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3 dirt-cheap UK stocks with high dividend yields to buy today

There is nothing like getting high returns from dirt-cheap stocks. Which is why I am constantly on the lookout for two kinds of UK stocks. One, those that are trading at low absolute prices or prices far lower than what their fundamentals suggest.

And two, those that offer great dividend yields. But even better are stocks that combine both these features. Here are thee such that I could buy for my investment portfolio now.

Rio Tinto: FTSE 100 miner with double-digit dividend yield

The first is FTSE 100 multi-commodity miner Rio Tinto.

At 11.2%, its dividend yields is among the highest around today. At the same time its relative price, as measured by the price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio is five times. This is an abysmally low level compared to the average FTSE 100 P/E of around 20 times.

It is also lower than that of its mining peers like Anglo American and Evraz, whose P/Es are above seven times.  5 Stocks For Trying To Build Wealth After 50 Markets around the world are reeling from the coronavirus pandemic... and with so many great companies trading at what look to be 'discount-bin' prices, now could be the time for savvy investors to snap up some potential bargains.

But whether you're a newbie investor or a seasoned pro, deciding which stocks to add to your shopping list can be a daunting prospect during such unprecedented times. Fortunately, The Motley Fool UK analyst team have short-listed five companies that they believe STILL boast significant long-term growth prospects despite the global upheaval... We're sharing the names in a special FREE investing report that you can download today.

And if you're 50 or over, we believe these stocks could be a great fit for any well-diversified portfolio. Click here to claim your free copy now! Rio Tinto has now lost all the progress it made last year as the Chinese government's stimulus drove up metal prices and the stock market rally of November pushed up its share price to multi-year highs.

But I think this combination of high dividend yield and low price makes it a great income stock for me to buy. I reckon that over time its share price could rise, considering its ongoing strong performance. In other words, I could get not just dividend income but also capital gains from holding the stock.

I have bought shares for my portfolio. 

Direct Line Insurance: high dividend yields, good prospects

Another stock I bought recently is Direct Line Insurance. The FTSE 250 general insurer has a great dividend yield of 8.3%. And while its P/E is not quite as low as that of Rio Tinto, it is still fairly low at 10 times.

It is low because its share price trends have been quite weak for some time. This was because performance was challenged and it also underwent restructuring. However, now it is beginning to see a turnaround.

I expect that it too could be both a dividend and growth stock for me in the future. That is why I bought it recently. 

Taylor Wimpey: strong growth possible

The third stock I like is the FTSE 100 homebuilder Taylor Wimpey. The stock has a decent dividend yield of 5.3%, which is noteworthy considering that over the past five years its yield has averaged 2.6%.

I think at the present share price, I get not just good dividends but also the potential for a share price rise. Despite the recent boom in the housing market on supportive policies, its share price has yet to go back to pre-pandemic levels, even though it has recovered a fair bit. Going by its strong order book for 2022, I reckon it will do so soon, though.

I would buy the stock. 

5 Stocks For Trying To Build Wealth After 50 Markets around the world are reeling from the coronavirus pandemic... And with so many great companies still trading at what look to be 'discount-bin' prices, now could be the time for savvy investors to snap up some potential bargains.

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Google Is Adding In A New Offers Tab To The Play Store Interface, Showing Off Brand New Discounts And Deals On Available Apps

Google is adding a new Offers tab to the Google Play interface, showing off discounts and deals on pay-walled applications that might entice users into buying them, reports 9to5G.

Right off the bat, it should of course be mentioned that the Offers tab is distinct from Google Play's other offers and notifications section. The Offers tab is a carousel of all the different deals available and up for grabs across the Play Store, drawing users in with the variety that on display. The offers and notifications section, however, offers a much more limited palette, with only applications that may seem relevant to the user showing up in cases of discounts.

If nothing else, the section also offers promo codes if and when available. The section is also only accessible via an individual's profile picture next to the search bar, while the Offers tab is found right at the bottom of the screen on the home page Currently, there are only four tabs on display, denoting products related to Games, Books, Movies & TV Shows, and Apps.

Offers will end up being the fifth attachment in the series, and a rather useful one at that. Applications can often end up being very expensive affairs, and offers are rather scarce to come by. Having a general interface where all of them can be accessed or searched up with ease is incredibly useful.

While the Offers tab sort of overlaps with offers and notifications in terms of niches, but it's nice having a much more expansive library of options, with stuff that you may not even know you need. The new Offers tab isn't widely available to users at the moment. It has started rolling out after a period of A/B beta testing, but is still only limited to certain regions.

Features like these take a few months before they roll out to all users across the board, so you might want to bear some patience.

At any rate, when it does finally roll out, the Offers tab might end up being very helpful to all sorts of users.

After all, with voucher and coupon apps being so popular amongst the youth, Offers seems like the best thing that Google Play could add to its interface.


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CVS sales Nov. 21-27: Black Friday deals, freebies after rewards, gift card offers, gift sets

* This post contains affiliate links and we may earn a small commission if you use them. CVS has some great sales this week including Black Friday deals, gift card offers, free toothpaste (after coupons), multiple freebies after rewards, cosmetic gift sets, Opti-Free, Tresemme and more! There are 2 sets of deals this week.

There is a week-long ad from Nov.

21-27 and a 3 day sale from Nov.

25-27, 2021. Both sets of deals are in the ad for this week. See their ad on the website for all the deals including those below.

Thanksgiving Hours: Most CVS stores will be open on Thursday, Nov.

25, 2021. Pharmacy hours may vary. Check with your specific store for their store and pharmacy hours.

3-Day Black Friday Sale

These deals are valid Nov.

25-27, 2021. See ad for all deals.

Gift Card Offer

Get a £25 Extrabucks reward when you spend £75 on an Applebee's gift card.

Food

General Mills cereal select 8.9-12 oz Sale: 2 for £4

Coupons: £1/2 CVS Send to Card coupon M&M's, 15.9-19.2 oz, BOGO Ferrero 12 count, BOGO

Non Food

Colgate toothpaste, select Optic White, Total, Max or 2in1 toothpaste

Sale: £3.99 Store coupon: £3.49 coupon from app or in-store coupon kiosk Coupon: £0.50 coupon from 11/7 SS or CVS Send to Card coupon

total after both coupons = Free! CVS Health Ultra Soft Baby Cleaning Wipes, 20 count, £0.99 plus get a £0.99 Extrabucks reward = Free after reward, limit 1 CVS Health pantilers, 20 count, £1.19 plus get a £1.19 Extrabucks reward = Free after reward, limit 1

CVS Health acetaminophen caplets, 24 count, £4.99 plus get a £4.99 Extrabucks reward = Free after reward, limit 1 NYX Professional Makeup Lip Color, 2 for £11.98 plus get a £10/2 Extrabucks reward, limit Fleece throws, select, £2.99

Edge, Skintimate shave gel or cream, select, £2.99 - £2 CVS Send to Card coupon = £0.99 L.A. Colors or wet n wild ot The Creme Shop gift sets, select, £4.99

Extrabucks: £4 reward when you buy 1, limit 3 L.A. Colors or wet n wild gift sets, select, £9.99

Extrabucks: £8 reward when you buy 1, limit 3 Gillette or Venus Razors, £7.99 plus get a £4 Extrabucks reward, limit 1 Schick or Skintimate razors, select, £8.99 plus get a £5 Extrabucks reward, limit 1

Conair appliances, select, £10 plus get a £5 Extrabucks reward, limit 1 The All brand of laundry detergent, 36 oz, mighty pacs 19 count or Snuggle, select Sale: BOGO

Extrabucks: £2 Extrabucks when you buy 2, limit 1 Coupon: £1.25 coupon from Coupons.com or CVS Send to Card coupon Buy 2 Get 2 Free on gift wrap, ribbons, bows, light sets, select

BOGO toys, select

7-Day Sale

The following deals are valid Nov.

21-27, 2021. The sale prices are valid at most Raleigh, NC area stores for CVS Extrabucks reward members. Check your local ad to verify prices.

This list is not a guarantee of price.

Gift Card Offer

Get a £15 Extrabucks Reward when you spend £50 on select gift cards including The Children's Place, Cabela's, Bass Pro, Build-A-Bear, Spa Week, Riot, Brinker gift cards. Limit 1.

Mystery Offer

The ad indicates that there will be a Mystery Offer in the app or from the ExtraCare Coupon Center in stores. It appears it will be for Essie nail polish or nail care.

£10 Holiday Extrabucks Reward Offer

Get £10 Holiday Extrabucks reward when you spend £30 on participating products including Russel Stover and Whitman's boxed candy, Scott, Viva, reusable face masks, CVS Health pain relief, Pampers diapers, Vicks NyQuil, DayQuil, select Aveeno and Neutrogena facial care, Tide, select blankets and throws, select candles, winter accessories, holiday socks, holiday home decor and more.

See ad for all the participating products. Russell Stover or Whitman's, select, 7-12 oz, BOGO - £1/2 coupon from 11/7 SS Tide Pods, 12-16 count, £4.94- £2 coupon from CVS Send to Card or pggoodeveryday.com = £2.94

Food

Hershey's candy singles, 1.3-2 oz, £0.69

Dr Pepper, 7UP, A&W, Canada Dry, Hawaiian Punch, Sunkist, select 2 ltr, 4 for £5 Gold Emblem salty snacks, select, £1.99 Chips Ahoy Cookies, 7-13 oz or Saltine Crackers

Sale: 2 for £6 Extrabucks: £2/2 reward, limit 1 Blue Diamond Almonds, 5-6 oz can, 2 for £6 - £1/2 coupon from 11/14 SS

Kellogg's cereal, select, Nutri-Grain Bars, Special K Cereals or Bars Sale: Buy 2 Get 2 Free Coupons: £1/1 coupon from Kelloggsfamilyrewards.com when you redeem 850 points, various Kellogg's cereal coupons from Kelloggsfamilyrewards.com in the coupons tab, £1/2 coupon for select varieties from 11/7 SS (only valid on Rice Krispies, Cocoa Krispies, Crispix and Kellogg's Corn Flakes)

Hershey's Holiday Kisses or miniatures, 7 - 9.8 oz Sale: Buy 1 and get 2nd for £1

Non-Food

Tresemme shampoo or conditioner, 20 or 28 oz Sale: 2 for £10

Extrabucks: £2 reward when you buy 2, limit 1 Coupon: £4/2 coupon from CVS Send to Card Total after coupon and reward = 2 for £4

Arm & Hammer detergent 43.75-50 oz, or Power Paks 12-21 count, 2 for £6 - £1/2 Send to Card coupon Schick or Skintimate disposable razors, select, £6.99 - £3 Send to Card coupon Extrabucks: £5 reward when you spend £15, limit 1

Opti-Free 10 oz or Clear Care Eye Care 12 oz , twin packs Sale: £16.99 Extrabucks: £6 reward when you buy 1, limit 1 offer

Coupons: £6 coupon from Send to Card Clairol hair color, select, 2 for £15 - £5/2 coupon 11/21 SS = 2 for £10 Palmolive 20-25 oz, Suavitel 33.8 oz or Ajax Dish Liquid 28 oz, BOGO - .25 coupon for Palmolive from 11/14 SS

£2 Extrabucks when you buy 2 select Head & Shoulders, Pantene or £5 reward when you buy 4: Pantene shampoo, conditioner, 12-12.6 oz Sale: 3 for £12

Coupon: £4/3 Send to card coupon, £4 off coupon from in-store coupon kiosk recently for Pantene hair care when you spend £20 Head & Shoulders, 10.6 - 13.5 oz Sale: 2 for £12

Coupon: £3/2 CVS Send to Card coupon, £4 off £14 CVS coupon from in-store coupon kiosk recently, £15 mail in rebate when you buy £50 using the rebate form from 2/23 PG

CVS Coupon Policy Basics

* Must have CVS Extrabucks reward card to earn rewards and get sales prices and store coupons * Receive instant rebates in the form of a coupon after transaction when you buy qualified items (called Extrabucks, ECB's or EB's). These Extrabucks can be used on your next transaction on almost any product in the store (excludes things link alcohol, tobacco, stamps, gift cards, etc)

* You can "stack" store coupons from the in-store kiosk, register coupons, printable coupons from their website with manufacturer coupons * Extrabucks can be used in addition to store coupons from the in-store kiosk, register coupons, printable coupons from their website and manufacturer coupons * You can use a coupon on each item in a BOGO sale

* You can use a BOGO coupon on a BOGO sale at CVS App only savings: Use the CVS app to unlock extra savings. Learn more at www.cvs.com/mobileapps or text APP to CVSAPP (287277).

To get the App-Only deals, you have to have a smartphone, download the CVS app and link your Extracare card to the app.

The full CVS coupon policy can be found on their website at cvs.com

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AIG Announces Reference Yields and Total Consideration for its Tender Offers for Certain Outstanding Notes

NEW YORK--()--American International Group, Inc. (NYSE: AIG) today announced the pricing terms for each series of the Fixed Spread Notes included in its previously announced tender offers (the "Offers") to purchase outstanding notes of the series listed in the table below (collectively, the "Notes") for cash up to a maximum £1.0 billion aggregate amount of Total Consideration (as defined below), excluding the Accrued Coupon Payment (as defined below). The Offers are being made pursuant to AIG's Offer to Purchase, dated November 8, 2021 (the "Offer to Purchase"), which sets forth a more comprehensive description of the terms and conditions of each Offer, and the accompanying notice of guaranteed delivery (the "Notice of Guaranteed Delivery" and, together with the Offer to Purchase, the "Tender Offer Documents"). Capitalized terms used but not defined in this announcement have the meanings given to them in the Offer to Purchase.

Set forth below are the applicable Reference Yields and Total Consideration for each series of Fixed Spread Notes, as calculated at 10:00 a.m. today, November 17, 2021, in accordance with the Offer to Purchase.

Acceptance Priority Level(1)

Title of Security

Original Issuer

CUSIP/ISIN

Par Call Date(2)

Maturity Date

Principal Amount Outstanding
(millions)

Reference Security(3)

Reference Security Yield

Fixed Spread
(basis points)(3)

Bloomberg Reference Page

Total Consideration(2)(3)

1

5.750% Series A-2 Junior Subordinated Debentures Due 2037

AIG

026874BF3 / XS0291641420

March 15, 2017

March 15, 2037

GBP59

--

--

--

--

GBP975.00

2

4.875% Series A-3 Junior Subordinated Debentures Due 2037

AIG

026874BG1 / XS0291642154

March 15, 2017

March 15, 2037

EUR163

--

--

--

--

EUR977.50

3

7.05% Notes Due 2025

SunAmerica Inc.(4)

86703QBJ9 / US86703QBJ94

N/A

December 1, 2025

£12

1.125% UST due 10/31/2026

1.254%

0 bps

FIT1

£1,227.26

4

7.00% Notes Due 2026

SunAmerica Inc.(4)

86703QBN0 / US86703QBN07

N/A

February 13, 2026

£8

1.125% UST due 10/31/2026

1.254%

0 bps

FIT1

£1,236.20

5

8.125% Debentures Due 2023

SunAmerica Inc.(4)

866930AB6 / US866930AB63

N/A

April 28, 2023

£62

0.375% UST due 10/31/2023

0.518%

0 bps

FIT1

£1,109.11

6

8.875% Senior Notes Due 2040

Validus

91915WAB8 / US91915WAB81

N/A

January 26, 2040

£250

1.750% UST due 8/15/2041

2.073%

165 bps

FIT1

£1,676.21

7

6.250% Series A-1 Junior Subordinated Debentures Due 2037

AIG

026874BE6 / US026874BE68

N/A

March 15, 2037

£107

--

--

--

--

£1,200.00

8

8.175% Series A-6 Junior Subordinated Debentures Due 2058

AIG

026874BS5 / US026874BS54

May 15, 2038

May 15, 2058

£438

--

--

--

--

£1,500.00

9

6.250% Notes Due 2036

AIG

026874AZ0 / US026874AZ07

N/A

May 1, 2036

£818

1.250% UST due 8/15/2031

1.610%

125 bps

FIT1

£1,398.93

10

6.820% Notes Due 2037

AIG

026874CW5 / US026874CW57

N/A

November 15, 2037

£177

1.750% UST due 8/15/2041

2.073%

130 bps

FIT1

£1,423.30

11

4.200% Notes Due 2028

AIG

026874 DK0 / US026874DK01

January 1, 2028

April 1, 2028

£750

1.250% UST due 8/15/2031

1.610%

25 bps

FIT1

£1,134.70

12

4.250% Notes Due 2029

AIG

026874 DN4 / US026874DN40

December 15, 2028

March 15, 2029

£600

1.250% UST due 8/15/2031

1.610%

45 bps

FIT1

£1,143.44

13

5.00% Notes Due 2023

AIG

XS0252367775

N/A

April 26, 2023

GBP500

0.125% UKT 01/31/2023

0.455%

35 bps

FIT GLT0-10

GBP1,059.45

14

4.700% Notes Due 2035

AIG

026874 DE4 / US026874DE41

January 10, 2035

July 10, 2035

£500

1.250% UST due 8/15/2031

1.610%

120 bps

FIT1

£1,206.45

15

4.125% Notes Due 2024

AIG

026874CY1 / US026874CY14

N/A

February 15, 2024

£1,000

0.625% UST due 10/15/2024

0.829%

15 bps

FIT1

£1,069.49

(1)

Subject to the satisfaction or waiver of the conditions of the Offers described in the Offer to Purchase, if the Maximum Purchase Condition is not satisfied with respect to every series of Notes, AIG will accept Notes for purchase in the order of their respective Acceptance Priority Level specified in the table above (with 1 being the highest Acceptance Priority Level and 15 being the lowest Acceptance Priority Level). It is possible that a series of Notes with a particular Acceptance Priority Level will not be accepted for purchase even if one or more series with a higher or lower Acceptance Priority Level are accepted for purchase.

(2)

For each series of Fixed Spread Notes in respect of which a par call date is indicated, the calculation of the applicable Total Consideration will be performed taking into account such par call date. See Annexes A-1 and A-2 to the Offer to Purchase for an overview of the calculation of the Total Consideration (including the par call detail) with respect to the Fixed Spread Notes.

(3)

The Total Consideration for each series of Notes (such consideration, the "Total Consideration") payable per each £1,000, EUR1,000 or GBP1,000 principal amount of such series of Notes validly tendered for purchase.

In the case of the Fixed Spread Notes, the Total Consideration has been calculated based on the fixed spread specified in the table above for such series of Fixed Spread Notes, plus the yield of the specified Reference Security for that series as quoted on the Bloomberg reference page specified in the table above as of 10:00 a.m. (Eastern time). The Total Consideration does not include the applicable Accrued Coupon Payment, which will be payable in cash in addition to the applicable Total Consideration.

(4)

The current obligor for this series of Notes is American International Group, Inc. (as successor to SunAmerica Inc.).

Each Offer will expire at 5:00 p.m. (Eastern time) on November 17, 2021, unless extended or earlier terminated (such date and time with respect to an Offer, as the same may be extended with respect to such Offer, the "Expiration Date"). Notes may be validly withdrawn at any time at or prior to 5:00 p.m. (Eastern time) on the Expiration Date but not thereafter, unless extended by AIG.

For Holders who deliver a Notice of Guaranteed Delivery and all other required documentation at or prior to the Expiration Date, upon the terms and subject to the conditions set forth in the Tender Offer Documents, the deadline to validly tender Notes using the Guaranteed Delivery Procedures will be the second business day after the Expiration Date and is expected to be 5:00 p.m. (Eastern time) on November 19, 2021 (the "Guaranteed Delivery Date"). The "Initial Settlement Date" will be the second business day after the Expiration Date and is expected to be November 19, 2021. The "Guaranteed Delivery Settlement Date" will be the second business day after the Guaranteed Delivery Date and is expected to be November 23, 2021.

Upon the terms and subject to the conditions set forth in the Offer to Purchase, Holders whose Notes are accepted for purchase in the Offers will receive the applicable Total Consideration for each £1,000, EUR1,000 or GBP1,000 principal amount of such Notes in cash on the Initial Settlement Date or Guaranteed Delivery Settlement Date, as applicable. In addition to the applicable Total Consideration, Holders whose Notes are accepted for purchase will receive a cash payment equal to the accrued and unpaid interest on such Notes from and including the immediately preceding interest payment date for such Notes to, but excluding, the Initial Settlement Date (the "Accrued Coupon Payment"). Interest will cease to accrue on the Initial Settlement Date for all Notes accepted in the Offers and Holders whose Notes are tendered pursuant to the Guaranteed Delivery Procedures and are accepted for purchase will not receive payment in respect of any interest for the period from and including the Initial Settlement Date.

AIG has retained Barclays Capital Inc., BNP Paribas Securities Corp. and Wells Fargo Securities, LLC to serve as Lead Dealer Managers and ANZ Securities, Inc., nabSecurities, LLC and Standard Chartered Bank to serve as Co-Dealer Managers for the Offers and has retained Ipreo LLC to serve as the tender and information agent for the Offers. Requests for documents may be directed to Ipreo LLC by telephone at (888) 593-9546 (toll free) or (212) 849-3880 (for banks and brokers) or by email at [email protected]. Questions regarding the Offers may be directed to Barclays Capital Inc. at (800) 438-3242 (toll-free) or (212) 528-7581 (collect); BNP Paribas Securities Corp. at (888) 201-4358 (toll free) or (212) 841-3059 (collect); or Wells Fargo Securities, LLC at (866) 309-6316 (toll-free) or (704) 410-4756 (collect).

The Offers are subject to the satisfaction of certain conditions. AIG may terminate or alter any or all of the Offers and is not obligated to accept for payment, purchase or pay for, and may delay the acceptance for payment of, any tendered Notes, in each event subject to applicable laws. The Offers are not conditioned on the tender of a minimum principal amount of Notes.

Beneficial owners of Notes are advised to check with any bank, securities broker or other intermediary through which they hold Notes as to when such intermediary would need to receive instructions from a beneficial owner in order for that beneficial owner to be able to participate in, or withdraw their instruction to participate in, an Offer before the deadlines specified in this press release. The deadlines set by any such intermediary and the applicable clearing system for the submission and withdrawal of tender instructions may be earlier than the relevant deadlines specified in this press release. This press release is neither an offer to purchase nor a solicitation of an offer to sell the Notes or any other securities.

The Offers are made only by and pursuant to the terms of the Offer to Purchase and only to such persons and in such jurisdictions as is permitted under applicable law. The information in this press release is qualified by reference to the Offer to Purchase. None of AIG, the dealer managers or the tender and information agent makes any recommendations as to whether Holders should tender their Notes pursuant to the Offers.

Holders must make their own decisions as to whether to tender Notes, and, if so, the principal amount of Notes to tender. Certain statements in this press release, including those describing the completion of the Offers, constitute forward-looking statements. These statements are not historical facts but instead represent only AIG's belief regarding future events, many of which, by their nature, are inherently uncertain and outside AIG's control.

It is possible that actual results will differ, possibly materially, from the anticipated results indicated in these statements. Factors that could cause actual results to differ, possibly materially, from those in the forward-looking statements are discussed throughout AIG's periodic filings with the SEC pursuant to the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. American International Group, Inc. (AIG) is a leading global insurance organization.

AIG member companies provide a wide range of property casualty insurance, life insurance, retirement solutions, and other financial services to customers in approximately 80 countries and jurisdictions. These diverse offerings include products and services that help businesses and individuals protect their assets, manage risks and provide for retirement security. AIG common stock is listed on the New York Stock Exchange.

Additional information about AIG can be found at www.aig.com | YouTube: www.youtube.com/aig | Twitter: @AIGinsurance www.twitter.com/AIGinsurance | LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/aig. These references with additional information about AIG have been provided as a convenience, and the information contained on such websites is not incorporated by reference into this press release. AIG is the marketing name for the worldwide property-casualty, life and retirement, and general insurance operations of American International Group, Inc.

For additional information, please visit our website at www.aig.com. All products and services are written or provided by subsidiaries or affiliates of American International Group, Inc. Products or services may not be available in all countries and jurisdictions, and coverage is subject to underwriting requirements and actual policy language.

Non-insurance products and services may be provided by independent third parties. Certain property-casualty coverages may be provided by a surplus lines insurer. Surplus lines insurers do not generally participate in state guaranty funds, and insureds are therefore not protected by such funds.

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Cyber Monday Keurig deals 2021: early sales and what to expect

There are plenty of pre-Cyber Monday Keurig deals to browse already, which is excellent news if you're in the market for a new coffee maker for your home or office. Granted, official Cyber Monday deals won't drop until Cyber Monday itself on November 29, or the weekend before. But we're expecting increasingly significant discounts on Keurig machines and accessories as we inch closer to Cyber week - starting from Monday, November 22 - and we'll be updating this page with the hottest Keurig deals as they drop. (We're also recording the best Keurig Black Friday deals elsewhere on the site).

Curious about what sort of Cyber Monday Keurig coffee maker deals there might be this year? Want to know where you should you look for the best discounts - and if it's worth buying one on sale right now? Here we answer those burning questions and more, as well as showcase the best Keurig deals you can buy ahead of Cyber Monday and Black Friday).

Pre-Cyber Monday Keurig sales: quick links

If you need to pick up a coffee maker ahead of Thanksgiving dinner, there are currently several noteworthy sales with deals on a variety of Keurig machines.

There's a strong possibility that prices will drop even lower once Cyber Monday rolls around, but if you need a Keurig for your home or office ASAP, you'll still avail yourself of a decent discount if you buy before then. 

The best pre-Cyber Monday Keurig deals

More of today's best Keurig deals ahead of Cyber Monday

Cyber Monday Keurig deals: Our predictions

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When will Cyber Monday Keurig deals start in 2021?

Cyber Monday falls on November 29, 2021. However, that hasn't stopped the likes of Amazon, Walmart, Best Buy, and even Keurig direct from offering early sales and discounts ahead of the year's biggest online shopping event. In fact, we've already seen early Cyber Monday Keurig deals crop up as soon as late October. As is often the case, we can expect several Cyber Monday Keurig deals to run past Cyber Monday itself.

Don't be surprised to see extended sales last throughout the remainder of the week.

Where will the best Cyber Monday Keurig deals be?

The following retailers are poised to feature significant Cyber Monday Keurig sales and discounts. Of course, you'll also want to bookmark this page as we'll be updating it with the hottest deals on these popular single-serve pod coffee machines as they appear, but in the meantime, keep a close eye on these retailers ahead of Cyber Monday... Amazon: competitive prices + next-day Prime delivery
Walmart:
 low prices plus several in-store only deals
Keurig: extra savings with bundle deals
Best Buy: frequent sales on a wide range of Keurig machines
Target: sales on machines, pods, and accessories
Kohl's: 
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What were the best Cyber Monday Keurig deals last year?

Despite the general increase in coffee maker prices during the global pandemic in 2020, we did see some several standout Cyber Monday Keurig deals last year that beat the prices we saw on Black Friday.

Those included the Keurig K-Cafe for £99 at Best Buy (£100 off); the Keurig K-Slim for £59 at Amazon (£60 off); and the Keurig K-Select for £70 (£60 off). This Cyber Monday, we anticipate even deeper markdowns - especially on older Keurig machines. Meanwhile, the new Keurig K-Supreme Plus Smart coffee maker is bound to see some modest discounts; in fact, it's currently on sale for 20% off after coupon at Keurig direct.

Tips for buying a Cyber Monday Keurig deal

The Keurig family of coffee machines is vast - from compact models for solo drinkers to larger machines that are suitable for serving family members or houseguests.  Picking up a stellar Cyber Monday Keurig deal won't mean much if you don't buy the right machine for your space and needs.

Here are a few things to keep in mind as you browse this year's Cyber Monday sales for a new Keurig coffee maker...

1. Measure your counter space

Most Keurig coffee makers are quite slim and will fit kitchen counters or desks with relative ease. Still, you'll want to measure your space ahead of time to make sure that the Keurig you have your eyes on will fit comfortably.

Also consider where and how you'll store your coffee pods and any accessories, such as reusable K-Cups.

2. Consider your must-have features

Are you content with a no-frills coffee maker that'll simply brew a cup of coffee, or would you like your Keurig to do a little more than that? For instance, there are Keurigs available that include a milk frother, multiple brew sizes and strengths, and the ability to make iced coffee.

Naturally, more features will yield higher costs.

3. Visit TechRadar for the best Cyber Monday Keurig deals

No matter what you're looking for, we'll be sharing the hottest Keurig offers this Cyber Monday. Bookmark this page to stay informed on the best deals and sales so you can save on the Keurig coffee maker you desire. 

Additional reading for after you've purchased your new Keurig this Cyber Monday:

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Discount retail giant reveals plans to secure £250m boost

Discount retail giant B&M has revealed plans to secure a financial boost of GBP250m. The Liverpool-headquartered company, which is listed on the London Stock Exchange, intends to offer senior secured notes which would be due in 2028. A senior note is a type of corporate bond and would be paid before a junior note if a company enters bankruptcy.

Senior notes are typically unsecured debt and they aren't secured by collateral. READ MORE: From coal miner to job creator - how Parkside boss helped give St Helens a GBP80m annual boost In a statement, B&M said it intends to use the gross proceeds for "general corporate purposes" and to pay fees and expenses incurred in connection with the offering of the notes.

The move comes after its chief executive hailed the retail giant's performance during the first half of its financial year and said it is "well placed" going into the 'Golden Quarter'. Last week it reported a total group revenue of GBP2.268bn for the six months to September 25, 2021, up from GBP2.242bn.

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For all the latest stories, views, polls and more - and the news as it breaks - follow our BusinessLive North West LinkedIn page here. B&M UK's sales increased from GBP1.885bn to GBP1.909bn while Heron Foods' slipped from GBP216.2m to GBP203.1m. The group's French sales rose by more than 10% from GBP140.6m to GBP155.4m.

B&M has also reported group pre-tax profits of GBP241.3m, up from GBP235.6m.

The group added that it faced "more challenging trading conditions" in Heron Foods as average transaction values for grocery shopping normalise to pre-pandemic levels, but it also said there had been "satisfactory earnings through careful cost control and cash discipline".

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Discount retail giant B&M has revealed plans to secure a financial boost of GBP250m. The Liverpool-headquartered company, which is listed on the London Stock Exchange, intends to offer senior secured notes which would be due in 2028. A senior note is a type of corporate bond and would be paid before a junior note if a company enters bankruptcy.

Senior notes are typically unsecured debt and they aren't secured by collateral. READ MORE: From coal miner to job creator - how Parkside boss helped give St Helens a GBP80m annual boost In a statement, B&M said it intends to use the gross proceeds for "general corporate purposes" and to pay fees and expenses incurred in connection with the offering of the notes.

The move comes after its chief executive hailed the retail giant's performance during the first half of its financial year and said it is "well placed" going into the 'Golden Quarter'. Last week it reported a total group revenue of GBP2.268bn for the six months to September 25, 2021, up from GBP2.242bn.

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LinkedIn

For all the latest stories, views, polls and more - and the news as it breaks - follow our BusinessLive North West LinkedIn page here. B&M UK's sales increased from GBP1.885bn to GBP1.909bn while Heron Foods' slipped from GBP216.2m to GBP203.1m. The group's French sales rose by more than 10% from GBP140.6m to GBP155.4m.

B&M has also reported group pre-tax profits of GBP241.3m, up from GBP235.6m.

The group added that it faced "more challenging trading conditions" in Heron Foods as average transaction values for grocery shopping normalise to pre-pandemic levels, but it also said there had been "satisfactory earnings through careful cost control and cash discipline".

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Discount retail giant reveals plans to secure £250m boost

Discount retail giant B&M has revealed plans to secure a financial boost of GBP250m. The Liverpool-headquartered company, which is listed on the London Stock Exchange, intends to offer senior secured notes which would be due in 2028. A senior note is a type of corporate bond and would be paid before a junior note if a company enters bankruptcy.

Senior notes are typically unsecured debt and they aren't secured by collateral. READ MORE: From coal miner to job creator - how Parkside boss helped give St Helens a GBP80m annual boost In a statement, B&M said it intends to use the gross proceeds for "general corporate purposes" and to pay fees and expenses incurred in connection with the offering of the notes.

The move comes after its chief executive hailed the retail giant's performance during the first half of its financial year and said it is "well placed" going into the 'Golden Quarter'. Last week it reported a total group revenue of GBP2.268bn for the six months to September 25, 2021, up from GBP2.242bn.

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BusinessLive is your home for business news from around the North West- and you can stay in touch with all the latest news from Greater Manchester, Liverpool City Region, Cheshire, Lancashire and Cumbria through our email alerts. You can sign up to receive daily morning news bulletins from every region we cover and to weekly email bulletins covering key economic sectors from manufacturing to technology and enterprise. And we'll send out breaking news alerts for any stories we think you can't miss.

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For all the latest stories, views, polls and more - and the news as it breaks - follow our BusinessLive North West LinkedIn page here. B&M UK's sales increased from GBP1.885bn to GBP1.909bn while Heron Foods' slipped from GBP216.2m to GBP203.1m. The group's French sales rose by more than 10% from GBP140.6m to GBP155.4m.

B&M has also reported group pre-tax profits of GBP241.3m, up from GBP235.6m.

The group added that it faced "more challenging trading conditions" in Heron Foods as average transaction values for grocery shopping normalise to pre-pandemic levels, but it also said there had been "satisfactory earnings through careful cost control and cash discipline".

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Here’s my dirty little secret about picking UK shares

At heart, I'm an investor focused on the long term. I choose stocks according to attractive fundamentals and aim to hold them with the same tenacity as someone who owns the entire business. Such business-perspective investing is the meat and gravy of well-known investors and fund managers, such as Warren Buffett.

And he learnt much from people that had gone before, such as Benjamin Graham and Philip Arthur Fisher. 5 Stocks For Trying To Build Wealth After 50 Markets around the world are reeling from the coronavirus pandemic... and with so many great companies trading at what look to be 'discount-bin' prices, now could be the time for savvy investors to snap up some potential bargains.

But whether you're a newbie investor or a seasoned pro, deciding which stocks to add to your shopping list can be a daunting prospect during such unprecedented times. Fortunately, The Motley Fool UK analyst team have short-listed five companies that they believe STILL boast significant long-term growth prospects despite the global upheaval... We're sharing the names in a special FREE investing report that you can download today.

And if you're 50 or over, we believe these stocks could be a great fit for any well-diversified portfolio. Click here to claim your free copy now! The roll-call of other well-known investors who made their names focusing on business fundamentals includes Lord John Lee, Neil Woodford, Jim Slater and his successful investor-son Mark Slater.

My secret's out

My approach to investing in UK shares and other stocks fits well into the tradition established by such eminent fundamentals-based practitioners.

But I've got a dirty little secret -- I do stock timing. In other words, as well as aiming to identify great businesses, I aim to buy their shares at opportune moments. But, sometimes, I reckon investors pay little attention to timing.

I often hear a school of thought along the lines that aiming to time the markets is a waste of energy. And worse, it could lead to missing out on gains. Time in the market, people argue, is more important than aiming to time the market.

And I agree with the overall thrust of that argument. After all, my aim is to pick good and growing businesses, then hold their shares for a long time. But I don't just buy the stocks of great businesses and allow the passage of time to hopefully sort out my lack of attention to timing.

But neither do many other fundamental investors. One of the great devices often used by investors to time their entry into and out of stocks is valuation. Buffett, for example, looks for wonderful businesses selling at fair prices.

He doesn't look for wonderful businesses selling at any price. And he's well-known for selling stocks when he thinks a company's valuation has become too high, or if a stock has risen enough to remove a valuation anomaly that he was trading. His investment in PetroChina a few years back is a good example.

Other stock-timing methods

So Buffett and other investors such as Peter Lynch tend to time their investments according to valuations.

But there are other methods as well, such as watching the moves of the general market. For example, when there's been a decent sell-off, or bear market, there's often a better chance of finding decent value among stocks. Last year's market crash because of the pandemic is a good example of that method of stock timing.

One of the most respected fund managers of recent times is the UK's Anthony Bolton. He ran the Fidelity Special Situations Fund and delivered an annualised return of around 20% over 25 years. You couldn't ask for an investor to be more based in fundamental analysis than him.

Yet a read of his book, Investing Against the Tide, revealed to me that he was a big stock timer too, using various methods. But attempting to time stocks and analysing valuations will not guarantee a successful investment outcome. However, I'm keen to have as many strings to my investment bow as possible.

And I'm weighing up whether my timing is right for these stocks right now...                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

5 Stocks For Trying To Build Wealth After 50

Markets around the world are reeling from the coronavirus pandemic... And with so many great companies still trading at what look to be 'discount-bin' prices, now could be the time for savvy investors to snap up some potential bargains. But whether you're a newbie investor or a seasoned pro, deciding which stocks to add to your shopping list can be a daunting prospect during such unprecedented times.

Fortunately, The Motley Fool is here to help: our UK Chief Investment Officer and his analyst team have short-listed five companies that they believe STILL boast significant long-term growth prospects despite the global lock-down... You see, here at The Motley Fool we don't believe "over-trading" is the right path to financial freedom in retirement; instead, we advocate buying and holding (for AT LEAST three to five years) 15 or more quality companies, with shareholder-focused management teams at the helm. That's why we're sharing the names of all five of these companies in a special investing report that you can download today for FREE.

If you're 50 or over, we believe these stocks could be a great fit for any well-diversified portfolio, and that you can consider building a position in all five right away.

Click here to claim your free copy of this special investing report now!

Kevin Godbold has no position in any of the shares mentioned. The Motley Fool UK has no position in any of the shares mentioned. Views expressed on the companies mentioned in this article are those of the writer and therefore may differ from the official recommendations we make in our subscription services such as Share Advisor, Hidden Winners and Pro.

Here at The Motley Fool we believe that considering a diverse range of insights makes us better investors.

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Here’s my dirty little secret about picking UK shares

At heart, I'm an investor focused on the long term. I choose stocks according to attractive fundamentals and aim to hold them with the same tenacity as someone who owns the entire business. Such business-perspective investing is the meat and gravy of well-known investors and fund managers, such as Warren Buffett.

And he learnt much from people that had gone before, such as Benjamin Graham and Philip Arthur Fisher. 5 Stocks For Trying To Build Wealth After 50 Markets around the world are reeling from the coronavirus pandemic... and with so many great companies trading at what look to be 'discount-bin' prices, now could be the time for savvy investors to snap up some potential bargains.

But whether you're a newbie investor or a seasoned pro, deciding which stocks to add to your shopping list can be a daunting prospect during such unprecedented times. Fortunately, The Motley Fool UK analyst team have short-listed five companies that they believe STILL boast significant long-term growth prospects despite the global upheaval... We're sharing the names in a special FREE investing report that you can download today.

And if you're 50 or over, we believe these stocks could be a great fit for any well-diversified portfolio. Click here to claim your free copy now! The roll-call of other well-known investors who made their names focusing on business fundamentals includes Lord John Lee, Neil Woodford, Jim Slater and his successful investor-son Mark Slater.

My secret's out

My approach to investing in UK shares and other stocks fits well into the tradition established by such eminent fundamentals-based practitioners.

But I've got a dirty little secret -- I do stock timing. In other words, as well as aiming to identify great businesses, I aim to buy their shares at opportune moments. But, sometimes, I reckon investors pay little attention to timing.

I often hear a school of thought along the lines that aiming to time the markets is a waste of energy. And worse, it could lead to missing out on gains. Time in the market, people argue, is more important than aiming to time the market.

And I agree with the overall thrust of that argument. After all, my aim is to pick good and growing businesses, then hold their shares for a long time. But I don't just buy the stocks of great businesses and allow the passage of time to hopefully sort out my lack of attention to timing.

But neither do many other fundamental investors. One of the great devices often used by investors to time their entry into and out of stocks is valuation. Buffett, for example, looks for wonderful businesses selling at fair prices.

He doesn't look for wonderful businesses selling at any price. And he's well-known for selling stocks when he thinks a company's valuation has become too high, or if a stock has risen enough to remove a valuation anomaly that he was trading. His investment in PetroChina a few years back is a good example.

Other stock-timing methods

So Buffett and other investors such as Peter Lynch tend to time their investments according to valuations.

But there are other methods as well, such as watching the moves of the general market. For example, when there's been a decent sell-off, or bear market, there's often a better chance of finding decent value among stocks. Last year's market crash because of the pandemic is a good example of that method of stock timing.

One of the most respected fund managers of recent times is the UK's Anthony Bolton. He ran the Fidelity Special Situations Fund and delivered an annualised return of around 20% over 25 years. You couldn't ask for an investor to be more based in fundamental analysis than him.

Yet a read of his book, Investing Against the Tide, revealed to me that he was a big stock timer too, using various methods. But attempting to time stocks and analysing valuations will not guarantee a successful investment outcome. However, I'm keen to have as many strings to my investment bow as possible.

And I'm weighing up whether my timing is right for these stocks right now...                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

5 Stocks For Trying To Build Wealth After 50

Markets around the world are reeling from the coronavirus pandemic... And with so many great companies still trading at what look to be 'discount-bin' prices, now could be the time for savvy investors to snap up some potential bargains. But whether you're a newbie investor or a seasoned pro, deciding which stocks to add to your shopping list can be a daunting prospect during such unprecedented times.

Fortunately, The Motley Fool is here to help: our UK Chief Investment Officer and his analyst team have short-listed five companies that they believe STILL boast significant long-term growth prospects despite the global lock-down... You see, here at The Motley Fool we don't believe "over-trading" is the right path to financial freedom in retirement; instead, we advocate buying and holding (for AT LEAST three to five years) 15 or more quality companies, with shareholder-focused management teams at the helm. That's why we're sharing the names of all five of these companies in a special investing report that you can download today for FREE.

If you're 50 or over, we believe these stocks could be a great fit for any well-diversified portfolio, and that you can consider building a position in all five right away.

Click here to claim your free copy of this special investing report now!

Kevin Godbold has no position in any of the shares mentioned. The Motley Fool UK has no position in any of the shares mentioned. Views expressed on the companies mentioned in this article are those of the writer and therefore may differ from the official recommendations we make in our subscription services such as Share Advisor, Hidden Winners and Pro.

Here at The Motley Fool we believe that considering a diverse range of insights makes us better investors.