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Where to buy RTX 3080: stock and availability from trusted retailers

Where to buy RTX 3080
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Knowing where to buy RTX 3080 stock isn't really the hard part, it's finding the graphics cards for their respective MSRPs which is proving the most difficult, even over a year after their original release. We're less than two weeks away from the Black Friday graphics card deals, and while an RTX 30 series restock is very unlikely, stranger things have happened. 

Throughout October, and sporadically in November, we've seen rare instances of the RTX 3080 being available for its respective retail price, mostly at Best Buy, so all hope isn't lost just yet if you've been trying to get your hands on one of the best graphics cards for gaming without having to duke it out in the reseller market. 

There's little debate that any computer running an RTX 3080 would be classified as one of the best gaming PCs that you can buy or build, though it's still a rare feat to achieve given just how scarce these video cards at, especially at their original price points. 

With this in mind, our best advice is to take the prebuilt route instead and get yourself an RTX 3080 PC rather than slugging it out for over-the-odds rates. Fortunately, this can be done for cheaper prices than we've seen all year thanks to the Black Friday gaming PC deals happening at the end of this month. We also recommend looking into the Black Friday gaming laptop deals, as we're confident that some RTX 3080 laptops could see their lowest-ever prices during the Winter sales events. 

RTX 3080 price 

It's worth reiterating that the Nvidia RTX 3080 carries an MSRP of $699 and RRP of £649 respectively. That's, unfortunately, the going rate in an ideal world, though - sadly - that's just not reflective of the current market for PC gaming tech. When online retailers have stock of these cards, it's always above the MSRP/RPP the vast majority of the time; at least right now. 

As stated above, the best way to get the best deal on RTX 3080 graphics cards is to get one as part of a gaming laptop or desktop configuration as oftentimes the cards on their own can rival the cost of an entire system. 

Where to buy RTX 3080 

As stated above, it's currently still really challenging to get a hold of this incredibly elusive graphics card, but these are the most popular online retailers that are most likely to have RTX 3080 stock soon. This page is updated often, so when stock becomes available for a more reasonable asking price, we'll hook you up with the best deals we can find. 

Where to buy RTX 3080 - US

Nvidia RTX 3080 | From $699 (Check Amazon)

Nvidia RTX 3080 | From $699 (Check Amazon)
The world's largest online retailer is currently swarming with inflated prices on aftermarket RTX 3080 GPUs, the vast majority of which are not worth the asking price, quite frankly. We recommend a prebuilt machine instead, such as this Skytech Shiva for just $2,499.99

Nvidia RTX 3080 | From $699 (Check Best Buy)

Nvidia RTX 3080 | From $699 (Check Best Buy)
There currently isn't much RTX 3080 stock at Best Buy right now, but that could change as we close in on Black Friday itself as we've seen restocks typically happening at the start and end of the month recently. 

Nvidia RTX 3080 | From $699 (Check Newegg)

Nvidia RTX 3080 | From $699 (Check Newegg)
While Newegg does have several partner cards available for varying price rates, they are still well above the $1,000 mark. With that said, we think that the ABS Legend RTX 3080 PC for just $2,699.99 (reduced from $3,400) is a much better value for money. 

Nvidia RTX 3080 | From $699 (Check Walmart)

Nvidia RTX 3080 | From $699 (Check Walmart)
We advise that you proceed with caution when scrolling through Walmart for RTX 3080 stock, as what few options are available far exceed the original asking price. 

Where to buy RTX 3080 - UK

Nvidia RTX 3080 | From £650 (Check Amazon)

Nvidia RTX 3080 | From £650 (Check Amazon)
Amazon is currently very light on RTX 3080 GPUs at the moment, and we're unsure as of yet if that will change the closer we get to Black Friday. With that said, right now you can get a CyberPowerPC Centurion RTX 3080 PC for just £1,917.60, though you'll need to act fast as we doubt it'll be around long. 

Nvidia RTX 3080 | From £650 (Check Ebuyer)

Nvidia RTX 3080 | From £650 (Check Ebuyer)
Ebuyer doesn't have much in the way of RTX 3080 stock at the moment, the vast majority of listings are for the pricier Ti variant, but there are some great prebuilt machines, such as the AlphaSync iCue for only £2,199.99 (reduced from £2,500)

Nvidia RTX 3080 | From £650 (Check Box)

Nvidia RTX 3080 | From £650 (Check Box)
The only RTX 3080 graphics card listing at Box at the moment is for a Gigabyte model retailing for £1,034.99, which is one of the cheapest aftermarket prices we've come across, keep in mind, it is refurbished, however. 


If you've wanted to try your chances at a different graphics card in the RTX 30 series, be it standalone or as part of a laptop/desktop configuration, then these helpful guides are the best places to point you in the right direction. 

Graphics card stock
RTX 3060 prices | RTX 3060 Ti prices | RTX 3070 prices | RTX 3070 Ti prices | RTX 3080 Ti prices | RTX 3090 prices

Laptop deals and stock
RTX 3050 laptop deals | RTX 3060 laptop deals | RTX 3070 laptop | RTX 3080 laptop

PC deals and stock
RTX 3060 PC | RTX 3070 PC | RTX 3080 PC | RTX 3090 PC


Ensure your new rig is top-of-the-line for less this month with the Black Friday RAM deals and Black Friday graphics card deals. You're also sure to make major savings in the Black Friday monitor deals, too. 

Aleksha McLoughlin

I’ve recently graduated with a BA Hons degree in Journalism after what feels like an eternity. In that time, roughly seven years, I’ve written for the likes of Expert Reviews and Tech Spark, with my passion for all things tech and gaming related leading me here as Hardware Editor of GamesRadar+. This past year alone I’ve helped produce a documentary series for the BBC, and been active in the field of music journalism through my escapades seen in No Clean Singing and Vinyl Chapters.