For many reasons, some more obvious than others, online shopping is more popular than ever. Not only is it less stressful than fighting traffic and standing in checkout lines—you can do it in your pajamas. This past year, more people than ever bought everything from toilet paper to groceries online and had it delivered to their homes, and now that the holiday shopping season is upon us, it’s time to make sure your computer battery is fully charged and you’ve got your credit card handy, because there are some amazing promotions in the works. If you’re like us and you just can’t wait to get started, you’re in luck—the Cabela’s Cyber Monday deals have debuted early. And to save you time, we’ve culled the best picks of the litter. Take a look and find something unique for that special hunter, angler, or camper in your life.

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Best Cabela’s Cyber Monday Deals 2020

Masterbuilt 30′’ Digital Electric Smoker With Window—Now $180 (was $230)

Bass Pro Shops 100 MPH GORE-TEX Rain Jacket For Men—Now $200-$210 (was $250-$260)

Bass Pro Shops 100MPH GORE-TEX Rain Bibs For Men—Now $200 (was $250)

Lowrance Elite-9 Ti2 Fish Finder/Chartplotter – Elite-9 US Inland Al 3in1—Now $600 (was $1,000)

Leupold LTO-Quest Handheld Thermal Imager—Now $400 (was $650). Slowly but surely, thermal imaging devices seem to be replacing night-vision (and with good reason). Being able to clearly see objects in the dark with night vision has always been a problem—especially with less-expensive models. Thermal imagers don’t amplify ambient light to produce an image, but rely on the subtlest variances in temperature—including “invisible” traces like places animals have bedded or a blood trail that’s becoming impossible to track. The result is a cleaner, more defined projection of what’s going bump in the dark. The LTO-Quest is ideal for someone who wants a thermal imager for multitasking, as well as hunting or fishing. It’s able to detect heat signatures up to 300 yards away inside its 20-degree field of view and display it on a 2.4-inch LCD display. It’s lightweight, rechargeable, features a 300-lumen LED light and can save up to 2,000 images on the included micro-SD card.

Vortex Viper HD Binoculars – Roof Prism – 10x42mm—Now $300 (was $500)

Firefield Spotting Scope Kit—Now $50 (was $100). A spotting scope is crucial for sighting in a rifle. It allows you to see where your bullets are hitting and make the necessary windage and elevation scope adjustments; without a spotting scope you’d have to walk back and forth to the target. The Firefield Spotting Scope Kit gives you all you need to track bullet placement: a 20- to 60x variable scope, a bench-top tripod (so you can immediately check impact points), lens covers and a lens cleaner, all in a convenient carrying case.

Garmin Instinct Wearable GPS—Now $170 (was $300)

Rig’Em Right X-Factor Layout Blind—Now $250 (was $280). Savvy goose hunters know the elements of concealment and surprise are key to success when hunting from the field—that’s why owning a well-made, comfortable ground blind is so important. The X-Factor blind from Rig’Em is built around a solid steel frame, a durable fabric shell with two large door openings, a mesh, see-through face shield and stubble straps around the perimeter for extra concealment. Inside is a layered, padded backrest and headrest and a removable foot bag that makes cleanup simple and easy. Everything a goose hunter needs to relax until it’s time to spring from cover and “take ‘em.”

Mr. Heater Big Buddy Propane Heater—Now $130 (was $150)

Cyclops Varmint Light—Now $120 (was $140). Get the crosshairs on that fox, coyote or hog, even if it’s up to 200 yards away, with the scope-mounted Cyclops Varmint Light. The 250-lumen LED is powered by two rechargeable 3.7-volt batteries, which give you up to 4 hours of light. It comes with a mounting system, charging cable and batteries. All you need to do is mount it on your rifle and wait for dark.