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LG UltraGear gaming monitor drops to record low price in Best Buy flash sale

LG UltraGear gaming monitor
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Best Buy is coming to the end of its latest flash sale, which means you've only got a few hours to take advantage of some excellent gaming monitor deals. While there are plenty of cheap prices on older displays right now, with bags of value up for grabs if you're willing to go back in time slightly, it's this $100 discount on an LG UltraGear display that's turned our heads. 

Now just $299 (was $399), this LG gaming monitor packs an impressive set of specs for the cash. You're getting G-Sync compatibility, HDR 10, a 144Hz refresh rate, and QHD resolution under the hood. That's some premium kit for a hair under $300. In fact, this is the lowest price we've ever seen on this particular model. 

Of course, all of the technology inside these monitors is still up to date. You're just saving more cash on models that have since been replaced by newer 2020 and 2021 gaming monitors, rather than breaking the bank with the best gaming monitors in the business. 

However, if you're looking to spend a little less, check out this $40 saving on the Samsung Odyssey G3. Now just $199.99 (was $239.99) you're getting excellent value here, with a 144Hz refresh rate, FreeSync, and a 1ms response time.

You'll find all our top gaming monitor deals in Best Buy's latest sale just below, but hurry - these offers will end on Tuesday.

Today's best gaming monitor deals at Best Buy

More gaming monitor deals

If the offers above aren't scratching that itch, you'll find plenty more discounts on some top panels right now. Just below, our price comparison software is finding you all the latest discounts on our top budget-minded picks. 

We're also rounding up all the best 4K gaming monitors and the best G-Sync monitors as well. Or, if you're looking ahead to November, take a look at our predictions for the upcoming Black Friday gaming monitor deals.

Tabitha Baker

After juggling my time between a gaming startup and freelance journalism, I landed in eCommerce at TechRadar before moving over to GamesRadar. I’ve written for Tom’s Guide, Wireframe, The Indie Game Website and That Video Game Blog, covering everything from the PS5 launch to the Apple Pencil. Now, i'm focused on Nintendo Switch, keyboards, mice, and the quest for an RTX gaming laptop.