Save a massive $750 on this Alienware m17 laptop equipped with an RTX 2070 graphics card

Save a massive $750 on this Alienware M17 laptop equipped with an RTX 2070 graphics card
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This is a seriously great cheap gaming laptop deal. If you've always been a bit put off by the extra premium that portability - and Alienware - often demands, then savings such as this one are a very welcome sight. And this is a genuinely good one. Over at Dell you can get an enormous $750 off the Alienware m17 gaming laptop by using the code AFF750AW. This brings the price down to a more palatable and tempting $1,549.99.

The m17's slightly smaller cousin - you guessed it, the m15 - sits proudly among our picks for the best gaming laptops you can get right now, and this model only serves to bring more power, a bigger display and thus a greater gaming experience to you.

Straight off the bat, it is worth saying that if you fancy rejigging the composition and makeup of the laptop you can do this and still make sue of that hefty $750 discount. However, the base model is absolutely no slouch and definitely worth considering in its own right. It has an i7-8750H processor, an RTX 2070 GPU, 16GB of RAM and a 512GB SSD. You might want to see if you can change the storage as that seems a bit on the stingy side, but you can also boost the CPU, GPU, RAM and display a bit too so there's plenty of wriggle room for whatever you're after. Remember, you only get the discount when inputting the code AFF750AW so don't forget that!

Cheap gaming laptop deal today


<a href="" data-link-merchant=""" target="_blank">Alienware m17 gaming laptop | 17.3" 1440p 120Hz TN | i7-8750H CPU | RTX 2070 GPU | 16GB RAM | 512GB SSD | just $1,549.99 at Dell (after code)
Use the code AFF750AW to ensure you get this great and powerful laptop for less. A solid deal. 

Don't forget to consider the extra gear you may want to upgrade around your new laptop, to ensure you've got an optimised experience. Our guides to the best PC headsets for gaming, the best gaming monitors, and the best gaming keyboards should help to set you up rather nicely.

Fancy a less portable option and one that could offer potential future adjustments? Check out our guide to the best gaming PCs going right now.

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!