The Sweetwater Cyber Monday sale is one of the places to grab a bargain on the biggest online shopping day of the year. The retail giant usually has some sort of offer running, but Cyber Monday is when things truly heat up.
We’ve been covering the retailer for a while now, so we can spot killer Sweetwater Cyber Monday deals a mile off. To make your life easier, we’ll be rounding them all up right here on this page, so check back regularly to save cold hard cash on electric guitars, drum sets, the best acoustic guitars and loads more.
If you can't wait, right now Sweetwater is running Guitar Month, offering loads of great deals on guitar gear.
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When is the Sweetwater Cyber Monday sale 2021?
Cyber Monday is the name given to the Monday following Black Friday and is another opportunity for many online retailers to continue their seasonal sales ahead of Christmas. Amazon Cyber Monday is one of the biggest shopping events of the year for just about every product imaginable (including toilet roll), while sales like Sweetwater Cyber Monday deliver epic discounts on musical instruments, software and the like.
Cyber Monday 2021 takes place on Monday 29 November. We expect Sweetwater's Cyber Monday deals to kick in straight after the Sweetwater Black Friday sales.
So while Amazon Cyber Monday is one of the biggest online sales for stuff like headphones and TVs, it's by no means the only place to shop. And if you want discounts on musical instruments, the Sweetwater Cyber Monday sale is where you should be looking – don’t forget that we’ll be rounding up all the best Sweewater Cyber Monday deals here.
Sweetwater Cyber Monday deals 2021: What to expect
Last year’s Cyber Monday sale at Sweetwater was a real bumper affair, with seemingly endless offers on all types of musical instruments, guitar amps, software, guitar strings and home recording kit. So we’re expecting this year’s Sweetwater Cyber Monday sale to bring more of the same. Sweetwater has been running all sorts of sales throughout 2021, which makes us think it’s gearing up for a very exciting run of offers in the lead-up to Christmas.
Based on what we have seen in previous years, you can expect to see big discounts on major and more boutique brands popping up among the best Sweetwater Cyber Monday deals.
Researching what to buy ahead of the Sweetwater Cyber Monday sale
One of the smartest moves you can make right now is to do some research on the kit you're hoping to buy in the Sweetwater Black Friday sale. We can help with that too, as we have a bunch of buyer's guides and reviews covering masses of instruments, software and accessories.
How to find the best Sweetwater Cyber Monday deals
This is easy: bookmark this page and keep checking back regularly, as we’ll be monitoring the site and curating only the very best Sweetwater Cyber Monday deals that go live in the run-up to, and on the big day itself. They will all be listed here, and we’ll be eyeballing them across guitars, drums, software and plugins, keys and accessories so that you don't miss a thing.
In addition to us manually combing the Sweetwater sale for unmissable Cyber Monday offers, our shopping software will be scanning a shed load of other websites for the best prices on any products we feature here. That means, not only will you get the top Sweetwater Cyber Monday offers, you might also see competing deals for other musical instrument retailers, depending on the products featured.
Sweetwater Cyber Monday: Last year's top deals
Last year's Sweetwater Cyber Monday sale was an epic one. For guitarists it was a particularly bumper event, with big savings off an array of effects pedals, including 15% off JHS pedals and a brilliant 2 for $75 deal on TC Electronic stompboxes.
There was also hundreds of dollars to be saved on Moog synths, while drummers had access to big discounts on Roland gear, whether you wanted a beginner kit, or something more pro.