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Cyber Monday Gaming Laptop deals UK: the best mobile bargains right now

Cyber Monday gaming laptop deals

We may not be quite there yet, but there are Cyber Monday gaming laptop deals to be had already. Many of them are hangover deals from the big Black Friday sales event of the past week, but that doesn't make them any less enticing as we move through to Cyber Monday after the weekend. There will be new, fresh deals dropped at the start of the week, but there's no guarantee they're all going to be better than the stellar gaming laptop deals we've already seen and that are still available.

The Best Cyber Monday laptop deals

Cyber Monday gaming laptop deals

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Shipping is going to be a real logistical challenge during the big shopping days this year, so I wouldn't be surprised if the bulk of the gaming laptop deals have already released into the wild in order to get them out sooner. But, come Cyber Monday itself, there will be more laptops to come from the likes of Amazon, Best Buy, and Newegg. With potentially some surprises from Walmart too.

When you're talking about sub-£1,000 gaming laptops you're really looking at best an RTX 2060 or RX 5600M, but if you go down to the sub-£500 level there are still some discrete GPU options that may still net you decent 1080p frame rates.

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 proper, adding the best deals to the top, and removing deals that have expired.

Cyber Monday Gaming Laptop deals


Razer Blade 15 | Intel i7 | RTX 2060 | 512GB SSD | £1,839 £1,527.93 at Ebuyer (save £311)
Razer's iconic Blade gaming laptops are some of the most desirable mobile machines around, and while you can bag cheaper RTX 2060-based notebooks, none can match this 15-inch machine's style, build-quality, or the rest of its spec. With 16GB RAM, and a 512GB NVMe SSD as standard, it's a tasty lappy.View Deal

HP Omen Laptop | Ryzen 7 4800H | GTX 1660 Ti | £1,299.99 £1,099.99 at HP (save £200)
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

Dell G5 15 (AMD) | Ryzen 5 | RX 5600M | £968.99 £949 at Dell (save £20)
This is 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

Aorus 7 | Intel i7 | GTX 1660 Ti | £1,499 £1,251.99 at Amazon (save £247)
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 (save £200)
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 harbouring 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 too.View Deal

MSI GF65 Thin | Intel i7 | GTX 1660 Ti | £1,239.99 £999 at Ebuyer (save £240)
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 today's top games on ultra graphics settings at 1080p, no problems. Really, this ones hard to beat, especially with savings of over £240.View Deal

Cyber Monday Office Laptop deals

Huawei Matebook D14 | Intel i5 | £699.99 £499 at AO (save £200)
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 (save £100)
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 Cyber Monday gaming laptop

The best Cyber Monday 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.

Katie is a confessed logophile with a penchant for metaphor and an insatiable creative urge. She's also an RPG, sim and survival game enthusiast who harbours an overt disdain for MMOs, un-managed cables and software that doesn't include a dark mode.