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Cyber Monday gaming monitor deals 2019 – 24-inch BenQ IPS for $100

Some of the best Cyber Monday deals are on gaming monitors this year

Best ultrawide monitor - Samsung C49J89

As much as we’re always desperate for Cyber Monday graphics card deals, the real stars this latest consumerist holiday sale are the Cyber Monday gaming monitor deals. Seriously, there are some astoundingly good deals going down right now on some of the best gaming monitors known to man. Or woman. Basically anyone can enjoy these screen deals, is what I’m saying.

One of the best panels around, the 165Hz IPS from the Asus ROG Swift PG279Q, is also used in the Acer Predator XB271, and that’s got a mighty fine discount on both sides of the pond. You can also get some fantastic deals on more general IPS panels, with 24-inch screens for less than $100.

But there are also stellar deals available on cheap 4K gaming monitors, a whole host of AMD FreeSync displays, high refresh rate ultrawide screens, and even Jacob’s favourite, the 49-inch Samsung super, mega, ultrawide. There are also some superb budget IPS options too, for the parsimonious gamer or those looking for a quality second screen without wanting to spend a fortune on the privilege.

If you’re looking for other bargains don’t forget to check out our mega Cyber Monday PC deals page for reams and reams of deals across CPUs, gaming laptops, gaming headsets, graphics cards, and SSDs.

Asus ROG Swift PG35VQ backlighting

Cyber Monday gaming monitor deals US

Have a budget in mind, and a desired spec, and you can find yourself with a fantastic Cyber Monday gaming monitor deal. But make sure you do your research and know exactly what sort of screen you’re after, because otherwise even a bargain purchase could end up being a costly mistake.

Acer Predator XB271HU – save $150 – $550 at Amazon
27-inch | 2560 x 1440 | 165Hz

This stunning Nvidia G-Sync monitor has an outstanding panel, capable of hitting a peak of 165Hz for super smooth gaming.

Sceptre C248W – $100 at Amazon
24-inch | 1920 x 1080 | 75Hz

If you’re after a budget monitor it’s tough to get away from dodgy TN panels, but this curved VA display also has a 75Hz refresh.

Sceptre C275B – save $33 – $155 at Amazon
27-inch | 1920 x 1080 | 144Hz

Combining a 144Hz refresh rate with AMD FreeSync compatibility, this 1080p gaming monitor will deliver good value big-screen budget gaming…


BenQ GW2480 – save $49 – $100 at Amazon
24-inch | 1920 x 1080 | 60Hz

Getting an IPS panel for $100 or less is the challenge and one that BenQ has readily accepted…

LG 4K gaming monitor

Samsung UE570 – save $100 – $250 at Amazon
28-inch | 3840 x 2160 | 60Hz

Yes, you read that right, $250 for a 4K FreeSync gaming monitor. Sure, it’s TN, but the 4K TN panels are actually pretty good.

BenQ EX2780Q– save $200 – $400 at Amazon
27-inch | 2560 x 1440 | 144Hz

A full $200 off this 1440p, 144Hz monitor that’s less than three months old is a sound investment whatever way you want to look at it.

Check out our guide to the best gaming monitors with the latest prices.

Cyber Monday gaming monitor deals UK

Asus ROG Swift PG279Q – save £14 – £711 on Amazon
27-inch | 2560 x 1440 | 165Hz

Asus has put its finest gaming monitor around on sale. It’s still a hell of a lot of cash, but it’s also a genuinely great panel.

Dell SE2219H – save £22 – £78 on Amazon
21.5-inch | 1920 x 1080 | 60Hz

A deal so good I’ve already got my mum to buy one. This is a great price for a 1080p IPS panel with Dell’s quality tech.

Samsung CRG5 – save £60 – £170 on Amazon
24-inch | 1920 x 1080 | 144Hz

This VA panel comes with FreeSync and a super-high refresh rate to make with the super-smooth gaming. And it’s curved… if you like that sorta thing.

Acer Nitro VG270Ubmiipx – save £60 – £220 on Amazon
27-inch | 2560 x 1440 | 75Hz

A great price for a 1440p IPS panel, especially one that comes with a slightly higher than normal refresh rate. And you can tell 75Hz from 60Hz.

Samsung LS34J550WQUXEN – save £85 – £295 on Amazon
34-inch | 3440 x 1440 | 60Hz

A great price for an ultrawide 21:9 monitor, and while it doesn’t have a high refresh rate it does still have FreeSync and an ultra low lag mode.

Samsung C49RG90 gaming monitor

Samsung U28E590D – save £105 – £195 on Amazon
28-inch | 3840 x 2160 | 60Hz

A great price for a 4K monitor, sporting the improved TN panels that came with the larger UHD displays.

BenQ EW3270U – save £90 – £300 on Amazon
32-inch | 3840 x 2160 | 60Hz

Using a VA panel, this affordable 4K screen delivers a great picture, with excellent contrast performance.

LG 32UK550 – save £100 – £300 on Amazon
31.5-inch | 3840 x 2160 | 60Hz

An AMD FreeSync gaming monitor with a VA panel that makes for a great UHD gaming experience at a great price.

ASUS ROG Swift PG349Q – save £210 – £870 on Amazon
34-inch | 3440 x 1440 | 120Hz

A curved IPS panel with G-Sync compatibility and a glorious image, and with a hell of a discount too.

Asus ROG Swift PG27UQ – save £830 – £1,469 on Amazon
27-inch | 3840 x 2160 | 144Hz

4K G-Sync at 144Hz was once the holy grail, but at over £2k it’s a ridiculous price. This is still expensive, but it’s a lot of monitor for the money.

Check out our guide to the best gaming monitors with the latest prices.

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