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Black Friday Newegg deals 2019

Black Friday Newegg deals 2019
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Black Friday's Newegg deals event is the best time to get save some serious dosh on the hardware you've been dreaming of, especially if you're a PC builder. Whether it's a plush new i9-9900K, a fresh gaming laptop, or just a new LED mousepad (no judgements here, no siree!) Newegg's sales have a little bit of something for everyone. It's one of our go-to places for rig building.

Though it doesn't always come close to Amazon's Black Friday sales in terms of range and price, Newegg makes it simple to find the correct components for your build. What's more, orders can be tax free in some states. There are often rebates, and games bundled with hardware too. When it comes to finding the best deals, though, that often depends on exactly what your shopping for: Newegg specializes largely in hardware, however, so it's a great retailer to watch if you want anything from a new graphics card to a new 144Hz monitor. Anyone searching for pre-builds and laptops are usually well catered for too, but for those seeking TVs and actual games, you should really look elswhere.

Around Black Friday, Newegg's deals are among the best in town, so you should keep this feature bookmarked as we refresh it with the latest deals before the special day in November arrives. For now, here's what you can expect from Newegg and, if you need it, a more general feature on 2019's Black Friday deals.

Black Friday Newegg deals—when do they start?

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Black Friday itself doesn't start until November 29, but the Black Friday Newegg deals sometimes start a week earlier—with offers at other retailers sometimes starting up to two weeks or more. If there's something you're particularly interested in buying through Newegg, it's worth bookmarking this page and checking it as early as November 15 and popping back every few days just to make sure you're not missing any deals. Likewise, Black Friday Newegg deals will probably last until Christmas. That's because Black Friday is happening so late this year, and Cyber Monday doesn't start until December 2.

In terms of buying advice, remember that Newegg's Price Match Guarantee only affects certain items (you'll see the badge clearly displayed on the item's page) and doesn't apply to Black Friday deals from other retailers. Keep that in mind because if you happen to buy something and then see a better deal elsewhere, Newegg probably won't match that price and refund you.

How to save money with Black Friday Newegg deals

Black Friday can be overwhelming. With so much on sale from so many retailers at different price points, it can be frustrating knowing whether you're actually getting the best deal or not. Here are some tips to help you sift through the noise.

1. Know what you need in advance
Retailers like Newegg want to hook you with all sorts of crazy deals on hardware and gadgets you might not actually need to buy. So before Black Friday comes, it helps to make a shopping list of what you actually need and set a budget for how much you're willing to spend to get it. Unless a crazy good deal pops up on something you absolutely need, understand that it's okay to ignore a good sale even if the price is heavily discounted.

2. Always keep price comparison sites bookmarked and nearby
Though Newegg often has very competitive deals, you owe it to yourself to make sure it's the best deal. So before you hit the purchase button, make sure to check websites like CamelCamelCamel which will show you competitive deals from Amazon specifically. Hover Hound is an extension for Google Chrome (also available for Firefox) specifically made for Newegg that shows you price comparisons and price history, which is invaluable for figuring out what is and isn't a deal.

3. Keep an eye our for those always-enticing extras
Depending on what you're looking for, hardware often comes bundled with some nice extras to sweeten the deal. This is especially true for graphics cards, which often come bundled with new games, but can also apply to CPU and motherboard combos and more. So before you buy something, it's worth to check around and see if you can get that same deal but with a nice freebie too.

Best Newegg deals right now

If you absolutely cannot wait until Black Friday to buy some new tech, here are a few of Newegg's best deals right now. Keep in mind that Newegg also has daily deals that rotate every 24 hours—so it can be worth poking in every day to see what they have going on sale.

MSI GL73 gaming laptop | i5-9300H | GTX 1050 Ti | 256GB SSD | 8GB RAM | $649.99 (save $150)
This is a solid budget gaming laptop, with a GPU and CPU that'll handle most games. You get an extra $50 rebate, and a free headset too.View Deal

MSI Optix AG32C gaming monitor | 32" curved | 165Hz | 1ms | $279.99 (save $50)
This is a decent price for a 32" curved monitor, especially with that delightful 165Hz refresh rate. You're saving $50 here, a good reduction.View Deal

Lenovo Legion Y740 | 17.3" 144Hz screen | i7-8750H | RTX 2070 | 16GB RAM | 256GB SSD/1TB HDD | $1479.99 (save $500)
A great price here for a 17.3" gaming laptop, with a very tasty spec. A 2070 GPU and an i7 CPU, along with a decent sized dual-storage solution. Well worth a look.View Deal

Samsung NU6900 4K TV | 75" | $997.99 (save $502)
A very good price for such a large, competent 4K TV. What makes it really compelling, is that you also get a free HDMI cable, wallmount, and digital TV antenna thrown in too. Nice.View Deal

Black Friday Newegg deals from 2018 (expired)

These deals are no longer on sale, but they're useful to see what kind of savings you can expect from certain items. Below you'll find a sampling of the best Black Friday Newegg deals that cover a wide range of hardware and peripherals. Just to reiterate, though, these deals are from last year and are no longer active.

Acer KG241P 24" 144Hz 1080p Monitor | $150 ($80 off)
This FreeSync 144Hz monitor is $80 off for Cyber Monday. Make sure to enter promo code CMAD101 at checkout to get the full discount.

MSI GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 4GB | $130 ($40 off)
This is one of the best prices we've ever seen for a GTX 1050 Ti, though a $10 mail-in rebate is required.

Sapphire PULSE Radeon RX 580 8GB | $200 ($50 off)
A few RX 580 cards have been cheaper than this over the past week, but this deal doesn't require a mail-in rebate, and it comes with two free games (your choice from The Division 2, Resident Evil 2, and Devil May Cry 5).

WD Blue 4TB 5400 RPM Hard Drive | $100 ($70 off)
This isn't a fast 7200RPM hard drive, but it still has a capacity of 4TB.

LG 27MP59G 27" IPS 1080p Monitor | $150 ($80 off)
This 75Hz FreeSync monitor is $90 off for Cyber Monday, when you use promo code CMAD100 at checkout. 

Acer Predator X27 | IPS | 144Hz G-Sync + HDR | 4K | $1,800 (Save $200)
This is still the most expensive monitor around, but with good reason: it's the highest of the high end, with HDR added to the list of features along with high refresh rate, G-Sync, and 4K resolution. At $300 off, this is the first major discount we've seen.

Blue Yeti Microphone (Midnight Blue Edition) | $90 ($40 off)
The Blue Yeti is our current top choice for a PC microphone, and the Midnight Blue version is $40 off for Black Friday.

Gigabyte Aero 15X | i7-8750H | GTX 1070 | $1,849 (save $450)
One of our favorite gaming laptops, the light-and-thin 15.6" Aero 15X sports a Max-Q GTX 1070 and 144Hz screen, 16GB RAM, a 512GB SSD and fantastic battery life.

Intel  Core i5-9600K | $250 ($30 off)
Intel's CPUs rarely go on sale, so this latest-gen Core i5 processor for $30 is a pretty good deal. 

CyberpowerPC Gaming PC | Ryzen 5 2600 | GTX 1050 Ti | $600 ($200 off)
This is a great price for an entry-level gaming desktop. It has an AMD Ryzen 5 2600 processor, a GTX 1050 Ti graphics card, 8GB RAM, a 120GB SSD, and a 1TB hard drive.

ASUS ROG Strix Z390-E Motherboard | $200 ($45 off)
This ASUS motherboard for the Intel Z390 platform has a pre-mounted I/O shield, RGB lighting, and comprehensive cooling options.

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