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Best Amazon Cyber Monday deals 2019

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If you missed Black Friday, you’re in luck. Like every other major retailer, Amazon’s best Cyber Monday deals nearly all match last week’s prices—and in very select cases, has lowered them. The retail giant has added some new deals just for Cyber Monday, too.

Below, we’ve collected the best tech-related offers—these are products that we’ve liked during evaluation or are extremely popular, and have prices that are near or below the previous all-time low price. If you’d like to look at additional tech bargains from other stores, head to our main roundup of this year’s best Cyber Monday deals.

Deals new for Cyber Monday are marked as “(CM deal).”

[ Want all the Cyber Monday deals? Check out TechConnect, our home for holiday deals hand-picked by the PCWorld, Macworld and TechHive editors. ]

Updated 12/2 1:27pm: Added chromebook, laptop, monitor, and Sonos deals.

The waterproof Kindle Paperwhite is back at an all-time low.

See our Best Apple Cyber Monday deals for the top discounts on Apple products at Amazon and all other retailers, too.

Of the sales for 23andMe, the full Health + Ancestry kit is the better deal. Curious about what you get with it? We cover that in our review.

This ultra-popular gaming mouse has hit a new all-time low this Cyber Monday—$5 under its price during Black Friday 2019.



Great deals are bolded. Select Ryzen processors qualify for a free game (choice of Borderlands 3 or The Outer Worlds).

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Amazon’s selection of PC components on sale isn’t as extensive as Newegg’s, but you can still grab the 3600X for a fantastic price.

Samsung is also selling several bundles for Cyber Monday with free AKG noise-canceling headphones:

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