Grab your credit cards and get your fingers ready — if you happened to miss Black Friday, Cyber Monday is here to give you a second chance to take advantage of great shopping deals. Go ahead and stock up on gifts for all your friends and family at some amazing prices. While you’re at it, treat yourself to a thing or two; we won’t tell.

CYBER MONDAY DEALS

1. Ring Video Doorbell 2 with Echo Dot ($139, was $249): Keep your home smarter and safer with a Ring Video Doorbell and Echo Dot combo. Monitor your doorway with on-demand video and audio, answer the door from wherever you are, and send announcements to your Echo devices any time there is motion detected.

2. littleBits Marvel Avengers Hero Inventor Kit ($100, was $150): Teach kids how to code and build their own superhero gear, fit for the Avengers. The kit includes electronic building blocks, LED Matrix, sound effects, plastic pieces, stickers, and a battery.

3. Philips Sonicare HealthyWhite+ Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush ($100): Keep your teeth and gums healthy with an electric toothbrush that will do half the work for you.

4. Philips Hue White Ambiance Smart Bulb Starter Kit ($100, was $150): Replace any harsh lighting in your home with soft white lights that can be controlled remotely or paired with a smart home device.

5. Mouse Trap Game ($14. was $25): Relive this classic game by collecting cheese, building a mouse trap bit by bit, and trying to catch other players’ mice.

6. Contigo Autoseal Transit Stainless Steel Travel Mug ($14, was $25): You won’t worry about coffee spills with this insulated, leak- and spill-proof travel mug.

7. Hyper Pet K9 Kannon K2 Ball Launcher Dog Toys ($15, was $39): Keep up with your pooch’s energy with this ball launcher, which will save your throwing arm hours of strain.

8. Kindle Paperwhite E-Reader ($80, was $140): Travel light and bring an entire library with you with this slim, glare-free e-reader.

9. Yes To Cucumbers Face Kit ($21): Stay cool as a cucumber with a calming face kit, which includes a gel cleanser, moisturizer, and eye gel.

10. LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Avengers: Infinity War Sanctum ($65, was $100): This detailed LEGO kit, which includes five Infinity War mini figures and a three-level New York City building, will have kids of all ages entertained for hours.

11. Dyson Pure Cool Link TP02 Wi-Fi Enabled Air Purifier ($269, was $500): Breathe easy with this air purifier that also doubles as a fan.

12. Fire TV Cube ($60, was $120): Enjoy TV watching hands-free with this streaming media player simply by asking Alexa to play what you want. You can also control other compatible smart home devices.

13. Rivet Caden Adjustable Task Table Lamp ($36, was $50): Add a little mid-century touch to your workspace with this black-and-brass table lamp.

14. DASH Compact Electric Air Fryer + Oven Cooker ($50, was $70): Enjoy French fries without the guilt — you can fry up all your favorite foods with 70 to 80 percent less fat using air crisp technology.

15. Operation Skill Game ($11, was $20): This classic game will have you feeling nostalgic for your childhood days.

16. Nutri Ninja Blender with FreshVac Technology ($60, was $130): Be a ninja in the kitchen with this one-touch blender designed to extract and preserve nutrients from whole fruits and veggies.

17. Baebody Eye Gel ($13, was $24): Banish dark circles and puffiness with this morning and night eye gel.

18. Dyson V6 Motorhead Cord Free Vacuum (Certified Refurbished) ($150, was $230): Finally, a powerful vacuum at a price that doesn’t suck.

19. Vitamix 5300 Blender (Certified Refurbished) ($250, was $360): This certified refurbished Vitamix has been tested to work like new and comes with a 90-day warranty. Go ahead and grind nuts and coffee or make soups and ice creams in seconds.

BLACK FRIDAY WEEKEND DEALS

1. Amazon Fire Stick With Alexa Remote ($35, regularly $50): Watch movies and TV in 4K across all of your favorite digital and streaming platforms. You’ll also get three free months of Amazon Music Unlimited with purchase.

2. Plantronics BackBeat GO 810 Wireless Headphones ($120, regularly $150): Noise-canceling, 22 hours of battery life, and cushioned ear pieces — you’ll be able to listen to all your favorite tunes in comfort.

3. Portal from Facebook ($150, regularly $200): This smart camera will change the way you video chat; it will move and widen the frame along with you so you no longer have to be stuck directly in front of the camera. It also has Alexa built in for easy, hands-free calling.

4. Nip + Fab Glycolic Fix Daily Cleansing Pads ($7, was $13): Keep your skin looking bright and fresh with these exfoliating cleansing pads. They’re soaked in glycolic acid to re-texture, hyaluronic acid to moisturize, and blue daisy to soothe your skin.

5. Bose SoundLink Micro Bluetooth Speaker ($69, was $99): This tiny waterproof speaker packs a punch with great sound. Play it at home, or toss it in your bag as a travel buddy.

Anova Culinary Sous Vide Precision Cooker

6. Anova Culinary Sous Vide Precision Cooker ($99, was $199): Test out some new recipes in the kitchen with this precision cooker, and you’re bound to impress everyone with some chef-level dishes.

Amazon Fire 10 Tablet

7. Fire HD 10 Tablet with Alexa ($100, was $150): This tablet has Alexa built in, so you can watch a movie, read a book, get the news, play music, call a friend, and more (hands-free).

8. 23andMe DNA Test ($129, was $199): Find out everything from your ancestry to genetic health risks to traits with this at-home DNA test.

Instant Pot DUO80

9. Instant Pot DUO80 8 Qt 7-in-1 Multi-Use Programmable Pressure Cooker ($98, was $140): This eight-quart Instant Pot has 14 smart programs to help make stew, soup, porridge, yogurt, and more.

10. TETHYS Tempered Glass Screen Protector ($6, was $30): Spend a few dollars on a screen protector now to save yourself hundreds in the future when you (inevitably) drop your phone.

Anker PowerCore 10000 charger

11. Anker PowerCore 10000 Power Bank ($32): This portable charger provides three high-speed charges; you’ll never have to go to low power mode again.

12. Vera Wang Embrace Body Mist ($6): Use this body mist, which has a light green tea and pear blossom scent, to start your day off on the right foot.

13. AmazonBasics Nylon Braided Lightning to USB A Cable ($13): Maintain some flexibility while you’re charging your phone with this durable, six-foot-long lightning cable.

14. Wilton 2104-2629 Preferred Cookie Press ($25): Take your holiday cookie game up a notch and make 12 different shapes with this easy-to-use press.

15. AmazonBasics 6-Piece Nonstick Bakeware Set ($25): If you’re in the mood for cookies, cakes, or muffins, this six-piece nonstick set will have the tools you need.

16. DeLonghi Nespresso Inissia Original Espresso Machine with Aeroccino Milk Frother ($100, was $199): Be your own barista with this bundle, and enjoy a pro-level cappuccino or latte right at home.

17. Active Wow Teeth Whitening Charcoal Powder ($20, was $30): Go ahead and have that extra cup of coffee (or wine); this whitening charcoal powder will help keep your teeth pearly white.

18. e.l.f. Cosmetics Hydrating Bubble Mask ($9, was $12): This mask has deep-cleaning bubbles to leave your skin feeling hydrated and soft.

19. S’well Stainless Steel Water Bottle ($26, was $35): You can never have too many stylish, reusable water bottles.

leggings depot leggings

20. Leggings Depot Leggings ($13): Grab these soft, stretchy leggings to stay comfortable this Thanksgiving weekend and every weekend after.

nivea pamper time

21. Nivea Luxury Collection 5 Piece Gift Set ($13, was $25): Pamper your skin with this five-piece set, which includes two body lotions, a rich creme, a body wash, and moisture lip care.

asavea charcoal blask mask

22. AsaVea Peel-Off Charcoal Black Mask ($16): Give your pores a deep clean with an activated charcoal mask.

23. Tuft & Needle Queen Mattress ($595): Replace your old mattress with a supportive, adaptive foam one.

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