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Best Raspberry Pi Deals for 2021

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With more than 40 million units sold and a powerful community of makers and fans behind it, Raspberry Pi is more than a single-board computer; it's a huge platform with an even bigger ecosystem behind it. Whether you want to build your own robot,  create an A.I.-powered security camera or just set up a simple computer for programming and web surfing, the Pi is for you.

With the holiday shopping season starting earlier than ever in 2021, you can find deals on everything from Raspberry Pi cases to screens, kits and perhaps even add-on boards. These are great for your Raspberry Pi projects or to give as gifts for the maker in your life. Don't expect to find sales on the bare boards, though, as these never drop below the MSRP.

Below, we're tracking all the best Raspberry Pi deals for Black Friday season 2021. If you're looking for other savings, check out our lists of best Black Friday 3D printer deals, best Black Friday gaming PC deals, best black Friday gaming laptop deals, best Black Friday CPU deals, best Black Friday SSD deals, best Black Friday monitor deals and best Black Friday deals on PC hardware overall.

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Raspberry Pi 400: was $70, now $59 at Adafruit with code ADATY

Raspberry Pi 400: was $70, now $59 at Adafruit with code ADATY
The Raspberry Pi 400 is a true all-in-one computer. Powered by the same SoC as the Raspberry Pi 4, but clocked to 1.8 GHz by default, the Pi 400 is the ideal introduction to the Raspberry Pi. 

KYY 15.6inch 1080P FHD USB-C Laptop Monitor: was $199, now $161 at Amazon

KYY 15.6inch 1080P FHD USB-C Laptop Monitor: was $199, now $161 at Amazon
This 15.6 inch portable HDMI monitor is ideal for your Raspberry Pi and as an extra screen in your work-from-home setup. Offering a full 1080P resolution, mini HDMI and USB C connections this screen folds away for easy storage and will also work with your console.

Explorer HAT Pro: was $21, now $16 at Pimoroni

Explorer HAT Pro: was $21, now $16 at Pimoroni
Explorer HAT Pro has been around for some time, but don't be fooled into passing it by. This is a robotics, electronics and experimentation platform that has no rival. Capacitive touch inputs, including four for use with croc clips, analog inputs, protected inputs, and dual motor controllers mean that Explorer HAT Pro is a great choice for your first HAT.

SanDisk 32GB 2-Pack Ultra microSDHC UHS-I: was $15.99, now $11.99 at Amazon

SanDisk 32GB 2-Pack Ultra microSDHC UHS-I: was $15.99, now $11.99 at Amazon
Micro SD cards are the de facto storage format for all models of Raspberry Pi so when we see a good deal on large capacity, branded micro SD cards we have to seize the moment. With up to 120MB/s transfer speeds these A1 rated cards are just the thing for your Raspberry Pi.

Pimoroni Fan SHIM: was $10, now $7 at Pimoroni

Pimoroni Fan SHIM: was $10, now $7 at Pimoroni
The Raspberry Pi 4 runs much warmer than the Pis that came before it, so you need good cooling to get the best performance. Fan SHIM is small, cheap and effective. We've used it with Raspberry Pi 4, the new Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W, we even hacked it to work with a Compute Module 4. for $7 you will not find a better cooling option for your Pi.

Adeept DarkPaw Quadruped Spider Robot Kit: was $139, now $104 at Amazon

Adeept DarkPaw Quadruped Spider Robot Kit: was $139, now $104 at Amazon
This quadruped bot will work with a Pi 3 B+ or the latest Raspberry Pi 4. It has a gyroscopic sensor to self stabilize, can carry small loads, and has plenty of modules to play with.

Seeed reTerminal: was $195, now $159 with exclusive coupon code TomsReterminal

Seeed reTerminal: was $195, now $159 with exclusive coupon code TomsReterminal
Powered by the Raspberry Pi CM4 with 4GB RAM and 32GB eMMC, reTerminal is an all-in-one Raspberry Pi which is at home on your desk, in the workshop or in your builds. Coming with a 5-inch 1280 x 720 touchscreen and access to the GPIO, we have the power of the Raspberry Pi 4 in a very convenient form factor.


Adeept PiCar-Pro Raspberry Pi Smart Robot Car Kit: was $179, now $149 at Amazon

Adeept PiCar-Pro Raspberry Pi Smart Robot Car Kit: was $179, now $149 at Amazon
This Pi-powered car kit has four rugged wheels and can be fitted to use an arm on the front for grabbing. It has a variety of modules to play with ranging from servos and LEDs to distance sensors.

Raspberry Pi Fan 4B Dual Cooling Fans:  was $22, now $12 at Amazon

Raspberry Pi Fan 4B Dual Cooling Fans: was $22, now $12 at Amazon
The Raspberry Pi 4 can get rather hot, especially when overclocking to get the most from the quad-core Arm CPU. With dual RGB fans and a GPIO pass through this board will keep your Pi cool while you build your next project.

Seeed Mini router: was $149, now $135 with exclusive coupon code TomsRouter

Seeed Mini router: was $149, now $135 with exclusive coupon code TomsRouter
This Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 powered router is just the thing for networking enthusiasts with their eye on Raspberry Pi. Inside the case is Seeed's Dual Gigabit Ethernet Carrier Board, designed for the CM4 and featuring dual Gigabit Ethernet ports, official Raspberry Pi camera and screen connectors along with USB 3 header and a micro HDMI port. This neat and tidy router is made for those who want total control of their networking.

TS80P USB-C Smart Soldering Iron: was $96, now $81 at Pimoroni

TS80P USB-C Smart Soldering Iron: was $96, now $81 at Pimoroni
Every maker needs a good soldering iron and the TS80P more than delivers. Powered using USB-C PD2.0 (9V to 12V)  this iron can deliver precise temperatures between 100 and 400 Celsius in 8 seconds! If you need to tweak your temperature curve, then the firmware is upgradeable to suit your soldering needs.

Carago Aluminum Case for Raspberry Pi 4:  was $13, now $10 at Amazon

Carago Aluminum Case for Raspberry Pi 4: was $13, now $10 at Amazon
Cooling your Raspberry Pi 4 is essential for overclocking and if you don't want the noise of a fan, then passive cooling is for you. This aluminum case has "cooling columns" which connect with the SoC and RAM to draw heat directly into the case, silently cooling your Raspberry Pi

Microsoft Machine Learning Kit for Lobe: was $79, now $67 Adafruit with code ADATY

Microsoft Machine Learning Kit for Lobe: was $79, now $67 Adafruit with code ADATY
The Raspberry Pi 4 is a natural fit for machine learning and this kit from Adafruit harnesses the power of the Pi with a great supporting kit. The nexus of the kit is Adafruit's Braincraft HAT which has an onboard IPS screen, RGB LEDs and connections for Stemma QT sensors. We also get the official Raspberry Pi v2 camera and a case for our Raspberry Pi (available separately) which includes a 1/4 inch tripod mount. We also get an official power supply. All we need to do is train some TensorFlow models and our Pi can do the rest!


Precision Micro Nippers: was $19, now $15 at Pimoroni

Precision Micro Nippers: was $19, now $15 at Pimoroni
We own a pair of these side cutters and they are truly a step up from the generic cutters we have previously used. Sharp, precise, clean cuts to our LEDs, solder joints and wires. They are a little more expensive than the generic cutters, but worth every cent.

SunFounder Smart Video Car Robot Kit: was $115, now $87 at Amazon

SunFounder Smart Video Car Robot Kit: was $115, now $87 at Amazon
This robot car kit uses a Rapsberry Pi 4 Model B (not included) at its core, and decks that out with wheels, a chassis, a camera module and everything else you need to get rolling.

SunFounder Smart Video Car Robot Kit With RPi 4: was $145, now $116 at Amazon

SunFounder Smart Video Car Robot Kit With RPi 4: was $145, now $116 at Amazon
This version of the SunFounder robot car kit comes with a Raspberry Pi 4 and decks that out with wheels, a chassis, a camera module, a microSD card and everything else you need to get rolling.

Avram Piltch
Avram Piltch is Tom's Hardware's editor-in-chief. When he's not playing with the latest gadgets at work or putting on VR helmets at trade shows, you'll find him rooting his phone, taking apart his PC or coding plugins. With his technical knowledge and passion for testing, Avram developed many real-world benchmarks, including our laptop battery test.