Cyber Monday 2022 has started at Amazon – see all this weekend’s best deals

Six days into the 2022 FIFA World Cup journey, and the adrenaline is pumping.

Day 6 started with two wins, and a draw. After losing 3-1 to Senegal, Iran beat Wales 2-0. Qatar was the first nation eliminated from this tournament. Later, Ecuador and the Netherlands ended their matchup in draw.

The show-of-the-day saw Christian Pulisic leading Stars and Stripes against Harry Kane and England’s global powerhouse, ending in a 0-0 draw.

Here’s Day 7 of the Nov. 26 schedule.

Tunisia-Australia (Group D)

The action starts with a Group D match between Australia and Tunisia. The action begins with a Group D battle between Australia and Tunisia. Australia has lost 4-1 to France in Tunisia, a draw that was 0-0.

Kick-off is at 5 a.m. ET, 2 a.m. PT.

Poland-Saudi Arabia (Group C)

This Group C matchup includes Poland, coming off a draw with Mexico and Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia is leading this year’s World Cup following a surprising 2-1 victory against Lionel Messi, the Argentina squad, and Poland.

The kick-off time for the event is 8 a.m. ET, 5 a.m. PT.

France-Denmark (Group D)

This Group D matchup pits France against Denmark. Denmark is coming off an 0-1 draw with Tunisia.

Kick-off is at 11 a.m. ET, 8 a.m. PT.

Argentina-Mexico (Group C)

Argentina will be entering Group C with the hopes of regaining its glory after suffering a humiliating 2-1 defeat by Saudi Arabia. Can Messi lead his team higher this time around? Mexico is currently coming off a draw with Poland, which was a 0-0.

Kick-off is at 2 p.m. ET, 11 a.m. PT.

All games can be viewed in English on FOXSports 1 and in Spanish on Telemundo. You can stream the matches in English on or the FOX Sport app.

Copa Mundial de la FIFA 2022 en Espanol on Peacock


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Queen Elizabeth II suffered from a serious illness in her last months before she died, according to a new biography.

Although the official cause of death for Queen Elizabeth is “old age,” Gyles Brandreth (a friend of Prince Philip) has stated that Her Majesty actually died from a rare type of bone marrow cancer.

The claims of Mr Brandreth have been made in a biography, Elizabeth – An Intimate Portrait. He writes: “I heard that the Queen had a type of myeloma — bone cancer — which would explain her fatigue, weight loss, and the’mobility problems’ we were frequently told about in her last year.

“Bone pain is the most common symptom in myeloma, especially in the lower back and pelvis. Multiple myeloma often affects the elderly.

“Currently there is no cure. However, treatment, including medications to regulate the immune system or drugs to prevent the weakening bones, can reduce its severity and prolong the patient’s life expectancy by extending their survival time by several months to two to three years.

The book is serialized on Mail+ and claims that the late monarch experienced periods of low energy, while insisting to aides, she was determined to keep busy after her husband’s April death.

According to her biographer, the Queen would watch BBC drama line of Duty when she felt weaker.

She claimed that she said, “My husband would certainly have not approved.”

In one of her last public appearances before her death, the Queen greets Liz Truss


After a series of cancellations for mobility reasons, the Queen’s health was in serious doubt months before her death.


The late monarch had to miss the Platinum Jubilee events last summer because of health problems.

These revelations are just one day after Camilla delivered over 1,000 Paddington bear toys as a tribute to the Queen to children in need.

According to the royal, it was a pleasure to help the stuffed toys find new homes with children at Bow Day nursery in east London.

She also visited the nursery, where she enjoyed a picnic with Paddington’s signature marmalade sandwiches.

Members of the public left thousands of toys at the Long Walk.

Black Friday is the return to holiday shopping habits, but inflation is taking a toll on consumers.

Shoppers have been hit hard by rising prices for food, rent and gasoline, as well as other household expenses. Some shoppers are reserving their spending for big sales and being more selective about what they purchase. In addition to increasing their savings , shoppers are increasingly turning to “buy now and pay later” services, as well as building up their credit card balances.

Isela Dalencia was at Walmart New Jersey shopping for household necessities like detergent this week. She said that she will delay buying holiday gifts until Cyber Monday. To get the best deals, she plans to hold off until the week before Christmas.


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Dalencia stated that she is shopping less and will spend $700 on holiday gifts this year. This is one-third less than last.

Katie Leach, a New York City social worker, was also looking through the aisles of Walmart. However, she said that she would start holiday shopping in the first week. Due to the rising prices of food and other household costs, Leach will be shopping more heavily on bargains, her credit cards, and “buy now and pay later” services.

Leach stated that “the money isn’t going as far this year as it was last year.”


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Closed Thanksgiving

The shopping strategies for this year are quite different from last year, when people bought gifts too early to avoid missing out due to supply chain clogs. Last year, stores were experiencing difficulty bringing in new items so they didn’t need to discount as much.

Some pandemic-born behaviors have remained. Many retailers who closed their stores on Thanksgiving Day to promote discounts on their websites in order to reduce crowds are still using those strategies, even though normalcy has returned. Major retailers, including Target and Walmart, closed stores on Thanksgiving.

According to the National Retail Federation, 115 million people will shop online and in stores this year on the traditional day for discounted shopping. An estimated 64 million people will shop Cyber Monday.

The federation predicts that holiday sales growth will slow to between 6% and 8% in today’s economic environment, which is about $942 billion more than the 13.5% increase a year ago. Adobe Analytics projects that online sales will rise 2.5% between November 1 and December 31, which is a slower pace than last year’s 8.6% pace.

Analysts in retail consider Cyber Monday and Black Friday, which spans five days, to be a key indicator of shoppers’ willingness, especially this year. About 20% of annual retail industry sales are made between Thanksgiving and Christmas in the two-month period.




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Where are today’s sales?

Alex Whitelock deals editor, TechRadar

The awkward period between Black Friday and Cyber Monday is now. Some retailers, such as Amazon, have already changed their headline banners to reflect the latter sale. The vast majority of the deals available today are still from the earlier sale. This is what we generally expect these days.

We’ve seen the big one-day seasonal sales turn into a sort of ‘deals’ season over the years. There are generally many similar promotions. This is not to say that the deals aren’t good, but most listings we found were at their lowest prices throughout the year, or even matching their lowest prices.

As an example, take the MacBook Air M1 that we just posted. It is currently $799 on Amazon. The price range for this model is $899 to $929 at Amazon. It’s also been on sale for $799 just a few times over the past month. This model is still very affordable for those who are looking for a record-breaking price, but they may not be satisfied overall.

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Super-low Nintendo Switch OLED bundle alert, but not at Amazon

Julian Benson, Editor in Chief, TechRadar Gaming

Although this one isn’t on Amazon Cyber Monday, we think it’s too good not to be missed.

The Nintendo Switch OLED upgrade is a great option if you already own a Nintendo Switch and you know that you prefer to use it in handheld mode. The screen is larger and brighter than the original Nintendo Switch or Nintendo Switch Lite.

The console is available at a historic low $349 on Amazon. However, this bundle deal from Dell is a great value if your goal is to get some games and accessories. The console, third-party Switchplate controller, and Splatoon 3 can be yours for $399.99.

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It’s a great weekend to get a MacBook

Allisa James, Computing Staff Writer, TechRadar

You’re in luck if you’re looking for a MacBook Air. The 13-inch M1 model 2022 dropped in price to only $799 a few weeks ago. It still looks like this incredible $200 deal will be available for Cyber Monday. This is the best price this ultrabook has ever seen.

Despite the fact that the 2020 model is now obsoleted by the new MacBook Air M2 (2022), the third place in our best notebooks guide still holds its own.

It received 4.5/5 stars in our Apple MacBook Air M1, 2020 review. The MacBook Air’s performance and battery life are outstanding thanks to its powerful M1 chip. This laptop is a great choice for school or work. It is also the most affordable. This laptop is great for watching movies.

Continue reading: The record-breaking MacBook Air price has been lowered

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Sony’s 5-star earbuds at the lowest price

Amazon is offering the Sony WF1000XM4 wireless earbuds at a discounted price as part of its Cyber Monday early sale.

These top-tier, class A Sony buds were awarded five stars in our Sony F-1000XM4 review. These buds deliver a stunning sound quality and strong active noise cancellation, as well as a solid 8-hour battery life.

We don’t think this price will be beat if you are looking for the best noise cancelling earbuds before Cyber Monday. Grab them while you still can.


Good morning everyone! We are starting our Cyber Monday coverage for 2022 a bit earlier than usual this year. This gives us plenty of time to search for highlights and also allows us to post some of our favorites from yesterday’s sale.


ham Palace during Queen’s 10-day mourning.

Camilla said goodbye to the children and nursery staff as she left.



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