, lead and cadmium and dishwasher-safe. A great price at 35% off this Cyber Monday.

[black friday] sales Casper Sleep soft and durable Supima cotton sheet set (starting at $45; amazon.com)

Get a great night’s sleep on a new set of Casper sheets, now ranging from $45 for a twin set up to $70 for a California king. They’re made with staple Supima cotton, which won’t pill or wear thin and will only get softer with every wash. Not to mention, you won’t lose any sleep over this all-time low price.


Instant Pot Smart Wi-Fi 6-quart multi-cooker ($89.99, originally $149.95; amazon.com)

The ultimate Instant Pot deal has arrived. Right now, you can get the Instant Pot Smart Wi-Fi 6-quart multicooker for its lowest price ever. This Instant Pot isn’t just a pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, yogurt maker, cake maker, steamer, sauté pan and warmer; it’s also Alexa-enabled, for maximum convenience.


Save 30% or more on ErgoBaby carrier and stroller (starting at $16.80; amazon.com)

ErgoBaby’s award-winning baby carrier, which can be adjusted to help your baby see the outside world or face in, is a favorite among hundreds of Amazon shoppers. If you know a parent of a newborn or someone who is expecting this holiday season, a gift from ErgoBaby will be well received.


iRobot Roomba E5 robot vacuum ($279, originally $379.99; amazon.com)

This iRobot Roomba E5 is better at picking up the crud on your floor, thanks to Power-Lifting Suction that delivers five times the air power, and now you can get one for $100 off. Like other Roombas, this model will intelligently navigate around all your furniture, plus it will run 90 minutes before automatically docking and recharging.


YnM weighted blanket (starting at $57.90; amazon.com)

For restless sleepers, the YnM weighted blanket has been proven to lessen anxiety and help you fall asleep. This particular blanket features less fiber fill and breathable fabric to ensure you don’t overheat while you’re all snuggled up.


Dash rapid egg cooker ($14.99, originally $29.99; amazon.com)

This is one of the lowest prices we’ve seen on the six-egg Dash Deluxe rapid egg cooker, on sale in red, white, yellow, black or aqua. It includes a poaching tray, omelet bowl, egg holder trays, measuring cup and recipe book, plus you can use it to steam vegetables and other foods.

Rocketbook Wave smart notebook ($17.80, originally $27; amazon.com)

Note takers, take note: The Rocketbook Wave smart notebook is on sale for Cyber Monday. You can reuse the paper in this environmentally friendly, 80-page dotted grid notebook just by sticking it in the microwave. Plus, it can send all your handwritten notes to cloud services like Google Drive, Dropbox, Evernote, OneNote, iCloud and more using the free Rocketbook app.[black friday] sales


Rachael Ray Cucina Hard Anodized Nonstick Cookware, 12 Piece, Gray with Red Handles ($128.90, originally $360; amazon.com)

Treat yourself to a festive 12-piece cookware set by Rachael Ray. These pots and pans feature hard anodized construction for fast, even heating and are oven-safe to 400 degrees.


Vitruvi Stone Diffuser ($89.25, originally $119; amazon.com)

The top-selling ceramic Vitruvi Stone Diffuser looks more like a work of modern art than an essential oil diffuser. And yet, it uses just 10 to 20 drops of oil to fill a space that’s over 500 square feet. Available at a discount in white, black and gray, it features two time settings and an optional light.


Tempur-ProForm Cloud Pillow for sleeping ($39.99, originally $69; amazon.com)

It’s a pillow made for every type of sleeper. The Tempur-ProForm Cloud Pillow’s memory foam technology and adaptive material lets you sleep comfortably in any position and feels ultra soft to touch.


Fashion and beautyThe Comfy sweatshirt blankets (starting at $22.74; amazon.com)

Get comfy with The Comfy, a hooded sweatshirt blanket that will keep you cozy on cold nights. Kids’ versions, holiday styles, and options for adults are all on sale for Cyber Monday.


Ugly holiday sweaters (starting at $10.98; amazon.com)[black friday] sales

There’s no better way to get into the holiday spirit than by throwing on an ugly holiday sweater. For Cyber Monday, dozens of options are on sale that are sure to be a hit at your next holiday party. [black friday] sales

HAUS LABORATORIES by Lady Gaga (starting at $10.40; amazon.com)

Little Monsters know Lady Gaga’s new cosmetics line debuted on Amazon earlier this year to much acclaim. And now many of the highly rated products are on sale. They’d make a great gift for the Gaga fan or the beauty fan on your list.


Champion, Puma and more apparel (starting at $5.19; amazon.com)

Fire up your fashions at the gym and beyond with this Gold Box containing tons of activewear from brands like Puma, Champion, Dickies, Spaulding and American Apparel. Plenty of tees, sweats, sneakers, socks and much more are up for grabs.


Kids’ and baby clothing from Amazon brands (starting at $7.15; amazon.com)

Help your little ones stay snuggly warm this season with a variety of onesies, puffer jackets, knits, fleeces and more on Amazon. All of these designs and more are on sale for Cyber Monday.


Crocs clogs (starting at $9.99; amazon.com)

Crocs are the shoes everyone loves to hate, but in recent years, they’ve risen in popularity among the high-fashion set. Get yourself (and your whole family) some Crocs today for less and ensure you’re hip to the latest trends — or at least, very comfortable.


New Balance shoes and apparel (starting at $6.42; amazon.com)

Kick up your heels for this deal on New Balance sneakers for men, women and kids. Over 120 styles are available, along with a selection of activewear to keep your heart pumping through winter workouts.


Philips Norelco shavers and groomers (starting at $29.95; amazon.com)

Get a clean shave every time with a top-rated Philips Norelco shaver or groomer. Two multigroomers — one’s a 29-piece set — and a classic shaver are on sale for Cyber Monday. Be sure to shop soon; Amazon doesn’t trim down the prices on this brand all that often.

Luxury and professional beauty favorites (starting at $3.19; amazon.com)

Amazon is going big on beauty for Cyber Monday with deals on luxury brands including Bioderma, Lorac, Amika, Neogen and more. Save on skin care favorites, hair care essentials, and scores of makeup items, all at ultra low prices.


Clarisonic devices and accessories (starting at $16.20; amazon.com)

Feeling those good vibrations? Using a Clarisonic is a surefire way to get grit out of your pores. Save on both the device itself and replacement brush heads, along with two gifting-ready sets.


Outdoor essentials sale (starting at $6.23; amazon.com)

Don’t let cold weather keep you inside. With this outdoor essentials Gold Box, you’ll save big on everything from tents and coolers to jackets and backpacks from brands like Coleman, Camelbak, Marmot, ExOfficio and more.


Save on Oral B, Braun, Crest and Pantene (starting at $8.16; amazon.com)

Nothing feels quite as satisfying as shopping products you were going to buy anyway, but getting them for upward of 50% off. So while you’re shopping for holiday gifts, don’t forget to stock up on all your everyday essentials, including shampoo, conditioner, toothbrush replacement heads and razors, too.


Honest Beauty products (starting at $10.39; amazon.com)

Take 15% off a selection of Honest Beauty’s best-selling products, which feature vegan liquid lipsticks, facial oil and two-in-one mascara and lash primer. Everything from the line, founded by Jessica Alba, is cruelty free and dermatologist tested.


L’Oréal Paris products (starting at $4.28; amazon.com)

Take 35% off a selection of quality products from L’Oréal. Shop both makeup and skin care,and treat yourself to the pampering session you deserve.

[black friday] sales Nyx Waterproof Liquid Eyeliner and Black Mascara Set ($12, originally $20; amazon.com)

With more than 1,000 reviews, Amazon shoppers love this set that includes a long-lasting eyeliner that really never smudges and jet black mascara that adds volume and fullness with one swipe.


Nyx Butter Gloss in Tiramisu ($2.59, originally $5; amazon.com)

Nyx’s budget-friendly gloss is known to offer a matte finish that isn’t drying and can last all day long. This shade, called Tiramisu, is a peachy neutral that may be your perfect nude.


Masktini products (starting at $55; amazon.com)

The skin care brand Masktini is all about masks, from one that addresses dry skin with hyaluronic acid, to a brightening mask packed with vitamin C and pomegranate, to a Tahitian detox mask that utilizes charcoal powder to draw impurities out of the skin.


Garnier SkinActive Clean+ Refreshing Makeup Remover Wipes ($10.13, originally $14.97; amazon.com)

The best makeup wipes are gentle, efficient and help improve your skin while wiping all that makeup off. These from Garnier use both peppermint and grape water to help remove dirt and makeup from the skin while leaving it cleansed and hydrated.


L’Oréal Paris Mascaras (starting at $9.42; amazon.com)

You can take 25% off any of your favorite L’Oréal Paris mascaras, including the beloved Voluminous Carbon Black Mascara, which has more than 6,000 Amazon reviews, and Lash Paradise.

Caboodles On-The-Go Girl Peach Marble Vintage Case ($14.44, originally $16.99; amazon.com)

It’s hard to resist a ’90s girl staple like this one. Perfect for storing your favorite makeup, nail polishes or whatever else is under your sink, these cases in come in colors like light pink, fuchsia and teal.


Herschel backpacks, wallets, and more (starting at $17.49; amazon.com)

Take up to 30% off your favorite Herschel products, including its best-selling Novel Duffel Bag, Little America Backpack and Bi-Fold Wallet.


Men’s Printed Cotton Casual Long Sleeve Dress Shirt (starting at $13.99, originally $21.99; amazon.com)

Available in colors like khaki, navy blue and black, this cotton dress shirt featuring a delicate pattern is sure to add a little pizzazz to any man’s formal wardrobe.


Lands’ End clothing (starting at $9.99; amazon.com)

Although Mom and Dad claim they don’t want anything this holiday, we’re still willing to bet if you gifted them a cozy zip-up fleece, snuggly turtleneck or a pair of luxurious moccasin slippers from this Lands’ End sale, they’d be very happy.


Skagen Connected stainless steel touchscreen watch ($149, originally $295; amazon.com)

Scandinavian darling watch company Skagen is best known for its high quality minimalist designs that can be worn season after season, and its sleek smartwatch is no exception. This timepiece comes with a simple face that can switch between displays including your heart rate (as well as other activity tracking metrics), the date and current time, all with the touch of your finger. Plus, there are seven bold band colors to choose from.

Foreo Luna Mini 2 facial cleansing brush ($97.30, originally $139; amazon.com)

You need more than just water to get your face clean. That’s where the Foreo Luna Mini 2 facial cleansing brush comes in. It uses gentle vibrations to get gunk out of your pores.


Jessica Simpson Comfy faux fur women’s house slipper (starting at $23.88; amazon.com)

This super soft slipper is cozy and cute, and an Amazon best-seller. Slip into a new pair for as low as $16.99. They come in a range of colors, including neutrals like black and tan and brights like purple and burgundy.


Victorinox Luggage bags and backpacks (starting at $24.95; amazon.com)

Prepare for your upcoming holiday travel with deals on Victorinox Luggage backpacks and totes. More than a dozen bags are marked down (several are even under $50), so you’ll be toting your stuff through the airport in style this year.


Belei charcoal balancing mask ($9.99, originally $18; amazon.com)

Infused with charcoal, kaolin, aloe and hyaluronic acid, this Belei charcoal balancing mask — from Amazon’s highly rated in-house beauty brand — will cleanse your pores without stripping your skin of moisture. Simply apply to your skin for 15 minutes, then rinse off with warm water for fresher skin.


Carhartt (starting at $44.99; amazon.com)

Amazon is marking down classic styles for men and women from Carhartt. Save on plenty of jackets, some pants, and even a pair of overalls from the iconic brand.

Toys and gamingHasbro games (starting at $3.99; amazon.com)

Chances are your favorite board game as a kid was made by Hasbro, and today, a selection of the most classic Hasbro games is on sale Monday only. We’re talking Jenga, Monopoly, Candy Land, Risk, Operation, Battleship and more. So buy now, and let the games begin.

[black friday] sales Play-Doh, Playskool, and dolls (starting at $5.99; amazon.com)

Tiny tots on your list will love anything from this sale. Let them unwrap always-fun Play-Doh this year, or choose from any number of educational Playskool toys. Plus, tons of dolls and action figures are available, featuring characters from “Sesame Street” and “Toy Story,” among others.


Lego and building blocks (starting at $9.09; amazon.com)

Trends may come and go, but Legos will always be a foolproof gift idea for the kids in your life. And right now, a whole range of building sets, including Star Wars, Avengers and Santa-themed Legos, are heavily discounted.


Save on bikes, scooters and more (starting at $16.81; amazon.com)

Get the kids in your household outside and moving with new bikes, scooters or electric skateboards of their very own.


Nerf, Marvel action figures, and more (starting at $6.55; amazon.com)

For the mini superhero in your life who can’t get enough of Spider-Man, Captain America or the Avengers, add these fun toys including action figures and comic book-inspired Nerf Blasters to your holiday shopping cart.

Basketball equipment, clothing and accessories (starting at $11.99; amazon.com)

If your New Year’s resolution is to score a three-pointer with the same precision as Steph Curry, ensure you have the basics (cough, cough, basketball hoop, ball and athletic clothing) on hand.


Furreal Plum, The Curious Panda Bear Cub Interactive Plush Toy ($59.99, originally $99.99; amazon.com)

This lifelike plush panda will be by your kid’s side all day long. During the day, it can move its head, ears, eyes, mouth and arms, as well as talk and play with your little ones. And at night, it can help lull kids to sleep with soft music.


Littlebits Star Wars Droid Inventor Kit ($78.67, originally $99.95; amazon.com)

We’re nearing the release of “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” and this STEM droid building kit is significantly discounted. You can build and customize your own R2-D2.


Sphero Mini ($34.99, originally $49.99; amazon.com)

Sphero’s tiny take on its circular robot is quite a fun one. Even though it’s much smaller, it can still be programmed in hundreds of ways and you can still use Sphero’s proprietary Blocks method to learn to code.[black friday] sales

Forza Horizon 4 ($24.99, originally $59.99; amazon.com)

Microsoft’s longstanding racing simulator is even better in its latest iteration, with newer vehicles, more dynamic environments and even better graphics.


Just Dance 2020 ($24.99, originally $39.99; amazon.com)

Just Dance has become a staple in party video games, and for 2020 it’s not changing much in terms of how to play. But with an all-new soundtrack, it’s sure to be a hit.


Lego Ship In A Bottle ($55.99, originally $65.99; amazon.com)

One of the latest Lego Ideas sets lets you build a classic ship in a bottle. While it is compact, this set is made up of over 900 pieces.


L.O.L. Surprise! Winter Disco Bigger Surprise ($71.99, originally $89.99; amazon.com)

If you’re acquainted with a child, you’re probably aware that L.O.L. Surprise! makes some of the most in-demand toys on the market. This even bigger Winter Disco Bigger Surprise kit includes 60+ never-before-seen surprises, including a limited-edition, exclusive family of dolls for your tots to unbox, and a glittery case allows them to easily store and transport their new surprises.

Mongoose scooter ($70.54, originally $82.99; amazon.com)[black friday] sales

While electric scooters may be all the rage these days, nothing really beats the old-fashioned version, especially if you’re on the hunt for a gift that will get your kids outside and moving. This lightweight design from Mongoose was designed to get your kiddo scooting all around the neighborhood (safely, we might add). [black friday] sales

Elby Bike 9-speed electric bike ($1,999.99, originally $2,999.99; amazon.com)

Give your next bike ride a boost with the Elby Bike 9-speed electric bike, now $1,000 off for Cyber Monday. This bike allows you to go up to 20 mph and 80 miles on a single charge and has Tektro hydraulic brakes for safe stopping and a high-quality aluminum frame.


Segway scooters (starting at $379.99; amazon.com)

Scoot on over to Amazon to find a variety of Segways available at exceptionally low prices. Score the Ninebot S Smart Self-Balancing Electric Transporter, Ninebot ES4 Folding Electric Kick Scooter, and the Ninebot MAX Folding Electric Kick Scooter all on sale, plus a selection of accessories to make for the best ride of your life.

Note: The prices above reflect the retailer’s listed price at the time of publication.


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Shop the Best Cyber Monday Toy Deals Right Now[Update] Even though Black Friday is over, there’s a ton of new and exciting Cyber Monday toy deals well worth checking out. Some of them even beat Black Friday prices.

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Black Friday is hands-down the best time of year to stock up on Christmas gifts. If you can get the best toys for cheaper, why the heck wouldn’t you stock up? But when faced with so many toy deals, it’s hard to find the worthwhile deals. That’s why we’re here to bring you only the very best Black Friday toys deals on Amazon


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