Deal pricing and availability subject to change after time of publication.
UPDATE: Nov. 27, 2021 11:30 a.m. EST This story has been updated to reflect the latest iRobot deals, including iRobot’s cheapest self-emptying model at Walmart.
We’ve tracked down the best deals on Roombas for Cyber Monday. These robot vacuums have the best discounts as of Nov. 27:
OUR TOP PICK: The iRobot Roomba 692 offers a standard, reliable cleaning for under $175 — $174.99
BUDGET SELF-EMPTYING OPTION: The iRobot Roomba i1+ just appeared at Walmart and is $50 cheaper than the i3+ — $349
BEST NON-ROBOT VACUUM: A handheld and stick vacuum from iRobot called the iRobot H1 exists and it’s on sale — $219.98
Whether your cleaning woes stem from having to vacuum at all or just from babysitting the clumsy robot vac you currently own, Cyber Monday is a great time to upgrade to a Roomba.
After much speculation about deals on the newest Roombas, we were greeted with juicy discounts on both the j7 and j7+ in the early days of November. Those deals have disappeared (again) as of this writing, but even their fleeting presence proves just how hard iRobot is planning on going this Black Friday/Cyber Monday. If you were shopping for a more budget-friendly Roomba anyway, Amazon has once again dropped the Roomba 694 to $179, and a Walmart-exclusive self-emptying option has appeared at $349.
No one really needed to wait until Nov. 26 to buy a robot vacuum, but now that The Big Day has come and gone and we’re approaching Cyber Monday, we advise quickly copping the vacuum you want if you see it on sale and in stock. (We’ve already missed one steal — the Roomba i7+ for $250 off — sold out at Best Buy before Friday even began.) Because big retailers like Best Buy and Walmart dropped official Black Friday deals way ahead of time, this year’s already limited stocks started dwindling early.
Still comparing before making your final decision? We also have a pretty big list of live robot vacuum deals from brands like Roborock and Ecovacs.
Please note: All newly added deals have been marked with a ✨. Anything with a strikeout was either sold out or no longer available at the sale price as of this writing, but check back often — we’re updating this page constantly.
Why we like it
We’re pumped to welcome back the cheapest Roomba we’ve seen this season. The 694 is part of iRobot’s entry-level series, offering a standard clean to keep floors tidy on a daily basis. Cleanings can be scheduled in the app based on your needs or custom cleaning suggestions. The only difference between the 694 ($179.99) and the 692 ($174.99) is that the latter doesn’t include an extra filter.
Poof! The Roomba i1+ has appeared at Walmart. It’s essentially the i3+ in a slightly grayer shell and is only available at select retailers (hence its elusiveness on iRobot’s website). This Black Friday price makes it iRobot’s cheapest self-emptying option. It uses 10 times the suction power of the 600 Series and its auto-empty dock holds 60 days worth of debris.
Why we like it
Yes, a non-robot vacuum from iRobot exists, and it’s nice to have on hand for spot cleaning places that a Roomba can’t cover, like stairs and furniture. The iRobot H1 performs pretty pristinely on both hard floors and carpets covered in pet hair. This bundle includes an extender to turn the handheld vac into a cordless stick vacuum.