Here’s the cheapest Gaming Laptops on Black Friday 2019
Shopping for a new Gaming Laptop this year? We’ve looked through all the Black Friday ads and broken down where you can get the the cheapest Gaming Laptops. We’ve got 3 picks for you in the entry-level, mid-range and high-end categories as well as backup options if anything is OOS on Black Friday.
Best Deal on an Entry-Level Gaming Laptop: $449
Both Walmart and Best Buy have basically the same HP gaming laptop for sale, but Best Buy’s pricing is $50 cheaper due to a Ryzen 5 CPU versus a Core i5 in Walmart’s version. If having an Intel chip is important to you, go with Walmart’s model for $499.
Both models have a NVIDIA GTX 1050 card (3GB), 256 SSD drive, 8GB SDRAM, a 15.6-inch 1080p screen, a back-lit keyboard, Bang & Olufsen Audio speakers and a “Shadow Black, Green” finish.
Best Deal on an Mid-Range Gaming Laptop: $799
Newegg has a compelling deal on a MSI-brand gaming laptop for $799 (after a $100 rebate). It offers an Intel Core i7-9750H, a NVIDIA GTX 1660 Ti (6GB), 512GB SSD storage, 8GB of RAM (expands up to 64GB), back-lit keyboard and a 15.6″ 1080p screen.
Alternatively, Target is offering a fairly similar model for $899 (no rebate unfortunately). It’s a HP OMEN laptop with the Core i7-9750H, a NVIDIA GTX 1650, 512GB SSD storage, 8GB of RAM (capped), back-lit keyboard and a 15.6″ 1080p screen.
In addition, Best Buy has a great option for $899 if you want a larger 17-inch screen. They had an ASUS 17.3″ with an Intel i7-9750H, NVIDIA GTX 1660 Ti (6GB), 512GB SSD storage, 16GB of RAM and a back-lit keyboard.
Best Deal on an High-End Gaming Laptop: $1,149
The standout option here is another MSI laptop discounted to $1,149 (after $100 rebate) by Newegg. This MSI laptop offers a Core i7-9750H, a NVIDIA RTX 2060 (6GB), 512GB SSD storage, 16GB of RAM, a back-lit keyboard, and a 1080p display with 144Hz refresh rate.
Alternatively, Best Buy has a solid deal on another MSI laptop discounted by $500 to $1,399. That MSI laptop offers the same processor / storage / video card, but ups the RAM to 32GB and the 1080p display has a 240Hz refresh rate instead of 144Hz. Thus you pay $250 more for a higher refresh rate and twice the RAM. Both laptops have MSI’s Cooler Boost tech for cooling the CPU & GPU with seven heat pipes, both have MSI’s thin bezel design.