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Best Buy is doing Cyber Monday a little differently this year — it started rolling out deals on Saturday and has many of them lasting an entire week. From discounts on a TCL 4K TV to a Bowflex treadmill or Bose 700 noise-canceling headphones, there’s sure to be something for everyone.

Here are the best deals we’ve found during Best Buy’s Cyber Week!


TCL 55-inch 4-Series 4K UHD LED TV ($199.99, originally $399.99;

TCL is known for providing a premium product at an affordable price, and this 4-Series is no different. You’ll get a 4K UHD TV with HDR that runs Google’s Android TV platform, putting all of your favorite streaming apps at your fingertips without any extra streaming devices.

Vizio 65-inch OLED 4K UHD SmartCast TV ($1,499.99, originally $1,999.99;

Vizio has finally entered the OLED territory and the brands first models really impress. Colors pop vibrants, blacks are deep and it all comes together for a compelling picture. And while this is a brand new model, you can score this 65-inch OLED for just $1,499.99.

Laptops and monitors

HP Envy Touchscreen Laptop ($749.99, originally $999;

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With a 13.3-inch FHD screen and the 11th Gen Intel Core i7 processor this laptop provides a great display and super fast processing speed. It’s designed with creators in mind so the 360º hinge lets you utilize the notebook to its fullest capacity, between the standard laptop keyboard or the incredible touch screen.

HP Envy x360 2-in-1 15-inch laptop ($799.99, originally $999.99;

This HP Envy x360 2-in-1 can flip all the way around to a 360-degree hinge. This way you can use it in laptop mode for work and flip the screen back to take in some content. It’s powered by an Intel Core i7 processor with 12GB of RAM and 512GB of storage.

Lenovo Chromebook Flex 3 2-in-1 ($179, originally $279;

Lenovo’s Flex 3 has an 11.6-inch touchscreen display, 4 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage. The 360-degree hinge allows you to rotate the display all the way back, turning it into a Chrome OS tablet of sorts. It’s lightweight, portable and provides quick access to your favorite Android apps with Google Play Store support right out of the box.

HP 11-inch Chromebook ($149, originally $219;

Chromebooks are easy to use, reliable and often times affordable. Take this 11-inch HP model as an example. It includes the bare minimum — 4 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage — but it’ll still give you (or a child who’s remote learning) a way to get work done in a compact form factor.

LG 27-inch IPS LED 4K Monitor with HDR ($279.99, originally $429.99;

With a 60Hz refresh rate, this isn’t the fastest monitor, but it’d still make for a good gaming monitor –— or at the very least, a solid choice for working at home. With 4K UHD picture quality, FreeSync technology for AMD graphics cards and a 178-degree viewing angle, there’s not much this monitor doesn’t offer.

Headphones and home audio

Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 ($319, originally $379;


Bose noise cancellation tech is widely considered some of the best in the industry, and the 700’s are no exception. These Bluetooth headphones have 20 hours of battery life, with touch controls on the ear cups to control volume, playback and trigger your phone’s voice assistant, all without having to worry about hearing any background noise, which is an invaluable feature for noisy home offices.

Beats by Dr. Dre Powerbeats Pro ($159.99, originally $249.99;

The Powerbeats Pro are completely wireless, relying on the same Apple H1 chip that the AirPods use. That means you’ll get quick pairing, long battery life (9 hours of listening time) and always-on “Hey Siri” commands. They’re sweat and water-resistant, so you can wear them worry-free while working out.

Samsung All-in-One Soundbar with Alexa ($199.99, originally $329.99;

Tired of your TV’s weak speakers? Pick up Samsung’s all-in-one soundbar. It doubles as a smart speaker, using a Wi-Fi connection and Amazon’s Alexa platform for you to interact with smart home devices or ask questions. You can even connect your phone directly to the soundbar via Bluetooth to stream your favorite playlists.


Unlocked Samsung Galaxy A21 ($199.99, originally $249.99;

Samsung’s Galaxy A21 has a 6.5-inch display, a four-camera setup, 3 GB of RAM and an octave-core processor. That’s a lot of tech talk for a phone that you can get for under $200, which is the perfect starting point for someone who doesn’t want a fancy phone or for a tween’s first phone.

Fitbit Charge 4 ($99.99, originally $149.95;

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Not everyone wants a fully-connected wearable, and that’s where the Fitbit Charge 4 comes in. It’s focused solely on being a fitness tracker, but also has the ability to monitor your heart rate, which is a nice feature in a tracker that’s down to just $99.99. You can also track steps, calories burned and even distance traveled. Better yet, it integrates with the Fitbit companion app for Android and iOS.

Garmin Fenix 5X Plus Sapphire Smartwatch ($399.99, originally $599.99;

Garmin’s Fenix 5X is a smartwatch designed for fitness enthusiasts. Its rugged design is packed full of features like an Sp02 sensor to measure your blood-oxygen level, preloaded maps to help keep you on the trail, a 1.2-inch display and up to 20 days of battery life.


Bowflex BXT116 Treadmill ($999.99, originally $2,399;

Best Buy is taking $1,400 off the Bowflex BXT116 treadmill, which includes a 7.5-inch color LCD, nine different workout programs, heart rate monitoring, and up to a 15% incline. It even has Bluetooth capabilities to connect to your phone, where you can then track workouts with your favorite app.