Skip to main content

Black Friday 4K monitor deals: make the most of UHD this year for less

Black Friday 4K monitor deals
(Image credit: Samsung)

Black Friday 4K monitor deals are becoming more commonplace now that the format has been adopted by the best gaming PCs en masse with the best 4K monitors for gaming, as well as with the newest console generation. 

Both the PS5 and Xbox Series X are capable of 4K120, which is made possible through the best Xbox Series X monitors or best PS5 monitors on the market. Regardless of your platform of choice, you're sure to find some stellar deals on UHD panels for both productivity and gaming. 

It wasn't too long ago that Ultra HD displays would cost the Earth, and while they are still pricier than their Full HD or QHD counterparts (in most instances), generally, the prices have plummeted tremendously compared to what the situation was like only a few short years ago.

If you're interested in more options regarding the possible discounts on stellar displays, then keep an eye on our roundup Black Friday gaming monitor deals for a more generalized bird's eye view of what to expect on the day. 

When will the Black Friday 4K monitor deals start?

Black Friday is slated for November 26, this year, but that doesn't necessarily mean that the Black Friday 4K monitor deals will start then, as we've seen online retailers rolling them out earlier and earlier over the past few years, especially from the likes of Amazon, Dell, and Best Buy. It's far more likely that 4K monitors will go on sale as early as Monday or Tuesday of that week, and will conclude on Cyber Monday. However, the deepest deals are all but definitely going to happen on the Friday itself. 

Where will the best Black Friday 4K monitor deals be?

We'll be bringing you the best Black Friday 4K monitor deals nearer to the time, but for now, here's what you can currently expect from all the major online retailers. 

US: 

Amazon: Deep, and frequent, deals on Samsung, Asus, BenQ, and models
Dell: There's currently a huge $1,250 off an Alienware 55-inch OLED panel
Best Buy: Steady, if minor, deals on productivity and budget gaming units
Newegg: Few deals available right now, but consistent low prices

UK:

Amazon: Great deals on budget 4K gaming monitors from major brands
Currys: Minor deals available on Samsung UHD productivity monitors
eBuyer: Good savings to be made on LG, BenQ, and Samsung panels
Overclockers: Most of the current deals are on refurbished gaming units

Black Friday 4K monitor deals: what to expect on the day

The Black Friday 4K monitor deals, at least when looking back at last year, were much more concerned with productivity panels as opposed to gaming displays. Taking Dell as a frame of reference, its P2721Q monitor was selling for $464.99 down from $660 - for a total saving of $155. It's a similar story with the UltraSharp 43 4K ultrawide, which was reduced to $789.99 from its original $1,050 and came with a free $100 gift card on top. That's not to say that gaming monitors were completely neglected, however, at Best Buy last year, the Samsung UJ59 LED 4K FreeSync monitor was down to $269.99 (knocked down from $369.99) for a full $100 saving. Dell, Amazon, and Best Buy are definitely the three biggest retailers to keep a close watch on. 

Black Friday 4K monitor deals

(Image credit: Dell)

Today's deals

Our price comparison technology is working tirelessly to bring you the best prices on all our favorite 4K gaming monitors this side of Black Friday. 

Our number one pick is the Asus XG27UQ, for its 144Hz refresh rate, IPS panel, 1ms response time, and its Ultra HD display, of course. Keep in mind, that it's a pretty expensive choice, but if you've got the kind of power needed to unlock what it can do, then it's absolutely worth looking out for on Black Friday. 

Today's best 4K monitor deals


Looking to replace your rig or workstation for less this year? Then Black Friday gaming PC deals and Black Friday laptop deals are sure to be all you're after. 

Aleksha McLoughlin

I’ve recently graduated with a BA Hons degree in Journalism after what feels like an eternity. In that time, roughly seven years, I’ve written for the likes of Expert Reviews and Tech Spark, with my passion for all things tech and gaming related leading me here as Hardware Editor of GamesRadar+. This past year alone I’ve helped produce a documentary series for the BBC, and been active in the field of music journalism through my escapades seen in No Clean Singing and Vinyl Chapters.