Best gaming deals of the week

Posted: 25 November 2020 3:33 pm
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Right now, save $130 on a Samsung 27″ curved monitor, $120 on Nintendo Switch bundles and more.

Gaming on a computer, laptop or console can get expensive, especially if you upgrade your accessories. But you can save hundreds of dollars on gaming equipment during Black Friday. Here are the top deals happening this week.

Quick take

  • Best Buy has the best deals on the most gaming tech — even beating a few Walmart prices.
  • Head to Game Spot for the most savings on console games and network memberships.

The best gaming monitor deals

Game with an immersive gaming monitor so you don’t miss a thing.

Best Buy

  • Save $130 on Samsung 27″ Curved FHD G-Sync Monitor — $270 (originally $400)
  • Save $100 on LG Ultragear 27″ Monitor — $230 (originally $330)
  • Save $80 on Asus 23.8″ TUF Gaming Monitor — $170 (originally $250)

Walmart

  • Save $153 on LG 32″ 32GK650F Gaming Monitor — $397 (originally $550)
  • Save $133 on Samsung 27″ CRG5 Curved Gaming Monitor — $270 (originally $400)
  • Save $30 Lenovo 23.6″ G24-10 Gaming Monitor —$150 (originally $180)

The best gaming laptop deals

Enjoy a smoother gaming experience with a new gaming notebook.

Best Buy

  • Save $400 on HP Omen 15.6″ Laptop — $950 (originally $1,350)
  • Save $250 on HP Pavilion 15.6″ Gaming Laptop — $450 (originally $700)
  • Save $200 on Asus 15.6″ TUF Gaming Laptop — $600 (originally $800)

Walmart

  • Save $200 on Lenovo Legion 5 15″ Laptop — $1,299 (originally $1,499)

The best gaming keyboard deals

Get a responsive keyboard to up your gaming speed and accuracy.

Gamestop

  • Save 30% off Ornata V2 Mecha-Membrane Wired Gaming Keyboard — $70 (originally $100)
  • Save 22% off Logitech G915 TKL Wireless Gaming Keyboard — $180 (originally $230)
  • Save 20% off Alloy Core RGB Wired Membrane Gaming Keyboard — $40 (originally $50)

Best Buy

  • Save $100 on Logitech G512 Wired Mechanical Gaming Keyboards — $50 (originally $150)
  • Save $70 on Corsair K95 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard — $130 (originally $200)
  • Save $85 on Razer BlackWidow Elite Keyboard — $85 (originally $170)

The best gaming headphone deals

Intensify your gaming experience with crisp sound and a noise-canceling microphone.

Gamestop

  • Save 48% off L-Series Wired Gaming Headset — $13 (originally $25)
  • Save 20% off Cloud Stinger Wired Gaming Headset — $40 (originally $50)
  • Save 20% off Cloud Alpha Pro Wired Gaming Headset — $80 (originally $100)

Best Buy

  • Save $45 on Razer Kraken Tournament Edition — $55 (originally $100)
  • Save $30 Corsair HS60 Pro Surround Wired Stereo Gaming Headset — $40 (originally $70)
  • Save $30 on SteelSeries Arctis 5 Wired DTS Headphone Gaming Headset — $70 (originally $100)

Walmart

  • Save $84 on Logitech G533 Wireless Gaming Headset — $66 (originally $150)
  • Save $20 on HyperX Cloud II Gaming Headset — $79 (originally $99)

The best handheld gaming device deals

Many handheld gaming devices, including the Nintendo Switch 32GB console are selling at their regular price. But Best Buy is offering deals on its Switch bundles.

  • Save $120 on Nintendo Switch 32GB Console and SanDisk 400 GB microSDXC Memory Card — $360 (originally $480)
  • Save $72.50 on Nintendo Switch 32GB Console, Elite Edition Starter Kit and San Dish 256GB microSDXC Memory Card — $352.50 (originally $425)

The best gaming console deals

Most stores aren’t running any promotions on gaming consoles. But you’ll find deep discounts on many console games, including Madden NFL 21 and Star Wars: Squadrons.

Game Stop generally has better pricing for games and network subscriptions like the Xbox Game Pass. And you might want to shop around to snag a deal on a new TV for the best gaming experience for your new Xbox or PS4 game.

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