Cyber Monday record player deals 2022: There are still bargains up for grabs

Cyber Monday record player deals 2022
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And just like that, Black Friday and Cyber Monday are over for another year. But if you missed out, there's still time to grab a something from the big Cyber Weekend record player sales - but you'd best be quick as these are bound to disappear soon. 

One of our favourite weekend deals is still live, and that a neat 25% saving on the House Of Marley Stir It Up turntable, which is still on sale at Amazon for £149.99 (opens in new tab) - that’s down from its original price of £199.99.

Check out our guide below to bag yourself a great record player deal.

Cyber Monday record player deals: Quick links

Cyber Monday record player deals: US deals

Victrola Premiere V1: Was (opens in new tab)

Victrola Premiere V1: Was $499.99, now $349.99 (opens in new tab)
The V1 is an all-in-one turntable with internal stereo speakers and Bluetooth capabilities. There’s an S1 wireless subwoofer to give you a great audio experience and there’s $150 off right now at BestBuy.

Victrola Revolution Go: Was (opens in new tab)

Victrola Revolution Go: Was $199.99, now $149.99 (opens in new tab)
Victrola’s Revolution Go is aptly named as it’s the world’s first rechargable portable Bluetooth record player. Ideal for a camping trip as much as a party with friends... and BestBuy have it for sale with $50 off.

Crosley Voyager: Was (opens in new tab)

Crosley Voyager: Was $99.95, now $49.95 (opens in new tab)
BestBuy have spun $50 off the price of this all-in-one record player from Crosley. You can, of course, plug in your speakers but there’s also a built in speaker for quick use. A great option for those new to vinyl.

Sony Bluetooth turntable: Was (opens in new tab)

Sony Bluetooth turntable: Was $249.99, now $199.99 (opens in new tab)
Less than $200 for a Bluetooth Sony turntable is a great price - and means you can connect your speakers or headphones without any hassle. Simple to use and with Sony’s track record on audio gear, this is unmissable. As an added bonus, you'll also get free Apple TV+ for 3 months.

Cyber Monday record player deals: UK deals

House Of Marley Stir It Up: Was (opens in new tab)

House Of Marley Stir It Up: Was £199.99, now £149.99 (opens in new tab)
We’re big fans of House of Marley’s products here at Louder thanks to their sustainable philosophy and their top notch audio delivery. Grab the brilliant Stir It Up turntable at Amazon with £50 off this Cyber Monday.

Audio-Technica AT-LP3BK: Was (opens in new tab)

Audio-Technica AT-LP3BK: Was £249.99, now £217.67 (opens in new tab)
This belt-driven turntable is a cracking record player for the money, and there’s 13% off right now on Amazon. It’s light weight and although there’s no Bluetooth connectivity, it would make an ideal starter record player.

Sony PSLX310BT: Was (opens in new tab)

Sony PSLX310BT: Was £249, now £229 (opens in new tab)
There’s a £20 saving on this Sony turntable at right now and it’s definitely worth a closer look. It’s Bluetooth enabled, has a built-in phono pre-amp and looks the business. 

When do the Cyber Monday record player deals start?

This year's Cyber Monday takes place on November 28 . Once an America-only event, the rise in internet shopping habits in particular means that just about everyone gets involved these days. It's a day of discounts that was traditionally given over to the more techy side of things. As with previous years, we expect to see price drops in the days and weeks leading up to the big sales event.

Cyber Monday record player deals: What to expect

Cyber Monday record player deals are going to be everywhere around November 28 and we're expecting turntable deals galore from audio masters such as Sony, Rega, Audio-Technica, House Of Marley, ION, Victrola and more.

Deals can drop at any time, day or night while some stock could be limited and only stick around for a matter of hours. If you have a product in mind and you see it on sale, we suggest picking it up straight away to avoid disappointment. 

Spotting the best Cyber Monday record player deals

Here at Louder, we'll keep you up to date on the best Cyber Monday record player deals we spot, bringing you the best products at the best prices, right here on this page. 

But what should you be looking for as you shop? We recommend first finding the original RRP of the turntable you're looking for. Then you'll be able to see at a glance just how much of a deal you're actually getting. 

Some record player deals will be cut by just a handful of pounds or dollars, while others could be reduced in price dramatically. Others might also come with added bells and whistles. We'll keep you up to date on all the best Black Friday record player deals.

We expect to see the likes of Amazon, Argos, John Lewis, Very, Best Buy, Walmart and AV Online to all chop chunks of change from their turntable stock. Keep Louder bookmarked so you don't miss any of the action.

Cyber Monday record player deals: How to prepare

With so many Cyber Monday record players deals coming down the pipe, to grab the top choice bargains, it really does pay to do a little prep work before you wade into the sales. We recommend creating a list of the turntables you're on the hunt for along with a list of backup options - just in case that shiny bit of kit you're after fails to materialise in this year's Cyber Monday record player deals. 

Look out for price drops on turntables such as Rega's excellent Planar 3, plus the Technics SL-1500C and the Cambridge Audio Alva T. If we see something special, we’ll let you know right here. If you want to do any more research, we'd recommend checking out our dedicated buyer's guides, below.

Cyber Monday record player deals: Last year's deals

All the Cyber Monday record player deals are still to spin their way through, but before the sales weekend gets under way, it might be useful to see some of the turntable bargains that caught our eye last year. We're very much hoping we see similar price drops - or even better ones - when everything kicks off in November.

Last year's US deals

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Audio-Technica AT-LP60XBT/cleaning kit: $72 saving
This epic bundle originally cost $281.99, but was then dropped to $209.99 at Walmart. Not only did you get our top-rated Bluetooth turntable (in killer red finish) at a lower price, but Walmart also threw in a Knox Gear Vinyl Record Cleaner to ensure your vinyl remained in tip-top shape.

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Audio-Technica AT-LP60XBT + speakers: $85 saving
When you decide to go down the Bluetooth turntable route, it's important to also figure out what Bluetooth gear you need - whether that's headphones or a decent set of speakers. This bundle made that decision easy by adding a pair of Microlab Pro1BT Professional Bookshelf Active Powered Monitor Speakers into the mix. This package would usually cost $364.60, but last year you could take it home for $279.99 at Walmart.

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ION Audio Max LP turntable: From $89.99 to $69.99
This Amazon deal went down well with music fans. The ION Audio Max LP ticks a lot of boxes and is was available for just $69.99 in the US. UK customers weren't left out either, with the same turntable cut to £62.

Victrola Vintage Bluetooth: Was $59.99, now $52.65 (opens in new tab)

Victrola Vintage Bluetooth: Was $59.99, now $52.65 (opens in new tab)
This vintage-look suitcase-style Bluetooth turntable is great value. Victrola is well-known for its quality budget decks, and here you get a 3-speed belt-driven model, complete with built-in speakers that you can also stream music from your smart device through. What's more, the suitcase design means you can take it anywhere!

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Fluance RT80 Turntable: From $299.99 to $199.99
You can't argue with $100 off a quality deck at Walmart. Fluance is well-known for packing a lot into its budget turntables, and the RT80 HiFi is no exception. The deck comes with a high performance Audio-Technica cartridge for added clarity, while the diamond-tipped stylus improves tracking on your records. More this year please!

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Crosley Voyager: From $99.95 to $49.95
Best Buy cut 50 bucks from the price of the neat, three speed, portable Voyager turntable. This would make a great gift for someone taking their first steps into vinyl and at this price, it was a steal.

Last year's UK deals

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Denon DP-29F: From £149 to £99.99
This Denon belt-drive deck is fully automatic meaning, once you've removed your record from its sleeve and placed it on your deck, simply push a button and the record player does the rest - even returning to its original position once the record ends. When it comes to build, the turntable's body is a single piece of aluminium, matching style with strength. There's was £50 off at Currys last Black Friday.

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1 By One turntable w/speakers: From £219 to £186.99
This Bluetooth turntable comes packed with two 35 Watt speakers, making this a neat package - especially when you consider it has a phono pre-amp and can convert your vinyl to digital. A great starter set, there was 15% off at Amazon in November last year.

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Sony PSHX500: From £309 to £269
Any money off one our top turntable picks was worth considering. Don't believe us? Just take a look at our 4 star Sony PSHX500 review (opens in new tab). The simple, sleek design makes the ideal centrepiece to your music listening mothership, while a built-in phono stage means it's ready to rock. Very has this deal last year.

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Victrola VSC-550BT: From £120.86 to £84
The Victrola VSC-550BT sits at no.2 in our list of the best portable record players because it’s a great value product for budding vinyl enthusiasts and it can also be connected to external speakers for extra oomph! This was a nice saving on Amazon.

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Sony PSHX500: From £299 to £269
Amazon cut £30 off the price of the Sony PSHX500. This belt-driven system can convert your vinyl to high res audio and as you would expect from Sony, it’s a sleek bit of kit.

Sony PS-LX310BT Bluetooth Turntable: £200 (opens in new tab)

Sony PS-LX310BT Bluetooth Turntable: £200, £194 (opens in new tab)
One of our top picks for best Bluetooth turntable (opens in new tab), this deck from Sony might not have a huge discount right now, but we'd pay full price for this one, so any money off is all right with us. Pairing with your Bluetooth sound bar or headphones is a breeze, while the built-in phono preamp (opens in new tab) means connecting to wired speakers is child's play. Buy from Amazon.

Roberts RT100 Belt Drive: Was (opens in new tab)

Roberts RT100 Belt Drive: Was £259, now £229 (opens in new tab)
Save £30 on this natural finish belt drive record player (opens in new tab) from the company best-known for DAB radios. The built-in preamp is a nice touch, while the ability to convert your vinyl into digital format for listening away from home is an added bonus. Buy now from Currys.

Ion Audio Max LP record player: £74.99 (opens in new tab)

Ion Audio Max LP record player: £74.99, £62 (opens in new tab)
Ion Audio is well know for its budget turntables (opens in new tab), and this option - especially at this price through Amazon - is no exception. It's no-frills on the features front, but that means this stripped-back deck delivers everything you need in the sound department. Connect to external speakers, or utilise the compact built-in speakers for even greater convenience.

ION Audio Air LP: Was £99 (opens in new tab)

ION Audio Air LP: Was £99, now £80.75 (opens in new tab)
Want the pleasure of listening to vinyl but without the hassle of a complicated setup? If you already own a Bluetooth speaker or pair of Bluetooth wireless headphones, the Air LP can connect directly to them through magic the power of Bluetooth, with up to a 10 metre range. Not only that, but it can also connect with your computer via USB so you can digitize your wax collection.

Scott looks after and updates Louder’s online buyer’s guides and also scouts out the best deals for music fans from every corner of the internet. He's spent more than 28 years in newspapers and magazines as an editor, production editor, sub-editor, designer, writer and reviewer. Scott joined our news desk in the summer of 2014, where he wrote extensively about rock, metal, prog and more, before moving to the eCommerce team full-time in 2020. Scott has previous written for publications including IGN, Sunday Mirror, Daily Record and The Herald covering everything from daily news and weekly features, to video games, travel and whisky.

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