GoPro Cyber Monday deals still available: 11 best offers

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Even though the day itself has passed, Cyber Monday deals are still available! You can still bag some awesome discounts on GoPro cameras and accessories from various retailers, including GoPro itself, Amazon, Best Buy and B&H Photo.

My favorite deal of the sales period is still on: that's the GoPro Hero12 Black with an awesome accessories bundle for just $349 at Amazon — that's $100 off the usual list price and $50 cheaper than the standalone Hero12. We're only seeing the standalone Hero12 discounted by up to $50, which means this awesome accessories bundle costs the same as the Hero12 without any accessories at all! It's a no brainer.

There are also some decent sales on older GoPro tech, including last year's Hero11 Black, and even the GoPro Max, which is currently on sale for just $349 — that's a saving of $150.

GoPro cameras are perfect for all kinds of video, whether you want to ride a bicycle off the side of a mountain, jump out of a plane, dive into the sea or simply document a relaxing family holiday. That's why they're some of the best action cameras around. 

Cyber Week is one of the best times to buy a new GoPro, but not every deal is as good as it may seem. We've filtered through the noise and found the best Cyber Monday GoPro deals still on offer now.

Best Cyber Monday GoPro deals still available now

Best Cyber Monday GoPro deals still available

GoPro Camera deals

GoPro Hero12 Black Accessories Bundle: was $449 now $349 @ Amazon
LATEST MODEL! Price check: $399 @ GoPro | $449 @ B&H (w/ SD Card)

GoPro Hero12 Black Accessories Bundle: was $449 now $349 @ Amazon
LATEST MODEL!
Amazon is offering the Hero12 Black Accessories Bundle for $100 off its usual price. In this bundle, you'll get dual enduro batteries (although no charger), a sturdy hand grip, a head mount and a carrying case. It's a useful starter kit for anyone beginning their adventures!
Price check: $399 @ GoPro | $449 @ B&H (w/ SD Card)

GoPro Hero12 Black:was $399 now $349 @ Walmart
LATEST MODEL! Price check: $349 @ Amazon | $349 at GoPro

GoPro Hero12 Black: was $399 now $349 @ Walmart
LATEST MODEL!
If you want just the GoPro Hero12 Black with no accessories, Walmart are currently offering $50 off the base package. This GoPro will come with a battery, but nothing else, so will be best for people upgrading from older GoPros or other action cameras — as they'll already have accessories.
Price check: $349 @ Amazon | $349 at GoPro

GoPro Hero11 Black: was $349 now $299 @ Amazon

GoPro Hero11 Black: was $349 now $299 @ Amazon
The GoPro Hero11 Black isn't the latest GoPro model, but it's still a formidable action camera, which held the top spot on our best action cameras roundup until the Hero12 Black came out this year. The newer model launched $100 lower than the Hero12 Black, so it hasn't made much sense buying a Hero11 — until now, that is, as prices are finally starting to creep lower for the sales season.

GoPro Max: was $499 now $349 @ AmazonPrice check: $349 @ GoPro

GoPro Max: was $499 now $349 @ Amazon
Right now, the GoPro Max 360 camera is a huge $150 off at GoPro. This camera is designed for immersive 360 view footage in 6K, although it can also shoot traditional footage too. You don't get the same level of ruggedness as a standard GoPro Hero camera, but this is an action camera designed for a very specific purpose. $349 is the cheapest we've seen this camera!
Price check: $349 @ GoPro

GoPro Hero12 Black Creator Edition: was $599 now $499 @ GoPro
WORTH $660!

GoPro Hero12 Black Creator Edition: was $599 now $499 @ GoPro
WORTH $660!
If you're looking for the ultimate content creator starter package, the Creator Edition bundle is worth the extra spend. It includes the Volta tripod-grip, which allows full control of your GoPro from its handle. There's also the Media Mod, with a built-in shotgun mic for clean audio, plus the Light Mod to ensure decent exposure. You'll also get a extra battery. This package is for people who use their GoPro for more than casual action shots, and is for producing professional-looking content for YouTube/social media.

GoPro Hero11 Black + 50-in-1 Accessories bundle: was $439 now $369 @ Amazon

GoPro Hero11 Black + 50-in-1 Accessories bundle: was $439 now $369 @ Amazon
The prices of older models like the Hero11 Black are remaining high versus the newest Hero12 Black. However, this deal is rather good value given all the included extra, especially if you need lots of accessories. Despite lacking a few features of the Hero12 (improved stabilization and bluetooth headphone connectivity), the Hero11 Black is still a formidable action camera. This package includes two batteries (one GoPro, one not), a carrying case and a 128GB SD card, plus a huge range of mounting options.

GoPro Hero10 Black: was $449 now $234 @ Amazon

GoPro Hero10 Black: was $449 now $234 @ Amazon
The GoPro Hero10 Black might not be the latest GoPro, or even the second latest, but it's still a super capable action camera that'll shoot 5K/60p video and 240fps slow mo at 2.7K. It doesn't have quite as many features as the latest Hero12 Black, but its core feature set is almost as good. If you can't stretch the extra $100 for the Hero12 Black, this could be a great option. Note that this discount is a little misleading, as you're unlikely to ever see this camera at its full $449 list price now that the Hero12 Black has launched at a $399 list. Still, $249 is a good price for the specs.

GoPro Hero9 Black: was $229 now $199 @ Amazon
While it may be a little long in the tooth now, the GoPro Hero9 Black is still a great action camera if you need to produce high quality video. As it's an older model, it'll only shoot 5K/30p versus 5.3K/60p on newer models, and uses an older iteration of GoPro's HyperSmooth stabilization system. Still, it produces beautiful 4K/60p and 5K/30p video, is waterproof to 33 feet and features a front color screen — a staple of modern GoPros.
Price check:$199 @ Best Buy

GoPro Hero9 Black: was $229 now $199 @ Amazon
While it may be a little long in the tooth now, the GoPro Hero9 Black is still a great action camera if you need to produce high quality video. As it's an older model, it'll only shoot 5K/30p versus 5.3K/60p on newer models, and uses an older iteration of GoPro's HyperSmooth stabilization system. Still, it produces beautiful 4K/60p and 5K/30p video, is waterproof to 33 feet and features a front color screen — a staple of modern GoPros.
Price check: $199 @ Best Buy

GoPro Accessory deals

GoPro Subscription: was $49 now $24 @ GoPro

GoPro Subscription: was $49 now $24 @ GoPro
Currently half price from GoPro, a GoPro subscription is actually decent value for money. If you're recording in 4K or higher, file sizes are enormous — the subscription gives you unlimited cloud storage. You'll also get full editing tools in the Quik app and a no-questions-asked replacement if your device is damaged. Better yet, the subscription gives you discount on accessories and $100 off your next GoPro, so you can make your money back in no time!

GoPro Shorty Mini Extension Tripod: was $39 now $30 @ Amazon

GoPro Shorty Mini Extension Tripod: was $39 now $30 @ Amazon
This GoPro Shorty serves a dual purpose. It's an extension grip, perfect for shooting selfies or for reach odd angles. It's also a mini tripod, giving you a stable base to shoot smooth footage. As it's an official GoPro accessory, you can rest assured that it'll be well built and sturdy. As this uses a fork connector, it'll be compatible with any GoPro. A small tripod grip like this is a staple accessory for any action camera owner, and right now, it's 20% off at Amazon! 

SanDisk Extreme 128GB MicroSD card: was $25 now $12 @ Amazon
Lowest price!

SanDisk Extreme 128GB MicroSD card: was $25 now $12 @ Amazon
Lowest price!
If you're shooting 4K (or higher video), you'll need storage. This 128GB microSD has enough space for around 2 hours of 4K/60p footage, and as a V30 card provides quick transfer speeds for reading and writing data. While its rare, SD cards do sometimes fail, but with a reputable brand like SanDisk, you're minimizing the risk of data loss should the worst happen. The price has been fluctuating around $12-14 over the sales period, with $12 being the lowest ever price.

GoPro: which model is best?

GoPro hero11 black vs hero11 black mini

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There are a lot of GoPro cameras available, from the brand new GoPro Hero12 Black, back to the Hero8 Black. You might find it difficult choosing the right one for you.

Most GoPro models you can find now, back to the Hero8 Black, will shoot 4K/60p footage, although the GoPro Hero9 Black onwards will shoot higher resolutions of 5.3K/60p. If all you want is a rugged 4K action camera, an older model might be best for you as you might not need all the additional features of newer models.

The older the model, the cheaper it'll be, but the less features you'll get. You'll also only get earlier versions of autofocus and image stabilization systems. You can read our best GoPro cameras guide to see all the specs laid out in a table to help you decide.

In essence, you just need to balance your budget with what features you actually want and need.

There are a couple of exceptions, though. The first is the GoPro Hero11 Mini, which packs most of the Hero11 Black's features into a compact body for when size is a concern. And there's the GoPro Max, which is a 360 camera designed to take immersive 360 degree footage. Choose these cameras if you need either of those things specifically.

How to get the best deal on a GoPro

GoPro Hero12 Black being usedl.

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Because there are so many older models still available, you need to tread carefully when looking for GoPro deals. That's because many retailers are showing discounts from the original list prices of older GoPros. For example, you might see $150 off an older GoPro's original price. This may look like a good deal but that camera might be years old and won't have sold at its list price for a while.

It's especially tricky for the two latest models though, the Hero12 Black and Hero11 Black. GoPro dropped the list price of the Hero12 Black to $399 — that's $100 cheaper than the Hero11 Black was at launch. That means the newer model is starting much cheaper, so the deals have to be insanely good on the older model to compete (which we aren't really seeing).

The best deals on newer GoPros right now are found on the newest GoPro Hero12. We're seeing GoPro slash $50 off the list price for Cyber Monday, but even better value can be had on accessories bundles. We're currently seeing similar prices on Hero12 Black and Hero11 Black accessories bundles — why would you go with the older model?

If you're not after the latest features, the Hero9 Black can be had for under $200, and the Hero10 Black for under $250. If you really can't manage the extra $100-150 outlay for a Hero12 Black, these are still very capable cameras.

Where to find GoPro Cyber Monday deals

GoPro Hero10 Black review

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Thankfully, GoPro deals are everywhere! GoPro itself is offering some great deals on its products, including the latest GoPro Hero12 Black and the GoPro Max 360 camera. There are also some awesome deals on accessories bundles to get you up and running, as well as individual accessories.

What's more, GoPro is offering 50% off its GoPro Subscription service. This gives you some awesome benefits like unlimited cloud storage and full access to Quik app editing features. However, it also gives you $100 off your next GoPro camera and significant discounts on GoPro accessories, meaning you can make your money back in no time!

You can also find great deals at Amazon, B&H Photo, Walmart and Best Buy. Keep your eyes peeled and stay locked to Tom's Guide, as we'll be covering the Cyber Monday deals on all your favorite tech.

Peter Wolinski
Editor, How To & Cameras

Peter is Editor of the How To and Camera sections at Tom's Guide. As a writer, he covers topics including tech, photography, gaming, hardware, motoring and food & drink. Outside of work, he's an avid photographer, specialising in architectural and portrait photography. When he's not snapping away on his beloved Fujifilm camera, he can usually be found telling everyone about his greyhounds, obsessively detailing his car, squeezing as many FPS as possible out of PC games, and perfecting his espresso shots.