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The 163 Absolute Best Cyber Monday Deals (So Far)

Cyber Monday sales are often better than on Black Friday, but with every retailer promising the best Cyber Monday discounts, it can be tricky to work out what deals to grab and when to pass. Luckily, we have done the hard work for you. WIRED reviewers try countless gadgets, tools, and digital delights of all kinds every week, and we have developed smart shopping tips and tricks to weed out fake discounts and bring you the real deals. We can say with confidence that these are the absolute best Cyber Monday deals you're going to find. It's probably the last chance you have to grab most of these deals.

Keep this page bookmarked. You will find regular updates as products go out of stock and prices change, and we'll keep scouring to find more deals worth grabbing.

We test products year-round and handpicked these deals. The discount amounts 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.


Top DealsA great deal on the new iPad: Apple iPad Tablet (2022, 10th Gen) for $350 ($50 off)300 hours of battery life!: HyperX Cloud Alpha Wireless Gaming Headset for $120 ($49 off)A powerful Apple laptop: MacBook Air 15-inch (M2, 2022) for $1,049 ($250 off)A Switch bundle: Nintendo Switch OLED: Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Bundle for $349Our favorite TV: TCL Q6 55-Inch 4K TV for $348 ($50 off)Great cheap coffee delivered to your door: Trade Coffee: Up to 30 Percent off GiftsMore WIRED Cyber Monday Deals Coverage
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Apple Deals

Read our Best iPads guide and Which Macbook Should You Buy? guide for more advice.

Apple iPad Tablet (2022, 10th Gen) for $350 ($50 off)Amazon (OOS)Best BuyTarget

This is the lowest price we've seen on Apple's 10th-gen iPad (7/10, WIRED Review). Apple revamped the design for this release—there's no more Home button, and the bezels around the screen are slim. The rear camera has been upgraded, while the selfie camera has been moved to the center of the iPad for video calls, and it's powered by a more powerful chip.

Apple iPad Air Tablet (2022, 5th Gen) for $500 ($59 off)AmazonTarget

We love the sixth-gen iPad Air (8/10, WIRED Recommends) for an upgrade splurge. It's more expensive, but again, this is the lowest price we've tracked. It has a better processor, making it a good bit snappier, along with a higher-resolution selfie camera and support for Center Stage for video calls. It also has a larger screen while being lighter to carry around than the entry level model.

Apple iPad Mini Tablet (2021, 6th Gen) for $400 ($69 off)AmazonTarget

If portability is your priority, look no further than the iPad Mini (8/10, WIRED Recommends). It has a design similar to the iPad Pro, but with an 8.3-inch screen. While it doesn't have as powerful a processor as the iPad Air, it can still handle pretty much any app or game. This isn't an unusual price for it to drop to, but it's the price we recommend trying to snag it for. Just know that Apple is expected to debut a new iPad Mini next year.

Apple Watch Series 8 41-mm Smartwatch for $299 ($30 off)Amazon

The current Apple Watch is the Series 9, but last year's Series 8 is virtually the same and $100 cheaper, which is why we say it's a great buy at $300. You get all the features you need in Watch OS 10, which has Crash Detection to alert emergency responders if you're in an accident and unresponsive, along with the usual health and fitness tracking features.

Apple Watch Ultra 2 (49 mm, GPS + Cellular) Smartwatch for $739 ($60 off)AmazonBest Buy

The Apple Watch Ultra 2 (8/10, WIRED Recommends) is only a month old but it's already on sale. It's our favorite smartwatch for outdoor sports. It packs a new (and bright) 3,000-nit display, the latest S9 chip for faster processing, and the new ultra-wideband chip for precision-locating your phone. It's a great option if you're heavily into outdoor sports and are looking for a rugged, full-functioning smartwatch to take along with you. It's also the Apple Watch with the best battery life thanks to its massive size.

Amazon Device Deals

Not sure which Amazon device to grab? Read our guides to the best Fire tablets and best Alexa smart speakers.

Amazon Fire HD 10 Tablet (2023) for $80 ($60 off)Amazon

The Fire HD 10 is still our very favorite Fire tablet. This version got a minor speed update a couple of months ago, making it marginally snappier than the previous version. We like the Fire HD 10 for its larger screen—there's more room to consume that fire hose of Amazon content you've been seeking (this Garry Winogrand documentary is very good if you're looking for something). If you want to try to work on your Fire, grab the new Keyboard Case bundle ($60 off). As always we suggest spending the extra few bucks to get a tablet without advertisements on the lockscreen.

Amazon Fire HD 8 Tablet (2022) for $60 ($40 off)Amazon

The best value in Amazon Fire tablets, the Fire HD 8 is an even better value at this price. (just $5 off the lowest price we've seen). The screen isn't as roomy as on the 10, but this one is smaller, making it nice for traveling or reading a book. Having tested and reviewed both, I think people are probably better off forking over the extra $20 to get the discounted Fire HD 10, but if you want the smaller form factor the Fire HD 8 will work.

Amazon Fire HD 10 Kids Pro for $125 ($65 off)Amazon

Thinking of getting a tablet for your kids? Amazon's have pretty good parental controls. If you've got older kids (about 8 and up), the Fire HD 10 Kids Pro Edition has a slimmer case and more app options which is good for older children. It still has plenty of parental controls in the settings, and the recent update gave it a speedier processor to better handle HD video and games. The discount is not as good as the Fire HD 8 kids below, but this is the better choice for older kids.

Amazon Fire HD 8 Kids Edition Tablet for $75 ($75 off)Amazon

This is the best Amazon Fire tablet for younger kids. It's the same tablet as the “normal” Fire HD 8 which our reviewer lauded for its better battery life and faster processor than its predecessor (6/10, WIRED Review). The only difference is that the Kids Edition comes with a rugged case and a two-year worry-free guarantee. If your kid chucks it down the stairs into a mop bucket, or flings their tablet out the window because Bluey stopped playing, Amazon will replace the tablet for free.

Kindle Scribe for $240 ($100 Off)Amazon

Amazon offers its biggest discounts on its own hardware on Prime Day, but can't ignore the Cyber Monday bonanza. The Amazon Kindle Scribe (8/10, WIRED Recommends) is normally a bit expensive for our tastes, but this sale knocks it firmly within a reasonable buy price for us. It comes with a stylus that lets you write notes and mark up PDFs, and it has excellent battery life.

Kindle Unlimited 3-Month Subscription for $1 ($34 off)—New SubscribersAmazon

This deal is only available for new subscribers. Kindle Unlimited is an excellent subscription service for people who own Kindles or read books on the Kindle app. There are thousands of books available to borrow for free. I, Louryn, would rather get rid of all my streaming services than to go without Kindle Unlimited. Just be aware that you should set a reminder to cancel, lest the service auto-renews at $11 per month after the trial ends. And note that if you're buying a Kindle today, you can choose to get three months for free when adding the product to your cart.

Amazon Gift Card Sale: Spend $100, Get $15 Credit—Use Unique Coupon CodeAmazon

Amazon has a ton of gift cards that come with free credits right now. Each one has a unique corresponding coupon code that you can see on this page. For example, you can get a $100 Apple Gift Card and a free $15 Amazon credit with code APPLET5USAP. There are tons of cards to choose from. You can browse them all here.


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Office Chair and Desk Deals

Just like upgrading the bed you sleep on, few things will improve your life like a good chair. Some of our favorites are on sale right now. See our Best Office Chairs guide and our Work-From-Home Gear guide for more picks.

★ Branch Ergonomic Chair for $279 ($50 off)Branch

This is our favorite office chair. It's easy to assemble and there are tons of little tweaks you can make to dial it the fit. You can push the armrest back and forward, up and down; the seat can extend out or be pushed all the way in; you can lock the recline. There's even adjustable lumbar support. Fair warning though: Pet hair tends to cling to the upholstery, and I've noticed the fabric on the front end of the seat tends to pill quite quickly, but this is a great deal on an excellent chair.

Branch Verve Chair for $466 ($83 off)—Use Code BFCMBranch

Take everything about the Branch Ergonomic Chair and upgrade it a notch—that's the Branch Verve. It looks more elegant (especially in the lovely Coral color), it keeps my back straighter, it's quite comfy, and it can make nearly the same adjustments with a higher level of polish. Branch's Ergonomic Chair is excellent for most people, but the Verve is the more refined seat if your budget can stretch.

X-Chair X2 K-Sport Mesh Office Chair for $775 ($194 off)X-Chair

If you need a wide seat and your room tends to run hot, then get this X-Chair. The all-mesh design allows for excellent airflow, whisking your body heat away so that you don't end up sweaty. It's comfy, like sitting on a hammock, and well-built.

Herman Miller Zeph Office Chair for $371 ($124 off)Herman MillerDesign Within Reach

The Zeph looks like it’s a choice for aesthetics rather than comfort. Especially since it’s made of plastic, and the only adjustment you can make is moving it up or down. But WIRED editor Julian Chokkattu found it quite comfortable. After a month of sitting in it, he says, it was still supportive for his 6'4" frame, and it can even double as a fine-enough recliner. He recommends adding on the seat pad and arms, which will run the sale price up to $516 ($129 off, so still a good deal).

Herman Miller Embody Office Chair for $1,372 ($458 off)Herman Miller

If you’re looking for luxury in your office chair, this is the one to buy. WIRED editor Julian Chokkattu says it can take a few weeks to get used to it, but it’s worthwhile. The upright positioning supports your back, and the initially rigid seat will become more comfortable over time. It’s one of the most adjustable chairs around, allowing you to pull out the seat, change the height and angle of the armrests, and change the Backfit adjustment to fit your spine perfectly. Note: You'll need to choose a graphite frame and medley upholstery to see the lowest price.

Branch Duo Standing Desk for $424 ($75 off)Branch

This deal features a pretty good standing desk we've been testing. It comes in two size options, and it's fairly simple to operate. It's stable, looks great, and is quiet. You can attach various accessories easily, like a cable organizer and a drawer.

Branch Standing Desk for $594 ($105 off)Branch

This is the luxe standing desk in our Best Work From Home Gear guide. It’s very roomy, has height presets, and it’s really stable. It's pricey, but dual motors shift the desk up and down quickly, quietly, and with zero wobbles. It has a range of 25 to 52 inches tall, and there's a hole to route your cables.


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Smartphone and Tablet Deals

Read our Best Android Phones guide for more smartphones worth shopping for.

★ Motorola Edge+ Android Phone for $600 ($200 off)AmazonBest Buy

This is the best Motorola phone you can get right now. Its 6.7-inch OLED display curves around the sides, yet it comfortably ignores your fingers wrapped around it so you don't accidentally press buttons. It comes with 512 GB of storage, dual SIM support, and up to a 165-Hz refresh rate, which is frankly overkill for most needs but absolutely buttery smooth. The camera didn't do great in our testing—if a great camera is a top priority for you, don't get a Motorola.

★ Google Pixel Fold Folding Smartphone for $1,399 ($400 off)AmazonTarget (OOS)Best Buy

The Pixel Fold is our favorite book-like folding phone (8/10, WIRED Recommends). The front screen is nice and wide, so you can use it comfortably with all your favorite apps. Open it up and you get a much larger 7.6-inch screen for multitasking. Google's software smarts are here, along with its excellent cameras, making this one of the best, albeit expensive, folding phones right now.

Google Pixel 7A Android Phone for $374 ($125 off)AmazonBest Buy

The Google Pixel 7A (8/10, WIRED Recommends) has a lot of pros. It's got great performance, an excellent camera, and an OLED display. The build quality is fantastic too, and it comes in fun colors. It's not perfect—the battery life is middling—but this is still our favorite smartphone for most people. Read our Best Pixel Phone guide for more details.

Google Pixel 8 Android Phone for $549 ($150 off)AmazonTargetBest Buy

The Google Pixel 8 (7/10, WIRED Review) is the brand's newest flagship phone. It's good! It performs well, the camera is fantastic, and the performance is snappy. Our only gripe is with the battery life, which left much to be desired in our testing. The Pixel 8 Pro is also on sale for $799 ($200 off). Read more about the two phones, plus the rest of the lineup, in our Google Pixel Phone Buying Guide.

Motorola Razr+ (2023) Android Folding Phone for $700 ($300 off)Amazon

The Moto Razr+ is playing on your nostalgia for flip phones, and it's kinda working. It's a foldable phone that flips vertically to open, and it has an external display for some useful information even when it's closed. We'd like to have seen better battery life on it, and it doesn't have the best camera in the world, but at this discount it's definitely worth a look.

Motorola Razr (2023) Android Folding Phone for $500 ($200 off)AmazonMotorola

The original Motorola Razr is one of the cheapest folding phones you can get right now, and it's kind of surprising that it's dropped this low. It doesn't have the larger front screen that its successor has, but it's still got a gorgeous 6.9-inch OLED screen when open, 128 GB of storage, and a beefy 4,200-mAh battery.

ThinkPhone by Motorola for $400 ($300 off)MotorolaLenovo ($400)

The ThinkPhone is our runner-up pick for Motorola's phones, but it's actually a joint deal with Lenovo. It's similar to the Edge+ but adds that traditional ThinkPad flair with a customizable red side button. It's designed for business use, but it's a solid option for everyone, especially at this price.

Nothing Phone (2) Android Smartphone for $559 ($70 off)Amazon

The coolest part of this phone is the back. Sure, the front has a 120-Hz AMOLED screen, and it's powered by a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor, but the back is quite literally where the Nothing Phone (2) (7/10, WIRED Recommends) shines. The LED “Glyph” lights can flash when you get notifications or calls, and you can set it up to alert you about app notifications you choose, too. Those lights can also be used as countdown timers or even to show the status of your Uber driver. It only works for T-Mobile and AT&T users.

★ OnePlus Pad for $400 ($80 off)AmazonOnePlus

If you're eyeing a tablet that can replace your laptop every now and then—one that still 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.

Google Pixel Tablet With Charging Dock for $399 ($100 off)AmazonBest Buy

The Google Pixel Tablet (7/10, WIRED Recommends) is great for an Android tablet, but it's the included charging dock—which doubles as a speaker—that makes it stand out. This combo device lets you pick up the slate to use it like a normal tablet, and set it down to use as a smart speaker when you don't need it. You can even set up to eight user profiles, so anyone in the family can use it with their own apps and home screen.

ReMarkable 2 Digital Notebook Bundle With Stylus and Type Folio Keyboard for $557 ($70 off)ReMarkable

This is our favorite digital notebook. It writes very much like pen and paper, so it's excellent for taking notes, with plenty of organizational software features. This bundle includes the new Type Folio keyboard, which attaches a tiny keyboard so you can type without any distractions.


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Portable Charger and Power Station Deals

Have a look at our guide to the best portable power stations and the best portable chargers for more options.

★ GoalZero Sherpa 100 Battery Pack for $243 ($57 off)Amazon

This is a good deal on our favorite charger for laptops. It has two USB-C ports (60-watt and 100-watt), two USB-A ports, and, remarkably for the size of this thing, it also has a 100-watt AC port for those devices that need a pronged plug. In our tests it managed to fully recharged the average 13-inch laptop twice. It is in fact charging my laptop as I write this update.

Zendure SuperTank Pro Portable Power Bank for $110 ($110 off)—Click the Coupon ButtonAmazon

This battery pack is both portable and powerful. It has a 26,800-mAh capacity (the maximum you can take on a flight), and four USB-C ports—two of which can dish out 100 watts and two that output 20 watts each. We’ve used it to fast-charge MacBooks, iPhones, and other smartphones. There small built-in OLED display that shows the remaining power as a percentage and in-watt hours.

UGreen 145-Watt Power Bank for $86 ($64 off)—Click the CouponAmazon

A 25,000-mAh battery pack that's surprisingly compact is a rarity, but UGreen pulls it off. At 1.1 pounds, it's definitely not ultralight, but the highlight here is that you can actually draw 145 watts while charging. That means one USB-C port can dish out 100 watts, enough to fast charge a laptop. There are three ports in all, two USB-C ports, one USB-A.

Anker Prime 67W USB C Charger for $38 ($22 off)Amazon

We like Anker's chargers and its Prime range employs GaN technology to shrink the size down. This 67-watt charger has fold-out prongs and offers two USB-C ports and one USB-A. It can charge a MacBook and it supports fast charging for iPhones, Samsung Galaxy S phones, and Pixel phones.

Anker Nano Power Bank 10,000 for $35 ($15 off)Amazon

This solid option from Anker made the honorable mentions in our Best Portable Chargers. It has a 10,000-mAh capacity, good for just shy of two full charges for most phones, a built-in USB-C cable that doubles as a loop for easy carrying, and an additional USB-C and USB-A port. It maxes out at 30 watts each way and can be fully charged in around two hours.

Satechi 165-Watt GaN Four-Port Charger for $84 ($36)Amazon

This handy charger has enough power to juice up two MacBook Pro models simultaneously. But it's also great if you have a lot of devices around your desk that constantly need to be charged. It has a little stand to prop it up, a short cord that goes out to an outlet, and four USB-C ports that output 100 watts each. This is the lowest price we've tracked.

Biolite BaseCharge 1500 Power Station for $1,019 ($680 off)Biolite

Our medium-capacity pick of the best portable power stations, the Biolite BaseCharge 1500 has recessed handles for easy carrying, a good mix of ports to charge a lot of small gadgets like phones, tablets, and laptops, and a wireless charging pad on top. The 1,521-watt-hour capacity is enough to keep you powered on a weekend camping trip. Sadly, it takes a long time to charge.

★ Jackery Explorer 300 Plus With 40W Solar Panel for $319 ($81 off)Amazon

If you want extra power for a camping or road trip but need something truly portable, the Jackery Explorer 300 Plus is worth a look and appears in our Best Portable Chargers guide. Cute and compact, this battery has a fold-out handle, packs a 288-Wh capacity, and weighs 8.3 pounds. It comes with a fold-out solar panel that can generate 40 watts. The fan can get a little noisy and it takes several hours to charge from solar. We have seen it discounted before, but never lower than this.

Jackery Explorer 2000 Plus Portable Power Station for $1,659 ($540 off)Amazon

Taking the best overall slot in our Best Portable Power Stations guide, the Jackery Explorer 2000 Plus (8/10, WIRED Recommends) brings you power wherever and whenever you need it. The LiFePO4 battery should be good for 10 years, the fan is relatively quiet, and it has a good mix of ports and outlets. You can also stack batteries if you need more power and charge via solar panels (sold separately). Some of the covers are tight and it's heavy to lug around, but overall it's a great power station. This is the lowest price we've seen on this one.

Goal Zero Yeti 500X Power Station for $400 ($90 off)REI

We tested and liked the Yeti 1500X for our portable charger guide and this is roughly the same thing, just smaller capacity (think weekend gear, not backup when the grid is down). It will struggle with higher loads like power tools, but for device charging and small appliances you'll be fine. There's AC, 12V, and 60W USB-C outputs and it has a built-in solar charge controller if you have solar panels (it can charge off the wall or the car if you don't).

Ecoflow River 2 Pro Portable Power Station for $399 ($200 off)Amazon

Sporting a large handle and weighing in at 17 pounds, this is the most portable pick in our Best Portable Power Stations guide. It offers 768 watt-hours, and has a wide range of ports and outlets to charge small gadgets. It takes over an hour to charge from the mains and has a standard XT60 connector for solar panels, but the fan can get noisy. While it has been discounted before, this is the lowest price we have ever seen. Ecoflow is also offering discounts on many other models if you need more power.


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Laptop and Headphone Deals

If you're in the market for a new laptop, be sure to read our guides to The Best Laptops, Best Cheap Laptops, Best Linux Laptop, and Best Gaming Laptops for more options.

★ Apple MacBook Pro 16-inch Laptop (M3 Pro, 2023) for $2,249 ($250 off)AmazonBest Buy ($2,300)

Apple's brand-new M3 chips are available in three different MacBook tiers—the M3, M3 Pro, and M3 Max (9/10, WIRED Recommends). They're all included in our guide to the Best Laptops. The M3 Pro falls in the middle as far as processing power and speed goes, but it's still blazing fast. We recommend that you opt for the Pro if you’re a serious productivity user or content creator. This deal matches the best price we've seen so far.

Apple MacBook Pro 14-inch Laptop (M3 Pro, 2023) for $1,849 ($150 off)Best Buy

Apple's brand-new M3 chips are available in three different MacBook tiers—the M3, M3 Pro, and M3 Max (9/10, WIRED Recommends). They're all included in our guide to the Best Laptops. This model is similar to the other M3 Pro MacBook Pro that's on sale, except it has a smaller screen.

Lenovo IdeaPad Flex for $669 ($180 off)Amazon

This little 2-in-1 laptop has been one of our best budget picks in our Best Laptops Guide forever. It's not spec'd out for video editing or gaming, but it's plenty fast enough for office and web-based work. There are plenty of ports for peripherals, and the 2-in-1 design is nice for watching movies on the go.

★ Acer Aspire 3 Laptop (12th-Gen Intel, 2022) for $400 ($50 off)Walmart

Our favorite 15-inch laptop, the Acer Aspire 3, here comes with an Intel Core i5 chip, integrated graphics, 8 GB of RAM, and a 15.6-inch IPS display (1,920 x 1,080 pixels). It’s big, and the display is not the sharpest, but it won’t strain your eyes. There are ports galore (Ethernet, USB, USB-C, HDMI, headphone jack), and it’s powerful enough for most everyday tasks.

Lenovo Flex 5i Chromebook Plus for $379 ($121 off)Best Buy

This is the fastest Chromebook we've tested. It features a 3.75-GHz Intel Core i3-1315U CPU, 8 GB of RAM, and 128 GB of flash storage. The Flex 5i has two USB-C ports (one is used for charging) plus one USB-A port. You also get a microSD card slot for expanding the storage capability, making this a good choice for those who don't want to keep everything in the cloud. The 14-inch touchscreen uses a 2-in-1 design, making it ideal for media streaming. As on most Chromebooks, the screen isn't the best, with mid-level brightness and a standard 1,920 x 1,080-pixel screen resolution.

HP Envy 2-in-1 AMD 15-Inch Laptop for $650 ($350 off)Best Buy

We like the 15-inch HP Envy (8/10, WIRED Recommends) for its impressive performance, very nice screen, and decent keyboard, complete with a dedicated emoji button. Graphics are courtesy of the integrated AMD Radeon chipset, which underpins the 1920 x 1080-pixel, 16:9 aspect ratio display. It's no gaming rig, but it works. Connectivity options include two USB-C ports with DisplayPort capabilities, two USB-A ports, and an HDMI 2.1 port, plus a full-size SD card reader.

Asus Zenbook 14X 14-Inch Laptop for $700 ($300 off)Best Buy

This is the slightly larger, slightly heavier version of the Asus Zenbook 14 that we really like (8/10, WIRED Recommends). It has the same gorgeous 14-inch 2.8K OLED touch display that's very impressive for a laptop this size. Unlike the mid-range model we tested, this features an Intel i7 (13700H) 16 gigabytes of RAM and a 512-gigabyte SSD. You're getting the high end model for the price of the mid range. It's plenty of speed for most computing tasks.

The Das Keyboard MacTigr for $157 ($62 off)—Click Coupon ButtonAmazonDas Keyboard (Uses Code DASBFCM)

The Das Keyboard MacTigr (9/10, WIRED Recommends) is expensive, but it’s great for those in the Apple ecosystem with a dedicated Mac layout. It also has cherry MX Red switches (that don’t get too loud), a two-port USB-C hub, and a high-quality all-metal build.

Sony WH-1000XM5 Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones for $322 ($76 off)AmazonBest Buy ($330)Walmart ($328)Target ($330)

As Sony’s priciest wireless headphones, the WH-1000XM5 had a lot to live up to following the remarkably popular WH-1000XM4. Luckily they deliver the goods with upgraded noise canceling, a posh new design, and a more refined sound signature that adds up to a great package – especially on sale.

HyperX Cloud Alpha Wireless Gaming Headset for $120 ($49 off)Amazon

HyperX made a pact with an eldritch god to get 300 hours of battery life out of a single pair of headphones. Right now, they're down to $120, the lowest price we've ever seen them. That's like … 40 cents per hour of battery life. If you started using this headset today, for 8 hours every day, you wouldn't have to charge it until 2024. Use it for 4 hours a day, and you'd probably make it to Valentine's Day. We gave this headset the coveted (and very rare!) 10/10, WIRED Recommends rating.

Ampere Title Shower Power Pro Speaker for $99 ($50 off)Amazon

Every shower is made better with a little music (but not a dance party. Safety first people!) According to WIRED Reviews editor Julian Chokkattu, the best choice for shower tunes is the Ampere Shower Power Pro. The Bluetooth speaker easily attaches to your showerhead – confirmed after he installed it in three different showers – and uses power generated from the flowing water to make your jams, well, jam. We haven’t seen the price drop to under $100 since late last year.

Apple AirPods Max for $450 ($20 off)Best Buy

The Apple AirPods Max (8/10, WIRED Recommends) have stood the test of time and, correspondingly, held onto their relatively high price point. This discount isn't much but it's still the lowest price we've seen for these headphones. They have exceptional build quality, pair and work seamlessly with iOS devices, and last up to 20 hours on a single charge.

Google Pixel Buds A-Series for $60 ($40 off)Amazon ($87)WalmartBest BuyStaples

Google's Pixel Buds A-Series (8/10, WIRED Recommends) are our favorite earbuds for the money thanks to a neat package that fits well, sounds good, and costs less than plenty of competitors. They don't have noise canceling which we're starting to see pretty regularly in this price class, but this sale pushes them close to half the original cost for a killer bargain.


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