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The 100+ Best Amazon Black Friday Deals 2021

Amazon drops thousands of Black Friday deals every year, and this year is no different. The Tech Talk team is sorting through all of those price drops to find you only the best discounts on the best products. Bookmark this list of the best Amazon Black Friday deals worth your time, as we'll continue to update it through the weekend. And if you're interested in sales from other retailers, we have an even bigger list of the best Black Friday deals to help you find everything you want and need this holiday.

Vacuum and smart home deals
Take your home to the next level with deals on all of the best appliances, speakers and security systems.

iRobot Roomba 694 Robot Vacuum

Deal price: $180; street price: $250
A robot vacuum, if your pets can tolerate it while it's in action, is one of the best ways for dog and cat owners to deal with the inevitable accretion of hair. This is a nice opportunity to save on a variant of one of our top robot vacuum picks. The 600 series comes in a number of versions, but if it’s a Roomba and the model number starts with a 6, our expert guide writers note they're all about the same except that Wi-Fi capabilities vary from model to model, and the aesthetics can be different. The 694 in particular is Wi-Fi enabled and works with Google Assistant & Amazon Alexa.

iRobot Roomba i3+ Robot Vacuum

Deal price: $400; street price: $535
Nimble and great for getting pet hair out of carpets and rugs, the iRobot Roomba i3+ is one of our upgrade robot vacuum picks. The i3+ is an impressive cleaner that can thoroughly clean a large space, and most notably, empties itself when done. Though it's not as clever or fast as some other models, this durable bot is great for bigger homes and comes with a handy bin that you'll only need to empty every month or two. This matches the lowest price we've seen for this model and is only the second time we've seen it on sale, so it's a great time to pick it up.

iRobot Roomba i6+ Robot Vacuum

Deal price: $550; street price: $700
The i6+ is essentially identical to the Roomba i7+. Though many modern robot vacuums have caught up to these higher end models since their release, it's still difficult to beat Roomba's overall durability and repairability. This model also adds a much smarter navigation system that you can program to clean specific rooms (or even sections of a room) through a Wi-Fi app, and empties itself when it’s full or finished cleaning.

Eufy RoboVac 11S

Deal price: $138; street price: $225
Our budget pick, the Eufy RoboVac 11S is currently down to a great price if you're in the market for a robot vacuum. We liked the 11S for its unobtrusive presence, and ability to tackle both hardwood and short-pile carpeted floors. Its flatter shape also increases maneuverability underneath furniture. While its longevity isn't as reliable as the Roomba's and it doesn't work best on thicker carpets, this is still a solid deal for a vacuum you'll use weekly, if not daily.

Eufy RoboVac 30 Robot Vacuum

Deal price: $140; street price: $200
A variant of our budget robot vacuum pick, this particular Eufy model has stronger suction than the 11s and includes extra boundary markers—perfect for those who want the ability to restrict their vacuum to certain areas in their home. Like the 11s, this Eufy likely won't be as reliable as a Roomba, but it's a solid choice if your priority is affordability and you want an effective, hassle-free option.

Eufy BoostIQ RoboVac 15C Robot Vacuum

Deal price: $170; street price: $250

While all Eufy RoboVacs provide a similar experience and quality, with varying additional features, the Eufy 15C is a model that we hold comparable to our current budget pick (the 11S). Working excellently on bare floors and short-pile rugs, this particular model includes Wi-Fi and Alexa support.

Roborock S4 Max Robot Vacuum

Deal price: $280 with clipped on-page coupon; street price: $430
A brilliant navigator, the Roborock S4 Max will learn the layout of your entire home in a single cleaning session. The map can then be further customized through the app with no-clean zones and avoided rooms—all without the need to to install physical barriers or markers. Though we found that it may struggle a bit on certain carpet types, this versatile robot vacuum will efficiently move through most homes and help keep them tidy. If purchasing from Amazon, make sure to clip the on-page coupon to access this deal.

Roborock S6 Pure Robot Vacuum and Mop

Deal price: $360 with clipped on-page coupon; street price: $450

An improved version of our current upgrade pick, the Roborock S6 Pure boasts all the most useful functions of a robot vacuum—like impressive navigation and interactive mapping—plus a few handy extras. Compared to the S4, the S6 Pure has a better battery life, added mop attachment, and a few design differences that make it less likely to get stuck on plush rugs or thresholds. While we don't think the extras are necessary, with the price down to $350 with a clipped coupon, this is a great deal on a reliable robot vacuum cleaner.

Miele Classic C1 Pure Suction Canister Vacuum

Deal price: $255; street price: $290
The Miele Classic C1 Pure Suction, a vacuum we really like for use on bare floors (or flat low-pile rugs), is available on sale for $255 from a street price around $290. The C1 lacks a roller, making it most suitable for those without thick rugs. It also operates a little louder than our Miele picks in other guides and doesn't have a crushproof hose or a filtration system that's quite as impressive as those options. However, we think it's a nice upgrade option if you're someone with hardwoods looking for an eminently reliable vacuum.

Ecobee SmartThermostat with Voice Control

Deal price: $200; street price: $250
A smart thermostat is a great upgrade for any home. It'll learn your schedule, balance temperatures, and potentially cut down your electric bill. If you're looking to make an upgrade, the Ecobee is a sleek option that works with most smart-home platforms, including Apple HomeKit and Amazon Alexa. The added voice control microphone means you can play music, relay the news, control your home’s smart lights, and turn the A/C up or down—all without ever leaving the couch. We've seen slightly better deals on this pick in the past, but this discount matches the lowest it has dropped this year.

Google Nest Thermostat (Cotton Snow)

Deal price: $100; street price: $130
A less expensive and less complicated smart thermostat, the Google Nest Thermostat is a solid option that we speak well of in our guide. While it doesn't have remote temperature sensors and doesn't "learn" your heating and cooling habits and schedule, it's still a solid budget option that works perfectly with the Google Nest ecosystem. A great option for when you need a no-frills smart thermostat, while this isn't the lowest price we've seen, this is still a solid discount.

Wemo WiFi Smart Plug

Deal price: $14; street price: $20
If you need to integrate your smart plug into an Apple HomeKit system, the Wemo WiFi Smart Plug is the one to get. Though it supports all three major voice platforms (Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, and Apple HomeKit), this device costs about half the price of most other HomeKit-compatible plugs. The smallest of our single-outlet picks, this is a solid deal on this compact device.

Arlo Essential Video Doorbell (Wired)

Deal price: $80; street price: $130
Besides offering great hardware and fast response times, the Arlo was the only smart doorbell we tested that could distinguish among people, animals, vehicles, or packages—so it kept false alerts to a minimum (a common issue we ran into with other models). If you want advanced sensing options and the ability to capture video clips up to five minutes long, you'll need a $3-per-month Arlo Smart subscription. But overall we think this is a fair price for these essential features.

Eufy Security Video Doorbell 2K (Wired)

Deal price: $99 with clipped on-page coupon; street price: $145
A smart doorbell camera allows you to keep an eye on your door, even when you're away from home. We think our runner-up pick is affordable and feature-packed, including a lot of complex features that other companies charge for, like an internal memory that's able to store up to 30 days worth of video as well as the ability to distinguish between people and ambient motion. Between its wide recording angle, local and cloud storage ($30 per year), and customizable responses, this wired option will give you extra security and awareness 24/7. Back down to $105, this deal matches some of the better pricing we've seen for this video doorbell.

Eufy 2K Indoor Security Cam C24

Deal price: $30; street price: $40
An indoor security camera lets you keep tabs on the things at home that matter most. As our top pick for daily use, the Eufy 2K Indoor Cam offers a sharp image, four options for video storage, and continuous recording. Plus, its smart-assistant connection allows you to hook up to Alexa or Google Assistant for added integration into your smart-home. A pair of security cameras is likely the minimum you'll need if you're monitoring a larger space, but a single camera will provide enough coverage for any room. Make sure you choose store pickup to grab this low price.

EufyCam 2 Pro Wireless Security Camera (2-Pack)

Deal price: $250; street price: $350
Outdoor security cameras can give you a little added peace of mind when you're away from home. Down to $250 (price reflects in cart), the EufyCam 2 Pro is the perfect system for those seeking a low maintenance wireless option, offering the best rechargeable battery of all the cordless options we tested. This security camera delivers a great image, HomeKit support, and three options for storing footage.

Ring Alarm 5-Piece Home Security System (2nd Generation)

Deal price: $120; street price: $200
Starting at $10/month, this 5-piece kit has the least expensive optional no-contract live-monitoring plan out of all our picks and includes a base station, keypad, contact sensor, motion sensor, and siren. It was bumped from the top slot in our guide because we no longer consider Ring cameras to be the most comprehensive, but it's still an overall affordable and simple DIY system. If you're looking for a reliable, inexpensive security system for doors, windows, and entryways, this deal is just shy of the lowest price we've seen for this kit.

Ring Alarm 8-Piece Home Security System (2nd Generation)

Deal price: $150; street price: $250
A good home security system should help deliver a little peace of mind without breaking the bank. Though the Ring Alarm doesn't have quite as many bells and whistles as our other picks, it's a great solution if budget is your top priority. Ring is easy to use and has the option to self-monitor at no extra cost—although it's $20 per month for a live-monitoring plan. The 8-piece kit includes a base station, keypad, motion detector, range extender, and four contact sensors. This deal isn't the best price we've seen for this configuration, but it's still worth checking out if you're seeking an affordable security upgrade for your home.

TP-Link Kasa Smart Wi-Fi Light Switch Dimmer HS220 (3-pack)

Deal price: $45; street price: $60
Smart switches can add a little pizzazz and convenience to your home, allowing you to control the lighting with an app or voice command no matter where you are. Reliable and affordable, the HS220 has three simple buttons (dimming, on, and off) and works with smart assistants like Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. This is a solid deal on our top pick, so now is a great time to grab a pack of three switches for just $45.

Lutron Caséta Wireless In-Wall Smart Dimmer Bundle

Deal price: $80; street price: $100
Update your home's lighting with an in-wall smart light switch. This bundle includes the Caseta smart bridge, dimmer switch, a Pico 3-button dimming remote, and a Pico wall plate bracket wallplate. Easy to use and reliable, the Caséta is compatible with a wide variety of smart devices and doesn’t require a neutral wire for installation—a particularly handy feature for older homes. It's pricier than our other picks and lacks the ability to remember the last used setting, but the Caséta still lets you create rooms, zones, scenes, and automated schedules.

Yeelight Smart LED Color Bulb

Deal price: $23 with clipped on-page coupon; street price: $30
An option we recommend from our LED light bulb guide, the Yeelight Smart LED Color is down to $23 with clipped on-page coupon. Compatible with Amazon Alexa, Apple HomeKit, and Google Assistant, this is brighter than most smart bulbs and offers several special features that competing bulbs don't. Discounts on this full-featured bulb are few and far between, so this deal is a good chance to save if you're looking to smarten up your home's lighting.

Wyze Bulb Color (2-Pack)

Deal price: $20 with delayed shipping; street price: $27
This soon-to-be pick produces 1100 lumens and 75 watts of brightness. It also supports Wi-Fi and Bluetooth that can be controlled locally, and includes a plethora of features like, tunable white control, sleep routines, and a Vacation Mode. The Wyze bulb is compatible with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, and IFTTT. This discount is the first deal we've posted and includes two of these smart LED bulbs to help get you started.

Echo Dot Kids Edition Smart Speaker (4th Generation)

Deal price: $35; street price: $50
Available again for $35, this deal matches the lowest price we've seen for the newest version of our budget kid-focused Alexa smart speaker pick. For about half the price, we found that the Dot sounds good enough to use as a nightstand or small kitchen speaker, and it includes all the standard Alexa features. The Kids Edition even features cute child-friendly designs, such as a tiger or panda print.

Computer and computer accessory deals

TP-Link Deco S4 Wi-Fi Mesh-Networking Kit

Deal price: $110; street price: $130
If you're combatting a bad Wi-Fi signal in your home (and you've already tried moving your router), a mesh-networking kit may be the next step. Our budget pick was able to quickly feed simulated web traffic to our three test laptops while three other laptops were streaming 4K video and downloading files simultaneously. It only has two Ethernet ports and doesn't have all the bells and whistles of some pricier models, but the Deco is still a great way to get better wireless coverage in a large space when you're on a budget.

Eero Pro 6 Wi-Fi Mesh-Networking Kit (2-pack)

Deal price: $300; street price: $400
While our main Wi-Fi mesh-networking kit picks have optional settings for tweaking their network performance, there’s something to be said about a mesh network you set up once, and almost never have to think about again. The Eero Pro 6 is easy to set up and removes many router settings for simplicity’s sake. However, it missed the mark as one of our picks because it's one of the most expensive mesh kits we’ve tested so far. That being said, solid alternative as a simple, set-it-and-forget-it networking solution, if you can absorb the initial investment and the added online security and parental controls that cost $30-120 per yearly subscription. This price drop for the set of two hubs is the best price we've seen so far for this setup.

TP-Link Archer AX50 Wi-Fi Router

Deal price: $115; street price: $150
Our top pick from our guide to the best Wi-Fi routers, the TP-Link Archer AX50 is currently down to the lowest we've seen. Able to create speedy, responsive networks in even medium-sized houses, we found that you would have to spend a lot more on a router—or a mesh kit, to get anything even a little better. Deals on this model are scarce, so this is an excellent chance to pick one up if you're in need of a new router.

TP-Link Archer AX20 Wi-Fi Router

Deal price: $85; street price: $110
Combating unreliable Wi-Fi in your home? Update your aging router with our runner-up pick. The AX20 offers fewer features than our top pick, but it's more affordable and holds up in throughput and responsiveness—particularly if your house isn’t larger than 2,300-square-feet. This deal is only $5 shy of the best price we've seen for the AX20.

TP-Link Archer A20 Wi-Fi Router

Deal price: $110; street price: $125
Our former top pick for the best Wi-Fi router, the TP-Link Archer A20 is available for a new low price—albeit after a substantial decrease in street price. Although this aging router is no longer an official pick, the Archer A20 still performed well in our latest round of testing. It lacked the long-range coverage of our newer picks and ended up ranking in the middle of the pack overall, but we think it's a solid choice for folks with a lot of devices who want to take advantage of its tri-band radio.

TP-Link RE220 Wi-Fi Extender

Deal price: $20; street price: $23
If spotty Wi-Fi is standing between you and your next Netflix marathon, you might need a Wi-Fi extender. Affordable and compact, our top pick is a dirt-cheap, dual-band Wi-Fi extender that improved the Wi-Fi quality and connection reliability of our standalone router in testing. Though it will also slightly slow the speed of your internet, we still found the experience to be more responsive and less frustrating than without the extender. The RE220 has seen a decrease in street price over the past few months but we've yet to see this pick drop any lower.

Lexar Professional 1066x microSD Card (512 GB)

Deal price: $75; street price: $98
Though it doesn't have the raw speed of our tops picks, the Lexar Professional 1066x is fast enough for an action camera, a game system, or a tablet. The 1066x passed the same performance tests as the Kingston and SanDisk, but the write tests were a bit slower. It's still fast enough that we think it's a good alternative when our top picks are out of stock. Coming in at a new low price, this is a great time to pick up a microSD card for your devices. If you don't need as much space or have a tighter budget, the 256 GB version is also on sale, down to $33 (from $38).

SanDisk MicroSDXC Card for Nintendo Switch (128 GB)

Deal price: $20; street price: $24
Striking the perfect balance between consistent performance and cost effectiveness, the SanDisk MicroSDXC Card for Nintendo Switch (128 GB) is down to $20. Our top microSD pick boasts fast write speeds in a compact and durable package, but don't let the cute Super Mario theme fool you—in addition to being a great accessory for our flexible gaming console pick, the Switch card works great with any electronics that need a microSDXC—such as phones, tablets, and other gaming systems.

Logitech G305 Lightspeed Wireless USB Gaming Mouse

Deal price: $30; street price: $40

If you're looking for a small wireless gaming mouse and favor a claw grip, this is a good opportunity to save on a former budget pick. Similar in size, shape, and button placement to our current budget pick, the Logitech G305 Lightspeed is a solid alternative if you want to go wireless. Do note that unlike some of our other picks, this mouse can only connect via USB dongle—while better for gaming (due to the lower latency), it's not as convenient as options with Bluetooth.

Razer Basilisk Ultimate Wireless Gaming Mouse

Deal price: $80; street price: $120
In many ways, the Razer Basilisk Ultimate is nearly identical to our top gaming mouse pick (its size, shape, switches, etc.). However, the Ultimate excels in comfort and wireless functionality, securing its spot as a worthy upgrade pick. It's just as fast and responsive as most wired options, and has a decent battery life as well, but note that this deal does not include the charging dock. Normally quite a high-cost accessory, this deal is a nice opportunity to save on a wireless upgrade.

Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Keyboard & Mouse

Deal price: $80; street price: $100
Though it's only partially split and you can't customize its tenting angle, the Microsoft Sculpt is a great affordable and wireless ergonomic keyboard option. Though we prefer the mechanical keys of other picks, the Sculpt is a great model for budget-conscious folks testing out the waters of ergonomic keyboards. Plus, it connects to your computer via a 2.4 GHz wireless USB dongle, so you don't have to worry about cluttering your space with additional wires. We have mixed feelings about the mouse included in this bundle, but it's a good value if you're interested in an all-in-one set.

Crucial MX500 SSD (1 TB)

Deal price: $85; street price: $100

Upgrading your older computer from a more traditional hard drive to a SATA SSD is a great way to improve its speed and performance. If you're looking for a solid-state drive replacement that will go easy on both your older computer and your wallet, we recommend the Crucial MX500 SSD (1 TB). Down to $85, this is just a few bucks shy of the lowest price we've seen for this size, making it a nice opportunity to snag our SSD pick for older computers.

Samsung 980 Pro SSD (1 TB NVMe)

Deal price: $170; street price: $195
We don’t recommend faster, more-expensive PCI Express 4.0 SSDs for most people buying an SSD for their PC, but if you’re adding an SSD to Sony’s PlayStation 5, these are the only kinds of drives that meet Sony’s performance requirements. We haven’t tested it with a PS5 specifically, but the 1 TB version of the Samsung 980 Pro is the drive we’d recommend, because it runs faster and cooler than similarly priced drives. Sony has also stated that whatever drive you use should have a heatsink, this should ensure that the SSD is working at its peak performance and extend its lifetime without overheating the drive or your PS5.

Samsung T7 Touch Portable SSD (500 GB)

Deal price: $90; street price: $105
A portable solid state drive, or SSD is a quick and reliable way to move large files between computers. Samsung's follow-up to the T5—our previous top portable SSD pick— the T7 Touch is both slimmer and quite a bit faster on sequential reads and writes. In addition, the T7 Touch comes with an added fingerprint reader for extra data security. Another solid discount, it's back down to $90 in black and silver.

Kitchen gear deals
Even though many may not think of kitchen gear when it comes to Best Buy, the brand still has deals that are worth checking out. From Instant Pot to Cuisinart, you don’t want to miss these limited-time bargains.

Ozeri Pronto Digital Multifunction Kitchen and Food Scale (Teal)

Deal price: $9; street price: $12
Even a simple kitchen scale will upgrade your baking. Similar to our top pick in look and feel, the Ozeri Pronto was slightly more accurate during testing, particularly with heavier weights. However, the scale automatically shut off after two minutes and was slower to read smaller items compared to its competition. Still, if you're looking for an affordable and attractive scale for your kitchen, our compact budget pick offers a great balance of features. Although we've seen this price for the red and teal colorways in the past, this remains a great deal on an affordable kitchen scale.

Cuisinart Frozen Yogurt-Ice Cream & Sorbet Maker (ICE-21)

Deal price: $60; street price: $70
The ICE-21 made some of the smoothest and most delicious ice cream in our tests. With just one switch, the machine is a breeze to use, and because it’s lighter and smaller than compressor machines, it's also easier to move and store. Note: you’ll need to plan your churning around pre-freezing the bowl insert overnight, though, which will take up freezer space. This deal is only a few bucks shy of the best price we've seen for this machine in new condition.

Bonavita BV1901TS Connoisseur Coffee Maker

Deal price: $102 with delayed shipping; street price: $110
This is a great deal on our bare-bones design pick from our guide to the best drip coffee maker. It made coffee that was just as good or better than many of the competitors during our testing, and this deal drops it down to about half the price of our top pick. So if you're mostly just concerned about the taste of your coffee and don't care about convenience features like programmable start time, this is a great time to pick up this coffee maker; note slightly delayed shipping.

Bodum Chambord French Press (34oz)

Deal price: $30; street price: $36
A French press is an easy coffee brewing option that produces a nice cup of coffee without the fuss of a more complicated setup. Simple but elegant, the Bodum Chambord is a classically designed option that makes a balanced cup of mostly grit-free coffee. This isn't the best deal we've seen for our runner-up pick, but discounts are rare and fleeting, so we still think this is a decent chance to pick up this retro 50's-style press.

Annovero Dessert Bowls

Deal price: $26; street price: $28
Seeking a gift to thank a hard-working teacher in your life? These colorful dessert bowls are perfect for housing various tchotchkes and materials in the classroom or delicious treats from home. This deal is the first discount we've posted for this set. It includes six brightly patterned bowls that are as thoughtful and attractive as they are useful.

GIR Silicone Spatula (Red)

Deal price: $9 with clipped on-page coupon; street price: $13
The GIR Silicone Spatula is our pick for the silicone spatula for preparing batters, doughs, or cooking over high heat. In our guide, we praise this flipper for being small enough to fit in a peanut butter jar, strong enough to press down dough, and flexible enough to clean the edges of a batter bowl. Clip the on-page coupon to get this model for $9 in red, a great price.

OXO Good Grips 3-Qt Glass Baking Dish with Lid

Deal price: $16; street price: $20
Great for everyday meals, our budget pick for the best 13-by-9 casserole dish is inexpensive and made of clear borosilicate glass that bakes just as evenly as our more expensive picks. We also appreciate its large, easy-to-grip handles and its included lid that makes storing leftovers a breeze. Right now, you can snag this OXO baking dish for a price just shy of the lowest price we've seen.

OXO Good Grips Glass 9″ Pie Plate with Lid

Deal price: $11; street price: $14
Simple and sturdy, this pie plate is made of 2-inch borosilicate glass that holds more filling than the competition and can also withstand quick transitions between cold and hot temperatures. Its handy lid also makes it easier to store and transport without spills, and the clear glass bottom allows you to keep an eye out for that perfect, golden crust. With this pie plate now down to $11, now is a great time to ensure your Thanksgiving dessert is all set with a functional pie plate we love.

KitchenAid K150 Blender

Deal price: $75; street price: $100
A blender is a versatile kitchen tool that can create everything from fruit smoothies to veggie soups and spicy salsas. When testing our budget pick, the KitchenAid K150 Blender, we found that this three-speed blender could handle three batches of smoothies in a row and two back-to-back pitchers of piña coladas with ease. Even though this model only has a 48-ounce pitcher, it's good for occasional usage or smaller households.

KitchenAid Metal Food Grinder Attachment

Deal price: $70; street price: $100
Unlock the full potential of your meals with the addition of the KitchenAid metal food grinder attachment. If you already own our top stand mixer pick, we recommend this easy-to-store grinder attachment that will allow you to flex your creativity and assume more control over the ingredients you put into your culinary endeavors. Included with the attachment are a food pusher, a food tray, two grinding plates, plus a few extra accessories that will let you handle anything from raw meats and vegetables, to bread and hard cheeses.

Instant Pot Pro 6-Quart Electric Pressure Cooker

Deal price: $80; street price: $130
With stay-cool handles and a bright LCD screen, it's no surprise the Instant Pot Pro is our newly-crowned upgrade pick. This electric pressure cooker offers a user-friendly control panel and is chock full of functions—including faster pre-heating, a diffused quiet steam release, a baking function, and the ability to save your own custom cooking programs—all packed into a sleek black stainless steel frame. This is only the second deal we've seen on a 6-quart version of the Pro, making it a great time to save both time and money considering all the holiday cooking in your (very near) future.

Cosori Pro Air Fryer

Deal price: $85; street price: $100
Update: Also available from Walmart. Grab the Cosori Pro Air Fryer if you want a pod-shaped air fryer that costs less than our recommended Philips model. In our tests, it didn’t cook as evenly as the Philips, but we found its results perfectly acceptable considering its lower price. The Cosori has lots of preprogrammed settings, but some aren't that accurate (which is true of many models), so you may have to fiddle with it more to find the optimal settings for what you’re cooking. It also comes with a recipe booklet, which is nice if you’re looking for some guidance when cooking with convection technology. Like the Philips, the Cosori has a well-designed exterior and won’t be an eyesore if you plan to store it on your counter. Typically selling for about $100, it's nicely discounted to $85 in the black finish.

OXO Good Grips Silicone Flexible Turner

Deal price: $11; street price: $13
For those who need a silicone-coated spatula to use with nonstick pans, we recommend the OXO Good Grips Silicone Flexible Turner for flipping large pancakes. We generally preferred our other silicone-coated spatula more, but the OXO was a close second. The OXO’s blade is thinner and bigger than the GIR’s, but the edge isn’t as tapered, so it required a little more effort to wiggle under fish, fried eggs, and cookies. Although this isn't a significant discount, this turner rarely goes on sale.

Homwe Extra Long Professional Silicone Oven Mitt

Deal price: $10; street price: $15
Matching the lowest price we've seen at $10 for the light blue color, this deal is a rare markdown for the Homwe Extra Long Professional Silicone Oven Mitts. Our top oven mitt pick offered the best combination of heat protection and maneuverability of all the options we tested, especially when reaching into a hot oven or holding a large pan. Overall, this is a great chance to save on a pair of durable, washable, and water-resistant oven mitts. All the available colors are on sale however light blue is offering the lowest price.

Fiskars 8 Inch The Original Orange-Handled Scissors

Deal price: $7; street price: $9
Every house needs at least a basic pair of scissors for simple tasks. If you want a basic pair and budget is your top priority, we recommend Fiskars 8 Inch The Original Orange-Handled Scissors. These classic scissors aren't as sharp or durable as our other picks, but they perform common tasks just as well. This deal is only the second notable discount we've seen for our budget pick and it's a new low price.

Tovolo Penguin Ice Pop Molds

Deal price: $13; street price: $16
Once you pop(sicle) the fun don't stop(sicle) with the Tovolo Penguin Ice Pop Molds, which are back down to $13 from a street price of about $16. Summer may be over, but there's never a bad time to stock up on these peelable silicone molds—plus, with cold and flu season around the corner, they can serve as a unique way to soothe your child's sore throat. With four cute designs that each boast a sturdy base, these reusable and dishwasher-safe pops hold about 2 ounces of liquid. Though they can be a bit tricky to fill, the silicone design means there's no presoaking or warm water rinsing required, so you can easily peel off your frozen pops.

Hydro Flask Insulated Lunch Bag (5 L)

Deal price: $34; street price: $40
A hip update on the classic lunch box, with various contrasting color accents and rounded curves, the Hydro Flask lunch bag is a step above the basic brown bag. This larger, taller lunch bag is perfect for larger meals, along with multiple drinks, snacks, side dishes, or pieces of fruit. The insulation will keep food cold, and it has plenty of room to fit several small ice packs. Due to it's larger size though, it’s best for those willing to carry their lunch box on its own, or for those who can throw it in the backseat of a car.

iDrink Drinkmate Soda Maker

Deal price: $66; street price: $90
The iDrink Drinkmate is a great option if you want to experiment with bubbly mocktails or juices. Although the SodaStream produces more fizz, the Drinkmate successfully lives up to its unique claim to carbonate beverages other than water. This deal includes the soda maker, a 60L CO2 cartridge, and a reusable 1-liter bottle. Be sure to clip the on-page coupon.

Work Sharp Culinary E2

Deal price: $45 with clipped on-page coupon; street price: $55
The Work Sharp Culinary E2 knife sharpener may not be as fast, powerful, or sturdily built as our top pick for the best knife sharpener, but it’s easy to use and produced a better edge than any other sharpener in its price range. Now down to $45 with an on-page clipped coupon, occasional cooks would benefit greatly, especially if you don’t have a lot of knives to maintain—it'll give you the best bang for your buck!

Amazon Echo, Kindle, & Fire Tablet deals

Amazon’s devices definitely live up to their hype. This Black Friday you’ll be able to save up to 70% off its ever-popular and Echo.

Kindle Unlimited (4 Months)

Deal price: $5; street price: $40
Amazon is offering four months of Kindle Unlimited for $5 for new users. Kindle Unlimited gives you on-demand access to a huge catalog of books, magazines and audiobooks for a flat rate every month. Once the four free months are up, the subscription will auto-renew for $10 a month, but you can cancel at any time if you're not interested in continuing the service.

Amazon Fire HD 8 Tablet (32 GB, 10th generation)

Deal price: $45; street price: $75
An incredibly affordable tablet that gets the job done, the Fire HD 8 is a great option if you're looking for a device that the whole family can use. Our budget pick runs Fire OS quickly and offers 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage, but we found the 1280x800 screen wasn't as sharp as the competition. As long as you don't mind missing out on Google Play store/apps, this deal is an excellent chance to save on a solid Amazon-powered media tablet.

Amazon Echo Show 8 Smart Display (1st Gen, Charcoal)

Deal price: $60; street price: $80

A smart display is like a speaker and tablet mashup, and if you're interested in one that's compatible with Alexa, this deal for the Amazon Echo Show 8 (1st Gen) offers good value. Although a newer generation of the Echo Show is currently available, this drop to $60 is a new low price for the 1st Gen. The Amazon Echo Show 8 can be used for video calls, recipe preparation, or even as a baby monitor. It combines a mid-sized touchscreen with nice speakers and a decent camera, and if you already use any of the myriad of Amazon services, the Echo Show 8 will integrate well into your life.

Amazon Echo Buds (2nd Gen) Wireless Earbuds

Deal price: $70; street price: $100
If you strongly prefer Amazon's Alexa for a voice assistant, you may like the Amazon Echo Buds, which are among those we like in our wireless Bluetooth earbuds guide.
Though they have a middling five-hour battery life and may be a little large for smaller ears, we still found them to have plenty to offer with the hands-free Alexa feature and average noise cancellation. Available for $70, this is the lowest price we've seen on these Alexa-compatible earbuds, so now is a good time to invest if you want to add to your collection of Amazon devices.

Amazon Echo Dot (3rd Generation) Smart Speaker with free smart light bulb

Deal price: $20 with delayed shipping; street price: $40

Amazon Echo Dot (3rd Generation) Smart Speaker

Deal price: $20; street price: $40
The Echo Dot, our budget Alexa smart speaker pick for seniors, is a great way to integrate smart speaker technology into your home without making a major investment. If speaker quality isn't a huge concern for you, this is a great opportunity to save on a device that can be used for streaming music, calling and messaging loved ones and caregivers, and more.

Amazon Echo Smart Speaker (4th Gen)

Deal price: $60; street price: $80
Matching the previous lowest price, this is a nice deal for the Amazon Echo 4th Gen, our top pick for best Alexa smart speaker. With Alexa, it can do just about everything a good smart speaker can do, including playing music, answering questions, controlling your smart-home devices, as well as being able to buy stuff from Amazon. It's slightly larger (and a different shape) than the original Echo, but the larger, spherical size allows for a better speaker with a big volume boost and improved soundstage.

Hobbies, gifts & games deals
If you’re looking for the perfect gift, be sure to check out our gift coverage. We’ve broken down everything you need to know to get the best options for your family and friends.

Green Toys Watering Can Toy

Deal price: $7; street price: $17
If your young child likes to get their hands dirty in the garden, the watering can set from Green Toys is great for encouraging them to develop their green thumb. Wirecutter recommends many of Green Toys’ products for kids because they are made from durable but slightly flexible plastic, and can survive years of indoor and outdoor use. Whether you live in a rural setting or an urban jungle with limited green space, this set is perfect for your budding horticulturalist. The set comes with a watering can, hand rake, and small shovel, and is back down to the best price we've seen.

Catan Board Game

Deal price: $22; street price: $43
Nine out of 10 friends agree: Catan is the easiest way to test your relationships. (The tenth friend is no longer speaking to the rest of the group due to a sheep-related incident.) During each hour-long game, 3-4 players work together to create their own civilization by collecting and trading resources to create a large, interconnected networks of towns, and the first person to reach 10 points wins. Our next-level strategy game pick from our guide to the best beginner board games for adults is down to just a buck shy of the lowest price we've seen at $22.

Ticket To Ride: Europe Board Game

Deal price: $19; street price: $40
This variation of Ticket to Ride, a strategy game for beginners we recommend in our guide to the best board games for adults, is currently available for a new low price. It has slightly different rules and more advanced options than the original, but it's still a great way to get family and friends together for a fun and engaging time.

Throw Throw Burrito

Deal price: $13; street price: $25

Featured in our Best Gifts for 9-Year-Olds, the aim of Throw Throw Burrito is to swap cards until you find a match or play a burrito card, leading to a back-to-back “burrito duel” or an all-out “burrito war.” Sharp reflexes are a must. Our writers suggest playing this game outside, or in a place with tons of room because cute, squishy burritos will indeed be flying.

Exploding Kittens Card Game

Deal price: $10; street price: $18
This is a great deal on Exploding Kittens, down to $10 from a street price of about $20. A cross between Apples to Apples and Russian Roulette, this enormously popular, silly card game is great for kids ages 7 and older, but we think it's a great game to to play with the whole family and we recommend it in our gift guide for families - pick it up now for nonstop fun this holiday season.

Ticket to Ride Board Game

Deal price: $22; street price: $33
Ticket to Ride is a train-themed game we recommend for new gamers in our guide to the best beginner board games for adults. It's simple to learn and challenges players to build the best train routes across North America. If you're looking for a new game night staple, then consider this one. At just $22, this is the lowest price we've seen for Ticket to Ride in recent years.

23andMe Ancestry Plus Health Package DNA Testing Kit

Deal price: $100; street price: $190
Have you ever wondered about your ethnic roots? A simple DNA testing kit can reveal generations of genetic mysteries. That said, there are notable privacy concerns for any testing kit that you should take into consideration before purchasing. If you don't mind the potential risks, our runner-up pick for the best DNA testing kit is a great way to learn more about your lineage and genetic propensity for certain hereditary diseases. Just note that legal guidelines are limited, meaning it's impossible to guarantee who will be able to use your information in the future. This deal matches the best price we've seen for the Ancestry Plus Health Kit, so it's an excellent opportunity to save if you've been looking to learn a little more about your past.

23andMe DNA + Traits Testing Kit

Deal price: $70; street price: $100
The 23andMe DNA + Traits Testing Kit is a less-expensive variant of our runner-up pick. Typically priced around $100, it's currently available for only $69.

Blue Yeti USB Microphone

Deal price: $100; street price: $130
If you don't want to be that person in a Zoom call who sounds like their head is stuck in a fishbowl, consider upgrading to a standalone USB microphone. Our longtime top pick, the Blue Yeti is versatile, solidly built, and able to record some of the best-sounding vocals in a sub-$2000 option. Those clear and natural sounding recordings make the Blue Yeti perfect for both amateur and professional use, and the microphone produces excellent audio for both speech and instrumentals. Although we've seen better deals in the past, the street price has steadily risen due to demand, making this a solid opportunity to save on a few colors of this mic.

Amazon Music Unlimited 3 Months Free

Deal price: $0.01; street price: $24

Prime members who have yet to try Amazon Music Unlimited can get three months free. Amazon Music offers ad-free access to any song, unlimited skips, and hands-free listening with Alexa—perfect for Alexa smart speaker owners. Though this deal periodically crops up for about a month at a time, free is hard to beat, so it's still a nice chance to experiment with a new music streaming service.

LapGear Rossie Lap Tray

Deal price: $30; street price: $35
Whether you're working on your novel or enjoying a relaxing breakfast in bed, a lap tray can provide a stable surface without having to leave the comfort of the sheets. Although recommended in our Mother's Day gift guide, we like the everyday versatility of the LapGear Rossie Lap Tray. We haven't tested this particular lap tray, but it's a similar design to our top lap desk pick (also a LapGear product), and it comes with high customer reviews from a brand we trust. Plus, we like its raised edges to keep plates and laptops from sliding around and making a mess. Note: Other colors are also on sale but may be from different sellers.

Sugru Mouldable Glue

Deal price: $14; street price: $18
Sugru works like something you’d expect to find in a sci-fi novel: Just roll and squeeze the silicone rubber into the desired shape and place it where you want it, and in 30 minutes the putty hardens. The recipient will be able to fix broken parts, make new components, or DIY whatever they can imagine. A recommendation in our guide to the absolute best white elephant gifts, it's just a great product to have around for fun and for utility.

Wacom Intuos S Drawing Tablet

Deal price: $50; street price: $80
If you're the next Frida Kahlo or Vincent van Gogh, take your digital doodling to the next level with the Wacom Intuos S. Our top drawing tablet for beginners has nearly everything you need to get started, with a lightweight and comfortable pen, a 6x3.7-inch drawing space, and programs like Corel Painter Essentials 6 and Corel AfterShot Pro 3 readily available for your lengthy drawing, painting, and photo editing sessions. Back down to the lowest price we've seen at $50, this is a solid deal if you're looking to save on a compact, customizable, and precise graphics tablet.

Aura Mason Luxe Digital Photo Frame

Deal price: $220; street price: $250
A digital photo frame lets you easily add images—including beautiful travel shots and family photos—to the frame from anywhere. The Aura Mason Luxe is an upgrade to our top pick, the Mason frame. The pricier Mason Luxe comes with a couple of specific improvements over the original Mason: a slightly larger 2K screen and the ability to play videos. If those added features appeal to you, it's down to a new low price of $220 from $250.

Netatmo Weather Station

Deal price: $120; street price: $170
The Netatmo is one of the easiest weather stations to use and install, plus it has affordable add-on modules that can give you a reliable and accurate overview of your local weather trends. If you’re reasonably enthusiastic about (or dependent upon) all things meteorological, there’s a lot of value in owning and maintaining a personal weather station that measures the conditions outside your door. Down to $120, this is a rare deal on our top pick for the best home weather station.

Netatmo Wind Gauge

Deal price: $72; street price: $92
Unlike other models, the Neatmo Wind Gauge uses ultrasonic sensors to detect both wind speeds and direction. If you already have our top weather station pick—the Neatmo—it's a handy add-on. Because the wind gauge is compact and battery-operated, you don't have to keep it next to the main weather station and can place it wherever you think it will collect the most accurate data. This is only the third deal we've posted for this add-on and matches the lowest price we've seen.

Audio and headphone deals

Amazon is offering standout bargains on top brands, like Jabra, Beats and Sony.

Jabra Elite 75t Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds

Deal price: $80; street price: $130
A good pair of wireless Bluetooth earbuds should be comfortable, discrete, and sound great; our top pick fits that bill perfectly. Successors to the well-regarded 65t, the Elite 75t has improved in almost every way: they're smaller, lighter, and offer a longer battery life for extended listening. With easy-to-use controls and an IP55 rating against water, dust, and sweat damage, the 75t comes packed full of features, like hear-through mode and audio tuning.

Jabra Elite 85t True Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds

Deal price: $150; street price: $210
Down to $150, this drop continues the downward price trajectory we've seen for these new-ish wireless earbuds since their release. This isn't a comment on their quality, however, as we really liked these earbuds in our testing—so long as you can get a good seal. One of our expert writers couldn't, so the 85t have been relegated to our notable competition for now (pending Jabra making larger ear tips available). If you can get a fit, we liked these earbuds for being small and comfortable, offering active adjustable noise-cancellation, and their compact Qi charging case.

Beats Powerbeats Pro Wireless Earbuds

Deal price: $150; street price: $185
If you're an Apple user looking for new wireless earbuds, the Beats Powerbeats Pro are still a solid option for those who like over-ear hooks. Offering all the pairing benefits of AirPods without any of the drawbacks, the Beats sound great, hold a nine-hour music-listening battery life, and include "Hey Siri" voice activation. Though the charging case isn't as compact as the case for our top pick, we found that it can provide an extra 90 minutes of playtime after only five minutes of charging. We've seen lower prices on single colors, but this is a solid discount on the black, navy and ivory colors.

EarFun Free 2 Wireless Earbuds

Deal price: $33 with clipped on-page coupon + code BFEFR2WC; street price: $50
If you have your heart set on a pair of true wireless earbuds but don’t want to spend more than $50, we like the EarFun Free 2 earbuds. While the sound quality isn't quite as balanced as our top pick, we think the EarFun offers a lot of features you don’t usually find at this price—such as a full complement of tap-based controls, clear-sounding microphones for phone calls, and a high water-resistance rating. These earbuds are already affordable even when they're not on sale, but right now you can snag them for only $33 when you clip the on-page coupon and use code BFEFR2WC.

Jabra Elite 45h Bluetooth Headphones

Deal price: $60; street price: $90
Tired of fumbling with tangled headphone wires? Consider picking up a pair of our budget Bluetooth wireless headphones. Offering good clarity and a battery life of over 50 hours per charge, the Jabra Elite 45h headphones' sound quality, fit, and function are comparable to much more expensive models. However, they lack features like noise cancellation and corded listening. This deal is only a few bucks shy of the lowest price we've seen in navy and gold beige.

Jabra Elite 85h Bluetooth Headphones

Deal price: $150; street price: $200
Right now, our top pick for the best Bluetooth wireless headphones are back down to $150. These comfortable headphones feature easily accessible controls and a user-friendly set-up. Plus, their battery lasts about 36 hours—even with active noise cancellation engaged.

Marshall Major IV Bluetooth Headphones

Deal price: $100; street price: $140
Featuring the "warmer" Marshall sound profile, this also good Bluetooth headphone option provides a gentle-but-broad bass boost without over-emphasizing the high notes. With a soft and cozy (though a bit snug) headband, you're sure to be comfortable during long listening periods as the Marshall features an excellent 80-hour battery life. Easy to control and chock full of features, we loved that this option gives you the choice of wired listening, and the ability to choose between Qi or corded charging.

Sony WH-1000XM4 Bluetooth Wireless Headphones

Deal price: $248; street price: $300
The Sony WH-1000XM4 Bluetooth wireless headphones are a great solution for working in a noisy environment. Feature-packed and comfortable enough to wear all day, they sound great and will significantly reduce the sound of voices around you. While we found that they need some fine-tuning out of the box, if you are willing to put some effort into adjusting the equalizer settings in the app, the XM4 can sound better than just about any other Bluetooth headphone out there.

Jabra Elite Active 75t Earbuds

Deal price: $100; street price: $150
Workouts are difficult enough, so why should you have to suffer in silence? Transform your boring slog of an exercise routine into a fun, energetic set with the long-lasting Jabra Elite Active 75t Earbuds. Back down to $100 with standard charging, this is another nice deal for the navy and copper/black finishes. These wireless headphones will keep the tunes playing during even your hardest workouts thanks to their sweat- and dust-resistance, comfortable fit, and excellent sound quality.

JBL Reflect Mini NC Headphones

Deal price: $75; street price: $150
If you're seeking a pair of headphones for working out, the Reflect Mini NC has a lot of excellent features in common with our top pick, including a diminutive earbud and case size, IP57 sweat resistance, decent noise isolation, a hear-through awareness mode, and EQ adjustability. The Reflect Mini NC’s stabilizing wings can help the buds stay secure, although it's worth considering some minor downsides, like limited and occasionally temperamental tap controls.

Bose Sleepbuds II Sleep Headphones

Deal price: $200; street price: $250
Sleep headphones help you block out sound and listen to music while you're drifting off, and the Bose Sleepbuds are the only options we tested that legitimately masked the sound around you. They don't offer full noise cancellation, but they effectively reduce sound when worn, and will further mask it by playing white noise or other sounds. However, they lack wireless streaming capabilities, so you're limited to preloading music and sounds from the Bose Sleep app. Even on sale, these 'buds are pricey for how limited they are—but if you're desperate for a noise-reduction solution for sleep, we think these are your best bet.

Corsair HS60 Pro Gaming Headset

Deal price: $40; street price: $60
If you're looking for an affordable gaming headset, we think our budget pick ticks all the boxes. The HS60 has a comfortable fit, good sound, and reliable mic. Though it doesn't have a removable cable and suffers from sound bleed, the HS60 is compatible with PC, mobile, and all consoles—making it an excellent option if you use more than one gaming platform. While it doesn't stack up against more expensive models, the Corsair HS60 Pro is a good choice for those who don't want to spend $100 or more. This deal matches the best price we've seen for our budget pick.

HyperX Cloud Alpha Gaming Headset

Deal price: $60; street price: $85
A great headset is a must-have accessory for avid gamers. The HyperX Cloud Alpha is a comfortable headset that offers detailed, spacious sound and is compatible with nearly every modern platform and device. While the microphone isn't the best, it still gets the job done, and the built-in noise cancellation is effective at eliminating ambient noise. This deal matches the best price we've seen for our top pick.

1More Dual Driver ANC Pro Noise-Cancelling Earbuds

Deal price: $102 with clipped on-page coupon and code WIRECUTTER5; street price: $140
Ideal for commuters, these earbuds boast two levels of noise reduction and a 20-hour battery life (or 16 hours with noise-cancelling on). They're comfortable, user-friendly, and offer a flexible, collar-style neckband design. The Dual Driver's elevated high frequencies might be fatiguing if you're sensitive to high-pitched sounds, but we still think its overall listening experience and superior sound cancellation still make it a great option. Don't forget to clip the on-page coupon and use the code WIRECUTTER5 to get the discounted price.

Q Acoustics 3020i Bookshelf Speakers

Deal price: $262 reflected in cart; street price: $300
Down to $263 (price reflected in cart), this is a solid drop on the top pick from our guide to the best bookshelf speakers for most stereos. The Q Acoustics 3020i Bookshelf Speakers sound fantastic despite their compact design, providing strong bass and accurate, clear vocals. This deal is for all 4 colors (walnut wood, white, black, and grey), so you don't have to distract from the existing decor of your room to get the great sound provided by these small but mighty speakers.

TV deals

If you're shopping for a new TV, now is a great time to shop. Amazon is offering great deals on TV brands, like LG, Samsung and Vizio. We also have deals for TV accessories, including projectors, media streamers, speakers, and sound bars.

LG C1 OLED TV (65-Inch)

Deal price: $1800 (includes 6-months of HBO Max); street price: $2100
If you want the best-looking TV image on the market, an OLED TV is the way to go. Our top pick produces fantastic 4K HDR images for an extremely reasonable price. It has a thin, sleek build and supports the leading high dynamic range standards, which allows you to get the best picture possible from HDR sources. You can also customize and tweak the visuals (no matter the media) with both a filmmaker and game optimizer mode. Some more expensive OLED models offer better image brightness and video processing, but we think most people won't find the higher price worth the offerings. Costco members can snag this deal with a $100 streaming credit and a $100 warranty credit with the purchase of an extended warranty. If you buy from Amazon before November 12th, you will receive your first 6 months of an HBO Max subscription with your purchase.

Samsung The Frame 55-Inch LCD TV

Deal price: $1000; street price: $1400
We recommend Samsung's The Frame if you're looking for a TV with a less invasive, more decor-friendly design. This elegant LCD TV sits perfectly flush against the wall, just like a framed piece of art would. In addition, this 2021 model is 4K-capable and has built-in Alexa. Although still expensive, the 55-inch model is down to a new low price of $1000.

Samsung The Frame 65-Inch LCD TV

Deal price: $1500; street price: $1800
If you're looking for a TV with a less invasive, more decor-friendly design, we recommend Samsung's The Frame. This elegant LCD TV sits perfectly flush against the wall, just like a framed piece of art. When not in use, the TV's smart screensaver can also display photos or art, and this model is 4K capable and offers handy features like built-in Alexa. Although still expensive even on sale, this deal matches the best price we've seen for the 65-inch model - note the delayed shipping, however

Hisense U7G Series LED TV (65-inch)

Deal price: $870; street price: $1000
Look no further than the Hisense U7G Series if you want a 4K TV that delivers the best performance for the best price. This 4K LCD TV offers a fantastic image during TV shows, movies, and video games—and outperforms many TVs that cost a lot more. The built-in Android TV streaming platform is easy to use, and the TV is packed with features you need now and in the future. The 65-inch size of our top pick for the best LCD/LED TV is down to a new low of $869. Recently selling for around $1000, this is a very nice discount.

Vizio M-Series 4K LED 55-inch TV

Deal price: $530; street price: $750
If you're looking for a good-sized TV on a budget, this 55-inch 4K LED TV from Vizio is an excellent option. As our new runner-up pick, it's a solid option that performs nearly as well as the our new top pick, the TCL 5-Series. While we think the Vizio has good picture quality for its price, and advanced gaming features (such as HDMI 2.1), we found that the integrated SmartCast streaming platform was only mediocre.

Sony XR X95J LED TV (75-inch)

Deal price: $2300; street price: $2800
The Sony X95J LED TV has the most accurate image of any TV we’ve tested in both SDR and HDR modes, but be prepared to pay a higher price for that accuracy. It reproduces HDR brightness perfectly and also has the best image processing available of the TVs we tested. The local-dimming backlight is superb, but it can’t get as bright as some of our main picks. It uses the Google TV streaming interface and has a pair of HDMI 2.1 inputs that accept 4K 120 Hz signals from the newest gaming systems. You're definitely paying for the super accurate image but this is a nice discount for the 75-inch size. This deal is the best price we've seen thus far.

Roku Streaming Stick 4K

Deal price: $30; street price: $50
Update: Down an additional $5. With so many streaming services taking over our consumption of media, it's nice to have a dedicated media streamer that consolidates all of your subscriptions into a single place and does the job well. As our upcoming runner-up pick, the Roku Streaming Stick 4K replaces the older Streaming Stick+, doing everything the older model did plus a few new tricks. The new Streaming Stick 4K supports all major 4K HDR standards, including Dolby Vision, HLG, and HDR10+, as well as Dolby Atmos audio. The inclusion of AirPlay 2 also makes it a good choice for streaming music and movies from Apple devices as well. The only major caveat is that Roku is currently in a dispute with Google, which resulted in the removal of the YouTube TV app for a long time and may cause the removal of the regular YouTube app soon. But if you're not going to be using this streaming stick for YouTube content, this is an excellent streaming stick to pick up.

XGIMI MoGo Pro+ Portable Projector

Deal price: $570 with clipped on-screen coupon; street price: $650
A pricier version of our top pick for the best portable mini projector, the XGIMI MoGo Pro+ is currently at a $100 discount when you clip the Amazon on-page coupon. Essentially the same as the regular Pro model, this projector comes with additional features, including a larger battery capacity (Xgimi says two to four hours), faster auto-focus, automatic horizontal keystone correction (the standard MoGo Pro has manual horizontal correction), and an integrated stand with 30 degrees of tilt. If you're willing to pay more for the extra bells and whistles, our current deal brings this model closer to the price of the regular version.

Yamaha YAS-209BL Soundbar

Deal price: $300 with delayed shipping; street price: $375
Poor audio can ruin any piece of media, but a great soundbar can be a simple way to improve and create a more immersive viewing experience when using your TV. Down to $300, the Yamaha YAS-209 delivers Alexa support and balanced sound in a fairly compact size. It also includes Bluetooth and HDMI video switching (with 4K HDR passthrough)—though it doesn't allow for surround speakers. Overall, this is a solid price for a responsive and useful soundbar we recommend.

Vizio SB46514-F6 Soundbar

Deal price: $400; street price: $600
Our former top soundbar, after being discontinued, this Vizio model was relegated to the notable competition section of our guide. However, our guide writers still speak well of this former pick and still think it performs almost as well as our runner-up pick. Though the Vizio's remote may not be as user-friendly, this Atmos 5.1.4 soundbar system delivers dynamic, immersive audio for a fraction of the price.

Samsung 9500S Rear Speaker Kit

Deal price: $198; street price: $250
Do you already own our top soundbar, the Samsung HW-Q900A, and are looking to get a bit more audial punch? Down to the lowest we've seen, these Samsung 9500S speakers are the ones to choose, especially if you're thinking of upgrading your system to a surround sound setup. Paired with an already excellent soundbar, the 9500S speaker kit can make your overall listening experience all the more worthwhile.

Roku Streambar Soundbar

Deal price: $80; street price: $110

Whether you're looking for an inexpensive 2.0 soundbar or simply want an all-in-one solution that includes a media streamer, the Roku Streambar is another option we like from our soundbar guide. Though it's not a sonic powerhouse, the Roku boasts a fuller sound than most TV speakers, has Bluetooth and Apple AirPlay 2 support, and a more cost-effective price than even our budget pick. Plus, it comes with a built-in Roku Streaming Stick + 4K HDR streamer. This deal matches the lowest price for this notable alternative.

Baby and kid deals

Ergobaby 360 Cool Air Mesh Baby Carrier

Deal price: $88; street price: $98
Though the street price has steadily dropped in recent months, this is a nice price for our runner-up baby carrier pick. The Ergobaby 360 Cool Air Mesh excels in hauling around larger youngsters, but unfortunately the backpack-style straps don't fit petite adults particularly well. While an included padded insert is needed to allow carrying of infants under 12 pounds, the Ergobaby does allow for front carried babies to face forward—a rare feature on other baby carriers. The cushy padding makes carrying around heavier youngsters more comfortable, but this does mean that this option is a bit bulkier than the competition.

Baby Jogger City Mini 2 Stroller (Jet)

Deal price: $188; street price: $260
Our pick for the best full-sized stroller, the Baby Jogger City Mini 2 has all the features you need, is impressively simple to fold up, and weighs less than 20 pounds. We found that its maneuverability is on par with more expensive models, and we liked that it has simple-to-use adjustments to accommodate children of various ages. While we've slighter better deals in the past, this is a product that hardly goes on sale and is worth picking up now if you're looking to take your baby on a walk.

Ticonderoga Dixon Graphite Pencils (96-Pack)

Deal price: $6; street price: $9
While it seems like most things nowadays are done digitally, you never know when you might need a trusty pencil to jot something down. For the value conscious, Ticonderoga graphite pencils are a happy medium between price and quality. Down to less than 7 cents per pencil, this yellow pencil has been a classic staple for years. While it doesn't match the high quality of other options, this is still the best bang for your buck when it comes to cheap pencils.

Oral-B Kids Electric Toothbrush

Deal price: $23; street price: $45
Although electric toothbrushes aren’t guaranteed to eliminate cavities, experts say they can make it easier for some kids to achieve good brushing habits. One of our favorites in our electric toothbrush guide, the Oral-B Kids Electric Toothbrush features a small rotating brush head and two-minute timer to encourage even the most reluctant of brushers to form regular brushing habits. Down to a new low at $23 in the "Supertooth" design, this is a great time to save if you're looking for an electric toothbrush for your child—you can also pick it up for $2 more in the Moana and Star Wars themes.

Bed and linen deals

Weekender Gel Memory Foam Pillow (Standard)

Deal price: $24; street price: $30
Although not the lowest price we've ever seen for the standard size, our budget pick for best memory foam pillow is nicely discounted again for $24. Our testers loved the Weekender solid memory-foam pillow for its lightness and the fact that it's cool to the touch; our side-and back-sleepers also found it more supportive than several of the pricier pillows they tried.

Xtreme Comforts Shredded Memory Foam Pillow (Standard)

Deal price: $28; street price: $40
As our budget pick, this shredded foam pillow is an excellent option that comes with a big caveat: about half of the pillows our testers received gave off a strong chemical smell that took time (think days, not hours) to dissipate. Still, it's good enough that it was our top pick for several iterations of our best pillows guide. If you're willing to roll the dice or don't mind leaving your pillow to air out for a while, this is an excellent chance to save. Make sure to clip the on-page coupon to get the deal price. If you desire a larger pillow, the King size is discounted as well with the on-page coupon, bringing it down to $35.

SafeRest Premium Mattress Protector (Queen)

Deal price: $24; street price: $30
Between kids, pets, and daily life, accidents happen. If you want to shield your mattress from spills or potty-training mishaps, a mattress protector is an easy and affordable solution. Our top pick was one of the few protectors we tested that stayed fully waterproof through 10 washing and drying cycles and two leak tests. Although its cotton/polyester terry top is a little noisy, it was overall thinner and less noticeable under our sheets than bulkier quilted options and it didn't cause testers to overheat. Although not the lowest we've seen, this deal is a nice discount that we rarely see.

Pet deals

Remedy + Recovery E-Collar Dog and Cat Cone

Deal price: $7; street price: $9
Whether your pet just had surgery or you're trying to keep them from rooting around an injury, a cone is your best (and most affordable) bet. The Remedy + Recovery E-Collar is clear, for optimal visibility, and also has padded edges that make it more comfortable than other plastic cones. It's also easier to take on and off than the average cones you'll find at your vet's office. However, it's not ideal for wearing throughout the night and it can be difficult to pin down the exact sizing that's right for your pup. This deal is available in the small size (5.75-to-9.5 inches) and comes within $1 of the best price we've seen for our top pick.

Sherpa Original Deluxe Carrier (Medium)

Deal price: $30; street price: $35
Our top travel carrier pick for cats and small dogs, the Sherpa Original Deluxe Carrier, is available again for $30 in medium black lattice. It's just shy of the lowest we've seen. Accommodating pets up to 16 inches in length, 10 inches in height, and up to 16 pounds, we don't see deals on this pick often, so if this size and style work for your needs, it's a good chance to pick one up.

Embark Breed + Health Kit Dog DNA Test

Deal price: $135; street price: $200
If you're curious about your pup's genetic background, the Embark Breed and Health Dog DNA Test Kit is discounted to $135 when you use code WIRECUTTER. Embark's research-grade, DNA-genotyping database covers over 350 breeds and screens for approximately 190 genetic health conditions and traits. Breed results are 95 to 99 percent accurate, and although their tests aren't independently verified, Embark is the only company in our guide that has a policy of contacting pet owners about potentially worrisome results. Although we saw an all-time previous low of $120 as an Amazon Lighting Deal, this deal matches the best price outside of that low.

PetKit Eversweet Water Fountain

Deal price: $27 with clipped on-page coupon; street price: $50
In our guide, we write that the PetKit Eversweet is the most efficient, clean, and quiet fountain available, and if noise levels are one of your main concerns, this might be the best option for you. Down to $26, this is the lowest price we've seen for the upgrade pick in our guide to the best water fountain for cats and dogs. So, at this discount, if the features appeal, now is a good time to buy.

PetKit Eversweet 2 Water Fountain

Deal price: $27 with clipped on-page coupon; street price: $33
Our upgrade pick in our guide to the best water fountain for cats and dogs was the most efficient, clean, and quietest fountain we tested. It has an LED indicator to notify you when it's time to change the filter and it's smart enough to stop pumping when water runs low (which can eventually cause motor burnout in other models), but the PetKit's smaller capacity and expensive maintenance are notable drawbacks that may not be worth the benefits for some. If silence and ease of use are your top priority, we think this smarter fountain will do the trick.

Outward Hound Interactive Puzzle Game

Deal price: $8; street price: $12
The Outward Hound’s Nina Ottosson Dog Brick is great for dogs who’ve grown bored with treat-dispensing balls and need a tougher mental challenge. Our experts raved about the Nina Ottosson line of toys, and said these were best for highly intelligent breeds, like border collies, who enjoy exercising their problem-solving skills.

Fitness deals

NordicTrack 1750 Commercial Treadmill

Deal price: $1600; street price: $1850
Is your treadmill looking a little run down after so much at-home exercising? Consider the NordicTrack Commercial 1750, which is down to $1600 with a 10-year warranty and boasts impressive speed, a 10-inch color touchscreen, and a smooth running surface—though some of our testers noted the deck noticeably vibrated when they raised the incline above 10 percent. Plus, this upcoming top pick in in our treadmill guide includes a 30-day iFit Membership if you're looking for trainer-led workouts to boost your motivation. Note the delayed shipping.

Champion The Absolute Workout Sports Bra (Black)

Deal price: $14; street price: $17
Our sports bra recommendation for smaller cup and band sizes is down to $14 with free shipping from both Champion and Amazon. Champion's "The Absolute Workout" bra is medium-support compression, comfortable, and supportive. Its sturdy band is unlikely to ride up and this is a nice option if you like a pull-on, racerback style. Currently available in all sizes (XS-XL), but only in black. Note the delayed shipping.

Superfeet Carbon Insoles

Deal price: $41; street price: $55
Do you know how Bigfoot is able to lie low so easily? We think the Superfeet Carbon may have something to do with it. Our upgrade insoles pick for running and walking boasts a slim, low-profile design that utilizes the strength of carbon fiber and the durability of lightweight, high-density foam, so you know you're not compromising comfort or support. In addition to being lighter, firmer, and more breathable than our top pick, these innovative insoles also fit in a wider variety of shoes. Back down to $41, this is a rare deal.

Fitbit Inspire 2 Fitness Tracker

Deal price: $60; street price: $90
Streamlined but still feature-rich, the Fitbit Inspire 2 is our runner-up pick for the best fitness tracker. This slim tracker has a sleek look and can either be worn on your wrist or clipped onto your waist. While it doesn't have an altimeter or built-in GPS, it does have a long battery life and features active zone minutes tracking as well as sleep monitoring. If you're looking for a simple and affordable fitness tracker, this discount is a solid deal that's just a few bucks more than the previous low.

Bodylastics Stackable Tube Resistance Bands (5-Band Set)

Deal price: $40 with clipped on-page coupon; street price: $50
Resistance bands are versatile strength training tools for home workout and travel. For most people, we considered the Bodylastics Stackable Tube Resistance Bands to be the best and safest to use. Each tube in this user-friendly, five-band kit is reinforced with an inner rope meant to increase safety. Down to $40 when you clip the on-page coupon, this is an excellent set to help take your workouts to the next level.

Camera and camera accessory deals

GoPro HERO9 Action Camera

Deal price: $350; street price: $425
Whether you're rock climbing or skydiving, an action camera will ensure every moment is beautifully captured for posterity. The HERO9 is last year's model from GoPro's extensive camera line, but it still currently stands as our top action camera pick. Between its impressive camera stabilization and vibrant detailed 5.3K resolution video, and other added features such as slow-motion, time-lapse, and phone connectivity, the GoPro is a complete video package. While the newly released HERO10 does offer better resolution for high-speed videos—unless you plan on making extensive use of slow motion video—the HERO9 is still an extremely capable option when compared side by side.

Lowepro DroneGuard BP 250 Drone Backpack

Deal price: $83; street price: $105
A drone backpack is a great way to keep all of your equipment organized, and most importantly—to protect your drone from damage. Our testers liked the Lowepro DroneGuard BP 250 Drone Backpack because it offers the best fit and organization for your gear while still being quite comfortable when fully loaded. This is the first deal we've seen on this model, so now is a good time to pick up this fully-optimized pack.

Rokinon 12mm f/2.0 NCS CS Wide Angle Lens (Sony E-Mount)

Deal price: $250; street price: $290
Whether you're looking to add to your arsenal of lenses or just starting out, this is a great price on one of our favorite fast and wide prime lenses for Sony cameras. Though a bit higher than the previous best price we've seen, the Rokinon delivers excellent image quality while letting in tons of light with its wide f/2.0 aperture. While we would normally recommend a lens with autofocus, with a wide 18mm focal length, you won't have to adjust for focus very often unless shooting macro subjects.

Car accessory deals

Vantrue N2S Dash Cam

Deal price: $175; street price: $220
Whether you're involved in a traffic accident or have an encounter with a rowdy passenger, a dash camera can help clear up disputes and provide helpful evidence when dealing with troublesome situations. The Vantrue N2S, and also great from our guide, boasts a crisp 4K resolution forward camera in addition to a 1440p resolution interior facing one—perfect for folks who want to document the interior and exterior of their vehicle. Able to record clear footage in both day and night, the N2S also offers helpful features such as GPS tracking and 24-hour parked-car monitoring. The only downside we found is that the capacitor power supply is not rated to work below 14° Fahrenheit, and thus not ideal for users who live in colder climates. Just make sure to use code HGOMZCGW and clip the on-page coupon code to get the deal price.

Vantrue S1 Dash Cam

Deal price: $130; street price: $180
If you want to record incidents from the back and front of your vehicle without shelling out for our upgrade pick, check out the Vantrue S1 (another also great from our guide). Although it’s a little bulky and its screen isn't as easy to read, the S1 still outperformed most other front-and-rear dash cam options we tested. It has the same great menu as other Vantrue models, offers 4K resolution from its front camera (plus 1080p resolution from its rear camera) as well as a few other handy features. Use the drop-down menu on-page to select "only S1" and use the promo code SLDS1VTN to drop the price to $130—it matches the lowest price we've seen for this pick.

iOttie Easy One Touch Wireless 2 Wireless Charging Car Mount (Dash/Windshield)

Deal price: $37; street price: $48
One of our top picks for the best wireless charging phone mount for cars, the iOttie Easy One Touch Wireless 2 provided some of the quickest charging speeds during testing. Adjustable and easy to use, this dash- or windshield-mounted model is incredibly stable and the extendable neck makes it easy to position your phone no matter the design of your dash. We've seen slightly lower prices for the Easy One Touch, but this is still a good deal if you've been searching for a safe and handy way to charge your phone in the car.

iOttie iTap Magnetic 2 Air Vent Mount

Deal price: $17; street price: $25
Down to $17 from a street price of $25, this drop is a solid deal on our top pick for the best vent-mounted car phone mount. The iOttie iTap Magnetic 2 Air Vent Mount is easy to set up and securely holds your phone in a car's vent slats with its strong magnetic mount. In our tests, the magnet was nice and strong, supporting most of our phones either vertically or horizontally over even the roughest terrain.

Health and grooming deals

Philips Norelco Multigroom Series 7000 MG7750 Beard Trimmer

Deal price: $35; street price: $55
The Philips Norelco Multigroom Series 7000 is now down to $35 with store pickup—matching the low we've seen. The Multigroom offers everything we look for in a great beard trimmer; it's compact, easy to hold, and powerful enough to work efficiently (but not so powerful that an accidental slip leaves you with half a mustache). Fifteen guide combs, 3 trimmer heads, a small foil shaver head, and a nose hair trimmer are all included in this package.

Eufy Smart Scale P1

Deal price: $27; street price: $45
An app-enabled smart scale is a great way to easily keep track of your weight without having to keep meticulous notes. Though it's nearly as accurate as our top pick, the P1 doesn't cost as much at $27 with the clipped on-page coupon—striking a nice balance between quality and affordability. It also has the most user-friendly app of any option we tested, but you'll need to keep your phone nearby when weighing yourself, as the P1 connects via Bluetooth rather than Wi-fi. At $27, this is your chance to take advantage of a decent discount.

Oral-B Pro 1000 Electric Toothbrush

Deal price: $30; street price: $40
Down to $30, this is a solid deal on our top electric toothbrush pick, and has been newly redesigned and improved, in our testers' opinion. With a built-in two-minute timer and a wide selection of compatible brush heads, the Oral-B Pro 1000's new design does away with the gunk-collecting ridges that we considered to be a flaw (but not a dealbreaker) in our review. The only drawback we found is that it tends to be louder than our other electric toothbrush picks.

Verilux HappyLight Luxe Light Therapy Lamp

Deal price: $60; street price: $70
If you've already consulted a physician about using a light therapy lamp to potentially combat seasonal affective disorder symptoms, the affordable Northern Light Technologies Boxelite is the best sub-$100 lamp we’ve considered. With a minimalist, rectangular design, the Boxelite is the lamp we’d like to put on our own desks. A rare deal and a new low price, it's down to $60 with the clipped on-page coupon.

Coway AP-1512HH Mighty Air Purifier

Deal price: $165; street price: $190
The Coway AP-1512HH Mighty is the top pick in our guide to the best air purifier. Not only does it work great, but during our long-term testing, we've found it's the cheapest option to own. Even though this isn't the best deal price we've seen, it's still a noteworthy drop because the street price has increased since 2019. So, if you're interested in better air quality in your home, you might want to grab this air purifier while it's on sale.

Blueair Blue Pure 211+ Auto Air Purifier

Deal price: $250; street price: $300
Though this variant of our upgrade air purifier pick is more expensive to purchase and run than other picks, it can move extremely high volumes of air at a price that's comparable to other larger-space purifiers. Attractive and quiet, the Blueair Blue Pure 211+ Auto is an effective contender that's perfect for bigger rooms (up to 650 square feet) or spaces with open floor plans and higher ceilings. This $250 deal is a solid discount if you're looking to rid your living space of dust, pollen or animal dander.

Levoit Classic 300S Humidifier

Deal price: $65; street price: $75
A good humidifier creates a comforting indoor condensation level that can soothe your cracked skin and help you breathe more easily. The Levoit Classic 300S is the first ultrasonic model we've found, after years of testing, that reliably does its job without over-humidifying a space. Cleaning is also more manageable here than on other humidifiers we've tried. This is our new pick in a forthcoming revision to the humidifier guide, and this model is down to a new low price of $65 for the blue color.

Toto Washlet C5 Electronic Bidet Toilet Seat

Deal price: $387; street price: $417
Elevate your bathroom experience from routine to wonderful with our top pick for the best bidet toilet seat. We love the Toto Washlet C5 for its many features and controls. It includes a detachable remote and programmable user settings, as well as a pre-mist, a heated seat, warm water, and pressure controls that go up and down on a +/- scale. If you want the premium bidet experience, this deal is for you.

Blue Lizard Sensitive SPF 30 Sunscreen (5-ounce)

Deal price: $8; street price: $11
No sunscreen has been proven totally safe for aquatic wildlife, but some formulas are friendlier than others. If our other picks are too pricey, Blue Lizard is a lower-cost alternative worth considering. The formula is runnier than Thinksport and is more difficult to fully rub in, but it's almost half the cost per ounce.

InfinitiPro by Conair 1875-Watt Salon Performance Styling Tool Hair Dryer (Burgundy)

Deal price: $19; street price: $25
Most hair dryers can blow hot air at your head, but the little differences between them can be surprisingly impactful. Down to $19, this deal is a solid discount on our budget pick for the best dryer in the burgundy color. Despite being just as powerful as our top pick, the downside of the Infiniti Pro is its hefty weight—one of the heaviest we tested—in addition to the hard to remove attachments. If you don't mind wielding a slightly cumbersome option, it's selling for a fraction of the price of our other picks while still offering really nice performance.

Gillette Mach3 Men’s Razor Handle + 1 Blade Refill

Deal price: $5 with clipped on-page coupon; street price: $7
Update: Down an additional $1 with clipped on-page coupon. We don't think you'll find a manual razer better than the Mach3—the top pick in our guide to the best razor (for any face). Our testers have long praised this solid standby, praising the Mach3 for delivering the best balance of speed, smoothness, and safety in a shave. This discount is a fairly recurring deal, but it's still a nice opportunity to refresh your daily shaving kit.

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