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We've rounded up all the best Cyber Monday deals still live on Nov. 29 — here are our top picks:

Attention Cyber Monday shoppers: Lots of deals from the big day are still live on Tuesday, Nov. 29. You could attempt to sort through everything yourself, but we saved you some time and rounded up many of the best deals you can still shop. We even categorized them for you.

Sure, many of those too-good-to-be-true deals are no longer around — like the $1 per month Peacock subscription — but there are plenty of ways you can still save money this holiday season. Here are our top picks for the best Cyber Monday deals still live on Nov. 29.

Best tech deal

Why we like it

See our full review of the Samsung Galaxy Buds Live.

We still can't get over this insane deal on the Samsung Galaxy Buds Live. Cyber Monday savings dropped the price of these buds from a previous low of $69 down to just $49 — and at the time of writing, the deal is still live at Walmart. The Buds Live are a solid choice for Samsung lovers looking for AirPods Pro alternatives, complete with excellent sound quality, a snug fit, and in-app customization options. While not the latest and greatest in Samsung's lineup, they still shine where it matters.

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Best home deal

Why we like it

We're big fans of Le Creuset Dutch ovens here at Mashable. While they do run a bit pricey, they stand the test of time. Seriously — we bet you'll find Le Creuset cookware from decades past in your grandma's kitchen. Still on sale in over 10 different color varieties for $50 off, this 5.25-quart Dutch oven is a soup season staple.

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Floor care

Check out all of the robot vacuum deals still live for Cyber Monday.

Best streaming deal

Why we like it

It may seem like a fluke since the home page says this Paramount+ deal is only live until Nov. 28, but sure enough, on Nov. 29, you can still score 50% off Essential and Premium annual subscriptions. It's one of the best streaming services for live sports, but offers plenty more for subscribers. Usually, Essential plans cost $49.99 per year, but you'll pay half that if you take advantage of this Cyber Monday special. Premium subs are typically $99.99 per year, but you can sign up for only $49.99 if you act fast.

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  • Amazon Prime Video — $1.99/month $8.99-10.99/month for 2 months of select channels, including Starz, Showtime, AMC+, and Paramount+; save up to 50% on select purchases and rentals

  • AMC+$1.99/month $8.99/month (save $14) for 2 months

  • HBO Max (With Ads) — $1.99/month $9.99/month (save $24) for 3 months

  • Paramount+ Premium — $49.99 $99.99 (save $50) for your first year

  • Sling TV$30 $40 (save $10) for your first month + free Amazon Fire TV Stick

  • Starz$5/month $8.99/month (save $11.97) for 3 months

  • Vudusave 30% on your first purchase or rental

  • YouTube TV$54.99 $64.99/month (save $139.98) for your first 3 months

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