Amazon's best After-Christmas deals just launched—shop now before they sell out

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This is the most wonderful time of the year for sales. And it’s more fun than ever to shop: Christmas is in the can, and now it’s time for your own personal wishlist.

Amazon’s incredible markdowns across categories just went live. We’re talking mind-boggling deals on tech, kitchen essentials, clothing, self-care goods, video games, and more. It’s the perfect time to replace, refresh, restock—and save a bundle in the process.

We’ve pulled the most epic deals for you below. But as you know, the best of the best won’t wait around. You’ve got to grab the goods while you can. Don’t delay—make your move right now. If you have Amazon Prime, you’ll get free shipping, of course. Not yet a member? No problem. You can sign up for your free 30-day trial here. (And by the way, those without Prime still get free shipping on orders of $25 or more.)

Here are the best after-Christmas sales at Amazon. On your mark…get set…go!


This Sony 65-inch 4K Ultra HD LED TV has it all—epic screen size, amazing image clarity, great audio—and it’s on sale right now from $1,000 to just $798. That’s more than $200 off, and the lowest price we’ve ever seen for this model.

Sony’s state-of-the-art Processor X1 powers this beauty for true-to-life visuals, while HDR (High Dynamic Range) settings make sure colors stay bright and black levels stay dark. “Wonderful! It’s beautiful! I am so excited to have it, and I can’t wait to watch football and hockey,” shared a satisfied Amazon shopper. “I feel like I am in a movie theater.”

Check out more TV deals below:

  • Insignia 24-inch Smart HD TV—Fire TV Edition, $100 (was $150),

  • TCL 32-inch HD Roku Smart LED TV (32S327), $148 (was $190),

  • TCL 40-inch HD Smart LED Roku TV, $200 (was $300),

  • Hisense 50-inch Class R6090G Roku 4K UHD Smart TV, $319 (was $350),

  • Insignia 50-inch Smart 4K Ultra HD—Fire TV Edition, $300 (was $350),

  • Sony XBR-55A9G 55-inch Master Series BRAVIA OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, $1,898 (was $2,300),

  • Sony X800H 65-inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV, $798 (was $1,000),

  • Samsung 75-inch Class QLED Q70T Series 4K Ultra HD LED Quantum Smart TV, $1,598 (was $2,200),


The Samsung Galaxy Tab A, a 10-inch tablet that’s the first real alternative to the iPad, is on sale for $51 off right now—down to just $229—a fraction of the cost of an iPad. Its 10-inch display has a full HD widescreen for immersive viewing (the iPad is not widescreen at all). It’s lightweight (just over a pound) and boasts 64GB of storage—expandable up to a whopping 512GB via microSD card (the entry level iPad has only 32GB of storage, which is not expandable.

Shoppers who have experienced both had good things to say about the Samsung Galaxy Tab A.

“The iPad is bulky and, in spite of being an ‘Air’ model, it’s a bit heavy to lug around. And, as with any Apple product, eventually the battery life becomes ridiculously short,” wrote a five-star Amazon reviewer. “This Galaxy has been a lifesaver. The battery life is amazing, the tablet is lightweight and, because it’s a tablet and not a reader dedicated to a single company, I have the Nook, Kindle, Kobo and Google Play apps all working well, so I can choose my next book from whichever library I want.”

Check out more tablet deals below:

  • Apple iPad (10.2-inch, Wi-Fi, 128GB), $395 (was $428),

  • Apple iPad Pro (12.9-inch, Wi-Fi, 256GB), $999 (was $1,099),

  • Apple iPad Pro (11-inch, Wi-Fi, 256GB), $829 (was $899),

  • Samsung Galaxy Tab A (10.1-inch, 64GB), $229 (was $279),

  • Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 (10.4-inch, Wi-Fi, 32GB), $150 (was $230),

  • Google Pixel 3a XL (64GB), $336 (was $479),

  • JamJake Stylus Pen for iPad, $34 (was $47),

  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 (128GB), $500 (was $650),


Right now, these fantastic wireless SonyNoise-Canceling Headphones are on sale for $123, down from $248. That’s more than 50 percent off.

Enjoy crisp, clear audio thanks to Sony’s ‘Extra Bass’ technology; it really brings music and podcasts to life. ‘Touch Sensor’ controls make it easy to play, pause, skip tracks, control volume, and more with just a tap or swipe on the ear cup. You can even answer calls with a tap.

“These Sony headphones are some of the best wireless headphones I’ve used,” raved a five-star Amazon reviewer. “They’re really comfortable, have lots of bass and fold up for travel. I always opt for the noise-canceling mode, and it blocks out everything. My wife has to throw a couch pillow at me to get my attention ,and by the time I look up she’s already in irritated mode, so I can tell she’s been yelling my name for at least a minute.”

Check out more headphone deals below:

  • Sony Noise Cancelling Headphones WHCH710N, $88 (was $200),

  • Bose QuietComfort 35 II Wireless Bluetooth Headphones, $269 (was $299),

  • Sony MDRZX110NC Noise Cancelling Headphones, $28 (was $69),

  • Bose Sports Wired In-Ear Headphones, $99 (was $129),

  • Vankyo C750 Bluetooth Headphones, $40 (was $60),

  • Beats Solo Pro Wireless Noise Cancelling On-Ear Headphones, $180 (was $300),

  • COWIN E7 PRO Active Noise Cancelling Headphones, $70 (was $90),

  • Sony WH1000XM4/B Bluetooth Noise Cancellation Wireless Over-Ear Headphones, $278 (was $349),


Down from $249 to just $199, the legendary Apple AirPods Pro are the best-in-class wireless earbuds you deserve, after having made it through 2020. These pro-level buds earned a perfect five-star rating from more than 94,500 Amazon shoppers. For audio quality, fit, and comfort, they are unparalleled. Amazon has knocked $50 off the price. And the latest model is even better than prior iterations. Now’s your chance.

Said a thrilled Amazon shopper, “WOW…I’m so glad Apple came out with these and that I waited to splurge on headphones. The sound is beautiful, the fit is perfect. I literally just got these out the box and I fell in love! I have always been an Apple product lover. Well worth the wait!”

Check out more earbud deals below:

  • Apple AirPods with Wired Charging Case, $125 (was $159),

  • Apple AirPods with Wireless Charging Case, $160 (was $199),

  • Apple AirPods Pro, $199 (was $249),

  • Samsung Galaxy Buds Live, $139 (was $170),

  • Samsung Galaxy Buds, $79 (was $130),

  • Sony MDREX15AP In-Ear Earbud Headphones, $10 (was $20),

  • Otium Wireless Earbuds, $23 (was $37),

  • Vogek Earbuds, $7 (was $16),

  • Mpow Flame Lite Wireless Earbuds Sport, $30 (was $50),

Work from home

Soothe an achy neck and back after a long day hunched over a laptop. This Naipo Shiatsu Back and Neck Massager—on sale for just $60 from $100—drapes comfortably on neck and shoulders like a scarf and delivers deep warmth as it massages muscles. Bliss—and Amazon shoppers love it.

“I suffer from a bunch of migraines caused by a stressful job. First impression: this is way sturdier and bigger than I figured it would’ve been,” shared a delighted Amazon reviewer. “I used it to help ease some of the knots and tension I carry in my shoulders and neck….I’m very impressed…I think this thing will save me money and help my tension headaches. Treat yo self.”

Check out more work from home deals below:

  • Asus F512DA-EB51 VivoBook 15 Thin And Light Laptop, $520 (was $550),

  • HP 17.3-inch Laptop, $738 (was $849),

  • Laptop Desk for Bed, $57 (was $67),

  • Gosund Smart Power Strip Work, $19 (was $22),

  • Hbada Office Task Desk Chair, $129 (was $170),

  • Everlasting Comfort Office Foot Rest Under Desk, $33 (was $40),

  • Desk York Adjustable Laptop Stand, $45 (was $70),

  • Posture Corrector, $20 (was $30),

  • Oniou Percussion Massager Gun, $93 (was $110),

Smart home

The Fire TV Stick Lite is on sale from $30 to just $18—the all-time lowest price ever, and an amazing deal for a streamer. It’s easy to set up: It plugs into just about any HD TV’s HDMI ports, syncs to Wifi, and then provides access to hundreds of streaming apps and channels, including Netflix, YouTube, Prime Video, HBO, Starz, Showtime, and more. If you’re looking to “cut the cord” with a cable provider, this is perfect.

“I admit that the thought of cutting off cable caused me actual emotional pain,” shared an Amazon shopper. “But so did paying that cable bill. The Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite delivers everything I need for TV viewing. I am not missing cable at all! I am so happy that this technology is available and delivers television viewing in a remarkably easy and painless way at such an affordable cost. Now, what to do with that $120 extra per month?”

And for anyone wondering: The Fire TV Stick Lite is exactly the same as the standard Fire TV Stick, with a different remote (this remote has Alexa voice assistant built-in, but it doesn’t have TV on and off or volume controls).

Check out more smart home deals below:

  • Echo Show 5, $45 (was $90),

  • TP-Link N300 Wi-Fi Extender, $20 (was $30),

  • Fire TV Stick Lite, $18 (was $30),

  • Goowls Outdoor Security Camera, $44 (was $60),

  • Goowls Wi-Fi Camera, $24 (was $30),

  • Victure HD Pet Camera, $26 (was $40),

  • Fire TV Stick 4K, plus one-year subscription to Food Network Kitchen, $40 (was $70),

  • Echo Dot (3rd Gen), $25 (was $40),

  • Echo Flex, $10 (was $25),

  • Fire TV Cube, $100 (was $120),

Robot vacuums

The eufy BoostIQ RoboVac 11S (Slim) is on sale right now for just $150 from $230. The slim, 2.85-inch tall body glides under furniture seamlessly for a thorough vacuuming every time—and has the power to clean hardwood floors, carpets, and tiles with ease. Its BoostIQ feature automatically increases suction as needed, and its high-capacity battery delivers up to 100 minutes of running time. The price is amazing, so if you’ve been dreaming of an affordable robo vac, your time has come.

“This is great! I went from having piles of pet hair on the floor to none at all,” wrote a delighted five-star reviewer. “It is mind-blowing how eufy finds all of this pet hair and dust. My allergies have been reduced by 90 percent. It has truly changed my life, and I didn’t need to spend $800+.”

Check out more robot vacuum deals below:

  • Shark IQ Robot Self-Empty XL RV1001AE, Robotic Vacuum, $400 (was $550),

  • iRobot Roomba i3 (3150) Wi-Fi Connected Robot Vacuum Vacuum, $299 (was $400),

  • Neato Robotics D4 Laser Guided Smart Robot Vacuum, $300 (was $430),

  • Yeedi K650 Robot Vacuum, $130 (was $200),

  • Bissell CleanView Connect Robotic Vacuum, $200 (was $300),

  • eufy BoostIQ RoboVac 15C Max, $176 (was $280),

  • iRobot Roomba i6+ (6550) Robot Vacuum with Automatic Dirt Disposal, $550 (was $800),

  • eufy by Anker RoboVac G30 Robot Vacuum, $230 (was $320),

  • iRobot Roomba 675 Robot Vacuum, $229 (was $280),

  • Roborock E4 Robot Vacuum Cleaner, $200 (was $300),

Video games

The new Xbox was just released a few weeks ago, but it’s hard to come by titles that are on sale… or it was until now. In its post-Christmas sale, Amazon has knocked $9 off NBA 2K21 for Xbox Series X—it’s down to $61. The game features all 30 NBA teams and players, including Zion Williamson, Damian Lillard, LeBron James, Anthony Davis, Steph Curry, James Harden, and Gordon Hayward.

NBA 2K21 has all the gameplay you want, from multi-player online to one-on-one (you versus the game itself). For the first time ever, it features WNBA teams as well, with players like Brittney Griner, Elena Delle Donne, Liz Cambag, and Nneka Ogwumike. Right now, the price is right.

Check out more video game deals below:

  • LEGO Disney Pixar’s The Incredibles (Nintendo Switch), $20 (was $40),

  • Sid Meier’s Civilization VI (PC), $28 (was $60),

  • WD 2TB Gaming Drive, $70 (was $90),

  • Marvel’s Spider-Man: Game of The Year Edition (PS4), $20 (was $40),

  • Logitech G920 Dual-Motor Feedback Driving Force Racing Wheel, $250 (was $400),

  • PGA Tour 2K21 (Nintendo Switch), $40 (was $60),

  • Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition Hits (PS4), $10 (was $20),

  • Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare (PS4), $11 (was $40),

  • Darksiders III (Xbox One), $19 (was $60),


If one of your resolutions for 2021 is to eat healthier, a great places to start is with high-protein smoothies. Need a powerful blender to make that happen? The Calphalon ActiveSense—now $90 off at Amazon—fits the bill. The 1200-watt motor makes quick work of fruits, veggies and ice, transforming them into thick, creamy smoothies. Want to serve frozen drinks, or make a delicious salsa for dipping? This blender can do that too, at the touch of a button.

Said one thrilled reviewer: “Fantastic quality and blending capability….The touchscreen display is very easy to use and offers different levels of speed and a pulse mode. I have used this to blend soup, make smoothies and just as a test, I’ve crushed up a whole pack of Oreos in it (something I would usually use a food processor for). It did a FANTASTIC job with the Oreos…This blender ended up replacing two countertop appliances since it comes with the smoothie cup attachment… The blender materials are good quality and right on point with the other high-end blenders I’ve owned.”

Check out more kitchen deals below:

  • Anova Culinary AN500-US00 Sous Vide Precision Cooker, $139 (was $199),

  • Cusibox Toaster 4 Slice, $60 (was $80),

  • Ninja Professional 72 Oz Countertop Blender, $80 (was $100),

  • Dash DFAF455GBRD01 Deluxe Electric Air Fryer, $80 (was $100),

  • Rubbermaid Easy Find Vented Lids Food Storage Containers, $26 (was $35),

  • Kitchen Utensil Set 24 Nylon and Stainless Steel Utensil Set, $18 (was $25),

  • Dorothy rapid cold brewer, $50 (was $70),


If you’re battling with breakage, thinning, or just hair loss in general, make sure to try the Pura D’Or Gold Label shampoo. It’s made with a blend of ingredients specifically designed to help those experiencing hair loss (both women and men). The mix of Argan oil, nettle extract, red seaweed, and more is safe, gentle, and hydrating on even the driest strands.

“I bought this because I was losing hair massively!” one shopper noted. “I wish I had gotten this a year ago. Months ago, I realized I have been losing more hair than normal… Every time I ran my hand through my hair, i would have hair falling out. It’s been a month since using this and my shedding has gone down considerably! Much, much less. I haven’t seen a strand of hair on my hands when I run them through my hair.”

Check out more beauty deals below:

  • CeraVe Skin Renewing Night Cream, $14 (was $22),

  • Formawell Beauty x Kendall Jenner One Inch 24K Gold Pro Flat Iron Hair Straightener, $40 (was $50),

  • Vitamins Keratin Hair Mask Deep Conditioner, $20 (was $26),

  • Ultrax Labs Hair Plush Thickening Treatment, $80 (was $100),

  • TruSkin Vitamin C Serum for Face with Hyaluronic Acid, $19 (was $30),

  • LilyAna Eye Cream, $20 (was $23),

  • Kleem Organics Anti Aging Retinol Moisturizer Cream, $27 (was $35),

  • Mario Badescu Facial Spray with Aloe, Herbs and Rosewater, $10.50 (was $14),


These are Amazon’s No. 1 best-selling leggings for good reason: They’re comfy (like a second skin) but they hold you in, for a flattering fit; they have a nice high rise; and they have pockets for your phone, cards, and keys. For this sale, they’re down to just $20. They have more than 10,000 reviews, so you know people are excited about them. Many folks say they compare well to really pricey brands. Buy multiples. You’re definitely due to restock ahead of the new year.

“These leggings are amazing!!!” one shopper shared. “They are so comfy and soft. They are also squat proof! They don’t roll at the waistband AT ALL. Stop second guessing and get these!!”

Check out more style deals below:

  • Columbia Women’s Peak to Park Insulated Jacket, $54 (was $150),

  • Felina Velvety Super Soft Lightweight Legging 2-Pack, $27 (was $68),

  • adidas Women’s Cloudfoam Pure Running Shoe, $47 (was $70),

  • ECOWISH Womens Color Block Striped Draped Kimono Cardigan, starting at $32 (was $44),

  • Ekouaer Nightgowns Short Sleeve Raglan Sleepshirt, $23 (was $40),

  • Beyove Womens Hooded Warm Winter Coat, $87 (was $140),

  • Calvin Klein Women’s Chevron Quilted Packable Down Jacket, $101 (was $140),


Even picky pups will love Wag, Amazon’s very own brand of pet food and treats. This particular dry dog food is made with 35 percent protein. It’s produced in California, and jam-packed with meat and veggies for a nutrient-dense meal—and it contains zero filler grains.

“I have a tiny toy Schnauzer and she is very fussy in what she eats,” one shopper explained. “I read the reviews [for Wag] and thought I would try it. She absolutely loves it and we’ll eat it all day long if I allow it. When my sister was here she wanted to know what my dog was eating because she’s got a little Yorkie and he is also fussy. I sent a baggie home with her. [Her dog] absolutely loves it too.”

Check out more pet deals below:

  • MidWest Homes for Pets Deluxe Super Plush Pet Bed, $14 (was $29),

  • Milk-Bone MaroSnacks Dog Treats with Real Bone Marrow and Calcium, $7 (was $12),

  • PetSafe Drinkwell Cat and Dog Water Fountain, $45 (was $55),

  • Nylabone Power Chew Textured Dog Chew Ring Toy, $6 (was $10),

  • Hyper Pet Doggie Tail Interactive Plush Dog Toy, $16 (was $28),

  • Basepaws Cat DNA Test Kit, $94 (was $150),

The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.

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