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Xbox Shock Blue Wireless controller

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The Xbox Series X controller is arguably the best controller ever for Xbox consoles and PCs. You can never have enough controllers so now is the time to grab a second (or third) one thanks to this great Cyber Monday sale.

I’m spotlighting the Shock Blue variant here, which is a personal favorite. Despite its (awesome) color scheme, it is identical to the existing Xbox Series X controller that comes with Microsoft’s current-gen console. The redesigned Xbox Controller is slightly smaller than its predecessor for the Xbox One. It has better grips on the back and a more responsive d-pad. The biggest new feature is the share button in its center. Sharing video clips and screenshots was always a pain on Xbox One but now it’s as easy as a literal tap of a button. 

Note that Walmart has a bunch of color variants on sale. If you’re not a fan of the Shock Blue controller, you’re free to select other variants at reduced prices.

Xbox wireless controller: was $64 now $49


Lenovo Legion 5

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Cyber Monday, like Black Friday, is a great time for gamers to upgrade their gaming rigs. If you’ve searched for a beefy gaming laptop, the Lenovo Legion 5 might be right for you.

The Lenovo Legion 5 features a large 17.3-inch 1080p display with a 144Hz refresh rate. The high refresh rate and Dolby Vision support will make all games run buttery smooth. With an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 graphics card and 8GB of RAM, you’ll be able to run most titles on medium settings. For $210 off, this is a great Cyber Monday deal.

Lenovo Legion 5: was $909 now $699


Monster Hunter Rise

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Hello, Everyone. I’m Tony Polanco, Computing Writer here at Tom’s Guide. I’ll be updating this live blog for the next couple of hours with the best Cyber Monday deals currently happening.

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

Notable additions include the ability to ride tamed animals and a grappling hook to reach seemingly impossible-to-reach areas. Both of these mechanics make it a breeze to traverse the sprawling hunting grounds. Animations are noticeably faster in Monster Hunter Rise, making clashing against dangerous beasts all the more exciting.

If you’re a fan of the series or simply want a challenging but rewarding experience, you need 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 tag

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If you need something to smarten up your TV, then you shouldn’t ignore this particular deal. The Walmart-exclusive Roku LE is now just $15, down from the normal $29 price tag. 

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It’s not the flashiest streamer around, but it does offer Full HD resolution and full access to Roku’s best streaming apps. Barring the color, the Roku LE doesn’t seem too different to the entry-level Roku Express, our favorite Roku devices.

Everything you need is in the box, including the remote, HDMI cable and power cable, alongside a $5 Redbox streaming coupon. So if your TV doesn’t have any smarts, or doesn’t support 4K, this is a gizmo well 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 getting pretty darn cold at the moment, and obviously you’re going to try and keep yourself warm. But what about your dog? Sure your pooch may have a thick coat of fur, but they love the warmth just as much as us.

So why not check out this self-warming dog bed, which can be bought from Walmart for as little as $29? The bed is made up of heat-reflecting material that can utilize your dog’s natural body heat and uses it to keep them warm. It’s also soft and comfortable, totally water resistant, and features a removable machine-washable cover.

The only thing you need to worry about is picking a size. This bed is available in 23-inch, 36-inch and 45-inch diameters, meaning there’s something for dogs of every size.

Sel-Warming plush dog bed: was $49 now $29

nintendo switch pro controller with cyber monday deal tag

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Whether you just bought a Switch, or you’ve had one for several years, it’s always worth investing in a standalone controller. And the good news is that Walmart has knocked the price of a Nintendo Switch Pro Controller down to $49. That’s a $10 saving on the normal $59 price tag.

The Switch Pro controller has everything you need, including motion controls, HD rumble, amiibo scanning capabilities and more, all wrapped up inside an actual controller. You know one that is better suited for human hands than Joy-Cons are.

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

tcl 55-inch roku smart tv with cyber monday deal tag

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There are a lot of TV deals out there at the moment, but Cyber Monday isn’t over yet. That means there are always more deals out there, including Walmart knocking this TCL 55-inch 4K Roku Smart TV down to $358. That’s a $91 compared to what Amazon is selling it for.

So what do you get for your money? Obviously a 55-inch TV screen is pretty darn big, bigger than you might expect. This one also supports 4K resolution and HDR, as well as all the best streaming options Roku’s TV software has to offer. It also packed in 3 HDMI ports, an additional HDMI ARC port for your soundbar. 

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

beats studio buds in black with cyber monday deal tag

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If you’re not lucky enough to be able to get AirPods Pro for the low, low price of $159, then maybe this deal on Beats Studio Buds truly wireless earbuds will be an enticing alternative.

Right now Walmart has knocked the Beats Studio Buds down to $99. That’s $50 off the normal price, and for a pair of earbuds that we said were “feature-stuffed” in our official review. For that price you’re getting a compact design, active noise cancellation, 5 hours of charge on the buds and an additional 15 hours from the charging case.

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

Beats Studio Buds: was $149 now $99

Xbox Series S review

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Morning everyone, here’s to another day of glorious deals. My name’s Tom Pritchard, Automotive Editor here at Tom’s Guide, and I will be dishing out some of the best Walmart Cyber Monday deals for next couple of hours.

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

The digital-only console isn’t quite as powerful as the Xbox Series X, but it can offer a lot more than your old Xbox One. There’s a super-quick 512GB SSD, 1440p resolution, frame rates up to 120fps, and the ability to play games from all Xbox consoles. Better still it recently got the ability to stream games from the cloud with Game Pass Ultimate, meaning it’s less-impressive hardware isn’t such an issue.

Xbox Series S restock: $299 @ Walmart


Chromecast with Google TV

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Chromecast with Google TV takes the already great 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 Dolby Atmos immersive sound. Also, it’s got Google TV, which means it supports over 6,500 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 tag

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The number of people working from home exploded last year, and many of us are still toiling away from spare bedrooms and home offices to this day. That’s why ensuring your equipment is up to scratch is vital. And if you can do that while also saving money, all the better.

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

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Microsoft Surface Laptop Go: was $699 now $549 

Samsung Jet 60 Vacuum with a Cyber Monday deal tag

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Not only does Samsung make fantastic televisions and some pretty excellent smartphones, but it also produces some of our favorite appliances and gadgets. 

Right now you can score a Samsung Jet 60 Cordless Stick Vaccum for $179 at Walmart. That’s a pretty sizeable saving considering its usual retail price of $299, making this one of the strongest Cyber Monday deals currently running 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 plenty powerful enough to suck up stray dirt, dust and pet hairs. 

Samsung Jet 60 Cordless Stick Vaccum: was $299 now $179 

Samsung Crystal 4K TV with a Cyber Monday deal tag

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Sometimes it’s worth holding off buying a Black Friday deal in the hopes of scoring an even bigger discount come Cyber Monday. Case in point, this Samsung 65-inch Crytal LED Smart TV for $548 at Walmart, which has dropped another $20 from its Black Friday price of $568. If you haven’t pulled the trigger yet, your patience has been rewarded. 

For just shy of $550 you’re getting a fantastic 4K TV which offers an ultra-fast Crystal Processor for 4K upscaling, sharp colors and a consistently gorgeous image. It’s also a Smart TV, so you’ll have easy access to all your favorite streaming shows and movies. 

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

Sony WH-1000XM4 with a Cyber Monday deal tag

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Here at Tom’s Guide, we’re big fans of the Sony WH-1000XM4 headphones. In fact, we rate these cans so highly that we’ve placed them at the summit of our best wireless headphones roundup. That’s a pretty strong endorsement when you consider the fierce competition from the likes of Bose and Apple. 

The Sony WH-1000XM4 makes a compelling case for itself at full price, but right now you can grab these best-in-class wireless headphones with a $100 discount as Walmart is offering the Sony WH-1000XM4 for $249. This is an excellent price for headphones sporting fantastic active noise cancellation, a lengthy 30 hours of battery life and seriously impressive sound quality. 

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


PlayStation Plus deal

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Walmart (and other retailers including Amazon) have been running a promotion on a 12-Month subscription to PlayStation Plus for several days now, and we’re highlighting it again because it’s definitely one of the best Walmart Cyber Monday deals currently available. 

Nobody really likes paying for PlayStation Plus, but if you own a PlayStation console it’s a service that borders on essential (assuming you enjoy playing online, of course). That’s why we appreciate that this deal slashes the price of a PlayStation Plus 12-Month Subscription to $39, which is $20 off. Don’t forget, you can buy multiple subscriptions and stack them — which can save you some serious cash in the long run. 

PlayStation Plus 12-Month Subscription: was $59 now $39 



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