2020 is looking up! Although Black Friday and Cyber Monday may not have the usual pomp and excitement of years past, we won’t say no to deeply discounted gear for friends, family and (let’s be honest) ourselves. It’s not even Cyber Monday yet, but Amazon’s already got deals live, with new ones dropping all the time, so there’s no better time to get your shopping started and done.
Whether you’ve had your eye on a professional-grade espresso machine, robot vacuum, home-security system or giant TV, there are steals in every department on the site. But if you can’t find what you need at Amazon, check out our picks for the best Target Black Friday deals, Best Buy Black Friday deals, and Walmart Black Friday deals—for even more shopping opportunities from the comfort of your couch.
Best Amazon Cyber Monday Deals 2020
You don’t have to wait until the actual Cyber Monday—which falls on November 30 this year—to scoop up griddlers, chargers, and fryers (oh my!). Grab them at deep discounts on Amazon right now, before they sell out.
Smart Home & Electronics
Echo Show 5–Smart display with Alexa—Now $45 (was $90)
Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote—Now $28 (was $40)
eufy Security, Wi-Fi Video Doorbell—Now $90 (was $120)
eufy Security 2K Indoor Cam (No Base Required)—Now $28 (was $40)
Wyze Cam 1080p HD Indoor WiFi Smart Home Camera—Now $20 (was $26) *Editor’s Pick*
Nixplay Smart Digital Picture Frame 10.1 Inch—Now $115 (was $180) *Editor’s Pick*
U Shower by Moen Smart Home Connected Bundle for 2 Outlet—Now $512 (was $701)
Big Ass Fans Haiku L Smart Ceiling Fan—Now $559 (was $738)
Yale Assure Lock SL with Z-Wave—Now $153 (was $219)
Samsung 55-inch Class QLED Q70T Series—Now $798 (was $1,000)
iRobot Roomba i3+ (3550) Robot Vacuum with Automatic Dirt Disposal Disposal—Now $399 (was $600) *Editor’s Pick*
Roborock S6 Pure Robot Vacuum and Mop—Now $360 (was $600)
ASUS ZenBook Pro Duo 15.6″ 4K UHD NanoEdge Bezel Touch 16GB RAM, 1TB PCIe SSD—Now $1,900 (was $2,300)
Home & Auto
SodaStream Fizzi One Touch Sparkling Water Maker Bundle—Now $118 (was $190) *Editor’s Pick and more here*
AeroGarden Harvest 360 – Black w/ Heirloom Salad Greens Seed Pod Kit—Now $99 (was $150)
Instant Pot Max Pressure Cooker 9 in 1 Multi-Cooker—Now $80 (was $200)
Instant Pot Duo Plus 9-in-1 Multi-Cooker—Now $90 (was $130)
Rowenta DW9280 Digital Display Steam Iron—Now $70 (was $110)
Headphones & Speakers
Sony Bluetooth Sweat Resistant Wireless In-Ear Headphones—Now $62 (was $130) *more Sony headphones here*
JBL Charge 4 – Waterproof Portable Bluetooth Speaker—Now $120 (was $180)
Bose QuietComfort 35 II Wireless Bluetooth Headphones—Now $199 (was $299)
Exercise / Outdoor / Clothing
23andMe Health + Ancestry Service—Now $99 (was $199)
Bose QC35II Noise Cancelling Headphones—$199 (was $299). Available in black, silver and rose gold, these over-ear headphones from Bose offer three levels of noise-canceling to best suit your environment. They’re also enabled with Amazon Alexa for voice commands and are easy to pair via Bluetooth.
Le Creuset Cast Iron, Stoneware and Kettles—Up to 30% Off. Whether you’re looking for a new grill pan, tea kettle, salt and pepper shakers or something else, these kitchen items from Le Creuset are sure to be up to the task. The stoneware and enameled cast iron items are oven dishwasher safe, the enameled cast iron is oven safe up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit and the kettles are safe on all heat sources, but need to be hand washed.
Sonos Move, Beam, and Sub—Up to 25% Off. If you’re looking for a smart speaker, a subwoofer, or soundbar, check out these options from Sonos. The Move smart speaker streams via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, has Amazon Alexa built-in, and lasts for up to 11 hours on a single charge. The Beam soundbar can be controlled by your remote, your voice (again, thanks to Alexa), and the Sonos app—and only requires two cables to hook up to your TV. The Sub is a low-profile subwoofer that delivers heavy bass sound and can connect wirelessly to other Sonos speakers.
Fitbit Products—Save up to $50. Fitness trackers can help you and your loved ones to stay on top of your workout goals. Fitbit models range from heart rate monitors with 10-day battery life and workout programs to full smartwatches with built-in GPS and mobile wallet apps. There are even versions for kids, so the whole family can get in on the fun.
Instant Pot Duo Crisp Pressure Cooker 11 in 1—$130 (was $180). Kitchen appliances, even small ones, can take up valuable counter space. Why buy a pressure cooker, slow cooker and air fryer, when you can get all on them in one device? The Instant Pot Duo Crisp has plenty of built-in safety features to ensure you’re alright while using the air fryer lid to make crispier, healthier options for your family. This model can even sous vide, ensuring your food is cooked to the ideal temperature.
All-new Echo Dot (4th Gen) | Smart speaker with clock and Alexa—$39 (was $60). The latest smart speaker from Amazon has a clock displayed right in the device—eliminating the one of the most common questions that smart assistants get asked. It can sync with smart lights, TVs, adjust thermostats, lock doors and more. It has a balanced sound when playing music and, if you’re concerned about privacy, there’s a button to turn the mic on and off.
Sony Z9F 3.1ch Sound bar with Dolby Atmos and Wireless Subwoofer—$698 (was $900). This Sony soundbar features Dolby Atmos, a technology that allows sound design to happen in 360 degrees, rather than assigning sounds to specific speakers. This creates a richer environment, ideal for movies and high-budget productions. The included subwoofer gives a full bass sound to round out your sonic experience.
Ring A19 Smart LED Bulb, White (Starter Kit: 2-pack)—$41 (was $60). You may know Ring for their camera-laden, internet-connected doorbells, but they also create other smart technologies. Ring’s smart LED light bulbs are the equivalent of a traditional 60-watt bulb, and can be controlled via Ring’s app or a smart assistant, like Google Home or Amazon Alexa. Each bulb is estimated to last 25,000 hours.
Harman Kardon Onyx Studio 6 – Bluetooth Speaker with Handle—$189 (was $200). We’re all spending more time outdoors these days, so your Bluetooth speaker needs to be able to withstand the elements. The Harman Kardon Onyx Studio 6 is rated IPX7 waterproof, and a battery that lasts up to eight hours. You can even connect two together to create a stereo experience.
Seagate Portable 5TB External Hard Drive HDD – USB 3.0 for PC, Mac, PS4, & Xbox—$100 (was $115). Seagate’s external hard drive is small enough to take with you, but has a capacity of five terabytes of data. Included is a USB 3.0 castle for data transfer speeds of up to 120MB/s. It’s compatible with both PCs and Macs.
SANDISK PORTABLE SSD—SAVE $60. This USB miniature drive from SanDisk is tougher than it looks. It’s got 1050MB of read speed and 1000MB of write speed to safely store your data, but can also withstand a two-meter drop, water and dust if you happen to be clumsy. A carabiner loop means it’s always close to you, but if you do lose it, 256-bit AES encryption will keep your content inaccessible to prying eyes.