Own Cyber Monday with the Best Deals in Streaming, Software and Tech
Take advantage of some of the strongest Black Friday savings today.
So, you survived Thanksgiving with your family and Black Friday’s deal-seeking crowds. What’s there to do now that you’re back at work? Search for more deals, of course.
We’ve combed over the best one-day Cyber Monday deals to help you save on this tech-focused retail holiday. Many offers are active sales, so sellouts are possible.
Hulu vs. Disney+
Streaming platforms see Cyber Monday as a way to entice new subscribers. And for one day only, newcomer Disney+ is slashing $10 from its annual subscription. Get in on the Baby Yoda craze for just $59.99. This deal expires at 2:59 a.m. ET on December 3rd.
Not to be outdone, Hulu — which, incidentally, is partially owned by Disney — offers its ad-supported plan at $1.99 a month for one year. This saves you $4 off the regular monthly price of $5.99. Hulu’s offer expires at 11:59 p.m. ET on December 2nd.
For an even stronger deal on Disney+, Verizon may have you covered. Verizon offers a year of Disney+ for free when you sign up for any Verizon Fios plan. Plus, if you sign up for Fios Gigabit Connection and Custom TV, you get a $100 prepaid Visa prepaid card and either another $100 Visa prepaid card or a pair of Samsung Galaxy Buds.
For those of us who work on our computers, buying software can be an unpleasant but necessary part of life. Fortunately, software publishers are just as eager to cut a deal today as anyone else.
Norton Antivirus and Norton 360: Up to 65% Off
Antivirus protection is one of those things you don’t often think about until you need it. Keep up on your digital hygiene with Norton Antivirus Plus, offered today for only $19.99 for the first year, a discount of $40 off the regular price. Or get Norton 360 Deluxe — which covers up to five devices — for $34.99 for the first year, a savings of $65 off the regular price.
McAfee Total Protection: $29.99 for 10 Device Protection
Norton isn’t the only game in town for antivirus protection. McAfee offers its McAfee Total Protection Household antivirus software and security suite at $29.99 the first year. You’ll save $90 off the regular first-year price of $119.99.
Rosetta Stone: $179 for Lifetime Access
Today may be the perfect time to learn a new language. For Cyber Monday, Rosetta Stone offers lifetime access to its award-winning software suite for just $179, a significant discount on its $299 regular price.
Code Academy: 25% Off Annual Pro Membership
Apple iPhone XS Max: $450 Off, plus a $200 Prepaid Mastercard and $500 with Qualifying Trade
Offering one of the best phone deals on Cyber Monday is Verizon, where you’ll find the iPhone XS Max 51 GB for $450 off through bill credits. But that’s not all: Use your new phone to subscribe to a new line of Verizon Unlimited with discount code HOLIDAYSWITCH to get a $200 Mastercard prepaid card. And earn an additional $500 in bill credits with a qualifying trade-in.
Sonos One: 25% Off
With the smart speaker world dominated by Google and Apple, Sonos is a refreshing alternative. Ranked as one of the best smart speakers on the market, the Sonos One is available today online only for $149, a $50 savings off the regular $199.
Colgate Advanced LED Whitening Treatment: $50 Off with Code
Get your hands on the same LED teeth whitening your dentist uses at $50 off for Cyber Monday. The Colgate Advanced LED Whitening Treatment goes for for $95 through Colgate’s site with discount code GQ50.
Roku Premiere 4K Streaming Stick: 20% Off
Looking for something to stream your new Disney+ deal on? For those without a smart TV, the Roku Premiere 4K Streaming Stick offers a high-definition solution with Wi-Fi connectivity. Walmart comes in with a deal today at $59.99 — a $20 savings off the typical price.
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