Currys Cyber Monday sale is live – the best deals T3's team of experts recommends

Currys' Black Cyber Monday is now live – among the great offers our team of experts has selected the very best deals

If you missed the best Black Friday deals then don't worry. Many are still going, but also you're just in time for Cyber Monday. The Currys Cyber Monday sale is now live and in full swing in the UK with deals on pretty much everything imaginable – literally more than 3,000 of them on the site – but you needn't spend an age searching, as the T3 team has done the hard work for you. 

Our expert team has been in the tech game for decades (but we still look so young), so we know good products when we see them – indeed we review hundreds each and every year, as per our How We Test page – and below we've picked out a top selection from Currys' Cyber Monday sales that we see as the current best of the best.

Meta Quest 2: was £399

Meta Quest 2: was £399, now £249 at Currys

While this is Meta's previous-generation headset – it can't do the more advanced augmented reality of the Quest 3 that launched more recently (a long-time T3 freelancer compares Quest 2 to Quest 3 here) – it's still a great route into classic VR. It doesn't need a PC or other setup stations for calibration either, which given this discount makes it great value.

Ring Video Doorbell (2nd Gen): was £99

Ring Video Doorbell (2nd Gen): was £99, now £49.99 at Currys

T3's Tech Editor has been using Ring doorbells for years, having now hard-wired a product to avert any battery-changing requirements, and has found it a game-changer when receiving home deliveries (there's a lot of tech parcels coming and going in this job!). This half-price deal is a no-brainer if you're not yet on the Ring Video Doorbell train. 

Samsung S90C: was £1699

Samsung S90C: was £1699, now £1299 at Currys [with discount code & cashback]

Originally listed at £2999 when first on sale, the Samsung S90C has come way down in price. The current £1699 list price has a £200 discount code (enter 'VISION200OFF' at checkout). Then after your purchase apply for Samsung's £200 cashback promotion and that'll bring this S90C's total down to £1299 – which is very impressive indeed. 

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite (16GB): was £159.99

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite (16GB): was £159.99, now £114 at Currys

If you love reading and don't have the space for shelves of books then Amazon's Kindle series is a great way to read without getting eyestrain. The Paperwhite has a backlight so you can even read in the dark. And this deal better's Amazon's own Cyber Monday discount, making it the best place you can currently buy!

Google Pixel 8: was £699

Google Pixel 8: was £699, now £599 from Currys [with checkout discount code applied]

Add the Pixel 8 to your basket, go right through to the end of the checkout phase, then enter code PIXEL100 for a £100 discount applied there and then. No waiting for cashback, no tomfoolery, just a solid exclusive deal from Currys.

Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K:   was £59.99

Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K:  was £59.99, now £34.99 at Currys

The Amazon Fire TV 4K gives you access to a whole host of streaming services, including Netflix, Disney+, Apple TV and, but of course, Amazon's own Prime Video service. It's super fast and features great wireless internet connectivity for seamless use and great visuals. Currys is price-matching Amazon's own discount. 

Sony WH-1000XM5: was £349

Sony WH-1000XM5: was £349, now £279 at Currys

A T3 team favourite, one that gained the 2022 T3 Award for the Best Noise-Cancelling Headphones, Sony's 5-star product is no doubt among the best-of-best active noise-cancelling headphone you can buy. More recent rivals, such as the Bose QC Ultra Headphones, cost much more – so to see Sony cut the price is a most welcome deal. 

Sony PS5: was £479 now £389 at Currys

Sony PS5: was £479 now £389 at Currys
Even with the PS5 slim on the way, this is a great deal for the original model. This is the more expensive disk drive edition too, so you can still play all of your old PS4 games. The PS5 though is a revolutionary bit of gaming kit. 

Google Pixel 7: was £599

Google Pixel 7: was £599, now £299.50 at Currys

No one does Android like Google and the Pixel 7 is no exception. This price actually makes it even cheaper than the Google Pixel 7a. The Tensor G2 chip is a powerhouse processor. If you're after an affordable Android phone you won't find a better option.

Ninja Foodi MAX Dual Zone:  was £269

Ninja Foodi MAX Dual Zone: was £269, now £179 at Currys

T3's Home Editor loves this air fryer – which was awarded 5-stars in T3's Ninja Foodi MAX review – because it's large capacity and can "cook two foods, two ways, yet finish at the same time – with perfect results". Air fryers have really blown up in 2023 (not literally, phew), and as T3's best air fryer guide details, there are lots of options to pick from.


ASUS ROG Ally: was £699, now £599 at Currys

Take a powerful gaming PC and squeeze it into a handheld and you've got the ROG Ally. This model features a gorgeous Full HD 7-inch touchscreen, 16GB of RAM and 512GB of SSD storage. It comes with a solid £100 off the list price, too, which makes it more of a bargain than buying one of the best gaming laptops!

LG OLED C3 55in:  was £1,899

LG OLED C3 55in: was £1,899, now £1,299 at Currys

T3's Staff Writer has already written about this champion £600 off the 2023 LG C3 OLED TV because finally the current gen of LG's best TVs are dropping in price (and the earlier C2 model is now hard to find in this size). It's been in-house reviewed by T3's Tech Editor, too, and is clearly a contender for one of the best OLED TVs that 2023 has to offer.

While the T3 team has hand-picked these Currys deals, you may find these prices are also matched by other retailers. Check out the shopping widgets below to see real-time pricing and other retailer offerings.

And let's not forget: during the Cyber Monday sales we'll likely see flash deals on various products and price fluctuations based on stock volumes. So if you see a deal that sings to you, the general advice is to buy before you cannot...

Mike Lowe
Tech Editor

Mike is the Tech Editor and AV Editor at He's been writing about consumer technology for 15 and, as a phones expert, has seen hundreds of handsets over the years – swathes of Android devices, a smattering of iPhones, and a batch of Windows Phone products (remember those?). But that's not all, as a tech aficionado his beat for T3 also covers tablets, laptops, gaming, home cinema, TVs, speakers and more – there's barely a stone unturned that he's not had a hand on. Previously the Reviews Editor at Pocket-lint for a 10 years, he's also provided work for publications such as Wired, The Guardian, Metro, and more. In addition to his tech knowledge, Mike is also a flights and travel expert, having travelled the globe extensively. You'll likely find him setting up a new mobile phone, critiquing the next MacBook, all while planning his next getaway... or cycling somewhere.

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