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65+ Best Cyber Monday Best Buy Deals: TVs, Laptops, Earbuds, and More

By Wirecutter Staff
Published November 28, 2022
65+ Best Cyber Monday Best Buy Deals: TVs, Laptops, Earbuds, and More
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UpdatedNov 2022

Editor's note: Cyber Monday is toast. Some of the deals in this article may still be available, but we're no longer updating this post. For the latest, visit Wirecutter's deals page.

If you spent Black Friday fighting your way out of a post-turkey coma rather than perusing Best Buy’s tech deals, don’t worry—today is your day. This Cyber Monday, Best Buy is offering solid discounts on all kinds of gadgets that we’ve tested and recommend. Here are the worthwhile deals we’ve found from Best Buy so far. You can also check out the Wirecutter Deals page, which always has the latest list of discounts on Wirecutter picks that meet our rigorous testing and pricing standards

Our four Bluetooth headphone picks lay on a yellow background.
Photo: Michael Hession

What we like: Great at blocking out voices. Handy additional features via the app. Comfortable enough to wear all day. One-year limited warranty.

Other things to know: Mediocre sound quality that can be fixed with in-app EQ adjustment. Noise cancellation not great for airplanes. Not water or sweat resistant.

Read our review of the best Bluetooth wireless headphones.

What we like: A decent sounding model from our guide to noise-cancelling headphones. Better reduction of low sounds than our budget pick. Customizable EQ and ANC level with a hear-through mode. Good for flights.

Other things to know: Noise cancellation is not nearly as good as Bose. Fit best suited for larger heads.

Read our review of the best noise-cancelling headphones.

What we like: Features the signature "warmer" Marshall sound. Single multi-function knob handles tracks, volume, and calls. Easy to use.

Other things to know: No way to EQ the sound profile. Headband is snug. Offers Qi wireless charging, but it’s a little awkward to get the ear cup to lay correctly on a charge pad. Available in black or brown.

Read our review of the best Bluetooth wireless headphones.

What we like: Not a pick, but another good headphones option. Comparable noise-cancelling to our top pick. Lacks adjustable active noise-cancelling. 24 hours of battery life. Offers an awareness mode. Has background-noise-reducing microphones.

Other things to know: Can pair with a Bose soundbar to work as wireless TV headphones.

Read our review of the best noise-cancelling headphones.

The Samsung Galaxy Book2 360 laptop displays a colorful pink and green screensaver.
Photo: Michael Hession

Samsung Galaxy Book2 360 Ultrabook (Intel i7-1255U, 16 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD) — Runner-Up
Best Buy deal price: $750 with free My Best Buy membership; street price: $1150

What we like: Sleek and light at 2.56 pounds. 11.5-hour battery life in our testing. Beautiful 13.3-inch AMOLED display can flip into tablet mode. Solid trackpad. Good (albeit shallow) keyboard.

Other things to know: Lower specced version of our runner-up pick. Intel i7-1255U processor, 8 GB of RAM, and 256 GB SSD. We'd prefer more memory, but it's a solid option if on a budget.

Read our review of the best Windows ultrabook.

What we like: Our upgrade pick for best Chromebook. Smaller, lighter, faster, and equipped with a better battery than any other Chromebook we've tested. Able to do nearly anything a regular laptop can do.

Other things to know: Typically pricier when not on sale due to its solid specs and 8 GB RAM. Equipped with only USB-C ports—adapter needed if you want to use older peripherals.

Read our review of the best Chromebook.

What we like: Great Chromebook option, with bigger (15-inch) HD touchscreen. Flip-and-fold design good for watching movies. Has number pad.

Other things to know: Bulky, so not very portable. Snappy (for a Chromebook) 11th gen Intel i3 processor. 8 GB RAM. 128 GB storage.

Read our review of the best Chromebook.

What we like: Another option we like for Chromebooks. Has longer battery life (13 hours) than our upgrade pick. Also more ports. Vivid 14-inch display. Reliable keyboard and trackpad.

Other things to know: Intel Evo Core i5 processor. 8 GB RAM. 256 GB SSD. Noticeably heavier and bulkier than our main picks.

Read our review of the best Chromebook.

A TV displays a rainforest.
Photo: Lee Neikirk

Samsung S95B OLED TV (55-Inch) — Top Pick
Best Buy deal price: $1450; street price: $1800

What we like: The brightest, most color-rich, and most room-flexible OLED TV we’ve ever tested.

Other things to know: Does not support Dolby Vision HDR. Only available in 55- and 65-inch screen sizes. New low price for the 55-inch size.

Read our review of the best OLED TV.

What we like: A less invasive and more decor-friendly TV we like. Can be mounted perfectly flush against the wall like a framed piece of art. Smart screensaver can display photos or art when not in use.

Other things to know: Doesn’t offer the latest and greatest TV features. New low price for the 2022 model in the 55-inch size.

Read our review of the best TVs that think outside the box.

LG C2 OLED TV (42-Inch) — Runner-Up
Best Buy deal price: $900; street price: $1250

What we like: Top-tier OLED picture quality at a reasonable price. Great visuals from lower-resolution SDR and HDR content. Native Dolby Atmos support. Full suite of HDMI 2.1 inputs.

Other things to know: Only a marginal improvement upon last year’s C1. Doesn’t match the high brightness and color volume of Samsung’s S95B.

Read our review of the best OLED TV.

LG C1 OLED TV (2021, 83-inch) — Top Pick
Best Buy deal price: $3000; street price: $4000

What we like: Our top pick gaming TV. Great value for price. Supports same content formats (DR10, HDR10+, Dolby Vision, HLG) as the new C2. Supremely low input lag for gamers. Offers better viewing angles than an LCD TV. 4 HDMI 2.1 ports.

Other things to know: Can suffer from burn-in through extended use. Variable refresh rate can increase gamma. Largest size offered for this model. 63-inch version is also on sale from Amazon.

Read our review of the best tv for video games.

What we like: Uses the Google smart-TV interface and a full-array local dimming backlight to deliver a great picture and streaming options. Provides a bright, colorful picture with good contrast.

Other things to know: Former pick. 2022 Google TV model of the TCL 5-Series is not yet available. Must have a free my Best Buy membership to get sale pricing, now only available for store pickup.

Read our review of the best 4K TV on a budget.

Hisense U8H 4K TV (55-inch) — Upcoming Pick
Best Buy deal price: $600; street price: $700

What we like: Matches the excellent brightness and color performance of much pricier LCD TVs. 120 Hz refresh rate. Beautiful looking HDR visuals. 2 HDMI 2.1 inputs.

Other things to know: Upcoming top pick. Google TV smart platform. Narrow horizontal viewing angle.

Read our review of the best 4K TV on a budget.

the Apple MacBook Air M2, 2022

What we like: All the power of the 16-inch MacBook Pro (our upgrade pick) but smaller. 14-inch screen is just as good, but more portable. Faster than any other laptop we’ve tested for photo or video editing. Impressive battery life. New scissor-switch keyboard.

Other things to know: M1 Pro processor, 16 GB RAM, and 512 GB storage. Available in space gray and silver.

Read our review of the best laptops for video and photo editing.

What we like: Our upgrade pick for Mac users. Updated design with a brighter screen and better webcam. Brings back the MagSafe port.

Other things to know: Matches the lowest discount we’ve seen. Not ideal for editing photos or videos or processing large media files. Included free for new subscribers: Apple Music (four months), Apple TV (three months), and iCloud+ (three months).

Read our review of the best MacBooks.

What we like: Great option for those seeking a tablet with more screen space for creative work, like digital illustration or audio editing. Larger screen is useful for multitasking and produces deeper blacks and brighter highlights than the smaller size.

Other things to know: Last generation, but nearly identical to the M2 model (besides the slightly faster processor and Hover pencil feature).

Read our review of the best pro tablets.

A person holding the Google Pixel 6a Android Phone.
Photo: Ryan Whitwam

What we like: Our upgrade Android-phone pick. Previous-gen flagship processor. Latest Android software. Excellent screen. Good battery life. Camera rivals those of phones that cost twice as much.

Other things to know: Lacks wireless charging. Cheaper build and smaller display (6.1 inches) than Pixel 6. Pixel 7 is now available but a 7a has not been released yet.

Google Pixel 7 Pro (Unlocked, 128 GB) — Upgrade Pick 🥈Second Retailer
Best Buy deal price: $749; street price: $900

What we like: Our upgrade pick for Android phones. Takes the already-excellent Pixel 7 and adds a bigger, better OLED screen, and a zoom camera—and it’s still cheaper than the competition.

Other things to know: Value isn’t quite as strong as the Pixel 7's, but it's a capable phone with excellent software and five years of update support.

Read our review of the best smartphones.

Photo: Michael Murtaugh

Meta Quest 2 VR Headset (128 GB) RE4 Bundle — Top Pick
Best Buy deal price: $350; street price: $450

What we like: Cord free design allows for standalone play. Solid visuals and tracking. Doesn't require a high-spec computer. Easy to set-up and play. Can connect to a PC for use with Steam.

Other things to know: Includes codes for Resident Evil 4 and Beat Saber. 128 GB storage. Though not amazing compared to years prior, this is the best deal we've seen since the Quest 2's price hike. 3rd party head straps and controller grips can greatly improve comfort.

Read our review of the best VR headset.

The Razer Mouse Dock Pro with a Basilisk V3 Pro mouse docked on top of it. The dock has green LED lights underneath.

Razer Basilisk V3 Gaming Mouse — Top Pick
Best Buy deal price: $50; street price: $65

What we like: Comfortable for most hand sizes and grip types. Plenty of well-placed, responsive buttons. Customizable RGB underglow lighting. Optical switches avoid mechanical switch double-click issue. Ability to toggle between ratcheted and no-friction scrolling.

Other things to know: Razer’s Synapse 3 software doesn’t work on macOS. Textured plastic can feel cheap to some.

Read our review of the best gaming mouse.

What we like: Comfortable gaming mouse. Speedy and responsive. Customizable scroll wheel with adjustable resistance. Decent battery life.

Other things to know: Former upgrade pick. Virtually identical to the cheaper wired Basilisk V3 in size, shape, and placement of buttons. Included charging dock can be finicky. Can't use mouse when docked.

Read our review of the best gaming mouse.

What we like: Best headset we tested this year. Lightweight with rich, enveloping sound. Breathable enough to wear all day.

Other things to know: Comes with 3.5mm cable to use wired with any console. Connects wirelessly via USB-A dongle, charges via micro-USB cable. Two-year warranty.

Read our review of the best gaming headsets.

Sony DualSense Controller (PS5) — Another Good Option
Best Buy deal price: $50; street price: $70

What we like: Comfortable to hold. Headset jack works with PC when connected via USB-C port. Available in a wide-range of colors.

Other things to know: Larger and more expensive than DualShock 4. Windows compatibility can be hit-or-miss. RedCard holders save an extra 5%

Read our review of the best PC gaming controller

HyperX Cloud Alpha Gaming Headset (Red/Black) — Top Pick 🥈Second Retailer
Best Buy deal price: $55; street price: $80

What we like: Comfortable fit for a wide variety of head sizes. Good spacious soundscape. Detachable 3.5 mm cable and microphone. Solid construction. Compatible with a wide range of devices.

Other things to know: Highs are a bit lacking. Mediocre microphone. Solid option for the price.

Read our review of the best gaming headsets.

What we like: Former runner-up pick. Sturdy, high quality. Responsive buttons. Customizable, with RGB lights and adjustable weights. Comfortable for range of grip styles.

Other things to know: Older model that uses mechanical switches (prone to failure over time, leading to register single click as multiple inputs). Not a great pick for anyone with small hands due to button array. Available from Best Buy with store pickup.

Read our review of the best gaming mouse.

 

The front of a Sony a7 III lens and body.
Photo: Phil Ryan

What we like: A cheaper full-frame mirrorless camera than our current pick. 24-megapixel sensor is still adequate and has fast-burst shooting. Comes with Sony FE 28-70mm f/3.5-5.6 OSS kit lens, SanDisk 64GB Extreme PRO UHS-I SDXC memory card, camera bag, and UV filter.

Other things to know: An older model and former pick. Dual-memory card slots, eye AF and hybrid AF tracking, tilting touchscreen. Our current full-frame pick is better, but notably more expensive.

Read our review of the best mirrorless camera.

GoPro Hero8 Black Action Camera — Budget Pick
Best Buy deal price: $230; street price: $300

What we like: Budget pick in our action camera guide. Can record high-quality, stabilized 4K video. Built-in mount. Offers many of the same features as newer GoPro's.

Other things to know: For slightly more, the Hero9 is a much better camera. Worse battery life and resolution than newer models. No front-facing selfie screen.

Read our review of the best action camera.

The Sonos Sub gen 3 in white
Photo: Sonos

What we like: A wireless subwoofer you can pair with any existing Sonos speaker to add deep bass. Nice addition to the Sonos One or Five,

Other things to know: Available in black or white. Four months of free Apple Music included. Must have a free My Best Buy membership to get sale pricing.

Read our review of the best multiroom wireless speaker system.

Sonos Move Speaker — Our Pick
Best Buy deal price: $319; street price: $400

What we like: Top pick for portable speaker is especially powerful. Supports Airplay 2, Alexa, and Google Assistant. IP56-rated water resistance. Solid 10-hour battery life.

Other things to know: Audio is notably directional, with a dead spot directly behind it. Charging base is not waterproof. No stereo separation.

What we like: We really liked this speaker during testing for the best home Bluetooth speaker. It sounded plenty loud and smoother than the larger Stanmore II speaker.

Other things to know: Another option we speak well of in our home Bluetooth speaker guide. Strongly considered for top pick, but its availability seemed inconsistent.

Read our review of the best home Bluetooth speaker.

What we like: Recommended home theater speaker set. Powerful sound, and a matching Dolby Atmos add-on module is available.

Other things to know: Bulkier and less attractive than the Polk Signature Elite Series, which resulted in these speakers being our runner-up pick.

Read our review of the best gear for building your home theater.

What we like: Good balance of price and performance. Offers bright sounding audio. Waterproof.

Other things to know: Relatively short 6-hour battery life. 1-year JBL limited warranty. Available in black, white, and red.

Read our review of the best portable Bluetooth speaker.

What we like: Comparable to our upgrade portable Bluetooth speaker pick. Vivid and full sound. Rugged and durable with a IP67 dust and water rating. USB-C charging.

Other things to know: Has fewer features and sounds less smooth than our upgrade pick, the Sony SRS-XB33.

Read our review of the best portable Bluetooth speaker.

The Fujifilm Instax Mini Link 2, in pink.
Photo: Arriana Vasquez

Fujifilm Instax Mini Link 2 — Our Pick
Best Buy deal price: $90; street price: $120

What we like: Best instant photo printer. Ultra-portable—smaller than a deck of cards. Quickly delivers vibrant, Polaroid-like credit-card-sized images.

Other things to know: Simple mobile app setup. Among the smallest and lightest printers we tested.

Read our review of the best instant photo printer.

What we like: Upgrade pick scanner, doesn't bend documents and photos like other portable scanners. Quickly and reliably produces high-resolution photo scans. Can handle batches of up to 36 photos.

Other things to know: Costs and weighs more than our other portable document scanner picks. Only recommended for those who do large amounts of scanning. May want to disable the software's automatic auto-enhancement feature.

Read our review of the best portable document scanner.

Our pick for best robot vacuum overall, the iRobot Roomba i3 EVO, shown in front of a red background.
Photo: Michael Hession

iRobot Roomba i3+ EVO Robot Vacuum — Our Pick
Best Buy deal price: $350; street price: $450

What we like: Our top pick robot vacuum. Better than competitors at getting pet hair out of rugs. Nimble navigation system. Durable. Sturdy. Repairable. Packaged with a charging dock that automatically sucks all the debris out of the robot after a cleaning session.

Other things to know: Doesn’t work quite as fast as some competing models. Privacy concerns have been raised by some after Amazon's acquisition of iRobot.

Read our review of the best robot vacuums.

iRobot Roomba i7+ Robot Vacuum — Pick Variant
Best Buy deal price: $500; street price: $600

What we like: A smarter variant of our top robot vacuum pick. Great navigation with the ability to clean or ignore certain rooms. Self-emptying base makes it more self-sufficient than other models. Reliable and repairable.

Other things to know: Aging model, but still very good. Expensive. Navigation can sometimes be fussy. Self-emptying base can be jarringly loud when active.

Read our review of the best robot vacuums.

iRobot Roomba i3 Evo Robot Vacuum — Top Pick
Best Buy deal price: $230; street price: $300

What we like: Top pick robot vacuum with strong suction, tangle-resistant brushes, and smart assistant and navigation capabilities. Ideal for larger spaces with rugs and shedding pets.

Other things to know: It doesn’t work quite as fast as other similar models. Alexa and Google Assistant compatible.

Read our review of the best robot vacuums.

What we like: An upcoming pick with good suction power, up to 60 minutes runtime, and Dyson's de-tangling Motorbar cleaner head. The laser on the Laser Slim Fluffy cleaner head shows hard-to-see dust on hard floors, and auto mode optimizes power and run time based on the debris picked up.

Other things to know: Currently in testing, but very promising and likely to be a pick in our stick vacuum guide.

Read our review of the best cordless stick vacuum.

Our pick for best air purifier for large spaces, the Blueair Blue Pure 211+, in gray.
Photo: Connie Park

Blueair Blue Pure 211+ Auto Air Purifier — Pick Variant
Best Buy deal price: $238; street price: $340

What we like: A variant of our upgrade air purifier pick. More powerful and more energy efficient due to a new motor and filter. Auto setting adjusts fan speed to changing air-quality conditions.  Perfect for larger homes and spaces.

Other things to know: We haven't tested this specific option, but we are confident it will deliver similar performance to the Blueair Blue Pure 211+.

Read our review of the best air purifier.

What we like: Most straightforward mesh networking system that's easiest to set up and use. Upgraded version of the Eero 6 supports gigabit speeds.

Other things to know: Not a great option if you like a very particular and customized setup.

Read our review of the best Wi-Fi mesh-networking kits.

GE GSS25GYPFS Refrigerator — Another Good Option
Best Buy deal price: $1200; street price: $1350

What we like: A GE side-by-side refrigerator that received generally positive customer reviews according to our review analysis, and may be a good place to start in your search for a new fridge.

Other things to know: If you don’t want an LG fridge for whatever reason, GE is one of a few brands whose customer service seemed to generate fewer negative sentiments among our survey respondents.

Read our review of the best refrigerators.

What we like: Our upgrade sunrise alarm clock adds handy features like multiple alarms, customizable sunrise themes, and a calming cool-down mode. Intuitive and well-designed app. Offers suggestions to make room more suitable for sleeping.

Other things to know: Doesn't provide a better wake-up experience than top pick. More of a sleep tool than a clock.

Read our review of the best sunrise alarm clock.

Whirlpool WMH31017 Over-The-Range Microwave — Runner-Up
Best Buy deal price: $210; street price: $280

What we like: Our runner-up pick for over-range microwaves. Affordable. Performs well. Runs a bit quieter than most others.

Other things to know: Has way fewer control options than our top pick. Lacks quick-start shortcuts on number pad. No sensor-cook settings. Down to $210 in white finish. Down to $230 in other finishes.

Read our review of the best over-the-range microwave.

The Wyze Bulb Color, our pick for the best smart LED light bulb.
Photo: Michael Hession

What we like: Brightest, most affordable bulb we tested. Excellent colors and reliable basic features (remote, scheduling, and timers). Delivers 1,100 lumens, equivalent to a 75-watt incandescent. A dollar off of last year's lowest price.

Other things to know: No special effects. Supports Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Compatible with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, IFTTT. 2-pack. Store pickup to avoid shipping fees.

Read our review of the best smart LED light bulbs.

Google Nest Thermostat — Another Good Option
Best Buy deal price: $90; street price: $130

What we like: An inexpensive and uncomplicated option. Perfect if you don't plan on using remote temperature sensors. Pairs with the Google Nest ecosystem. Home/away feature in the Google Home app is very reliable.

Other things to know: Won't automatically learn your heating and cooling schedule. Available in four colors.

Read our review of the best smart thermostat.

Google Nest Hub Max smart display
Deal price: $164; street price: $220

What we like: Our smart-display pick for those in the Google ecosystem. A handy digital assistant for streaming audio and video or making video calls. Integrated with Google Calendar and Photos. Excels at verbally walking you through recipes.

Other things to know: Plays music and allows control of smart-home devices, though not as comprehensively as the Amazon Echo Show 8. Works as an attractive, 10-inch digital photo frame for images (though we recommend a dedicated option if you’re serious). Deal is a new low.

Google Nest Hub Smart Display (2nd Gen) — Also Great
Best Buy deal price: $50; street price: $80

What we like: A kitchen counter or bedside friendly smart speaker with touchscreen. Streams audio and video and accepts voice commands from Google Assistant. Great for controlling smart devices. Includes sensors to track your sleep.

Other things to know: Screen is 7 inches diagonal. No camera ensures privacy.

Google Nest Audio Smart Speaker
Deal price: $50; street price: $90

What we like: A capable smart-home device if you want to use Google as your smart assistant. Loud and more bass-filled audio experience is on par with the Amazon Echo. Users can configure two of these speakers together as a stereo pair via the app or arrange them throughout the home to create a multiroom sound system.

Other things to know: Sound is good but nothing special. Older model at this point. Our guide writers prefer the Amazon smart-device ecosystem.

What we like: Our ground-level Google Assistant smart-speaker pick. Great as a cheap multiroom audio system with the use of Google apps. Fully supports Google Assistant.

Other things to know: Less useful than Alexa for some tasks. Opt for store pickup to avoid shipping fees.

Amazon Echo Smart Speaker (4th Gen) — Top Pick
Best Buy deal price: $50; street price: $80

What we like: Controls most smart-home devices. Answers queries and plays music from a variety of services.  Improved soundstage versus previous Echos. Usually recognizes commands from across the room or above moderate-volume music.

Other things to know: Sound isn't audiophile-level. Older model at this point after release of the fifth gen in September 2022.

Read our review of the best Alexa smart speakers.

Echo Dot Alexa Smart Speaker (5th Gen) — Top Pick
Best Buy deal price: $25 (With store pickup); street price: $50 (With store pickup)

What we like: Clear, loud sound. Compact size. Half the price of other Echo products. Bluetooth and 3.5-mm stereo jack connections. Doubles as an Eero Wi-Fi extender. Good intro to Amazon/Alexa ecosystem.

Other things to know: More expensive Echos offer better audio and call quality. Lacks ability for video calls. We haven't tested the Dot's Wi-Fi extender capabilities yet. Choose store pickup for the deal price.

Read our review of the best Alexa smart speakers.

The OXO Compact Cold Brew Coffee Maker shown making coffee.
Photo: Michael Murtaugh

What we like: Compact and easily stored. Stronger coffee than larger OXO brewer, but still balanced. Streamlined design. Carafe features a nice looking cork/silicone lid.

Other things to know: Lacks as nuanced a flavor as larger OXO brewer. Yields around 16 ounces of concentrate. Doesn’t include (or work with) paper filters. Store pickup required to get the deal price.

Read our review of the best cold-brew coffee maker.

Breville Barista Touch Espresso Machine — Upgrade Pick
Best Buy deal price: $880; street price: $1050

What we like: Our upgrade pick for beginner's espresso machines. Best all-in-one machine. Sleek and powerful. Quality built-in grinder. Touchscreen control center with step-by-step tutorials and multiple programs.

Other things to know: Two-year warranty. Built-in grinder saves you from buying a separate one.

Read our review of the best espresso machine for beginners.

What we like: More capacity and power than top pick. Easy to use and clean. Sturdy build that stands the test of time.

Other things to know: Best Buy variant. Trades more power for heavier frame. Large counter footprint. Includes flat beater, power knead spiral dough hook, and stainless steel wire whip. Sign up for a free My Best Buy membership to get the sale price.

Read our review of the best stand mixer.

Ember Temperature Control Smart Mug2 (14 oz) — Our Pick
Best Buy deal price: $120; street price: $140

What we like: Self-heating mug that doesn't need to remain on a contact heat source. Easy-to-use app. Keeps drinks a steady temperature between 120 °F and 145 °F. Only tested device that can heat up room-temp liquid.

Other things to know: Not dishwasher safe. Expensive. Battery only lasts 85 minutes. 2 hour charge time, won’t charge if there’s any liquid inside. Available in white or black.

Read our review of the mug warmers we love.

Uber Eats gift card
Photo: Uber

What we like: Staff pick for gift cards. Basically $15 free money for anyone who uses Uber Eats and shops at Best Buy. Nice as a gift or for yourself.

Other things to know: Digital gift card with email delivery.

What we like: Employs independent contractors to shop directly at your choice of available retailers. Can avoid crowds and save time. Free money if you frequently use this service.

Other things to know: Instacart charges a higher premium for delivery fees and won't deliver to every zip code.

$100 Gap Gift Card (Email Delivery) — Pick Accessory
Best Buy deal price: $80; street price: $100

What we like: Essentially a free $10 toward a Gap gift card. Works with Gap, Old Navy, Banana Republic, or Athleta.

Other things to know: Email delivery, but card works both online and in-store. Consider using on our picks for the best leggings for women or the best boxer briefs for men.

Read our review of the best men’s boxer briefs.

What we like: Great gift for the globetrotter in your life. Or get it for a future trip you haven't decided on yet. Airbnbs can give you access to more unique experiences and neighborhoods.

Other things to know: Includes a $30 Best Buy gift card with purchase. Delivered digitally.

The Segway Ninebot KickScooter F30, our budget pick for the best electric scooter.
Photo: Nick Guy

Segway Ninebot KickScooter F30 — Budget Pick
Best Buy deal price: $500; street price: $570

What we like: Our budget pick electric scooter. Less expensive, but still capable. Around 10 mile range per charge. Lighter than our other picks. Design allows for bike lock usage.

Other things to know: Weighs 33 pounds with a 265 pound weight limit. Real life range is disappointing next to Segway's claimed 18 miles. 15 mph top speed.

Read our review of the best electric scooter.

A Philips Sonicare 4100 handle, with a detached plaque control style brush head standing alongside it, both shown in white.
The 4100 is compatible with most Philips Sonicare brush heads. Pictured here is the Optimal Plaque Control head. Photo: Connie Park

Philips Sonicare 4100 Electric Toothbrush — Runner-Up
Best Buy deal price: $30; street price: $50

What we like: Our runner-up pick for the best electric toothbrush. Inexpensive, but still offers a timer and long-lasting rechargeable battery. Effective but quiet cleaning. Pressure sensor.

Other things to know: Down to $30 in 3 colors from Amazon, and 4 colors from Target. "New" 4100 charges via USB. Brush heads are more expensive than those of some of our other picks.

Read our review of the best electric toothbrush.

Waterpik Ion Water Flosser — Top Pick
Best Buy deal price: $70; street price: $95

What we like: Made our mouths feel the cleanest. Cordless charging base. Ten pressure settings. Multiple tips with different stream widths.

Other things to know: Three-year warranty. On sale in black or white.

Read our review of the best water flossers.

What we like: Top-of-the-line five-blade Panasonic shaver. Includes four foils and an oscillating lift-and-cut center trimmer. Comparable shaver to our top pick Braun Series 7’s (which we prefer overall). If Braun models aren’t working for you, this shaver might be a better option for your skin or hair type.

Other things to know: Though quieter than the Braun Series 7, its noise is higher pitched. Chunkier cutting block makes working around smaller facial areas more difficult.

Read our review of the best electric razor.

Waterpik Ion Water Flosser — Top Pick
Best Buy deal price: $70; street price: $95

What we like: Made our mouths feel the cleanest. Cordless charging base. Ten pressure settings. Multiple tips with different stream widths.

Other things to know: Three-year warranty. On sale in black or white.

Read our review of the best water flossers.

The WD easystore sits on a desk with books and a computer monitor.
Photo: Western Digital

What we like: Offered slightly superior performance versus other desktop hard drives we tested.

Other things to know: Large storage capacity is overkill for most, and usually has a price to match when not on sale.

Read our review of the best external hard drives.

Logitech Signature M650L Left Wireless Mouse — Another Good Option
Best Buy deal price: $30 (with store pickup); street price: $40 

What we like: Specifically contoured for lefties. Most comfortable left-handed mouse we’ve tested. Two customizable buttons on the right side.

Other things to know: Silent clicks and only decent scroll wheel. A bit long for average hand sizes.

Read our review of the best wireless mouse.

Samsung T7 Portable SSD (1 TB) — Another Good Option
Best Buy deal price: $90; street price: $115

What we like: A portable solid-state drive we like. Good alternative to our picks at the right price. 1 TB size currently costs less than them. Three-year warranty.

Other things to know: Previous version had been our top pick. Faster on sequential reads and writes than that model.

Read our review of the best portable SSD.

The Lego Succulents 10309 fully built with the box nearby.
Photo: Lego

Lego Succulents 10309 — Staff Favorite
Best Buy deal price: $40; street price: $50

What we like: Can be built as one central bunch or separated into individual "pots." Satisfying to put together. Breathes life into a windowless room.

Other things to know: Lego isn't just for kids! Deal matches previous low price.

Read our article about how to become an adult Lego master.

The Garmin Vívoactive 4S Fitness Tracker on rose gold
Photo: Garmin

What we like: Our upgrade pick fitness tracker. One of the most accurate trackers with steps and distance. Offers many smartwatch-like features. Can pair headphones to device for music. Wide variety of monitored metrics. Hefty array of exercise instructions and customized workouts.

Other things to know: Aging model. Uneven automatic activity detection. Also available from Best Buy for $180.

Read our review of the best fitness trackers.

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