There are a lot of Cyber Monday deals on Amazon right now. But which ones are the true best of the best? The craziest deals of all? These deals are the lowest prices we’ve ever seen for these items—all of which have been tested and recommended by WIRED’s product reviewers—ranging from a fantastic TV and great headphones all the way to cozy blankets and a human-sized dog bed. (Yes, you read that right.) Don’t miss these amazing deals while they last.
We test products year-round and handpicked these deals. The discounts we show are based on actual street prices at retailers in the past few months. Products that are sold out or no longer discounted as of publishing will be
crossed out. We’ll update this guide periodically.
Amazon Tech Deals at Their Lowest Prices
The Beats Studio Pro Wireless Headphones (7/10, WIRED Review) pack excellent calling and noise canceling, good sound quality, and fantastic wireless range. They also offer a stable fit and compact design. These headphones have improved sound quality and active noise-canceling tech, but lack sensors for auto-pause and multi-band EQ. This is the lowest price we’ve tracked so far.
The Fire HD 10 is still our top Fire tablet pick, and it’s nearly half off right now. This version has the fastest processor to date—it’s marginally snappier than you’d find in previous iterations, but hey, an improvement is an improvement. You can shell out more cash for the new Keyboard Case bundle ($60 off), a tablet without advertisements on the lock screen (also $60 off), or both.
Samsung’s S95C (8/10, WIRED Recommends) is easily one of the best screens you can buy this year, with class-leading brightness and color volume, fantastic contrast, and the perfect black levels that make OLED so beloved. This is the lowest we’ve seen it priced all year and we don’t expect it to get much lower (if at all), so if you’ve been holding out for that sweet videophile upgrade, now’s the time.
Fujifilm’s Link Wide is our favorite Instax printer if only for its size: those gloriously big Instax Wide prints just look better. The Instax Wide has its own dedicated app that works well and has plenty of fun layouts and premade templates, but it charges off a USB-A cable. This is the lowest price we’ve seen and a great deal.
If you’re eyeing a tablet that works great as an entertainment slate and is not an iPad, take a look at the OnePlus Pad (8/10, WIRED Recommends). It’s the first-ever tablet from the phone maker, and it runs Android 13 out of the box, so there are a lot of improvements in making the Android experience on a tablet really great. If you purchase it directly from OnePlus, you can get the stylus for free (the keyboard is out of stock at the moment).
These Crucial drives are fantastic portable drives. They’re reasonably priced (for a portable SSD) and speedy. These are lightweight, which means they’re ideal for when you’re working away from home, and fast enough for storing and editing video clips. The only downside is the plastic construction.
Clip the coupon on the page for additional savings. A 25,000-mAh portable charger that’s surprisingly compact is a rarity, and this one also packs two USB-C ports, one USB-A, and the ability to draw 145 watts while charging. That means one USB-C port can dish out 100 watts, enough to fast charge a laptop.
Almost nothing on our site has as high of praise as the HyperX Cloud Alpha Wireless Headset (10/10, WIRED Recommends). They’re comfortable, sound fantastic, and have insane battery life (300 hours!). This deal is $30 lower than we saw on Amazon Prime Day, making it the new lowest price we’ve ever seen. Plus, you can get a free copy of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III (as long as supplies last). There are instructions on how to redeem it here.
Meta/Facebook’s last-gen virtual reality headset (9/10, WIRED Recommends) may have social media strings attached, but it’s one of the most affordable ways to experience VR right now, and this deal makes it all the better. This entry-level version comes with 128 GB of storage, a headset, and two controllers to get your virtual gaming on. Use code META50 at Amazon to get a free $50 gift card with your purchase (Target will also include a free $50 gift card).
The Instinct 2S Solar (9/10, WIRED Recommends) is the best value for the money in the sports watch category, and our fitness band reviewer’s favorite watch. It has insanely good battery life thanks to its small, sharp monochrome screen. The Instinct can track an incredible array of fitness-related features and has three GPS systems to pinpoint location and distance.
Home Deals at Their Lowest Prices
Have you ever been jealous of your dog’s dog bed? Wish you could steal it like the cat does? The Plufl Human Dog Bed (9/10, WIRED Recommends) is made for us big ol’ human folk and happens to be super soft and comfortable with its memory foam base and washable cover. While the base price is $499, it’s usually around $399 on Amazon, but $100 off is still much cheaper than we usually see it for.
WIRED reviewer Louryn Strampe is obsessed with Big Blanket Co.’s blankets, and the company’s entire Amazon storefront is 20 percent off for Cyber Monday. She’s previously raved about the greatness of the Original Stretch, and she’s currently testing the thicker Sherpa Stretch (which is 30 percent off on Big Blanket’s site) as well as the Hideout Hoodie. (Both of them are just as great.)
The HydroJug Pro (9/10, WIRED Recommends) is a truly gargantuan water bottle. It may not be everyone’s cup of tea—er, water—but if you struggle with staying hydrated or keeping your water bottle full, this absolute unit may be of some assistance. We’ve not seen the bottle sell for less, so now’s the time to get the super water bottle of your dreams.
Everything that Yeti makes is insanely overpriced, and also the best thing we’ve ever touched, which is why we love finding our favorite Yeti items on sale. Reviews editor Adrienne So has owned this blanket for several years. It has a waterproof bottom, comes in its own carrying sack, is machine washable, and is weighted enough to not fly away at an outdoor concert.
If you know anything about Harry Potter Legos, you probably know they’re insanely expensive, especially for collectors’ editions like the Hogwarts Express. This deal eases the pain for a serious collectible that’s sure to be the ultimate gift for the Potter fan in your life.