Roomba's early Cyber Monday deals are here - the best deals include $250 off the well-reviewed 960 model

roomba vacuum black friday dealsiRobotOn Cyber Monday 2019, the iRobot Roomba 675 is on sale for $200.

If you haven't converted from the traditional handheld vacuum to a robot vac that can clean with the touch of a button or even your voice, good news: There are a lot of iRobot Roombas on sale during Cyber Monday.

Many big retailers like Amazon, Target, and Walmart drop prices on Roombas throughout the year, but the savings aren't huge - Cyber Monday is when prices can drop a few hundred. There are also a ton of models in general, so we've curated this list to be the Roombas worth buying at retailers with the best deals. In fact, two of them are highly-rated in our robot vacuum buying guide.

If you're shopping around, check out this sale on the Dyson V8 vacuum for $250. We're also tracking all the best Cyber Monday deals so you can find great products at great prices.

The 5 best Roomba deals of Cyber Monday 2019:

1. iRobot Roomba 670, $197 at Walmart (originally $329.99) [You save $132.99]

2. iRobot Roomba 675, $199.99 at Amazon and Lowe's (originally $269) [You save $69.01]

3. iRobot Roomba 690, $249.99 at Target (originally $349.99) [You save $100]

4. iRobot Roomba e5 5150, $279 at Amazon; $279.99 at Bed Bath & Beyond, Best Buy, and Target (originally $374.99) [You save at least $95]

5. iRobot Roomba 960, $399 at Amazon; $399.99 at Bed Bath & Beyond and Target (originally $649.99) [You save at least $250]

Note that these sale prices don't reflect additional savings you might get for having store credit cards with rewards, like Target's RedCard or Amazon's store card, or cash back, like Kohl's Cash.

Why these are the best Roomba deals:

1. If you're looking for an efficient Roomba under $200, the 670 model (currently $197) is a slightly older entry-level robot vacuum that doesn't skimp on the features. It has powerful suction with a three-stage cleaning process, multiple brush heads for various surfaces, and Wi-Fi, Amazon Alexa, and Google Assistant compatibility so you can control it no matter where you are.

2. The 675 (currently $199) is considered to be a newer version of the 670 with all the same features. It was as low as $170 earlier this year, and Lowe's and Amazon have both dropped the price down to $199.99 for Cyber Monday.

3. The 69 (currently $249.99) has all the perks of the 675 and 670 models, but the Dirt Detect technology is better so you'll get a superior clean, and barriers so you can indicate any no-go zones. Read our review of the Roomba 690 to see why it was the best overall robot vac in our buying guide.

4. The e5 5150 (currently $279) is a solid mid-tier robot vac and is the brand's replacement for the 800 series models. It's five times more powerful than the 675 and 690 models and has a high-efficiency filter that gets 99% of dust, mold, and dog and cat allergens.

5. Though slightly more expensive than the other models here, the 960 (currently $399) has an even more advanced version of the Dirt Detect tech found in the 675 and 690, but with lots of extra features. It can be paired with the app to show you which areas of your space were cleaned, learns your floor plan to clean more efficiently every time, self-dock and recharge when it's low on battery, and even resume cleaning after charging.

How we selected the best deals on Roombas:

  • We only chose models that meet our high standard of coverage, and that we've either used ourselves or researched carefully.
  • We compared the prices against other retailers like The Home Depot and Amazon and only included the deals that are the same or better (not including promotional discounts that come from using certain credit cards).
  • All deals are at least 20% off, with the occasional exception for models that are rarely discounted or provide an outsized value.

Roomba deals by retailer:

Amazon Roomba deals

Walmart Roomba deals

Lowe's Roomba deals

Target Roomba deals

Bed Bath & Beyond Roomba deals

Is a Roomba worth buying?

In a word: Yes.

Our reviewers who have tested different versions of Roombas all say that it's super convenient to run the robot vac while they're at work or just in another room of their house and know that dirt, dust, and all sorts of crumbs will get sucked up off their floors. Check out our reviews of the 980 and the top-of-the-line self-cleaning i7+ for more.

In fact, Insider Picks' VP of Commerce Breton Fischetti even goes as far as to say this:

"The Roomba is the single best apartment purchase I've made in the last couple of years. I set it to run a few times a week while I am at work, and I love getting the app notification that it's finished cleaning. It makes me feel like I've done chores even though I haven't, and I'm always shocked by how much stuff it picks up.

You'd think running it frequently would mean that it would always be empty but the amount of general dust that accumulates every day is always surprising. My allergies are better because of it. If you have a pet, like my brother, it's even more impactful. He bought one after I showed him mine and loves it."

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