Three things are for certain: death, taxes and eBay dropping a tonne of massive Black Friday deals. Oh, and Cyber Monday deals, too. Price cuts are popping up all over the place across laptops, smartphones, headphones, games, TVs and so much more.
Cyber Monday is already kicking off and we’re already seeing savings worthy of your hard-earned money. Not only that, but thanks to the occasional sneaky discount code, you can buy brand new tech at lower prices than anywhere else.
So get your mouse-clicking fingers ready, scroll on down and check out the best eBay Cyber Monday deals happening right now. Make sure you bookmark this page too, as we will be updating it live!
eBay Cyber Monday deals: Quick Links
- Up to 40% off consumer & home tech
- 10% off MacBooks, Xbox, PS4 and more with code BFMAGPIE10
- Up to 15% off smartphones
- Up to £200 off TVs, headphones and speakers
- Up to 20% off headphones and earbuds
- Up to £100 off TVs
eBay Cyber Monday deals 2021
Apple iPad Pro (12.9-inch, M1): was £989 now £889 @ eBay with code MAGPIEBF15
For a prosumer, there’s really no better tablet in Apple’s lineup than the iPad Pro, which received a seriously big turbo boost with an M1 chipset. Right now, you can get £100 off and we recommend getting the 128GB model, to fit all your high capacity creator files on there.
Returnal: was £69.99 now £40.49 @ eBay with code MORESAVINGS
One of the best games of the year just got way cheaper thanks to this discount code! This rogue lite is a fantastically immersive adventure which makes the most of your console's graphical power and controller haptics.
Ghost of Tsushima Director's Cut: was £64.99 now £40.49 @ eBay with code MORESAVINGS
The PS5 upgrade to this awesome Samurai adventure from Sucker Punch game brings 4K visuals and a 60FPS frame rate along with an entire new island to explore.
Geo GeoBook 2e: was £205.44 now £119.99 @ eBay
Do you just need something small and dirt cheap that is able to get the bare essentials done? This 12.5-inch netbook will do the job. The Intel Celeron chip with 4GB of RAM inside may make some eyes roll, but for £85 off, this is a cracking deal, so long as you know what you’re getting here.
Asus Chromebook Flip C433 (refurbished): was £299 now £269 @ eBay
This convertible Chromebook packs plenty of power into a seriously stylish chassis. It comes packed with an Intel Core m3 CPU, 4GB RAM, and 64GB storage, along with a gorgeous FHD display up top and a package that is just 0.6-inches thin.
Apple AirPods Max: was £654 now £429 @ eBay with £20 discount applied
Thanks to an additional £20 discount on top of this saving, you can pick up the high quality AirPods Max over-ear cans at over £200 off. The drivers deliver an amazingly immersive, well-balanced sound in these premium-quality cups for a comfortable listening experience.
Asus ROG Zephyrus G15 (refurbished): was £899 now £774 @ eBay
This is an ideal gaming laptop with plenty of power for people jumping into the world of portable gaming powerhouses. How do I know this? I actually own one! The pairing of AMD Ryzen 7-3750H CPU and GTX 1660Ti handles Forza Horizon 5 well. Multitasking is nailed by 16GB RAM, and the 512GB SSD is nice and fast.
Apple iPhone 12 (refurbished): was £654 now £556 @ eBay with code MUSICMAGPIE20
Music Magpie is back at it again with a 15% discount code, which takes the impressive iPhone 12 down to just £556. The 12MP camera system produces gorgeous shots, the vivid retina display is beautiful and you’ve got access to the huge Apple ecosystem of apps thanks to iOS.
Samsung Galaxy S21 (refurbished): was £564 now £480 @ eBay with code MUSICMAGPIE20
And for the Android alternative, we have the Samsung Galaxy S21 for under £500! That is an absolute steal, given the impressive camera, powerful configuration, gorgeous screen and premium construction available here.
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Jason brought a decade of tech and gaming journalism experience to his role as a writer at Laptop Mag, and he is now the Managing Editor of Computing at Tom's Guide. He takes a particular interest in writing articles and creating videos about laptops, headphones and games. He has previously written for Kotaku, Stuff and BBC Science Focus. In his spare time, you'll find Jason looking for good dogs to pet or thinking about eating pizza if he isn't already.