The actual Cyber Monday gaming deals event may be over as we've moved on now, but there are still live deals and discounts. If you missed yesterday's offerings, or are happy to browse some more games or smaller items to continue to enhance your setup, then you can still take advantage of some reduced prices and deals.
We've seen stellar sales on consoles, games, hardware, accessories, VR, and even tabletop RPGs, so if it's been a great sales season to be on the hunt for anything gaming related - and we can vouch for that having scoured the internet across the last several days intensely.
But the big news today is that we're still seeing plenty of hot Cyber Monday gaming deals so if there's something you've had your eye on but have been waiting for the right time, now's that time.
We're always advocates for looking to gaming deals to save you money, and this time of year is always literally the best time - it's just in time for the holidays, and the prices are never lower throughout the year. Anyway, let's get to those deals that are still live right now.
Today's best Cyber Monday gaming deals still live in the US
- Amazon: games from $11 and record low prices on accessories (opens in new tab)
- Best Buy: save up to $50 on consoles and $40 on PS5 games (opens in new tab)
- CDkeys: up to 95% off digital downloads on all platforms (opens in new tab)
- Dell: Alienware laptops and PCs up to $950 off (opens in new tab)
- Game Pass: get 3 months Ultimate for $27 at CDKeys (opens in new tab)
- Graphics cards: save up to $620 on RTX 3080 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
- HP: Victus laptops from $849 (opens in new tab)
- Microsoft: 50% off games and $50 off consoles (opens in new tab)
- Newegg: gaming PCS now starting at just $389 (opens in new tab)
- Nintendo Switch: save up to $30 on games at Amazon (opens in new tab)
- Oculus Quest 2: save $50 plus two free games at Amazon (opens in new tab)
- PCs: RTX PCs from $849 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
- PS5: God of War: Ragnarok bundle | $559 at Walmart (opens in new tab)
- RTX 3080 laptop: MSI Leopard now just $1,399 at Walmart (opens in new tab)
- Walmart: PS5 bundle restocks and big savings on accessories (opens in new tab)
- Xbox: save up to 80% on games at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Oculus Quest 2 (128GB) + Beat Saber + Resident Evil 4 |
$399.99 $349.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $50 - In terms of ridiculous offers, Amazon has already taken the cake. This is one of the best Cyber Monday gaming deals we've seen so far because the value of what you're getting is so aggressively good. The 256GB version of the Quest 2 is on offer as well for $429.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab) instead of $499, so you can always opt for a model with larger memory if you'd prefer.
Nintendo Switch + Mario Kart 8 Deluxe + 3 months Nintendo Switch Online |
$399 $299 at Walmart (opens in new tab)
Save $100 - The Switch's mega bundle is back with a vengeance for 2022, and it's packing an aggressively good $299 sales price that's the best you're likely to get. Because it comes with one of the console's most popular games and an online membership that allows you to play with family or friends remotely, this is by far and away the best of the Switch Black Friday gaming deals.
Xbox Series X (Refurbished) |
$499.99 $469.99 at Microsoft (opens in new tab)
Save $30 – Want to save on the Series X? This is the only way to do it right now, and that's a pretty decent offer all-round for today's Cyber Monday gaming deals.
WD BLACK SN850 PS5 SSD (1TB) |
$239.99 $136.99 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Save $103 - As the most popular PS5 SSD, and potentially one of the best, this reduction is one of the highlights of the sales season. That means this is probably one of the best opportunities you'll get to upgrade your console's memory for less this year.
Xbox Series S + Xbox Wireless Controller |
$359.99 $289.99 at Walmart (opens in new tab)
Save $70 - Want a bonus controller to go with your console, perhaps so you can get down to some couch co-op? Walmart's offer has you covered, and it's an incredibly good discount so far as Xbox Black Friday gaming deals go.
PowerA Enhanced Wired controller (Pikachu Arcade Edition) |
$27.99 $19.99 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Save $8 - Want a budget-friendly spare controller? This cute Pikachu Arcade Edition one from PowerA (which is known for making great controllers) is a good chunk of change less right now. We can say from personal experience that these are reliable, responsive, and comfy.
MSI MPG ARTYMIS 273CQR gaming monitor |
$499.99 $379.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $120 - That's a very decent offer on a curved gaming monitor from MSI, a very well-respected name in the business. At 27 inches it's a decent size for bedrooms or home offices, and it packs in a 1440p resolution to go with a nippy 165Hz refresh rate as well. Thoroughly decent for the price, and one of the better Cyber Monday gaming deals overall. Panel size: 27; Resolution: 1440p; Refresh rate: 165Hz
Mario Party Superstars (Nintendo Switch) |
$59.99 $46.90 at Walmart (opens in new tab)
Save $12 - This is the ideal choice if you're preparing for some multiplayer mayhem over the Holidays; Mario Party is always a lot of easygoing fun. And because this one's based on the Nintendo 64 version, it's crammed with nostalgia too. A solid addition to the Cyber Monday gaming deals, this... particularly because the game is so rarely reduced.
Disney Villainous |
$39.99 $27.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $12 - We very rarely see this popular game get a reduction, so it being hit with a rice cut for the Cyber Monday gaming deals is a total win so far as we're concerned.
iBUYPOWER SlateMR247i gaming PC |
$999.99 $749 at Walmart (opens in new tab)
Save $250.99 - Want to get a budget gaming PC that still packs a punch? This offer is ideal. That sub-$1K price gets you a solid Intel i5 processor, an RTX 3050 8GB GPU, a speedy 480GB SSD, and 8GB of DDR4. A mouse and a keyboard is also included, which is a nice touch.
Asus ROG Zephyrus G14 14-inch RTX 3060 gaming laptop |
$1,399.99 $899.99 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Save $500 - Last year's Asus ROG Zephyrus G14 is having a great Cyber Monday thanks to this aggressively good offer. You're getting one of the best laptops around with a Ryzen 7 processor, 16GB RAM, and an RTX 3060 GPU for $500 off the MSRP. That's a fantastic discount.
Betrayal at House on the Hill (3rd edition) |
$55.99 $26.96 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $28 - One of our favorite games got a remake in 2022, and we love it even more than the original version. That makes this offer in today's Cyber Monday gaming deals a total steal. Seriously, don't sleep on this one.
Elden Ring |
$59.99 $35 at Walmart (opens in new tab)
Save $24.99 – Elden Ring has been hovering around $49.99 for quite a while now, so seeing it drop to $35 in today's Cyber Monday gaming deals is impressive. That's its lowest ever price, too.
Thrustmaster eSwap X Pro controller + FREE $50 eGift Card |
$159.99 $143.99 at Dell (opens in new tab)
Save $60 - not as low as it was in the sales, but this is still a little discount plus that gift card makes it very worthy of your attention still! And you're picking up one of the very best third-party controllers for Xbox, and a fine PC pad too.
Sony A95K QD-OLED 4K TV (55-inch) |
$2,999.99 $2,499.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $500 - We will never not include this and the Samsung S95B in our gaming coverage. Simply and objectively the best TV to come from any brand in 2022, this requires an investment, yes, but the results will be superb, especially so for gaming, and even more with a PS5. This is 2 dollars up from its record low that we saw in the sales but it's still superb value.
NBA 2K23 (Nintendo Switch) |
$59.99 $27 at Walmart (opens in new tab)
Save $32 - You can get a record-low price on the latest NBA game right now via the Cyber Monday gaming deals; we've only ever seen it go as low as $39.99 in the past.
Samsung QD-OLED S95B 4K TV (55-inch) + FREE Xbox controller |
$1,899.99 $1,699.99 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Save $200 - And again like the Sony A95K, this is the other best gaming TV of the year. The price has gone up a bit again as they do post-sales, but this deal still throws in that free Xbox controller (worth $60). Perfect for setting up the TV and jumping straight into Samsung's built-in Gaming Hub and Xbox App and getting going on Game Pass straight away.
PS5 DualSense Controller (Cosmic Red) |
$74.99 $49 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $21 - Getting your hands on an extra controller has never been cheaper! You can currently pick up a spare or replacement DualSense for a record low price, which is always a very welcome thing considering how expensive these tend to be nowadays.
Early Cyber Monday gaming deals in the UK
- Amazon: Series S now £189 and record low prices on games (opens in new tab)
- Currys: PCs from £599 and £50 off Oculus Quest 2 (opens in new tab)
- CDkeys: up to 94% off games and services (opens in new tab)
- Dell: RTX gaming laptops from £759 (opens in new tab)
- Game Pass: 3 months Ultimate for £22.99 at CDKeys (opens in new tab)
- Graphics cards: save over £400 on RTX 3080 cards at Box (opens in new tab)
- Laptops Direct: gaming laptops up to 40% off (opens in new tab)
- Microsoft: 30% off controllers and 50% off games (opens in new tab)
- Nintendo Switch: new bundles landing now at Amazon (opens in new tab)
- PCs: gaming desktops now starting at £317 at CCL (opens in new tab)
- PS5: record low prices on official accessories at Amazon (opens in new tab)
- Very: Nintendo Switch bundles from £259 (opens in new tab)
- Xbox: record low prices on controllers and games at Amazon (opens in new tab)
- Xbox Series S: now £189 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Oculus Quest 2 (128GB) + Beat Saber + Resident Evil 4 |
£399.99 £349 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £50 - This is by far and away the best offer we've seen on the Quest 2 in this year's Black Friday gaming deals. Considering how the headset by itself normally costs £399, getting it for £50 less with two free games in tow is absurd. Want more storage space? You can pick up the 256GB version of the Quest 2 instead with the same offer, albeit for £429.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab) instead of £499 (a £70 saving, if you're wanting to keep score).
Seagate FireCuda 530 SSD (1TB) |
£159.99 £129.99 at Very (opens in new tab)
Save £30 - It's an admittedly modest saving, but if you're hoping to pick up a very decent SSD for your PC or PS5, this is a great Cyber Monday gaming deal. The FireCuda 530 is one of our favorites thanks to excellent performance, so we highly recommend it while it's cheaper than normal. You'll need to pick up a separate heatsink though.
PC Specialist Tornado R3 GTX 1650 gaming PC |
£699 £599 at Currys (opens in new tab)
Save £100 - This entry-level build has a very respectable Ryzen 3 processor and GTX 1650 GPU, which isn't the most powerful but will definitely get your started at low to mid settings. You're also getting a solid 512GB SSD in here, where we would usually only see 256GB. A thoroughly decent entry to the Cyber Monday gaming deals.
Acer Nitro 5 17.3-inch RTX 3060 gaming laptop |
£1,199 £899 at Very (opens in new tab)
Save £300 - Laptops with bigger screens almost always carry an equally big premium, so this is one of the Cyber Monday gaming deals to pay attention to. Alongside that massive reduction, you're getting a i7-11800H processor, 16GB RAM, and an RTX 3060 GPU under the hood.
Nintendo Switch OLED + Switch Sports |
£341.99 £299 at Very (opens in new tab)
Save £42.99 - This is one of the best offers we've seen for the Switch in this year's Black Friday gaming deals. Besides getting you the newer, nicer OLED model of console, you're also getting Switch Sports thrown in for less than the price of the console by itself. That's absolutely ridiculous by anyone's standard.
HP Omen 25L + Warhammer 40,000 Darktide |
£1,399.97 £999.97 at Box (opens in new tab)
Save £400 - This HP Omen 25L is offering a pretty impressive discount for today's Black Friday gaming deals, and getting an RTX 3060Ti GPU, DDR4 RAM, and an AMD Ryzen 7 processor with eight cores for this sort of discount is absurd. Oh, and the addition of Darktide is a very nice bonus as well.
Nintendo Switch + Mario Kart 8 Deluxe + 3 months Nintendo Switch Online | £259.99 at Very (opens in new tab)
Because this bundle only ever shows up during the Black Friday gaming deals, it's absolutely not one to sleep on. When you consider the standard £50 price of Mario Kart and the price of a £7 Switch Online subscription, you're saving a whole load of cash on this offer. Just be quick, as it's not likely to stick around for long!
Disney Villainous |
£39.99 £24.49 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £15 - You can get one of our favorite games ever for just a few pounds off its record low price, and that's the cheapest we've seen it since 2021. A standout in today's Cyber Monday gaming deals.
Seagate portable hard drive (2TB) |
£74.99 £58.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £16 - If you're purely looking to store games while they're not in use, this 2TB hard drive is currently a smidge more affordable in today's Cyber Monday gaming deals. It's extremely travel-friendly and small enough to be portable, too.
Razer Enki |
£399.99 £299.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £100 - In terms of decent but affordable chairs, Razer's Enki is a decent choice. While we preferred the Iskur overall, this still impressed thanks to its stylish design and decent back support. It's also cheaper than the Iskur, particularly as part of the Cyber Monday gaming deals.
Asus TUF F15 15.6-inch GTX 1650 gaming laptop |
£599 £559 at Very (opens in new tab)
Save £40 - Because the TUF F15 was already an affordable machine, seeing it drop even further in the sales is particularly good value. You're getting an entry-level GTX 1650 graphics card and 512GB of SSD storage.
Cyber Monday gaming deals - FAQs
When will Cyber Monday gaming deals start?
It's time to rumble, folks - the Cyber Monday gaming deals are here. Officially slated for Monday, November 28th, they're now rolling out onto all of your favorite retailers with savings both old and new (while many are leftovers from Black Friday, we have seen some new discounts thrown into the mix as well).
Should you wait for as long as possible to make sure prices don't fall any further, though? Well, all the reductions that are live now are likely to be the same offers that run for the rest of the week at least (and then right up until the holidays, too). As a result, it's time to get stuck in to avoid disappointment!
Where will I find the best Cyber Monday gaming deals?
Amazon: Usually the best for gaming discounts overall (opens in new tab)
Dell: Sales on a good variety of accessories and hardware (opens in new tab)
Best Buy: Offers surprisingly good PC peripheral deals (opens in new tab)
Walmart: Great for game discounts (opens in new tab)
Microsoft: Save on PC and Xbox games and accessories (opens in new tab)
CDKeys: Regularly offers big savings on digital games (opens in new tab)
Newegg: Excellent for PC component deals (opens in new tab)
Gamestop: Great for merch, bundles, and games (opens in new tab)
Amazon: Traditionally the most reliable for variety and price-cuts (opens in new tab)
Currys: A source of regular console bundle discounts (opens in new tab)
Dell: Good variety on accessories and gaming hardware (opens in new tab)
Very: Console bundles often stay in stock longer here (opens in new tab)
Argos: Best for budget accessories with same day delivery (opens in new tab)
The Game Collection: Physical games receive excellent discounts (opens in new tab)
CDKeys: Super cheap digital PC games (opens in new tab)
Game: Save on merch, pre-owned games, and accessories (opens in new tab)
Cyber Monday gaming deals - what to expect
The easiest Cyber Monday gaming deals to find are usually games themselves, and even though a few old favorites are sure to be discounted again in 2022 (we're looking at you, Witcher 3), the best offers will be on titles a little less long in the tooth. Big hitters like Elden Ring will probably lead the pack in terms of savings this November, even if they're only dropping a handful of dollars.
It's worth watching out for Nintendo Switch bundles too. They get claimed very quickly and usually feature old games, but these offers have the best value for money you'll see. Plus, Switch consoles are hard to find at the best of times, so any stock is a big deal.
If you're after Cyber Monday gaming headset deals, we'd recommend keeping an eye on the SteelSeries Arctis 7P and Turtle Beach Stealth 700 models for the highest value discounts. However, we should see more from the likes of Razer with the Barracuda X, BlackShark V2 Pro, and Nari Ultimate shedding some of their costs. We're always hoping for that first PS5 Pulse 3D headset discount in Cyber Monday PS5 deals as well.
For Cyber Monday monitor deals, we'll be watching the Samsung CRG9 for some premium action, but MSI Optix, LG UltraGear, and Alienware ranges offer up some good action as well. These brands are all responsible for some of the best gaming monitors on the market, and some of these displays have spent enough time on the shelves to be primed for some heavier discounts.
What about controllers? Well, we're expecting both Cyber Monday Nintendo Switch deals and Cyber Monday Xbox Series X deals to offer up some savings on official gamepads. The Nintendo Switch Pro Controller and Joy-Con sets have started dropping $10 or so off their MSRPs over the last couple of years, so look set for a slightly larger saving in November.
Meanwhile, on Microsoft's side, the Xbox Core controller released for Xbox Series X and S has already seen some significant discounts since its first year of release. Even during 2021's Black Friday Xbox controller deals, this model dropped down to $39.99, so we're keeping our fingers crossed for a return to a record low price this year.
Will there be PS5 and Xbox Series X Cyber Monday gaming deals?
To start with, stock is famously hard to come by. In addition, Monday rarely gets any sort of drop in the first place. Cyber Monday's proximity to Black Friday is the most damning factor, though. We'd expect most retailers to offer any deals they do have on Black Friday because it's a far bigger event with much more (digital) footfall.