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By Brad Tuttle
Updated: November 9, 2020 3:21 PM ET | Originally published: August 26, 2020
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It’s no secret that Dyson makes great vacuum cleaners. And it’s no coincidence that the brand’s high-quality machines come with pretty high price tags — often around $300, and sometimes over $700.

The good news is that, by timing it right and shopping strategically, you can indeed find outstanding Dyson vacuum cleaner deals. The best Dyson sales tend to pop up when you’d expect — during the big Thanksgiving-Black Friday-Cyber Monday promotion marathon. But there are discounts on some Dyson vacuums nearly every week of the year, so you’re not totally out of luck if you’re in the market before or after the peak bargain shopping season.

To help shoppers out, we’ve created a list of the latest Dyson vacuum deals. For the sake of comparison, we’re including the lowest prices we’ve ever seen on Dyson vacs. But first, why are Dyson products so expensive? And are they worth it?

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Are Dyson Vacuums Worth the Money?

What’s the best vacuum cleaner for the money? The cleaning service pros we’ve talked to have good things to say about the Shark vacs you can usually get for under $200 at Amazon and Walmart, as well as a solid budget option from Bissell priced at just $54.

But, even at $300 or over, Dyson vacuums are arguably worth the money because of their high quality. They do the job they were designed for efficiently, and they’re very easy to use and empty — all of which saves you time and aggravation. Dyson vacs also have a good reputation for owner satisfaction, reliability, and durability.

For a little background on the brand, the name comes from James Dyson, the celebrated British engineer and inventor who is credited with creating the world’s first bagless vacuum cleaner. The Dyson research and development team has gone on to produce technology ranging from bladeless air purifiers and fans to electric car batteries, and the company founder was officially knighted as Sir James Dyson in 2006.

Above all, the Dyson name is still best known for vacuum cleaners. While Dyson vacuums cost more than many other brands, it’s easier to justify buying a high-end product when it’s a one-time purchase for something that you’ll use very often, over a big time span. It’s not like you’ll be buying a new vacuum every few months (hopefully!), so spending an extra $100 or $200 for a qualify vac may be worth the money in the long run.

Best Dyson Vacuum Deals

Dyson vacuums are sold by several major retailers, including Amazon, Walmart, and Home Depot. Sales and discounts pop up pretty routinely around the year, though if you’re looking for the absolute cheapest prices on Dyson vacs, it’s often wise to wait until the Black Friday deals go live. Just be ready to act quickly, because these deals can also sometimes sell out.

Be aware that many products, including those from Dyson, are sometimes listed by third-party sellers at sites like Walmart and Amazon. These third-party sellers sometimes decide to list items at super high prices when demand is strong and products are in short supply. (As you might imagine, cleaning supplies and vacuum cleaners have been in high demand in 2020, because people have been especially concerned with germs and cleanliness.) So: Shop around, shop carefully, and be mindful of who, exactly, is selling you stuff.

Dyson itself sells its own products and sometimes has good discounts; you can scope out the latest deals at Dyson.com. The brand also offers price matching on deals from other retailers, if you prefer to buy directly.

If you’re unsure of what product to buy or even whether these high-price gadgets are worth it, check out the company’s guide to which Dyson vacuum is best for you.

Best Dyson Corded Vacuum Deals: Black Friday Sales

Dyson Slim Ball Animal Upright Vacuum

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$199.99 at Target

$244.99 at Home Depot (list price $349.99)

• From $325 at Amazon

$399.99 at Walmart

• Lowest Price We’ve Ever Seen: $199.99 (Black Friday 2020 Season)

Dyson Upright Vacuum Cleaner, Ball Multi Floor 2

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$399 at Amazon

$399 at Home Depot

$403 at Walmart (list price $499.99)

$399.99 at Target (list price $399.99)

$399.99 at Best Buy (list price $399.99)

• Lowest Price We’ve Ever Seen: $249.99 (Black Friday 2019)

Dyson Big Ball Multi Floor Canister Vacuum

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• Used From $285 at Amazon (list price $499.99)

$399.99 at Target (sold out)

• Lowest Price We’ve Ever Seen: $229 (Black Friday 2019)

Dyson Ball Animal 2 Total Clean

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$574.60 at Amazon (list price $599)

$589.99 at Walmart

$599.99 at Target

• Lowest Price We’ve Ever Seen: $359.99 (Black Friday 2019)

Dyson Cinetic Big Ball Animal + Allergy Vacuum Cleaner

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• Used From $499.99 at Amazon (list price $599.99)

$699.99 at Best Buy (list price $699.99)

• Lowest Price We’ve Ever Seen: $450 (Cyber Monday 2019)

Best Cordless Dyson Vacuum Deals: Updated November 2020

Dyson Cyclone V10 Animal Lightweight Stick Vacuum Cleaner

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$499.99 at Best Buy (list price $499.99)

$481.19 at Amazon (list price $599.99)

$349.99 at Target

Dyson V7 Trigger Cordfree Handheld Vacuum

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$199.99 at Target

From $295 at Amazon

• Lowest Price We’ve Ever Seen: $129.99 (Black Friday 2019)

Dyson V7 Motorhead Cordless Stick Vacuum

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$299 at Amazon

$312.19 at Walmart

$299 at Home Depot

$299.99 at Target

$299.99 at Best Buy

• Lowest Price We’ve Ever Seen: $199 (Cyber Week 2019)

Dyson V8 Motorhead Origin Vacuum

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$329.99 at Target (list price $379.99)

$399.99 at Amazon

• Lowest Price We’ve Ever Seen: $249.99 (Black Friday 2019)

Dyson V11 Animal Cordless Vacuum

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$599 at Amazon

$599.99 at Target

$599.99 at Best Buy

• Lowest Price We’ve Ever Seen: $450 (Cyber Monday 2019)

Dyson V11 Outsize Cordless Vacuum Cleaner

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$729.99 at Dyson

$799.99 at Target

From $979 at Amazon

• Lowest Price We’ve Ever Seen: $729.99 (right now via Dyson)

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