Top 50 Cyber Monday SSD deals from Amazon, Bestbuy, Newegg and others

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Below are the best Cyber Monday deals on SSD that we could find; we’ve visited hundreds of pages, dozens of sites over the past few hours to bring you the top-selling solid state drives - both internal and external - from the online retailers that you love.

Hurry up though as Cyber Monday ends in less than 24 hours. In case you miss it, check out our Cyber Monday SSD and hard disk drive deals page. Note that non-US customers should be able to buy from Amazon although they should expect to pay additional taxes and postage fees.

From the list, we learnt that large capacity solid state drives (2TB and 4TB) are becoming more common with SATA SSD slowly (but surely making their way out). Samsung remains the most popular brand by far with Western Digital (and Sandisk) a distant second.

All retailers sync the prices of their biggest seller with Amazon and we've left duplicate entries which should help in case of stock issues.

Samsung 980 Pro 2TB SSDw/ heatsink$379.99$189.99 at Amazon
Save $190
Editor's choice

Samsung 980 Pro 2TB SSD w/ heatsink $379.99 $189.99 at Amazon
Save $190
This is the best SSD deal we've ever seen. It is cheaper to buy the 980 Pro with a heatsink than without. You're getting the fastest consumer NVMe SSD at its biggest capacity. A smash hit.

Amazon best-selling Cyber Monday SSD deals 2022

Newegg best-selling Cyber Monday SSD deals 2022

BestBuy best-selling Cyber Monday SSD deals 2022

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If you’re after a new storage drive that’s equally pacey, but won’t break the bank, check out these alternative SSD deals available in your region. See how Newegg promo codes can also help in some cases too.

Desire Athow
Managing Editor, TechRadar Pro

Désiré has been musing and writing about technology during a career spanning four decades. He dabbled in website builders and web hosting when DHTML and frames were in vogue and started narrating about the impact of technology on society just before the start of the Y2K hysteria at the turn of the last millennium.