We Sleuthed the Internet to Find all the Early Black Friday Deals on Dyson Vacuums

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'Black Friday' is starting earlier than ever this year. Many companies have already started slashing prices on some of their most coveted home and tech products, which means there’s more time than ever to take full advantage of all the deals out there (gone are the days of ambushing the mall when the clock strikes midnight!). If you're serious about scoring killer deals on big-ticket items this year, it's time to start strategizing.

One brand we're already spotting some major savings on is Dyson. This is no joking matter because the gold standard of vacuum cleaners comes at a price (new models rarely go on sale and can set you back anywhere from $500-$800). For Black Friday this year, Walmart is offering up to $100 off new models and — wait for it — $200+ off refurbished models. If you're wary of the word "refurbished," rest assured that these vacuums are still up to Dyson's signature standard. The same engineers who work on new Dyson machines conduct rigorous tests on every refurbished machine. And, if needed, they use genuine Dyson replacement parts to update the machines. Dyson even have their own outlet where you can buy refurbished machines. (An added bonus for shopping the refurbished sale at Walmart: you have 30 days to return, whereas refurbished vacuums purchased though the official Dyson outlet are final sale).

If you've already harnessed the magic of Dyson and are looking to upgrade, or are keen on the latest and greatest tech, Dyson's site has some of the newer models on sale too. Both the Dyson Cyclone V10 Absolute and Dyson V8 Absolute Vacuum are $50 off right now.

Sale or no sale, purchasing a Dyson is an investment that's sure to change your home cleaning game for good — so be sure to weigh your options carefully. Dyson vacuums come in two main varieties, the cordless stick vacuum and the traditional upright vacuum. Let's dive in to the nitty gritty so you're certain to pick the right machine for your home's needs.

Cordless Stick Dyson Vacuums

The the most popular of Dyson's vacuum cleaners are the sleek and yes, stylish, cordless stick vacuums. These are lightweight and versatile: great for cleaning any floor type from carpet to hardwood to tile. They also come with a slew of different tools and attachments that make cleaning hard-to-reach places like window seals and underneath furniture a breeze, and easily come apart to transfer into a handheld vacuum. Dyson's cordless stick vacuums are ideal for small spaces and apartment dwellers because they come with a wall mount that works double duty as a charger and as upright storage. Don't be fooled by the pretty package — these vacuums contain all the same Dyson technology as their upright bothers and sisters.

Upright Dyson Vacuums

If you're looking for an ever deeper clean, a Dyson upright vacuum is the way to go. The sheer suction power of a Dyson upright is unrivaled by any other vacuum on the market — they have a proprietary self-adjusting cleaner head that automatically adjusts between carpets and hard floors, sealing in suction. They're also complete with Dyson's signature ball technology at the base, which makes these vacuums much easier to maneuver than your standard upright.

While Dyson upright vacuums work on all surfaces and floor types, they really come in handy when cleaning carpets and rugs — even those high-pile beauties that are so nice to look at but so difficult to maintain. And pet owners: rejoice! Pesky pet hair has n-e-v-e-r disappeared faster than it does at the hands of the Dyson Ball Animal Pro. The thick, sturdy bristles on this beauty are specially designed to dig deep into carpets and upholstery to remove any trace of dirt, hair, and allergens.

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