These Cyber Monday deals won't last for long (and one's already gone), so get them while you can.

Amazon’s Black Friday deals have been running all month, but the online retailer launched a fresh batch of deals for this upcoming Cyber Monday. Though many deals will continue all weekend, there are some that are only good while supplies last. We’ve gathered up a bunch of deals that won’t last beyond Cyber Monday below, so you can make the most of the savings in this short window of time.

These temporary deals include everything from smart home gear and Chromebooks to everyday essentials, luggage and even Crocs — there’s something for everyone. Whether you’re buying for yourself or checking people off your gift list, now’s the time to do it.

MyQ Smart Garage Control: $17 – Save $13

This smart accessory can be added to nearly any garage door made after 1993 and connects to your phone for easy control of the door from anywhere. It’s down to its best price, so be sure to grab one for yourself and even some family members, they’ll be sure to thank you for something that’s so useful.

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Crocs sale: From $21 – Up to 42% off

If you’re a Crocs fan, this one-day Amazon sale offering as much as 42% off is the perfect time to get another set. With men’s, women’s and kids’ sizes on sale, there are discounted Crocs for all the family.

Yeti can insulators and cups: From $18 – 30% off

Several of Yeti’s highly rated insulated cups and can holders are discounted by 30%, with a huge range of colors to choose from. Use them to keep drinks hot this winter or cool in the summer.

Samsonite luggage: From $83 – Up to 56% off

When was the last time you upgraded your luggage? If you don’t know, then this Samsonite sale is for you with huge discounts on hard and soft-sided spinner sets in a variety of different styles.

Everyday essentials from Amazon Brands – Prime members save 25%

There’s a huge selection of essential everyday products on sale at Amazon right now meaning you can save on the things you regularly buy. Whether it’s paper towels, baby wipes, allergy supplements, seasoning or coffee pods, you can claw back some cash in so many different ways today. Plus, Prime members get 25% off orders of $50 or more.

Lola smart digital picture frame: $90 – Save $50

Lola’s smart photo frame features and 8-inch HD display and 8GB of internal storage (plus 10GB cloud storage) for displaying thousands of photos. It also works with Alexa and Google Assistant.

Asus Chromebook C203XA: $80 – Save $170 (Update: Expired)

At $80, this Chromebook is hard to pass up. It’s rugged, spill resistant and has 4GB of RAM with 32GB of storage. It’s great for younger kids or for someone who may be a bit clumsy. (Note that while this deal has expired, it’s still on offer for $126, a savings of $124.)

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