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Get a powerful Alienware M15 for $550 off with this limited-time promo code

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You usually have to pay out the ear if you want gaming-ready performance in a laptop, but this pre-Black Friday deal will give you a powerful, portable, video game rig - with savings of more than half a grand on one of our picks for the best gaming laptops. For a limited time, you can punch in discount code AW15550AFF to get an Alienware M15 laptop for $1,149.99 at Dell.com, down $550 from the standard price of $1,699.99 with free shipping in the US. That comes with a 9th gen Intel i7 processor, a GeForce GTX 1660 Ti graphics card, and more goodies standard.

With a 15" 1080p screen, this laptop will easily handle modern games at high settings with a nice-and-smooth framerate. No, you don't get the built-in ray tracing support of GeForce's new RTX line of cards, but most games still don't support the new light-rendering method. In other words, this laptop should do you just fine, especially at the discounted price that comes in at not much over one grand.

Here are the full specs for the technically inclined:

  • 9th Generation Intel Core i7-9750H (6-Core, 12MB Cache, up to 4.5Ghz w/Turbo Boost)
  • Windows 10 Hoe, 64-bit, English
  • NVIDIA GeForce® GTX 1660 Ti 6GB GDDR6
  • 16GB, 2x8GB, DDR4, 2666MHz
  • 256GB PCIe M.2 SSD + 1TB (+8GB SSHD) Hybrid Drive

Alienware M15 gaming laptop | $1,149.99 at Dell with promo code AW15550AFF
One of the best laptops you can get for gaming drops to entry-level pricing with this limited time deal from Dell. Just make sure you enter promo code AW15550AFF at checkout to get the discounted price! View Deal

If you want to keep looking for more deals as the saving season heats up, no sweat: just check out guide to the best Black Friday gaming PC deals. We'll keep that updated with all the biggest savings as the big day approaches and rolls straight into Cyber Monday.

Find even more savings in our guide to Black Friday game deals.

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