Dyson vacuums are some of the most coveted home appliances, but with variable prices and a large range of models, it can be hard to know whether you're getting a good deal.
Whether you're after a traditional corded vacuum, a top-of-the-range cordless model or even a robotic model, our experts can help you to find the best prices.
We've scoured the market for the latest Dyson deals. Read on to discover the best savings this month.
This extra-large cordless vacuum cleaner from Dyson has the same auto-adjusting suction technology and digital countdown display as the V11 Absolute, but has a larger 2-litre dust container and a wider 31cm floor head. This is bigger than many cordless rivals, which have an average dust capacity of around 0.8 litres.
You also get a dizzying array of extra tools and accessories with this model, including an additional 'soft roller' floor head for hard-floor cleaning, a crevice and dusting tool, a wide nozzle, a mini turbo tool, a long crevice nozzle, a flexible tube and hinged tube attachment, and a mini soft dusting brush.
The Dyson V11 Outsize usually costs £599, but you can get it for £549 from Donaghy Bros.
Whether it's Amazon Prime day, Black Friday or a bank holiday sale, here are the prices you should look out for if you're scouring the sales.
Based on historical pricing data, we think these prices represent genuinely good savings on some of Dyson's most popular cordless models:
We've noticed that Dyson prices can rise in the months before big sales events such as Black Friday, creating the illusion of huge savings on the day.
In the table below, you can see how prices can fluctuate for different Dyson vacuums. Use this table, along with our top tips below, to sort the deals from the duds.
You can click through to our reviews of each model to find out how they fared in our independent vacuum tests vs rivals from Gtech, Shark and more.
You could pay hundreds of pounds over the odds if you buy a Dyson vacuum at the wrong time, or from the wrong place.
Stick to these golden rules to get the best value:
Models in the same range (eg the V15 Detect range or the V11 range) usually have the same core machine – the only difference is the accessories and floor heads supplied.
The entry-level model typically costs about £100 less than the premium model, so you could save money if you're prepared to sacrifice some accessories.
It's also worth remembering that having multiple accessories can be more of a hindrance than a help, especially when it comes to storing them, which is another reason not to splash out on a model with expensive extras unless you're sure you'll use them.
You'd expect the prices of older vacuums to go down, rather than up. But we've found that some Dysons end up being sold for a price that well exceeds the original amount – even several years after they were first launched.
It's always worth checking whether you could get a more recent model for the same price.
If you're paying more than £400 for a V10 model, consider trading up to a V11 instead.
You can use price comparison sites such as and to compare prices across retailers and see historical price data. It's worth having a quick Google too, as some retailers' price feeds aren't picked up by these sites.
The data might reveal whether there's an ideal time of year to buy your preferred Dyson, or whether we're currently in a peak period where prices tend to be at their highest.
There are some brilliant Dyson vacuums, but we've also found worthy alternatives from other brands – including much cheaper options.