Get an RTX gaming laptop for less than $850 at Dell right now

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RTX gaming laptop deals are going to be the most in-demand laptop offerings this winter. We'll likely see dozens of them in this year's Black Friday gaming laptop deals bonanza, but there are always opportunities to bag one before the sales madness kicks in if you hunt around a bit. And that's what we've got over at Dell today, as among its wider gaming laptop deals, you can bag an RTX gaming laptop for less than $850 (was $1,184.99)! This is astonishingly low for a competent and powerful machine that gets you into Nivida's 30-series generation and all its benefits. Use the link below to jump straight to the deals, and read on to see more specifics.

There are a bunch of laptops with varying price cuts going, but we've picked out two: one from Dell's own G series of laptops that offers that sweet, sweet low price, and one from the more premium Alienware range for those looking for some more serious power. 

The former is an RTX 3050 laptop - sporting the 3050 Ti variant of the card - that has a massive $335 off its price tag, and is now just $849.99. Then we have the more premium Alienware model, a gorgeous m15 R4 RTX 3070 laptop that sports that much more powerful graphics card to take things up a couple of notches from the G15; this is now down to $1,799.99, a price cut of $360.

Today's best RTX gaming laptop deals at Dell


Dell G15 gaming laptop | RTX 3050 Ti GPU | <a href="" data-link-merchant=""" target="_blank">$1,185 $849.99 at Dell
Save $335 - A bona fide RTX 30-series laptop for less than $800?! Yes, please! This is great value, and for anyone looking for a cheap gaming laptop, or something that won't break the bank but will offer something for solid gaming and work capabilities, then this is a fine contender. The 10th-gen Intel CPU, 512GB SSD, and 8GB of RAM confirm that.


Alienware M15 R4 gaming laptop | RTX 3070 GPU | <a href="" data-link-merchant=""" target="_blank">$2,160 $1,799.99 at Dell
Save $360 - While the price jumps up a bit on this model, bear in mind that everything goes up in quality. The RTX 3070 GPU is one of our favourites - especially at 1080p - and the i7-10870H CPU, 16GB of RAM, and 512GB SSD all combine beautifully with this machine - one of Alienware's best.

These two deals demonstrate the spread of the RTX 30-series laptops right now: folks can enjoy a budget, entry-level gaming laptop that gets them right into the thick of Nvidia's latest graphics generation for a value-busting price, or up the ante a bit and go for a more premium model and graphics card. Either way, the great news here is that you're saving a bunch of cash - literal hundreds of dollars - on either machine.

These are great prices, and if you're thinking about pulling the trigger before the Black Friday laptop deals and Black Friday Nvidia deals, then these might just fit the bill.

Yup these won't reach the heady height of RTX 3080 laptops but with 1080p screens and a strong supporting cast of components, the gaming experience on either will be excellent on any game - you just might need to tinker with the graphics settings a bit, that's all.

More of today's best gaming laptop deals

If you need a bit more choice, however, then check out some of the prices on some contenders for best gaming laptop just below. 

If you're after the graphics cards themselves, then good luck! But you can swot up on the best info on where to buy RTX 3060 cards, where to buy RTX 3070 GPUs, where to buy RTX 3080 units, and where to buy RTX 3090 beasts with our respective guides.

The winter sales are nearly upon us, too, so if you fancy preparing for gaming machines that are static, then check out our early takes on the Black Friday gaming PC deals, and don't forget that the Black Friday gaming monitor deals will have you covered for your display needs too.

Rob Dwiar

Rob is the Deputy Editor of sister site, TechRadar Gaming, and has been in the games and tech industry for years. Prior to a recent stint as Gaming Editor at WePC, Rob was the Commissioning Editor for Hardware at GamesRadar+, and was on the hardware team for more than four years, since its inception in late 2018. He is also a writer on games and has had work published over the last six years or so at the likes of Eurogamer, RPS, PCGN, and more. He is also a qualified landscape and garden designer, so does that in his spare time, while he is also an expert on the virtual landscapes and environments of games and loves to write about them too, including in an upcoming book on the topic!