These Cyber Week Deals From Amazon, Samsung, Walmart and Target Are Still Going Strong
William Goodman, Jonathan Knoder and Adrian Covert
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Amazon Cyber Week Tech Deals
Walmart Cyber Week Tech Deals
Samsung Cyber Week Tech Deals
Target Cyber Week Tech Deals
Quick Survival Tips for Black Friday & Cyber Monday
The Black Friday and Cyber Monday weekend is always a great time to buy tech, as products across a wide variety of categories are often sharply discounted. But if you spent the whole weekend napping off the turkey and Pinot Noir and you’re worried that you missed out on the best tech deals, fret not. Cyber Monday is now Cyber Week, meaning you can still pick up excellent technology deals. Sure, some deals have ended and others are out of stock, but there are still plenty of deals to be had.
Retailers are constantly updating their deals right now, so keep checking back for new updates and discounts. We’ll update these prices and deals as often as we can, but prices are subject to change. Below is everything you need to know about this year’s best Cyber Week tech deals. And for the last remaining best overall sales, be sure to check out our overall guide to the best Black Friday & Cyber Monday deals before everything is gone.
Quick Survival Tips for Black Friday & Cyber Monday
Black Friday is pretty much a holiday in itself, and you can be sure everyone wants in on the bargains. If you aren’t prepared for some of the shopping madness that ensues on Black Friday, you could easily miss out on huge savings. Here are a handful of helpful tips to help you not only survive, but thrive on Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
1. Like Car Shopping, Don’t Buy New Products If you are looking for deals on the newest products available, you probably won’t find many. Black Friday helps stores clear out inventory, so the best deals are usually on last year’s products.
2. Be Quick Some deals don’t last long because there is limited inventory. If you see something you want at a discount that deems worthy, jump on it. Some of the deals on this page are already on a countdown.
3. Broaden Your Search Amazon might be your go-to, but don’t let it be the only place you look. Depending on what you are looking for, places like Best Buy or Walmart might have a better deal running on the same product. Costco and Kohl’s are not often thought of during Black Friday, but tend to have some pretty epic discounts during the shopping bonanza.
4. Know Which Brands to Bookmark Large tech companies like Apple, Bose and Sonos don’t tend to have many sales throughout the year, so Black Friday is a great time to finally find that equipment on a discount. Keep in mind you may have to buy an older product to score a deal but buying last year’s iPad instead of the latest version is worth it in order to score the savings if you ask us!
5. Shop Early! Below we’ve listed the best deals we have seen so far that are active right now. Some of these deals may expire, so act quickly when you find the product you’ve been searching for. Avoid Black Friday madness altogether armed with this list of deals, which we’ll continue updating.
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