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Last updated: December 17.

A couple of times a week, we trawl through the deepest, darkest corners of the world wide web in order to unearth some of the best PC gaming deals in Australia. This story will largely focus on highlighting PC hardware and peripherals discounts, but if there are any appealing AU-exclusive games bargains, we'll include them too.

Without further ado, here's our current selection of deals — as always, if you spot anything else good, let us know in the comments section below. This round-up will be updated weekly... or just whenever there's an especially good bargain to be had. As bargains expire, we'll remove them from the page. 

For a wide range of deals, as well as live price comparisons, check out our sister site Getprice (opens in new tab).

Cheap gaming PCs in Australia

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Lenovo Legion 5 Pro (opens in new tab) | Ryzen 7 5800H | RTX 3070 | 32GB RAM | 1TB SSD | AU$3,299 AU$2,639.20 (opens in new tab)
A remarkable discount on this powerful gaming laptop, which in addition to the pecs above, boasts a 16 inch WQXGA display with a 165Hz refresh rate. For this deal you'll need to use the coupon code LNVODEC20 at checkout. Via eBay.

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Alienware Aurora Ryzen Edition R10 (opens in new tab) | Ryzen 7 5800 | RTX 3070 | 16GB RAM | 512GB SSD + 2TB SATA | AU$4,099 AU$2,869 (opens in new tab)
It's still tough to buy a 30 series GPU, unless you're happy to get the rest of a gaming PC along with it! If that's you, this substantial discount is certainly very appealing, though probably only if you really like the Alienware Aurora aesthetic. It's true: you either do or you don't. Via Dell.

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Dell G15 Ryzen Edition (opens in new tab) | Ryzen 5 5600H | RTX 3050 | 8GB RAM | 256GB SSD | AU$1,499 AU$1,199 (opens in new tab)
If you're after a productivity lappy that can also play games on low to medium 1080p settings, this is a sterling price. In addition to the specs above, you're getting a 15.6 inch LED display at 1080p res with 120Hz refresh rate. If you want the same model with double the RAM and a 512GB SSD, that's currently AU$1,439 (opens in new tab), down from AU$1,799. Via Dell.

Cheap gaming monitors in Australia

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Dell 27 (S2721DGF) (opens in new tab) | AU$799 AU$519.34 (opens in new tab)
Veteran bargain hunters know you should never pay full price for anything Dell (they're always on sale) so if you've had your eye on this LED-backlit LCD display, here's a good time to grab it. It's a QHD affair with a 165Hz refresh rate and AMD FreeSync Premium Pro. Via Dell.

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Dell 32 curved monitor (S3222HG) (opens in new tab) | AU$699 AU$389 (opens in new tab)
Here's a 31.5 inch HD monitor with a decent 165Hz refresh rate. If you want something big and fast but don't want to spend your entire savings pool, this is a worthy option. Via Dell.

Cheap gaming keyboards in Australia

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Razer BlackWidow V3 Pro (opens in new tab) | AU$395 AU$239 (opens in new tab)
This extremely swish and pricey wireless mechanical keyboard is a bit of an investment at its RRP, and while the current AU$155.95 discount still puts it in a premium price range, this is deal you'll want to grab if you're already on the hunt. Has yellow mechanical switches, doubleshot ABS keycaps and an aluminium construction. The wired version is also on sale for AU$160 (opens in new tab) (down from AU$239.95). Via Amazon.

Cheap gaming mice in Australia

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Razer DeathAdder V2 wired mouse (opens in new tab) | AU$139.95 AU$62 (opens in new tab)
A very nice price on our favourite gaming mouse, which combines simplicity with ruggedness with the usual RGB adornments. This is a AU$77.95 saving on a mouse with one of the best sensors available, and will make the majority of gamers happy. Via Amazon.

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Logitech G203 Hero Lightsync (opens in new tab) | AU$69.95 AU$45 (opens in new tab)
This is our second favourite gaming mouse, chiefly for its balance of quality and affordability. This discount ain't going to make it a better mouse but it is going to make it even more affordable: it's now the cost of an extremely cheap night out. Via Amazon.

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Logitech G703 Hero Lightspeed (opens in new tab) | AU$189 AU$104.50 (opens in new tab)
This classy wireless affair has a 16,000 DPI sensor, as well as 1:1 tracking and 400+ IPS. It's a damn smooth unit, in other words, and this is a substantial discount on a usually fairly pricey rodent. Via Amazon.

Cheap gaming storage in Australia

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Samsung 970 EVO Plus 2TB NVMe SSD (opens in new tab) | AU$369 AU$315 (opens in new tab)
This was down to AU$299 during Black Friday (with its RRP marked as AU$349), but this current AU$315 price is still decent if you're after one. It's the best NVMe SSD for PCIe 3.0 speed, and it has that dependable Samsung reliability too. This is the 2TB model and that amount of space for a touch under AU$300 is good stuff, especially from a prestigious brand. If you're after just 1TB, that's currently AU$165 (opens in new tab), down from AU$179. Via MWave.

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Crucial P5 Plus 1TB NVMe SSD (opens in new tab) | AU$259 AU$239 (opens in new tab)
When it comes to PCIe 4.0 NVMe storage, the Crucial P5 series is usually on the affordable side. This AU$20 discount doesn't seem to be a lot but it is, at least, a discount on some blisteringly fast storage. Via Scorptec.

Cheap gaming chairs in Australia

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Secretlab Titan Evo (2022 series) | AU$679 from AU$644 at Secretlab (opens in new tab) (save AU$35)
It may not be the most jaw dropping discount, but a nice AU$35 off the best gaming chair is much better than nothing. It sits right at the top of our best gaming chairs (opens in new tab)list for a reason: This thing is comfortable, stylish, and full of useful, innovative features.

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Shaun Prescott is the Australian editor of PC Gamer. With over ten years experience covering the games industry, his work has appeared on GamesRadar+, TechRadar, The Guardian, PLAY Magazine, the Sydney Morning Herald, and more. Specific interests include indie games, obscure Metroidvanias, speedrunning, experimental games and FPSs. He thinks Lulu by Metallica and Lou Reed is an all-time classic that will receive its due critical reappraisal one day. 

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