It’s Cyber Monday, and we’ll be scouring the best deals out there — including Strat favorites, crazy well-reviewed products, and super on-sale selections.
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Our colleague over at Select All, Jake Swearington, thinks that if you’re going to get one thing on Cyber Monday make it these headphones. “You get great sound with deep, unmuddied bass and crisp high-end sound that isn’t overly harsh. The retro styling — especially in the ivory color — makes me feel like I’m an extra in Dazed and Confused. And the price right now, at $250, is pretty unbeatable for high-end wireless headphones, where you can easily spend $500.”
Amazon Men’s Fashion
Amazon Women’s Fashion
There’s a lot on sale in the Amazon women fashion department (we did a deep dive that you can check out here). As of this morning, a whole slew of Amazon’s private label brands are discounted including this delightful robe from Mae.
Lots of goodies on sale in the Amazon beauty bin including this highly-giftable Mario Bedescu “favorites” set, which includes the skincare line’s “top five Mario must-haves for radiant skin” (an 8 oz. Enzyme Cleansing Gel, an 8 oz. Cucumber Cleansing Lotion, a 2 oz. Oil Free Moisturizer SPF17, a 4 oz. Special Hand Cream Vitamin E, and a 6 oz. Super Rich Olive Body Lotion). Other stand-outs include: $10 Micellar water from Bioderma, an $11 two-piece Wet Brush set, and our favorite Braun epilator.
Countless hours of fun for the Star Wars obsessive in your life. In other Star Wars news, this Hero Droid BB-8 is 25 percent off as well. And in other Amazon toy news, this 3Doodler, one of our favorite Kickstarter success stories, is 34 percent off.
Amazon Toys for Grown-Ups
DJI, which our colleagues at Select All call “the undisputed king of consumer-drone manufacturers,” launched the Spark, a palm-sized drone that weighs less than a can of soda back in May. According to Select All, the big appeal of the Spark is that it “wildly reduces the complexity of using a drone. Users can hold the Spark in their hand, power up their Spark, and launch it right from their palm.” Also, right now it’s 15 percent off.
We learned about Tyler, a baby tiger, who’ll playfully pounce and nuzzle when you pet him, a few months ago when we researched the toys that were bound to sell out this holiday season. He, and his favorite chew toy (a rubber chicken) is still available and on sale at Jet.
Lord & Taylor
The mega-sales at Lord & Taylor still have legs this Cyber Monday, with 25 percent off savings using the code CYBER applicable to most items site-wide. The savings on winter jackets are some of the best deals, with puffer coats like this one on super-sale.
The big thing to get at Walmart right now it seems is a TV. Select All recommends this Samsung 4K Ultra HD TV: “Samsung is the name to beat when it comes to high-quality large-panel LEDs. If you’re looking to upgrade your main set, this is a nice price to do it at.”
If you’re buying a new TV, throw in some Baby Foot, our favorite Japanese foot exfoliant, which is the cheapest we’ve ever seen it.
If you’re a skincare fiend, dive deep on this 30 percent off sale on all Murad items for Cyber Monday with the code CYBER30. There’s their fantastic trio of retinol products for anti-aging or this lightening serum that got rid of one writer’s post-acne scarring in three days.
Our fellow New Yorkers over at B&H are selling 13-inch MacBook Pros (which Select All says “is the model to get”) for $300 cheaper than usual.
One more for the Star Wars fan: an R2-D2 coffee press that’s “close to slipping over to the dark side of merchandising, but not quite.”
The leather bag that writer Hannah Goldfield adores is just one of the many great things you can buy at Baggu; the weekend tote bag is yet another that we included in our best weekenders roundup. Now, you can get these (and a whole lot more) for 25 percent off at Baggu with the code OKHOLIDAY.
All of L.L. Bean’s “Wicked Good” slippers are on sale today. We deeply stand by these lambswool-lined house shoes, and can attest that they make an excellent gift. (We were gifted them a few years ago.)
Over at the Line, their curated selection of fancy basics are 40 percent off. This Stutterheim trench-style rain jacket is one of the more affordable sale items. Also on sale at the Line are these Common Projects sneakers.
Select sale items at Nordstrom are an additional 20 percent off — like these classic Hunter chelsea boots.
Almost everything at Barneys Warehouse is an extra 60 percent its already-on-sale price. Other great deals from the sale include these these $64 Halston Heritage heels, this $48 Jack Spade weekender, and this $14 Riedel wine decanter.
Of all the Black Friday Beauty Busters on sale at Ulta right now, this Gigi Hadid palette’s the one that your teenage niece is going to freak out over.
Most everything (with some exclusions — no Canada Goose, alas) is 20 percent off at Need Supply with the code SHOP20, including these high-waisted “cousin” jeans from Need Supply’s house line. Also: feel free to treat yourself (or someone you love) to a 20 percent off Mansur Gavriel bucket bag.
There don’t appear to be any exclusions at the Anthropologie sale — where the entire site is 20 percent off. So we sniffed around for things that rarely go on sale, like Sunday Riley’s cult “starter serum.” Some other things we found: Olio e Osso balm, these Veja sneakers, some Levi’s 721s, and this beautiful camel coat.
Over at Shopbop, everything on sale is an extra 35 percent off. We are particularly fond of this denim pea coat with a jazzy sherpa lining.
New arrivals for men and women are 30 percent off at Coach, including this handsome maroon bag we included last week in our weekly sales round-up. And as of Black Friday, a bunch of Coach’s best sellers, like this Mercer satchel, are 50 percent off.
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Most of Dermstore’s wares are 25 percent off, including this lip balm that Peggy Siegal swears by.
This specially designed rocking bassinet (one of our favorite baby products, which swaddles, shushes, and swings) is a godsend for new parents who just want to sneak in an extra hour or two of sleep. But when it starts at over $1,000, any little bit helps: Between now and November 24, take 30 percent off this SNOO.
As a Black Friday treat, ASOS will be applying a 30 percent discount to everything on the site, including marked-down, regular-price, and outlet items. Now’s your chance to get this already-on-sale patent-leather satchel while it’s on super markdown.
Everything over $100 at Urban Outfitters is automatically $50 off, and everything over $75 is $15 off. We scoured the site for rarely-on-sale items, and think that these Swedish Hasbeens boots (the official shoe of the Brooklyn Mom) are a very good deal.
Ssense, home of brands that all the kids are into — Eckhaus Latta, Harris Wharf London, JW Anderson, Molly Goddard, Heron Preston, etc. — is having a big sale. These Sophie Buhai studs are perfectly simple and elegant.
Between November 23 and 27, Petcube’s offering their best-selling Petcube Bites (an HD pet camera that flings treats at your pet while you’re away from home) at its lowest price ever, $179. The Petcube Play, an interactive camera that entertains and monitors your pets while you’re away (and which writer Alison Freer can’t live without) will be $50 off between those dates, too.
Beauty fiends will be pleased to know that Birchbox is offering staggered discounts on items throughout the store and online between November 22 and 28, no code necessary: 10 percent off orders $30 and up, 15 percent off orders $50 and up, and 25 percent off all orders $75 and over. If you’re overwhelmed with the options, we recommend one of their sampler packs or picking up this Malin + Goetz peppermint body scrub that our writer Rima Suqi declared the best host/hostess gift if you’re staying with someone for the weekend.
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Of a Kind
Whether they’re a Black Friday self-care present or gift packages you want to buy before the holiday rush, Of a Kind’s prepackaged holiday gift sets for spa ladies, office Marie Kondos, and frequent travelers (among other archetypes) will be 15 percent off between November 22 and 27.
The massive sale at Totokaelo going on now is a dream if you’ve had your eye on anything from the likes of Acne, Maison Margiela, and Issey Miyake — select styles are up to 40 percent off. This pair of comfortable leather Martiniano glove shoes isn’t so bad either, at under $300. And because we thought you should know: There’s a bunch of great Acne clothing in particular (not just the weird stuff) on sale and we rounded up the best items here.
At La Garçonne right now, take up to 40 percent off covetable fall goods like their Maryam Nassir Zadeh shoes (if you can get a pair before they sell out) and cozy winter layers like this Isabel Marant Étoile sweatshirt. Further markdowns, on sale, and clearance items can also be found here.
AHAlife, an eclectic marketplace for home goods and lifestyle products, is having a big storewide sale on items like this sturdy canvas travel bag. Between now and Cyber Monday, you can take an extra 20 percent off storewide, plus get free shipping with the code FRIDAY20.
ABC Carpet & Home
Today through Cyber Monday, ABC Carpet & Home will take an extra 15 percent off furniture, rugs, bed and bath products, lighting, and mirrors with the code GRATEFUL. If you still haven’t ordered one of their dreamy millennial-pink “silk velvet” pillows, now’s your chance.
Kaufmann Mercantile is now offering a 20 percent discount storewide, plus free shipping with the code FRIDAY20. You can shop this roomy origami-style wallet — with compartments for all of your receipts and rewards cards — that caught editor Lauren Schwartzberg’s eye or a sleek brass planter to house your flowers, or save on more of their home goods and apparel.
Brooklinen — the direct-to-consumer bedding and linens company — is having a sale for the next few hours; it’s tiered, meaning that if you spend $250 or more, you get 10 percent off. Spend $350 or more to get 15 percent off, and $450 or more for 20 percent off. Wondering what to get? Our writer Lauren Levy just tried the brand’s linen sheets — and fell in love. Might be a good place to start.
Bed Bath & Beyond
The Black Friday rush has already started at Bed Bath & Beyond, where you can find this Shun Classic seven-inch chef’s knife (one that chef Josh Capon of Bowery Meat Company adores) for $45 off. Among the other deals, these Wamsutta sheets are 60 percent off and this Braun coffeemaker is 20 percent off.
If you’re thinking of investing in a new bed, Bear Mattress is offering a $100 discount on all purchases over $500 (using the code 100BFCM), including this athlete-approved mattress that’s great for easing lower back pain. Splurging on a pricier sleep bundle instead? Use the code 150BFCM to earn a $150 discount on purchases over $1,000.
Take an extra 50 percent off the Outnet’s clearance items. Might we suggest a pair of $63 Sigerson Morrison black suede flats, a pair of $265 Gianvito Rossi black leather flats, a $67 DVF scarf, and a $66 gold Margiela clutch.
Our beauty writer Rio Viera-Newton calls this Missha product a dupe for SK-II’s far pricier essence, and when all Missha products are 40 percent percent off at Soko Glam between November 15 and 30 (use the code MISSHA4U), you might as well throw in another of her fall favorites, the Snail Aqua Cell Renew Sleeping Mask, too.
This flask, which Molly Young declared one of the most Instagrammable gifts out there, is 30 percent off as part of Izola’s site-wide sale.
When you want to experience the most luxurious sleep of your life, look to Parachute’s down-filled mattress topper that made Strat editor Lauren Schwartzberg feel like she was “sleeping on a cloud.” The shape conforms to your body like a memory-foam mattress, keeps you cool at night, and will also be a cool 20 percent off between November 24 and 27 only, with the code SALE17. All products excluding gift cards, gift card sets, and donations will qualify for a discount.
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