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Wacom Cyber Monday 2021: savings on Wacom One and Intuos tablets

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Wacom Cyber Monday deals are still running – yay! Some deals on the more expensive Cintiq and Mobile Studio pen displays have all sold out, but there are still plenty of savings on the entry-level One by Wacom or budget pen display Wacom One or the mid-range graphics tablets in the Intuos range.

Wacom is one of the creative industry's leading drawing tablet brands, with a wide enough range to provide options for everyone from hobbyists to creative professionals. With new competition from the likes of Huion and XP-PEN, it's started to offer more competitive prices, which is great news for those who want the Wacom experience. 

If you're considering drawing tablets by other brands too, make sure you see our Cyber Monday drawing tablet guide, and for more products see our full Cyber Monday 2021 page for top savings on all kinds of products for creatives.

Best Wacom Cyber Monday deals: US

Wacom Intuos Pro Large: $499.99 $399.99 at Best Buy
Save $100: The biggest tablet in the Intuos Pro family offers great control for illustration, painting, or photo editing on a Mac or PC. It's a super-slim pen tablet that comes with the state-of-the-art Wacom Pro Pen 2. Adorama has the same deal.

Wacom Intuos Pro Medium: $379.95 $299.95 at Newegg
Save $80: The Wacom Intuos Pro offers exceptional pen performance with the Wacom Pro Pen 2 and lots of options to speed up your workflow with multi-touch gestures and customizable ExpressKeys. Amazon has now matched the price above.

Wacom Intuos Pro Small: $249.95 $199.95 at Newegg
Save $50: The most compact tablet in Wacom's Intuos Pro line is ideal if you need a highly portable drawing tablet for when you're on the go. It uses the Pro Pen 2 with 8,192 levels of pressure sensitivity, tilt-response and virtually lag-free tracking.

Wacom One: $399.90 $345.90 at Amazon/ Adorama / B&H
Save $50: While there were no savings to be had on the Wacom One for Black Friday, Cyber Monday saw three retailers slash $50 from the price, taking Wacom's affordable pend display down to just $345.90. This was still live on Tuesday.

One by Wacom Medium with standard nibs: $64.90 $55.62 at Amazon
Save $9.28:
Wacom's cheapest drawing tablet just got even cheaper, with this bundle that includes a pack of standard nibs for the device. For complete beginners, it's hard to get cheaper than this.

Best Wacom Cyber Monday deals: UK

Wacom One: £359 £259 at Wex Photo
Save £100: The Wacom One is Wacom's answer to newer contenders' more affordable drawing tablets, and it answers very well. You get Wacom quality in solid budget drawing tablet for Windows and Mac users. With more than a quarter slashed off the price, this is a great deal.

Wacom Cintiq Pro 24: £2,399 £2,199 at Wex Photo
Save £200: Looking for a full professional drawing tablet? Wex has £200 off the Cintiq Pro 24 Creative Pen Display Touch, which offers Wacom's most natural and accurate pen experience of all, with tilt detection and 8,192 levels of pressure sensitivity.

Wacom Intuos Pro Small: £199.99 £180.52 at Amazon
Save £19.47: Great pen performance and plenty of options to speed up your workflow make the Pro version of the Intuos a fantastic drawing tablet for the price.

Wacom Intuos Medium: £169.99 £129 at Wex
Save £40: If you don't need the pro specs, Wex has £40 off the standard Wacom Intuos Medium Bluetooth tablet, which offers a tablet resolution of 2540 LPI, an active surface of 200x160 mm (7-inch), four customisable ExpressKey buttons and a stylus with 4,096 pressure levels.

Wacom Cintiq 22: £869 £799 at Wex Photo
Save £70: This fantastic pen display offers Full HD resolution for clear details and an anti-glare coating with reduced parallax to help minimise distractions and replicate a pen-on-paper feel. Wex also has £30 off the smaller Cintiq 16 – now just £499

One by Wacom Medium: £49.99  £39.90 at Amazon
Save £10:
It's a mini saving, but it was a mini price to start with. Amazon has 20% off the medium One by Wacom, giving you a basic, compact budget drawing tablet now for under £40!

Wacom Cyber Monday: when is it?

In 2021, Cyber Monday falls on Monday 29 November. 

Some retailers are likely to still keep back their very best deals until the official dates of Cyber Monday, but on the other hand, some good deals may well be gone by then. You have to judge how good each deal is to decide whether to sweep for an early saving or hold on in the hope that a better discount might appear. If you spot an early discount here that's particularly good, it could be best to snap it up rather than risk missing out completely.

Wacom Cyber Monday: how to get the best deals

To quickly find the best Wacom Cyber Monday deals without having to spend hours checking every retailer for yourself, your best bet is to bookmark this page and come back regularly. We'll be updating this page with direct links to the best Wacom Cyber Monday deals as they appear, saving you from having to check every retailer to seek them out. 

If you've got the time to go bargain hunting for yourself, the official Wacom Store is a good place to start, but make sure you also check out the major retailers like Amazon, Best Buy and Walmart since they often have good Wacom deals, especially during major sales like Cyber Monday.

Wacom Cyber Monday: what deals can we expect?

We're already seeing Wacom Cyber Monday discounts, including savings of up to around 15 per cent on the Wacom One, Wacom Intuos and One by Wacom ranges. Savings on the professional-level Cintiq devices are more erratic, but we've seen savings of around $50/$50 on the Cintiq 16 so far and could see bigger over the next 24-36 hours. 

Last year, Amazon shaved a cool $320 off Wacom's top-level Wacom Cintiq Pro 24 in the US, while in the UK we saw savings of around £40 on the more affordable level Wacom One and Wacom Intuos Pro, taking their price down to just £319 and $169 respectively at Amazon and Currys. We've provided a list of the best retailers to check for Wacom Cyber Monday deals at the top of this article.

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Daniel Piper
Daniel Piper

Daniel Piper is Creative Bloq’s Senior News Editor. As the brand’s Apple authority, he covers all things Mac, iPhone, iPad and the rest. He also reports on the worlds of design, branding and tech. Daniel joined Future in 2020 (an eventful year, to say the least) after working in copywriting and digital marketing with brands including ITV, NBC, Channel 4 and more. Outside of Future, Daniel is a global poetry slam champion and has performed at festivals including Latitude, Bestival and more. He is the author of Arbitrary and Unnecessary: The Selected Works of Daniel Piper (Selected by Daniel Piper).