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Cyber Monday SSD deals 2019

Cyber Monday SSD deals 2019
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Where to find Cyber Monday deals

Amazon - All the things
Walmart - Games, Movies, Budget Laptops
B&H - Monitors, Laptops, and PCs
Best Buy - PCs, Laptops, and Accessories
Target - Games, Accessories, and Laptops
Staples - Gaming Chairs
Lenovo - Discounts on Legion Laptops and PCs
Gamestop - Games and Toys
Razer - Laptops and Gaming Accessories
Newegg - Components and Hardware 
Microsoft - PCs, Laptops, and Games
Dell - Alienware PCs and Laptops
NZXT - 10% off all builds

The best Cyber Monday SSD deals are still available if you've been looking to build a new PC or just update your storage. Games are getting bigger and bigger so the more storage space you can grab at a discount, the better. Red Dead Redemption 2 requires a massive 150GB of space, and that's obviously not accounting for any other games, music, or photos you might have installed on your PC. 

And if you haven't already experienced the magic of blazing fast boot times or games that load in just a few seconds—or even 1TB of storage or more—you should really consider getting an SSD. Cyber Monday SSD deals we've found so far include the Samsung 860 EVO, our favorite SSD for gaming, at a nice discount. 

We'll keep updating the best SSD deals until Cyber Monday ends. And if you're on the prowl for some other great deals, head on over to our main Cyber Monday PC gaming deals page for some other great discounts.

Top 5 Cyber Monday SSD deals

The best SSD deals in the US right now

Samsung 860 EVO 500GB SSD | $57.99 (save $52)
The 500GB version of Samsung's popular 860 EVO SATA SSD is down to just $58, an all-time low price.View Deal

Samsung SSD 860 EVO 4TB SSD | $499.99 (save $80)
This beefy 4TB SSD is at its lowest recorded price, and is cheaper than just about every other 4TB SSD right now. The sale is also live at Newegg and B&H Photo.View Deal

Samsung 970 Evo M.2 NVMe SSD | 1TB | $149.99 (save $20)
It's a small discount, but with sequential read speeds of up to 3.5GB/s and write speeds of up to 2.5GB/s, any money spent on one of the fastest SSDs is money well-spent.View Deal

Crucial P1 500GB 3D NAND NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD| $52.99 (save $14)
This 500GB SSD is the cheapest it has ever been; it works well if you're looking transition from HDD to SDD or decent enough boot drive.

Adata XPG SX8200 Pro M.2 NVMe SSD | 1TB | $147.99 (save $72)
An excellent deal for this 1TB SSD with read/write speeds of up to 3.5/3.0GB/s. It's a great alternative to the Samsung 970 Evo—and cheaper right now, too.View Deal

Intel 660p M.2 SSD 1TB | $82.99 (save ~$12)
One of the cheapest ways to get an extra 1TB of NVMe storage, the 1TB 660p is typically available for less than $100, but this is the lowest price we've seen for this SSD.  View Deal

SanDisk Ultra 2TB | SATA | $219.99 at Best Buy
SATA connections are still plenty fast for gaming purposes, and with some games tipping the scales at over 125GB, 2TB SSDs aren't quite so niche.View Deal

Sabrent Rocket 4.0 2TB | M.2 Gen4 | $339.99 (Save $60)
Do you have a Ryzen 3000 CPU and an X570 motherboard, and you want the fastest storage around? Welcome to PCIe Gen4, with read speeds of up to 5,000MB/s! This 2TB drive has all the storage you need at speeds most drives can only dream of.View Deal

Samsung SSD 860 EVO 1TB | $109.99 (save $50)
A great deal on the super popular 860 EVO SSD. Though still a few bucks more expensive than other 1TB options, Samsung SSDs are reliable and fast.View Deal

WD Blue | 1TB | SATA | $99.99 (save $15)
While it isn't the fastest SSD around, the WD Blue is one of the more reliable SATA-based SSDs you can buy. A great $83 deal has passed, but it's still slightly discounted.View Deal

The best SSD deals in the UK right now

WD Blue | 1TB | SATA | £ 85.97 (£35.03)
WD Blue makes a reliable high-capacity SSD that favors power efficiency over speed. View Deal

PNY CS900 | 480GB | SATA |£42.70 (save £28.09)
This SSD is a good entry level upgrade from a out of date HDD to a faster, more quiet storage solution. View Deal

Cyber Monday SSDs—are they all live now?

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We are officially into the Cyber Monday period, where we see better (and more) deals crop up than the earlier ones over the last couple of weeks. This weekend is when most retailers save their best deals, but there's no guarantee that your chosen SSD will still be in stock.

If you're looking for the absolute best deal, time's a tickin', so if you see something you like out of the best deals we've found so far, jump on that like a kid on a trampoline. You can take a little bit of time, though, with actual Cyber Monday just around the corner on December 2.  Current early Cyber Monday deals will run right into those, and will also likely run until Christmas. 

We're collecting all the best deals from across the web for PC gaming, from the latest graphics cards to the most comfortable gaming chairs, and everything in-between. Stay tuned to PC Gamer all through Black Friday and Cyber Monday for up to the minute savings.

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How to save money on SSDs during Cyber Monday

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You can expect to see a lot of price cuts this November, so how can you be sure you're getting a good Cyber Monday deal? While we'll be searching out the best possible deals during the event itself, there are also a handful of common sense tips that will help make the process feel less overwhelming.

1. Check the price history

Every retailer will be touting its massive price cuts, but are those discounts as good as advertised? Sites like CamelCamelCamel can help you check. As well as letting you easily compare the price of a selected drive across many different sites, it also gives you access to its price history. A common trick is to display massive discounts based on the manufacturer's recommended price—a price that SSD may not have been sold at for years.

2. Do the research

Does your motherboard have an M.2 slot? Will your most played games all fit onto a 1TB SSD? How much are you willing to spend on extra storage? It's worth taking some time to find out what you need or want and what drives would help you achieve that. Some flexibility will help you get the best deal, but it's also worth setting a budget to ensure that you're not spending slightly more on a good deal for a drive you don't need.

Phil leads PC Gamer's UK team. He was previously the editor of the magazine, and thinks you should definitely subscribe to it. He enjoys RPGs and immersive sims, and can often be found reviewing Hitman games. He's largely responsible for the Tub Geralt thing, but still isn't sorry.