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The Cyber Monday deals are starting to wind down, but that doesn't mean 3D printers aren't still available at ludicrous prices. Actually, they're enjoying some of the best discounts I've seen all weekend. 

To help save you a bit of time, I've rounded up my favorite offers so far. These are the cream of the Cyber Monday 3D printer deals crop, and regardless of whether you're a newcomer or a veteran, they deserve your attention. Actually, I'd argue that a few are the best 3D printers around.

Personally, I'd highlight the Anycubic Photon Mono M5s as the standout of this year's Cyber Monday 3D printer deals. This 12K-resolution monster with a self-leveling build plate is currently $419 at Anycubic instead of $479 (or £459 at Anycubic rather than £549 if you're based in the UK), and that's pretty outrageous in terms of value. 

Anyway, enough chat - here are my picks for Cyber Monday.

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Today's best Cyber Monday 3D printer deals

Anycubic Photon Mono M5s (resin) | $579 $419 at Anycubic
Save $160 - UK: £549£459 at Anycubic

Buy it if:

Anycubic Photon Mono M5s (resin) | $579 $419 at Anycubic
Save $160 - If you want one of the best printers of the last couple of years (and one that has a self-leveling build plate, no less), head straight to the manufacturer; it's never been cheaper than this.
🔶 UK: £549 £459 at Anycubic

Buy it if:
✅ You want super-high detail
✅ You hate leveling your build plate

Don't buy it if:
❌ You don't have much ventilation at home

Price check:
💲 Amazon | $429.99
💲 Walmart | $699

Creality Ender-5 S1 (FDM)$549$355 at AmazonSave $194 -UK: £579£329 at AmazonBuy it if:Don't buy it if:Price check:

Creality Ender-5 S1 (FDM) | $549 $355 at Amazon
Save $194 - That's this super high-speed printer's lowest-ever price, and by quite a way, too. Because this one gets things done quick and is also pretty easy to use, I'd definitely recommend it.

🔶 UK: £579 £329 at Amazon

Buy it if:
✅ You want a very quick printer
✅ You want something sturdy and reliable

Don't buy it if:
❌ You want something less bulky

Price check:
💲 Creality | $446.20
💲 Walmart | $429


Anycubic Photon Mono 2 (resin) | $269 $149 at Anycubic
Save $120 - The entry-level Anycubic Photon Mono 2 has hit a new low price. Amazon has been discounting this one for a while, but now it's gotten even cheaper.

🔶 UK: £229.99 £133.19 at 3D Jake

Buy it if:
✅ You're just starting out
✅ You don't need lots of detail

Don't buy it if:
❌ You want more detail

Price check:
Amazon | $149.99
Walmart | $169


Elegoo Jupiter (resin) | $1,299.99 $790 at Elegoo (with code)
Save $510 - In terms of big bucks savings, this one takes the cake. So long as you use the code 'CMJPT100' at checkout, you'll be able to get $509.99 off the sticker price.

🔶 UK: No deals (booo)

Buy it if:
✅ You need a large build-area
✅ You'll be printing big models

Don't buy it if:
❌ You'll only be printing small models

Price check:
Amazon | Unavailable
Walmart | Unavailable


Anycubic Kobra Max (FDM) | $669.99 $379 at Walmart
Save $291 - The Kobra Max has crept back up in price a little bit, but this is still a very healthy discount on a printer that is ideal for larger builds.
🔶 UK: £455 £389.99 at Amazon

Buy it if:
✅ You need a large build volume
✅ You make cosplay items with 3D printers

Don't buy it if:
❌ You don't have much space at home

Price check:
💲 Amazon | $419.99
💲 Anycubic | $409

Looking for more offers? Check out the wider sale with our guide to the best Cyber Monday gaming deals.

Benjamin Abbott
Tabletop & Merch Editor

As the site's Tabletop & Merch Editor, you'll find my grubby paws on everything from board game reviews to the latest Lego news. I've been writing about games in one form or another since 2012, and can normally be found cackling over some evil plan I've cooked up for my group's next Dungeons & Dragons campaign.