Black Friday is almost upon us, and Amazon is in full swing with deals across the board. Today, we are going to be looking at gaming monitors of all different sizes, quality, and discounts - prepare your wallets.
Firstly, Amazon hasn't just discounted standard entry-level gaming monitors, they have slashed prices quite considerably across all aspect ratios, Hz rates, and resolutions. Not to mention, high pixel quality panels such as Samsung's QLED panels are also heavily discounted.
If you are considering picking up a new gaming monitor for your setup, there are plenty of options available. Discounts on monitors range from smaller 23" displays to gorgeous 28" 4K panels. For those looking to acquire a monitor that is a bit outside of the box, discounts have also been slapped onto Ultra-Wide panels as well.
A full list of the best deals on offer has been compiled below.
Best Black Friday Deals on Gaming Monitors at Amazon
- Acer ED273 Gaming Monitor 27" Curved 1920 x 1080 144Hz Refresh Rate G-SYNC - $199.99 was $279.99
- AOC C24G1 24" Curved Frameless Gaming Monitor, FHD 1080p 144Hz - $144.99 was $179.99
- ASUS VG245H 24 inch Full HD 1080p Gaming Monitor with FreeSync - $187.99 was $199
- ASUS VG248QE 24" Full HD 1920x1080 144Hz Gaming Monitor - $169.99 was $279.99
- Sceptre C305W-2560UN 30-inch 21:9 Curved Gaming Monitor 560x1080p Ultra Wide Ultra Slim HDMI - $199.97 was $249.97
- Samsung 27-Inch CRG5 240Hz Curved Gaming Monitor 1920 x 1080p - $299.99 was $399.99
- Samsung LC24F396FHNXZA 23.5" FHD Curved LED-Lit FreeSync Monitor - $119.99 was $149.99
- BenQ EL2870U 28 inch HDR 4K Gaming Monitor | 1ms Response Time - $249.99 was $299.99
- Samsung 28-Inch UE570 UHD 4K Gaming Monitor 60Hz Refresh - $249.99 was $349.99
- ASUS VG245H 24-inch Full HD FreeSync Gaming Monitor 1080p, 1ms 75Hz - $144.95 was $299.99
- Samsung 34-Inch CJ791 Ultrawide Curved Gaming Monitor 100Hz Refresh, QLED - $569.99 was $899.99
- Samsung 49-Inch CRG90 Curved Gaming Monitor 120Hz Refresh, Ultrawide Screen QLED - $1,049.99 was $1499.99
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