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Cyber Monday 2021: The best deals all in one place

Cyber Monday 2021
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Cyber Monday 2021 is one of the best times of the year to grab a serious bargain. And the sales are now in full swing.

Over the next 24-36 hours, we are expecting some of the biggest and best discounts of the year, so it's worth paying attention to if you're considering investing in pretty much anything, from tech to furniture. 

There's already some incredible Apple Cyber Monday deals on the go, plus some  Cyber Monday TV deals and Cyber Monday drawing tablet deals you won't want to miss. To grab the best  Cyber Monday 2021 deals, you need to be prepared because they go quick. Read on for the best offers on now, and get this page bookmarked because we'll be updating it regularly as new deals appear.

Today's best Cyber Monday 2021 deals: US

Top Cyber Monday 2021 deals: US

Insignia 24in Smart HD TV:  $169.99

Insignia 24in Smart HD TV: $169.99 $99.99 at Amazon
Save $70: Amazon has 41 per cent off this best selling 720p Fire TV. There's $60 off the 39in version too. Great for streaming and it comes with Alexa ready to go.

Microsoft Surface Pro 7: $959

Microsoft Surface Pro 7: $959 $599 at Best Buy
Save $360:
This is the best Surface Pro 7 deal on one of the best tablets right now. Get a Core i3 model with 4GB memory and 128GB storage, and a 12.3-inch touch screen, all for under $600.

MacBook Air M1 (2020): $999

MacBook Air M1 (2020): $999 $949 at B&H Photo
Save $50:
This is a great deal on one of our favourite laptops. This 2020 MacBook Air with M1 chip is a must with $50 off. It comes with 256GB storage, 8GB RAM and a beautiful 13.3-inch Retina IPS display.

TCL 55-inch 4K TV: $379

TCL 55-inch 4K TV: $379 $229.99 at Walmart
Save $150: Get a 55-inch 4K TV for under $230? You heard right! This TCL smart TV is selling for just $228 at Walmart right now, and is a super popular deal at the moment. It's not often we find 55-inch, 4K TVs for under $300, and to get it under $230 is super rare, so it won't last long.

Today's best Cyber Monday 2021 deals: UK

Top Cyber Monday 2021 deals: UK

Ring Video Doorbell + Echo Dot: £88.99

Ring Video Doorbell + Echo Dot: £88.99 £44 at Amazon
Save 50%:
One of the best early deals going, grab one of the super popular Ring video doorbell and Echo Dot Amazon devices for half price – now just £44! The deal also comes complete with a free 30-day trial of Ring Protect Plan. 

SAMSUNG UE43AU9007KXXU 43-inch Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV: £549

SAMSUNG UE43AU9007KXXU 43-inch Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV: £549 £449.99 at Currys
Save £99.01:
If you don't mind having slightly under 4K definition, this offering from Samsung is a great deal. It provides Bixby, Alexa and Google Assistant too.

Get 39-40% off Adobe CC All Apps plan: $52.99

Get 39-40% off Adobe CC All Apps plan: $52.99 / £49.94 / €59.99 | $29.99 / £30.34 / €35.99
Save up to 40%:
Adobe has knocked almost half of the price of its all apps plan. That means in the US it's now just $29.99 a month! If you've been thinking of investing in a subscription, now is the time to buy. Offer ends 26 November 2021.

£999

M1 MacBook Air (2020): £999 £899 at Amazon
Save £100: Under £900 for the first time, this is a cracking deal on the M1 MacBook Air. Slimline, lightweight and super-powerful, this model boasts a beautiful 13-inch display, 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD.

£1,299

M1 13" MacBook Pro (2020)£1,299 £1,167 at Amazon
Save £132: A 10 percent discount might not seem that much, but this amount off is rare for Apple products, especially a device that's only just a year old. So snap up one of these 13" MacBook Pros with 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD before they all go. 

Apple iPad Pro (2021) 11in: £849.00

Apple iPad Pro (2021) 11in: £849.00 £799 at Amazon
Save £50: We don't often see discounts on Apple's latest devices, but right now Amazon has up to 6 per cent of the lightning-fast M1-powered iPad Pro. The price above is for the 256GB version, but if you're quick you can grab a similar discount on other capacities too.

When is Cyber Monday 2021?

Cyber Monday 2021 falls on the weekend after Thanksgiving in the US, which means this year it's on 29 November, and often offers further discounts on stock that is left from Black Friday. 

Of course, that is just the "official" date. Retailers are increasingly anticipating the hype and getting in early with Cyber Monday deals, even as early as the end of October. Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2021 appears to have started earlier than ever with several major retailers already offering massive deals. 

Amazon has already launched its advance Black Friday deals, while Best Buy is promising guaranteed Black Friday and Cyber Monday prices. And Walmart is offering Black Friday and Cyber Monday Preview deals. In fact, sign up to a free 15-day trial of Walmart Plus to get early access to all the deals, and to shop online four hours before they open up to the wider public.

Cyber Monday 2021: How to find the best deals

With so many retailers participating, and so many products included, how can you make sure you find the best Cyber Monday 2021 deals? And how can be sure that it really is a bargain you're getting?

Our first suggestion is to bookmark this page! We'll be updating it regularly with direct links to retailers' best Black Friday deals and Cyber Monday deals. This will save you from having to scour dozens of different ' sites, and potentially thousands of different products to find the Cyber Monday savings that are really worth snapping up.

Another wise move is to start thinking now about what you might want to buy. That way you can start tracking the price, and you'll recognise a genuinely good deal when you see one. You can also start checking which retailers stock the products you're after.

Cyber Monday 2021: What deals can we expect?

During last year's Cyber Monday we saw some of the best deals we've seen since Creative Bloq started covering the event. Retailers usually offer Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals on older models, but in 2020 we were very pleased to find deals on newer devices, even on Apple's new M1 MacBook Pro and MacBook Air laptops. 

We saw Adobe knock 20 per cent off its Creative Cloud suite, and there were some unbeatable Nintendo Switch deals, in both the UK and US. Based on previous years, we expect Cyber Monday 2021 to see deals on a whole range of items, including top tech, creative software, furniture and home essentials. There really is something for everyone during this weekend (or month) of massive sales, so no matter what sort of deal you're looking for, you're sure to find a saving that tempts you.

Of course, there may be some limitations on this year's Black Friday and Cyber Monday events due to global supply issues. Chips in particular are in short supply, and this has been causing distribution problems for a lot of tech products. New consoles in particular have been hard to get hold of. With less supply overall, and customers unable to get their hands on many items they want, retailers may be less likely to offer big deals on some tech products.

Does Apple have Black Friday deals?

Yes, it usually does – but not in the way you might hope. Apple does join in but rather than offering discounts on its devices, it usually offers gift cards. If you spend money at the Apple store, you get a gift card to redeem at the Apple store at a later date. 

Last year, you could get up to $200 / £160, but you had to buy a MacBook to get the top gift card. It's a welcome bonus, but it's not a direct saving on the device you wanted to buy. This means that if you're after an Apple Black Friday discount, you're generally better off looking at other retailers that sell Apple products (see above) rather than heading directly to Apple itself. To make things easier for you, we also have a dedicated page where we'll be highlighting all the best Apple Black Friday deals. If you have a specific product in mind, see the best Black Friday iPad deals or our roundup of MacBook Black Friday deals.

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Kerrie Hughes

Kerrie Hughes is editor of Creative Bloq. Kerrie was staff writer for 3D World magazine before joining the original Creative Bloq team in 2012. Since then she's written regularly for other publications, including ImagineFX, 3D World and Computer Arts magazines.