If you're on the hunt for Black Friday gaming laptop deals, you're in the right place, but as the weekend comes to an end all of the freshest discounts are going into our Cyber Monday gaming laptop deals pages. So check them out for the very latest offers.
This Black Friday has seen some absolutely great bargains that—as long as stock remains—will carry over into the weekend. And while no doubt be some big discounts are being held back for Cyber Monday, they're unlikely to be the best—the real deals are happening right now.
That makes now a great time to snag a portable gaming laptop, with savings of often hundreds of pounds. You'll fine some great savings on high-end machines capable of gaming at high refresh rates, but also some killer deals in the sub-£1,000 bracket too. For instance, there's this 144Hz gaming laptop with an RX 5600M for just over £800.
With the global pandemic still looming, shipping has become a real logistical challenge. As such, it's also worth checking back for Cyber Monday and into December, as retailers are incentivised to spread the deals throughout this period to keep up with the demand.
Below are all the best gaming laptop deals we've found so far. We'll continue to update this page throughout the weekend and into Cyber Monday, adding the best deals to the top, and removing deals that have expired.
Black Friday deals: quick links
- Amazon - Black Friday deals on anything and everything
- Lenovo - Discounts on Legion Laptops and PCs
- Razer - Laptops and Gaming Accessories
- Newegg - Components and Hardware
- Microsoft - PCs, Laptops, and Games
- Dell - Alienware PCs and Laptops
- Laptops Direct - Laptops, Monitors and Gadgets
- Scan - Components, Laptops and Gaming Accessories
- Currys & PC world - Deals on PCs, Laptops, Gadgets and Tech
- Ebuyer - PCs, Laptops, Components and Gadgets
Black Friday Gaming Laptop deals
Razer Blade Pro 17 | Intel i7 | RTX 2070 |
£2,299.92 £1,599.98 at Ebuyer
This Razer Blade Pro 17 really is something special, and a complete steal right now at £700 off. It features the powerful combo of an 8-core, 16-thread Core i7-10875H alongside an RTX 2070 MaxQ for a great gaming powerhouse that can make real use of the 17.3-inch 300Hz 1080p screen. The spec is rounded off with 16GB of RAM and a 512GB SSD for an altogether awesome gaming machine. View Deal
HP Omen Laptop | Ryzen 7 4800H | GTX 1660 Ti |
£1,299.99 £1,099.99 at HP
This is a lot of laptop for your money. The Ryzen 7 4800H at its heart is an 8-core, 16-thread beast that can boost up to 4.2GHz. Pairing it with the 1660 Ti makes for a solid gaming experience at the screen's native 1080p resolution. You get 8GB of RAM, which is a fine starting point, while the 512GB SSD gives you plenty of room for your games. This is a great deal at £200 off its usual price.View Deal
Razer Blade Stealth | Intel i7 | GTX 1650 Ti |
£1,899.97 £999.97 at Laptops Direct (SELLING FAST)
It may not come with the greatest GPU ever, but that's a saving of £900 for a pretty decent gaming machine. It has 13.3-inch HD display, and will handle most games at medium settings; the 16GB RAM and 512GB SSD should see them running fast, as well. There's a one year warranty with this one, and you get a Marvel's Avengers game code for free, too. View Deal
Dell G5 15 (AMD) | Ryzen 5 | RX 5600M |
£968.99 £806.64 at Dell
With the code 'BLACK15', you get a total of £162.34 savings on a really well performing laptop. It manages to keep up with the more expensive Nvidia RTX 2060 configurations, and with a speedy 1080p 144Hz screen, you can get some fast paced gaming done, no problems. The only real downsides are weak speakers and a plastic lid—but if you wear headphones anyway, and are careful...View Deal
Dell G5 15 | Core i7 | RTX 2070 |
£1,549 £1,316.64 at Dell
Similarly, the 'BLACK15' coupon code will grant an overall saving of over £250. For that price, you're getting a dandy 2nd Gen RTX GPU, backed by the powerful 10th gen Intel Core i7. It boast a speedy 144Hz screen, and though at 1080p you may not be able to see every tiny detail of the RTX heaven laid before you, it'll deliver great FPS, with minimal screen tear, on plenty of top games.View Deal
Lenovo Legion Y540 15 | Intel i5 | RTX 2060 |
£1,299.99 £899.99 at Lenovo
If you use the coupon code 'BLACKFRIDAY' at the checkout, you're looking at a £400 savings on a quality mid-range laptop. The 256GB SSD may only store a few graphics heavy games at once, but the Lenovo Legion will deliver a winning performance with most modern games at 1080p with ray tracing on. Plus, free shipping.View Deal
Dell G7 17 | Intel i7 | GTX 1660 Ti |
£1,418.99 £1,049.99 at Dell
Use the coupon code 'BLACK15' at the checkout, to get an total of £229.84 savings on this flashy lappy. For that, you'll get the power of the 10th gen Intel chip, backed by Nvidias GTX 1660 Ti, a sturdy performer when it comes to current gen, non-RTX graphics. All this with a speedy 512GB SSD, and with a 144Hz 1080p screen, you shouldn't see an oz of screen tear—nor should your FPS drop below 60 on Ultra settings with that GPU.View Deal
Aorus 7 | Intel i7 | GTX 1660 Ti |
£1,499 £1,251.99 at Amazon
An incredible saving on a punchy 17.3-inch laptop here, with a powerful CPU and the still very relevant GTX 1660 Ti packed in. It may not be up on the ray-tracing trend, but the sheer quality means this is still worth a look. If you're not into all that RTX-on stuff, and just wanna get some old fashioned 1080p gaming in on the go, it may be the laptop for you.View Deal
Alienware m15 R2 | Intel i7 | RTX 2060 |
£1,999 £1,799.99 at Amazon
That's almost £200 savings on a very decent machine, one that will bring you into the age of ray tracing—in style. Although it's harboring one of the lower end Nvidia RTX GPUs, the Intel Core i7 paired with 16GB RAM should mean it'll handle most games at a decent FPS. And, the 144Hz 1080p screen is a touch above average.View Deal
MSI GF65 Thin | Intel i7 | GTX 1660 Ti |
£1,239.99 £999 at Ebuyer
Although there's no RTX capability here, this is a great mid-range laptop with dedicated graphics and a nice big screen. The performance is good enough to handle most of todays top games on ultra graphics settings at 1080p, no problems. Really, this ones hard to beat, especially with savings of over £240.View Deal
Black Friday Office Laptop deals
Huawei Matebook D14 | Intel i5 |
£649.99 £499 at AO
No dedicated graphics with this one, but a high-quality machine, all the same. The 10th Gen core i5 is paired with 8GB of RAM, and 256GB SSD storage. You're looking at a well-built, fast charging machine offering 10 hours battery life for standard tasks, not a bad deal. Apparently, it can play Fortnite and Rocket League happily, as well. View Deal
HP 14s-dq1505sa | Intel i7 |
£699 £599 at Currys
This 14-inch laptop is a compact little powerhouse. It may not have a dedicated GPU, but the 10th gen, quad core Intel i7's integrated graphics, and 8GB ram, mean it'll handle a host of creative tasks. It'll even run the Sims 4, if that's your bag. Comes with a decent sized 512GB SSD, too, and right now it's £100 off. View Deal
What to look out for in a Black Friday gaming laptop
The best Black Friday gaming laptop deals will deliver high-performance hardware for a knockdown price. But it doesn't automatically scan that just because something has a three-figure discount that it will be worth the money. You need to keep an eye on what parts are being used, what else you get for your cash, and whether it's actually right for you.
We're at a crossroads in PC gaming tech right now; at the end of one generation and the beginning of another. That's mostly in the desktop PC space, however, with new laptop graphics cards, and mobile gaming CPUs not expected until early next year.
But companies are still aiming to shift stock so expect some discounts on current-gen kit. Don't be fooled into parting with money for anything beyond the last generation of GPUs, however. It's unlikely there'll be a laptop with an Nvidia 10-series graphics card inside it that's worth buying this Black Friday.
Keep an eye out for storage, and memory size too. That's most true at the low end of the market, where manufacturers may aim to keep prices low by using single sticks of memory and therefore halving the potential memory bandwidth. That might not be a problem in the very cheapest of gaming laptops, however, where the GPU will make the most difference to your experience.