Samsung Odyssey Neo G8 Gaming Monitor |
$1499.99 $999.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Yet more great price drops are landing on Samsung’s line up of gaming monitors. The Neo G8 curved 4K gaming monitor from Samsung has seen a $500 price reduction over at Amazon (opens in new tab), which is a hefty drop to say the least. The ultra wide display has a speedy 240hz refresh rate, and the slightly curved design means you can get lost in any virtual world of your choosing.
Dell S2721DGF QHD Gaming Monitor |
£399 £259 at Very (opens in new tab)
On the hunt for a reliable gaming monitor that also gives you an added bonus? Look no further. A great offer is going on right now that will bag you Dell’s QHD gaming monitor with a 27-inch display and save you £140 at Very (opens in new tab). And if you’re looking for something to play, this deal will get you Xbox Game Pass for 3 months so you can tuck into a vast library of games. Not too shabby at all.
Samsung Odyssey G9 |
$1,499.99 $999.99 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
We’re seeing a massive price drop on Samsung’s G9 curved gaming monitor. The big 49-inch display has a super speedy 240Hz refresh rate and offers up an immersive experience to enhance your set up. With a hearty $500 saving at Best Buy (opens in new tab), this is definitely a deal to take note of right now.
Sceptre Curved Gaming Monitor |
$259.97 $169.97 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
If you’re looking to get your hands on a curved display on a budget, we’re starting to see to some great savings on the ultra wide gaming monitor from Spectre ahead of Black Friday tomorrow. With built-in speakers and a 30-inch display, you can pick this monitor up right now and save yourself $90 over at Amazon. (opens in new tab)
LG UltraGear 32GP83B |
$499.99 $349.99 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
If you’re on the hunt for an excellent gaming monitor for less, you can pick up the UltraGear model from LG right now and make a big saving. The 1440p 32-inch display has a speedy 165hz refresh rate, and it’s well worth a look in right now with $150 shaved off the price tag over at Best Buy (opens in new tab).
Alienware AW2521HFL |
$249.99 $199.99 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
With a lightning-fast 240Hz refresh rate, this is an excellent pickup for those with a rig powerful enough to accommodate insane framerates. Thanks to a $50 saving, you can now pick this one up for under $200 at Best Buy. (opens in new tab) Some might call this 25-inch Alienware screen ‘stellar’ or ‘out of this world’, though we won’t resort to such wordplay here.
ASUS TUF VG279Q1A |
$299.99 $169.99 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
If you’re looking for a reliable Full HD resolution monitor with solid gaming specs to boot, you can’t go wrong with this 27-inch screen from ASUS. With a saving of $130 to be had, you’re getting a solid pickup for $169.99 at Best Buy (opens in new tab) that will serve you well for 1080p gaming.
Samsung Odyssey G3 |
$249.99 $179.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Looking for a Samsung pedigree monitor with solid gaming specs on a sweet deal? Then you’ll want to check out this one on the Samsung Odyssey G3. With a $70 saving to be made, you can currently pick it up for $179.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab). It’s not quite a record price, but it’s only a few dollars off.
AOC CU34G2X |
$399.99 $349.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
The AOC CU34G2X is down to $349.99 right now (opens in new tab), which is a solid $50 off its initial $399.99 MSRP. We’ve seen the ultrawide monitor go for less, but if you’re still getting a superb 34-inch monitor for great value, if you decide to pick it up.
And away we go! Welcome to our live blog going over the best gaming monitor deals Black Friday has to offer in 2022 – we do hope you’re well. We’re looking to get a good mixture of screens in front of your eyes, from colossal ultrawides that may necessitate an additional desk purchase to ultra-speedy 1080p screens to suit the budding esports athlete. Black Friday and Cyber Monday are still a few days away, but the deals keep coming – and they won’t stop coming – so let’s make sure this liveblog hits the ground running.