The Fourth of July falls on a Monday this year, but the deals have already started to appear and will continue to pop up over the long weekend. We will be combing the internet (and our inboxes) to find you the best deals on tech, laptops, graphics cards, CPUs, and more.
With most homes feeling the economic pinch, we understand the need to save money and make sure the deals we post are in fact real deals. Using price comparison tools like CamelCamelCamel and PCPartPicker, we compare sale prices to previously listed prices to ensure the deals we post are actually a bargain.
Because the 4th of July sales fall just before Amazon Prime Day, it’s worth noting that Prime Day is just for Amazon, whereas multiple retailers like to join in on the July 4th bargains, so it’s a great time to pick up a deal from another retailer.
We'll regularly update this page as more promotions and deals drop during this holiday weekend.
- Newegg: Save up to 55% on computer hardware on Independence Day
- Walmart: Over 256 savings to be had on tech deals over at Walmart
- Best Buy: Up to $500 off of Laptops in Best Buy's July 4th Sales
- HP: Save up to 70% on selected HP products in the 4th of July Sales
- Dell: Up to $1,250 off selected PCs or Laptops in Dell's July 4th deals
- Lenovo: Doorbuster sales of 60% to be had on this July 4th
- Monoprice: Save up to 70% on Monoprice's July 4th offers
- B&H: Big savings on everything tech this Fourth of July
- Antonline: Save up to $500 on best-selling gaming devices
Best July 4th Gaming laptop deals
Best July 4th GPU deals
Best July 4th Gaming PC deals
Best July 4th Monitor deals
Monoprice Dark Matter 27-Inch QHD IPS Gaming Monitor: was $299, now $219 at Monoprice
This 27-inch monitor from Monoprice has an FHD resolution of 1920 x 1080 and fast IPS panel that has an impressive 1ms response time and a 240Hz refresh rate that is ideal for competitive First-Person-Shooters that prefer faster Frames-Per-Second.
Best July 4th CPU deals
AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D: was $449, now $444 with code 4THBUA35 at Newegg
The fastest CPU for gaming - the Ryzen 7 5800X3D has a few dollars knocked off of its retail price if you use code 4THBUA35 at checkout. With 8 cores and boost clocks of up to 4.5GHz, combined with a massive 96MB of L3 cache, this CPU powers high frame rates in gaming applications.
Intel Core i5-12400F: was $206, now $169 Amazon
The Core i5-12400F is a great all-rounder for an affordable price — made even better with this discount. With 6 cores/12 threads and a max clock speed of 4.4 GHz. This chip comes with a setup of just 6 performance cores and no efficiency cores.
AMD Ryzen 5 5600X: was $309, now $199 at Amazon
Earning 4.5 stars in our AMD Ryzen 5 5600X review, this chip is highly sought after thanks to its strong single- and multi-threaded performance, leading power efficiency and PCIe Gen4 support. It also features stellar thermals, a bundled cooler and overclocking capability, so there’s a lot to love here.
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AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D: was $449, now $444 with code 4THBUA35 at NeweggThat's one hell of a deal! I don't know how Newegg does it! :p
newegg use to actually do deals....now its "this is a deal cause lower than MSRP even if its been selling at this price everywhere for a yr" all time. no actual real deals.DookieDraws said:That's one hell of a deal! I don't know how Newegg does it! :p
Wow! If this is all the industry has to offer on a major holiday (it doesn't matter where you reside, most holiday deals are honored in most established regions) these guys are in some serious trouble this 2H.Reply
Ho-ho more USA offers in the UK edition. Come on editors and sort your regional versions out.Reply