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Cyber Monday music deals 2021: What you can expect once the sales start

Cyber Monday music deals 2020: All the biggest and baddest Cyber Monday savings, updated live
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We're now into October and that means the big Cyber Monday music deals are on the horizon - bringing with it a host of deals right across the sonic spectrum. This year's massive sales event will take place on Monday, November 29 - a few days after Black Friday kick starts the annual bargain bonanza.

And while the big Cyber Monday music deals are some way off, that hasn't stopped a few retailers cutting the price on some musical must-haves before the sales extravaganza gets under way.

Amazon have turned the savings on the superb Beyerdynamic Amiron Wireless High-End Stereo Headphones up to 11 by reducing them from £699 to £485, while in the US, the shopping giant has cut them from $699 to £579 – a saving of $120.

And for US customers looking for even more bargains, don't forget that Amazon are running their Epic Daily Deals on a wide range of products this month.

In the run up to the Cyber Monday music deals and the day itself, we'll be updating this page with our pick of our favourite items. Also, keep your eyes on our pages dedicated to Black Friday music deals, Black Friday wireless headphones deals, Black Friday Bluetooth speaker deals and Black Friday vinyl deals to find some stellar bargains.

Cyber Monday music deals

Latest Cyber Monday music deals on now (US)

Latest Cyber Monday music deals on now (UK)

Cyber Monday music deals: When is Cyber Monday

Cyber Monday always takes place on the Monday following the Black Friday weekend – and that means this year's Cyber Monday music deals will take place on November 29.

Cyber Monday was added to the sales calendar specifically to offer bargains on tech rather than Black Friday's anything goes approach – and it's become huge, with eager shoppers keeping their eyes peeled to deals on everything from Bluetooth speakers and sleek-looking record players, to over-ear headphones and more.

Here at Louder, we'll be on-hand throughout Cyber Monday keeping you up to date with some of our favourite items on sale.

Cyber Monday music deals: What to expect

With Cyber Monday 2021 arriving on November 29, music fans all over the world will be able to find some amazing bargains – on items such as turntables, speakers, headphones, phone deals, TVs and much more.

Going by past years, we expect companies such as Marshall, Bose, Sony, JBL and more getting in on the action, while sites including Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart, EMP, Currys PC World, and others will be unveiling bargains galore.

For music fans who are also gamers, we expect to see some discounts on last gen consoles such as the Xbox One and PS4/Pro - and perhaps even the Nintendo Switch due to the fact that the new OLED display model has arrived.

How to spot the best Cyber Monday music deals

As you would expect, prices are going to vary across the board so in our experience, it pays to first of all, find out the list price of an item. Doing so will give you all the info you need about exactly how much a retailer is discounting before you take the plunge.

While a price drop might seem like the best offer on the table, some online firms throw in an extra or two to sweeten the deal. For example, some smart speakers could be available with a couple of free smart bulbs, while TV purchases could come with a streaming subscription thrown into the bargain.

We'd also recommend creating a list of products you're looking for and some back-up options just in case the Cyber Monday music deal you're looking for fails to materialise.

Of course, keeping Louder bookmarked will help, as we'll be steering you in the direction of some top deals as and when we find them.

Cyber Monday music deals: Where to find them

There are going to be so many Cyber Monday music deals across the internet on November 29, but along with the sites we mentioned above and keeping you're eyes on Louder, expect John Lewis, Townsend Music, Etsy, Firebox, Converse, Vans and Argos to keep the sales going. 

While it might be tech driven, Cyber Monday always throws up some unexpected surprises. Even if you miss a Black Friday deal, you should find something that appeals on Cyber Monday.

Cyber Monday music deals: Last year's top deals

US deals

Apple AirPods Pro: Were $249, reduced to $199
This was a crazy deal for the top flight AirPods Pros on Amazon US. For fast pairing, clear audio, ace noise cancelling and effortless style, you really don't need to look any further.

Bose QuietComfort 35 II: Were $349, reduced to $349
These industry-leading noise-cancelling headphones are the absolute business when it comes to premium sound, making everything from White Zombie to Whitesnake sound epic. They’re available in black or silver.

JBL Live 650BTNC: Were $199.99, reduced to $129.99
A $70 saving on these JBL - LIVE 650BTNC noise cancelling, over-ear headphones at Best Buy was a great 2020 deal. Great audio quality and a rechargeable battery which will give you 30 hours playback on a single charge. More please!

Audio Technica AT-LP60XBT: Was $252, reduced to $180
This was a smart deal over at Walmart, with loads knocked off the list price. Not only did you get this great turntable, but you also got a vinyl cleaning kit thrown into the bargain.

Metallica watches by Nixon: Were $125, reduced to $10
Nixon's hot-selling range of the Metallica watches were reduced in price by 20% for Cyber Monday last year. Keep your eyes open for these this November - and others in the Metallica range.

Queen: Studio Collection: Was $467, reduced to $368
This 17- disc box set contains all Queen’s studio albums, with each disc pressed on heavyweight 180g coloured vinyl. The set also includes a 108-page hardback book featuring notes on each release, quotes from the band and rare photographs. And what's more, Amazon cut the price by 21% last year and we expect loads of other vinyl bargains during the big sales weekend.

Fender Player Stratocaster: Was $699, reduced to $599
Looking to get that lush David Gilmour tone for less over at guitar Center? This limited-edition black Player Stratocaster is your ticket to sweet Pink Floyd vibes. Strum on, you crazy diamond.

TC Electronic pedals: Were $69, reduced to $39 each
You could grab 11 of TC's well-respected pedals at a hefty discount at Guitar Center in 2020. Chorus, reverb, delay, distortion, drive and overdrive are all included

Vintage Floral Chuck 70: Were $85, reduced to $56
Bright and floral - with a few Fall leaves thrown in for good measure - these throwbacks Chuck 70s are most definitely in season. This new edition takes its inspiration from the good old days of the Seventies and we can’t get enough of them.

Samsung Class 6 Series 4K TV: Was $750, reduced to $220
Go big or go home, right? Well Best Buy went all in with this $220 saving on this gigantic 70-inch Samsung. From 4K film watching to sharp gaming, this was a deal not to be missed.

UK deals

Beats Powerbeats Pro: Were £220, reduced to £159
True wireless earphones are all the rage, and the Beats Powerbeats Pro are right up there with the best of them, combining powerful, balanced sound with a decent nine-hour battery life. They’re great especially for your daily exercise routine: with adjustable, secure-fit ear hooks, sweat and water resistance, and of course no wires, you’ll be able to pump and sweat to your heart’s content.

Apple AirPods Pro: Were £249, reduced to £195
An amazing discount, especially considering AirPods Pros were launched just over a year before this deal went live. If you want fast pairing, clear audio and ace noise cancelling, these are the buds to go for. A nice £54 discount at Laptops Direct.

Beats Studio3: Were £299.95, reduced to £149.95
The Beats Studio3 wireless headphones have been Beats flagship over-ear headphones since their release in 2017 and last year, if you went for the white model, they had an 50% off, while other colours had a 43% discount at Amazon.

Pro-Ject RPM 3 Carbon: Was £699, reduced to £599
There was a head-spinning £100 off the minimalistic Pro-Ject RPM 3 Carbon turntable at AV Online in 2020. It’s a lovely piece of kit and thanks to its design, this will fit into even the smallest spaces.

JBL Boombox: Was £299, reduced to £100
Currys PC World also managed to lop 100 notes from the thunderous JBL Boombox last year. At just 5kg, this speaker is light enough to carry around, yet with a rated loudness of over 100dB – about the same as your local cinema!

Amazon Echo Dot (4th Gen): Was £49.99, reduced to £28.99
If you haven't picked up an Amazon Echo Dot, this is a great place to start, especially with reducing the price by £21 last year. Stream your favourite music, listen to podcasts, fire up Audible and more - all from the comfort of your sofa.

Sonos Playbase: Was £699, reduced to £499
If you've shelled out for a new 4K TV only to discovered the sound needs a boost for movie night or for a late night Call Of Duty session, then take a peek at the Sonos Playbase. It'll fill your room with beautiful sound – and Amazon chopped £200 from the RRP for Cyber Monday.