11 deals our readers loved during Black Friday that you can still get on Cyber Monday
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Even if you didn’t snap up the items you wanted during

Black Friday
2020, there is still plenty of time to get a good deal. Our readers enjoyed discounts from a variety of brands on Black Friday — and these deals are still hot leading up to

Cyber Monday
.

You can score a Hulu subscription for $1.99 a month, as well as a pair of Apple Airpods for $110. In need of a new pair of boots? Our reporters and readers love the Everlane Day Boot, and you can snag a pair for 40% off.

Below, we’ve rounded up the deals our readers loved during Black Friday that you can still score on Cyber Monday 2020.

The most popular Black Friday deals you can still get on Cyber Monday:

Watch thousands of shows and movies, with plans starting at $5.99/month. Beginning 12 a.m. PT on November 26, new and returning subscribers can sign up for Hulu Basic for just $2 a month. The deal will be active until 11:59 p.m. PT on November 30.

The latest, fourth-generation Echo Dot gets a new, spherical shape. The smart speaker with Alexa can play music, set timers, and preform all sorts of other tasks. It has a smaller footprint than the Echo, so its sound won’t be as robust.

With this test kit, you can discover your own DNA story with a few easy steps and a result in 6-8 weeks. Discounts this good only come around for Black Friday and Cyber Monday, so if you’re interested, don’t miss out.

The signature honeycomb arch support and cushioned footbed of Bombas socks are made festive by the 6 different holiday patterns. Use the code CHEER20 for an extra 20% off at checkout.

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