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Hello everyone. I’m Tony Polanco, IT writer here at Tom’s Guide. I will be updating this blog live for the next few hours with the best Cyber ​​Monday deals going on.

Let’s start with Monster Hunter Rise. This game has been a smash hit on Nintendo Switch throughout the year. Rise introduces a number of features that make it the best portable iteration the series has ever seen. It’s on sale now for $ 25.

Notable additions include the ability to mount tame animals and a grappling hook to reach seemingly impossible to reach areas. These two mechanisms make it easier to cross vast hunting grounds. The animations are noticeably faster in Monster Hunter Rise, which makes battles against dangerous beasts all the more exciting.

If you are a fan of the series or just want an exhilarating but rewarding experience, you have to do yourself a favor and snag Monster Hunter Rise on Nintendo Switch.

Monster Hunter Rise: was $ 47 now $ 25

Roku LE streaming player on pink background with cyber monday deal label

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If you need something to spruce up your TV, you shouldn’t ignore this particular offer. The Walmart Exclusive Roku LE Now Only $ 15, down from the regular price of $ 29.

It’s not the flashiest streamer out there, but it does offer Full HD resolution and full access to Roku’s best streaming apps. Color aside, the Roku LE doesn’t look too different from the entry-level Roku Express, our favorite Roku devices.

Everything you need is in the box, including the remote, HDMI cable, and power cable, plus a $ 5 Redbox streaming coupon. So if your TV isn’t smart or doesn’t support 4K, this is a gadget worth adding to your living room setup.

Roku LE Streaming Player: was $ 29 now $ 15

Gray self-heating dog bed on blue background

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Something a little different here. It’s pretty darn cold right now, and you’re obviously going to be trying to keep yourself warm. But what about your dog? Sure, your dog might have a thick fur coat, but he loves the heat as much as we do.

So why not watch this Self-heating dog bed, which can be purchased at Walmart for as little as $ 29? The bed is made of heat reflective material which can use your dog’s natural body heat and use it to keep him warm. It is also soft and comfortable, completely water resistant and has a removable machine washable cover.

The only thing you need to worry about is choosing a size. This bed comes in 23-inch, 36-inch, and 45-inch diameters, which means there’s something for dogs of all sizes.

Sel-Warming Plush Dog Bed: was $ 49 now $ 29

Nintendo switch pro controller with cyber monday business label

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Whether you’ve just bought a Switch or have had one for several years, it’s always worth investing in a standalone controller. And the good news is that Walmart dropped the price of a Nintendo Switch Pro controller to $ 49. That’s a savings of $ 10 off the regular price of $ 59.

The Switch Pro controller has everything you need, including motion controls, HD rumble, amiibo scanning capabilities, and more, all packed into a real controller. You know one that is better suited for human hands than Joy-Cons.

I mean, I love Joy-Cons, but they’re not the most ergonomic controllers out there, especially if you’re playing in TV mode.

Nintendo Switch Pro Controller: was $ 59 now $ 49

55 inch tcl roku smart tv with cyber monday deal tag

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There are a lot of TV deals out there right now, but Cyber ​​Monday isn’t over yet. This means that there are always more offers, including Walmart drops this 55-inch TCL 4K Roku smart TV to $ 358. That’s $ 91 compared to what Amazon is selling it for.

So what are you getting for your money? Obviously, a 55 inch TV screen is pretty darn big, bigger than you might think. This one also supports 4K resolution and HDR, along with all of the best streaming options that Roku’s TV software has to offer. It also contains 3 HDMI ports, an additional HDMI ARC port for your sound bar.

55-inch TCL 4K HDR Roku Smart TV: was $ 449 now $ 358

beats studio buds in black with cyber monday label

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If you are not lucky enough to be able to get AirPods Pro for the low and low price of $ 159, then maybe this offer on the Beats Studio Buds truly wireless headphones will be a tempting alternative.

At present Walmart dropped the Beats Studio Buds to $ 99. That’s $ 50 off the regular price, and for a pair of headphones we said “feature packed” in our official review. For that price, you get a compact design, active noise cancellation, 5 hours of charging from the headphones, and an additional 15 hours from the charging case.

Plus, they are IPX4 water and sweat resistant, so you can enjoy your workouts with that classic Beats sound.

Beats Studio headphones: was $ 149 now $ 99

Xbox Series S Review

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Hello everyone, here is another day of glorious offerings. My name is Tom Pritchard, automotive editor here at Tom’s Guide, and I’m going to bring you some of the best Walmart Cyber ​​Monday deals over the next few hours.

My first stopover? Point out Walmart has a new stock of Xbox Series S right now, for the standard price of $ 299.. There’s no discount to be had, but considering how difficult it is to find next-gen consoles, the fact that there is actual stock is great news.

The digital-only console isn’t as powerful as the Xbox Series X, but it can offer a lot more than your old Xbox One. There’s a blazing-fast 512GB SSD, 1440p resolution, frame rates up to 120fps, and the ability to play games from all Xbox consoles. Best of all, it recently had the option to stream games from the cloud with Game Pass Ultimate, which means its less impressive hardware isn’t a problem.

Xbox Series S Replenishment: $ 299 at Walmart


Chromecast with Google TV

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Chromecast with Google TV takes the already awesome Chromecast and gives it a bunch of new features that make it better than ever. In our review, we liked the device’s new remote, 4K streams with HDR / Dolby Vision support, and immersive Dolby Atmos audio. Also, it has Google TV which means it supports over 6500 Android TV apps. That means you get everything from HBO Max to Netflix.

Chromecast with Google TV: was $ 49 now $ 39

Microsoft Surface Laptop Go with a Cyber ​​Monday deal label

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The number of people working from home has exploded over the past year, and many of us still work away from spare bedrooms and home offices to this day. This is why it is essential to make sure that your equipment is up to the task. And if you can do it while saving money, so much the better.

The Microsoft Surface Laptop Go for $ 549 at Walmart is a Cyber ​​Monday deal for homeworkers looking for a versatile device to consider. It has an Intel i5-1035GI processor, an Intel UHD graphics card, 8 GB of RAM and a 128 GB SSD for storage. The 13-hour battery life is another highlight, as is its ultra-portable profile when you need to venture away from home.

Microsoft Surface Go Laptop: was $ 699 now $ 549

Samsung Jet 60 vacuum cleaner with a Cyber ​​Monday deal tag

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Not only does Samsung make fantastic TVs and great smartphones, it also produces some of our favorite devices and gadgets.

At this moment you can mark a Samsung Jet 60 Cordless Vacuum for $ 179 at Walmart. That’s a pretty big saving considering its usual retail price of $ 299, making it one of the strongest Cyber ​​Monday deals currently going on at Walmart.

The vacuum itself has a lightweight design which makes it extremely maneuverable, plus it offers a cleaning time of up to 40 minutes on a single charge and is powerful enough to suck up dirt, dust and hair. animals.

Samsung Jet 60 cordless vacuum cleaner: was $ 299 now $ 179

Samsung Crystal 4K TV with a Cyber ​​Monday deal tag

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Sometimes it’s worth not buying a deal for Black Friday in the hopes of getting an even bigger discount on Cyber ​​Monday. Concrete example, this Samsung 65 ” Crystal LED Smart TV for $ 548 at Walmart, which lost another $ 20 from its Black Friday price of $ 568. If you haven’t pulled the trigger yet, your patience has been rewarded.

For just under $ 550, you get a fantastic 4K TV that offers a super-fast Crystal processor for 4K scaling, crisp colors, and an consistently beautiful picture. It’s also a Smart TV, so you’ll have easy access to all your favorite streaming shows and movies.

Samsung 65 ” Crystal LED Smart TV: was $ 647 now $ 548

Sony WH-1000XM4 with a Cyber ​​Monday deal tag

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At Tom’s Guide, we are huge fans of the Sony WH-1000XM4 headphones. In fact, we value these boxes so much that we’ve put them at the top of our best selection of wireless headphones. That’s a pretty strong endorsement considering the fierce competition from Bose and Apple.

The Sony WH-1000XM4 is a compelling case for itself at a full price, but right now you can get these best wireless headphones at a $ 100 discount because Walmart offers the Sony WH-1000XM4 for $ 249. This is a great price for a headset with fantastic active noise cancellation, long battery life of 30 hours and truly impressive sound quality.

Sony WH-1000XM4 Wireless Headphones: was $ 349 now $ 249


PlayStation Plus offer

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Walmart (and other retailers, including Amazon) have been offering a promotion on a 12 month PlayStation Plus membership for several days now, and we’re highlighting that again because it’s certainly one of the best Walmart Cyber ​​Monday deals currently available.

No one really likes paying for PlayStation Plus, but if you’ve got a PlayStation console, it’s a service bordering on the essentials (assuming you like to play online, of course). This is why we appreciate that this agreement lowers the price of a 12 month PlayStation Plus membership at $ 39, which is $ 20 off. Remember, you can buy multiple subscriptions and stack them together, which can save you a lot of money in the long run.

12 month PlayStation Plus subscription: was $ 59 now $ 39

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