The holiday shopping season is here and we're seeing so many great gaming laptop deals. Today’s best gaming laptops are expensive, to say the least, which is what makes these next few weeks the best time to save big.
Scouring the internet for the best deals is my bread and butter, and the state of these huge gaming laptop savings so far is a good telltale sign that Black Friday is going to be impressive if you're on the lookout for a portable powerhouse.
Gaming Laptop deals: Quick Links
- Currys: Up to £300 off HP, Asus gaming laptops and more
- Dell: Up to £234 off Alienware gaming laptops
- eBuyer: Up to 44% off gaming laptops
- Overclockers: Up to £500 off gaming laptops
RTX 30 Series gaming laptop deals
Alienware m15 R6 (RTX 3080): was £2,749, now £2,227 at Dell with code CYBER15
This fully-loaded RTX 3080 Alienware monster is now available for over £500 off! Alongside this top-of-the-range GPU, you'll find an Intel Core i7-11800H CPU, 32GB of DDR4 RAM, 2TB of M.2 SSD storage and a 15.6-inch FHD display with 360Hz refresh rate.
Gigabyte AORUS 17G YD (RTX 3080): was £2,599, now £2,029 at CCL Computers
If you need a large screen, in a small chassis then Gigabyte's Aorus 17G YD cleverly hides a GeForce RTX 3080. The laptop is powered by an 11th Gen Intel Core i7 11800H CPU with 32GB of RAM and a 512GB SSD. This is a lot of power, for gaming and productivity in a portable package.
MSI Katana GF66 (RTX 3060): was £1,199, now £999 at CCL Computers
Take a step up from the G15 and you’ll find some seriously impressive value for money! With an 11th Gen Intel Core i7 CPU, RTX 3060 GPU, 16GB RAM and a 512GB SSD, this has plenty of space for games and enough processing power alongside that GPU for both productivity and semi-serious gaming. Plus, if you fancy a limited edition with an MSI Katana figurine, you can save £200 on that over at Overclockers.
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Weird to see an image of an ASUS TUF model but no listing. And no ROG Strix G513/Strix 15? The pricepoint of the Ryzen models shame these things I'm seeing. I sense bias.Reply
Who buys the 3050 4GB models? You're better off with a 2060 6GB laptop for $700.Reply
WarWolverineWarrior said:You're better off with a 2060 6GB laptop for $700.
And where exactly would you find a 2060 laptop for $700? At $700, you're normally seeing going to find a 1650.