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These are the best Cyber Monday US deals still available

Cyber Monday is done and dusted, but the deals aren't! While many deal prices have hiked back up to their pre-Cyber Monday price, some are hanging around for a little while longer – good news if you haven't quite finished your Christmas shopping.

The world's biggest shopping event threw up some of the best tech deals of the year so far, including AirPods deals, TV deals, headphones deals and Apple deals. And thankfully, some of them are still alive and kicking.

Retailers far and wide, including Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart, Target and Crutchfield got on the action – and the best of their Cyber Monday deals still available are all on this page.

The best Cyber Monday deals still live

Spectre 50" Class 4K LED TV $399.99 $199.99 at Walmart
Four HDMI ports allow you to connect up to four devices at once, so you can stream, browse and listen to all of your favorite multimedia. The HDMI 2.0 ports allow you to seamlessly stream 4k video, too. There's that big, 4K screen, and just look at that discount.View Deal

Sony WF-1000X wireless earbuds $277 $79
This is the original, first-generation model of Sony's wireless earbuds so while there is a newer WF-1000XM3 version offering improved noise-cancelling, bigger battery and better sound, for the bargain hunter, we don't think you can argue with this discount.View Deal

Jabra Elite 65t true wireless earbuds $170 $100 at Best Buy
They're comfortable and well built, and will offer 15 hours of playback time including what's stored in the case. There's no noise-canceling and they're available in Gold of Black at this price.View Deal

Tidal HiFi music four month subscription $79.96 $1.99
We love Tidal so much, we gave the streaming subscription a What Hi-Fi? 2019 Award – and that was at $20 per month. At this price, it's a no-brainer for the streamer-savvy audiophile.View Deal

TCL 75" 4-series 4K UHD TV with Roku $900 $699 at Best Buy
75 inches of 4K UHD resolution, the Roku platform inbuilt and two 10W main channel speakers for better sound to boot. We haven't tested this TCL model ourselves but, with a huge third slashed off the price, it's an awful lot of TV for little money.View Deal

Sony HT-X9000F Atmos/DTS:X soundbar $599.99 $398 at Amazon
Sony's 2.1 soundbar is ready to roll with 4K content thanks to its 4K HDR-compatible HDMI input, while the bar's HDMI output, is also eARC compatible. Bass comes via a wireless subwoofer, making this $398 pairing a tempting proposition.View Deal

Sony WH-CH500 wireless noise-cancelling headphones $79 $40
Sony wireless headphones don't come much cheaper than this! Thanks to a $39 discount, these budget on-ears are tremendous value. View Deal

Apple AirPods (2019) with Wireless Charging Case $199 $169.98 Looking for a pair of hassle-free true wireless earbuds? The Apple AirPods 2 offer a great combination of performance, reliability and convenience. The wireless charging case offers the most convenient way to top up that battery life, too.View Deal

Sony WH-1000XM3 $350 $278
A What Hi-Fi? Awards 2018 winner. A jack of all trades and master of all; the Sony WH-1000XM3 headphones are a superb all-round package, boasting supreme comfort, natural sound and the best noise-cancelling out there.View Deal

iPhone 11 for $699 at Verizon | Get up to $500 off iPhone 11 with trade-in and Unlimited plan + $200 Mastercard
Buy an iPhone 11 on a new Verizon Unlimited plan and you can get up to $500 off with a select phone trade-in, as well as a $200 Prepaid Mastercard. A $700 saving is just a few clicks away.View Deal

Sony PS4 1TB console, DualShock 4 controller, 3 game bundle $299.99 $249
This brilliant bundle deal includes a 1TB PlayStation 4 Slim console (not the Pro model above), DualShock 4 controller and three top games.View Deal

Klipsch R6ii earbuds $94 $55.60 at Amazon
Stylish, snug, and sounds great – what more do you want in a pair of in-ears? "A discount", you say? Well, here you go!


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Samsung UN43NU6900 43in 4K TV $500 $227 at Walmart
An entry-level 2018 4K TV with HDR, 4K upscaling and direct access to the likes of Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Hulu and YouTube. For under $250, this sounds like a steal.View Deal

TV deals

Spectre 50" Class 4K LED TV $399.99 $199.99 at Walmart
Four HDMI ports allow you to connect up to four devices at once, so you can stream, browse and listen to all of your favorite multimedia. The HDMI 2.0 ports allow you to seamlessly stream 4k video, too. There's that big, 4K screen, and just look at that discount.View Deal

TCL 75" 4-series 4K UHD TV with Roku $900 $699 at Best Buy
75 inches of 4K UHD resolution, the Roku platform inbuilt and two 10W main channel speakers for better sound to boot. We haven't tested this TCL model ourselves but, with a huge third slashed off the price, it's an awful lot of TV for little money. A superb Cyber Monday deal. View Deal

Samsung 43in 4K UHD TV UN43NU6900 $500 $228
As screen sizes inch ever bigger, 43-inch displays are becoming something of a rarity, but this Samsung TV boasts 4K UHD resolution and over 54% off. You get two HDMI connections and Samsung's SmartThings platform, too. Little money for a 4K bearing the trusted Samsung name. View Deal

LG OLED55B9 4K OLED TV $1800 $1199 at Amazon
LG's cheapest 2019 OLED TV uses the same processor as the LG OLED TV below but comes with 2019's picture improvements.View Deal

Toshiba 55in 4K Fire TV Edition + Echo Dot (3rd gen) $500 $330
This Toshiba has Amazon's Fire TV smart platform built-in – ideal for Prime subscribers but also those who stream from other platforms such as Netflix, Hulu, HBO and Disney+. You can use the Echo Dot to hands-free voice control the TV, too.View Deal

Headphone deals

Apple AirPods wireless earbuds $159 $145 
Technically and sonically better than before, the second generation AirPods offer unbeatable Bluetooth usability and decent sound quality. And now you can save $20 - which is about as good as it gets.View Deal

Apple AirPods (2019) with Wireless Charging Case $199 $169.98 Looking for a pair of hassle-free true wireless earbuds? The Apple AirPods 2 offer a great combination of performance, reliability and convenience. The wireless charging case offers the most convenient way to top up that battery life, too.View Deal

Jabra Elite 65t true wireless earbuds $170 $100 at Best Buy
They're comfortable and well built, and will offer 15 hours of playback time including what's stored in the case. There's no noise-canceling and they're available in Gold of Black at this price.View Deal

Beats Solo3 Wireless headphones $300 $149
Not the absolute best-sounding headphones around, but they deliver a full-bodied, bold and clear sound and have excellent battery life and range. Oh, and they look good too.
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Sony WH-1000XM3 $350 $278
A What Hi-Fi? Awards 2018 winner. A jack of all trades and master of all; the Sony WH-1000XM3 headphones are a superb all-round package, boasting supreme comfort, natural sound and the best noise-cancelling out there.View Deal

Bose Soundsport Free $200 $170 at Crutchfield
Essentially a true wireless version of Bose's superlative SoundSport in-ears, these buds are sweat- and water-proof, and the sound is nothing short of marvellous for a pair of sports headphones at this price. A great deal on rarely-discounted Bose buds. View Deal

Sony WF-1000X wireless earbuds $277 $79
This is the original, first-generation model of Sony's wireless earbuds so while there is a newer WF-1000XM3 version offering improved noise-cancelling, bigger battery and better sound, for the bargain hunter, we don't think you can argue with this discount.View Deal

Sony WH-CH500B $200 $40 at Walmart
These Sonys are at the budget end of the wireless headphone market, but they're still a steal. NFC means one-touch pairing for easy wireless playback, and the built-in mic lets you control them just by speaking. Impressive, especially for $40.View Deal

Hi-fi and home theater deals

Marshall Kilburn II Portable BT speaker $300 $230 at Amazon
You can bag a cool $100 off this portable Marshall wireless speaker. There's a claimed 20 hours of playtime on a full battery, and a quick 20-minute charge promises two hours of juice. There's also Bluetooth 5.0 aptX for a 30ft range, a battery indicator on the top panel and hang it all, with that carry handle it's just glorious to look at!
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Sony UBP-X700 4K Blu-ray player $250 $150
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The X700 is a fantastic player that makes watching 4K discs an affordable reality... [delivering] a stunningly natural 4K picture for an affordable price," as we said in our five-star review.View Deal

Denon AVRX2500H AV receiver $799 $349
If you fancy a home theater receiver at the more affordable end of the price spectrum. A 7.2-channel receiver that supports HEOS wireless multi-room functionality and delivers Dolby Atmos and DTS:X multi-dimensional sound.View Deal

Bose Home Speaker 300 $259 $199
This diminutive Bose home speaker promises 360-degree sound and boasts Alexa and Google Assistant smarts baked right in. You'll get AirPlay 2 support alongside Bluetooth and wifi, meaning if it's on your phone, you can play it on your speaker, too.
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Onkyo TX-RZ630 AV receiver $899 $499
Another big AV receiver saving and this time on a 9.2-channel, networked device. It supports Dolby Atmos and DTS:X playback, and allows streaming over AirPlay, Wi-Fi or Bluetooth. There's also internet radio thrown in along with FlareConnect wireless multiroom plus Google Assistant voice control. View Deal

Rega Planar 1 Plus turntable $595 $475
The perfect marriage of convenience and sound quality. The Planar 1 Plus is essentially the Rega Planar 1 turntable with the Rega Fono Mini A2D built in. Both are Award-winning products, so this deck's success comes as no surprise.View Deal

Yamaha R-N303 network stereo receiver $350 $250
A budget stereo receiver with a full suite of features, including music streaming from Spotify, Tidal and Deezer, compatibility with Yamaha's MusicCast multi-room feature, and vinyl input.View Deal

Sonos deals

Sonos One $199 $169 at Amazon
This is the cheapest Sonos smart speaker – and now it's even cheaper. Get great sound, multi-room skills, Alexa voice control and access to every streaming service going. $30 off.View Deal

Sonos One SL $179 $149
Essentially the One (above) without a microphone and thus voice control capabilities. A successor to the Play:1, and the cheapest Sonos speaker in the current line-up, it has everything else the Sonos ecosystem delivers. $30 off.
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Sonos Sub subwoofer $699 $599 at Amazon
The wireless Sonos sub delivers deep bass to enhance any Sonos cinema system built around a Playbar, Playbase or Beam.

Apple deals

iPhone 11 for $699 at Verizon | Get up to $500 off iPhone 11 with trade-in and Unlimited plan + $200 Mastercard
Buy an iPhone 11 on a new Verizon Unlimited plan and you can get up to $500 off with a select phone trade-in, as well as a $200 Prepaid Mastercard. A $700 saving is just a few clicks away.View Deal

Apple HomePod smart speaker $299.99 $250 Adorama
Discounts on Apple products are hard to come by, so this $50 saving on the HomePod (in white or black) is a real bargain. If you own an Apple smartphone and subscribe to Apple Music, then you'll find plenty to like.View Deal

Apple AirPods wireless earbuds $159 $145 
Technically and sonically better than before, the second generation AirPods offer unbeatable Bluetooth usability and decent sound quality. And now you can save $20 - which is about as good as it gets.View Deal

When is Cyber Monday 2019?

Black Friday's partner in crime, Cyber Monday will fall on Monday 2nd December this year – good news for those who don't believe in buying Christmas presents until December! 

Cyber Monday doesn't just see the continuation of Black Friday deals (although naturally there is a lot of that). We can expect new deals to go live at midnight and run until the end of the day.

What is Cyber Monday?

The term 'Cyber Monday' was coined by Scott Silverman and the National Retail Federation's Ellen Davis in a bid to encourage people to take their shopping online during the Black Friday event. That was back in 2005, when people needed such encouragement! It's always the Monday after Black Friday.

Consumer electronics is unsurprisingly one of the most popular product categories, alongside groceries and clothing. Last year, the Amazon Echo Dot, Bose noise-cancelling headphones and Apple AirPods were among the best-selling tech products in the US.

The Cyber Monday shopping event shows no sign of slowing down either, with online and high-street retailers promising another year of big discounts on a wide range of products.

How long will Cyber Monday last?

Well, Black Friday is of course strictly 24 hours. And Cyber Monday is 24 hours. But like Amazon Prime Day and the January sales, these events always have preliminary and aftermath offers. 

For one, deals will run during the weekend sandwiched in the middle of the two days. And in the days and weeks building up to them, there will be plenty of 'pre-Black Friday' savings serenading the sites.

The Cyber Monday deals inevitably stretch out into the rest of the week ('Tech Tuesday', anyone?). We wouldn't put it past retailers like Amazon to run a week of deals each for both Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

What Cyber Monday deals can you expect?

With Prime Day (and actually Black Friday 2018) still fresh in our minds, we can of course imagine the deals that will run across the weekend, not to mention the early Cyber Monday deals that begin in the days (weeks, even) building up to the actual date. And if previous years are anything to go by we can expect quality as well as quantity!

Last year we saw half-price Sony, Beats and AKG headphones, big savings on an Award-winning Denon amp, big TV discounts and 30% off Amazon Echo and Fire devices. Similar deals appeared during this year's Amazon Prime Day too, so it's likely we'll see more of the same hefty discounts on similar popular products.

The Sonos One will be two years old come Cyber Monday, so could we finally see it slip under its best-ever price? We'd eat an HDMI cable if Apple's AirPods weren't reduced, and OLED TV deals are bound to be plentiful. 

Games consoles are always a big draw, too, and with the PS5 and Xbox Scarlett around the corner, expect to see plenty of Cyber Monday PS4 and Xbox deals.

As for the retailers, expect big deals from the US shopping giants such as Best Buy, Target and Walmart, with specialists such as Crutchfield and World Wide Stereo delivering audio and home theater products. 

Are Cyber Monday deals as good as Black Friday deals?

In the US, Cyber Monday is now more popular than Black Friday. For that reason, the Cyber Monday deals tend to be stronger.

There are always genuine deals to be had – it's just finding them amongst the onslaught of offers. Luckily that's where our service will come in; we're handpicking the best TV, audio and AV deals across retailers to find the ones that are really worth your hard-earned cash. If you don't see it on this page, chances are it's not worth your time. 

We'd suggest having a rough idea of what you want in mind – whether that be a premium pair of wireless headphones, a discounted OLED TV or a great pair of stereo speakers. Pick the features you fancy, then see what ticks your boxes and where has the best Cyber Monday price.