Amazon Prime Day gaming PC deals will likely be a key aspect of the event this year. We’re about to hit a new breed of PC hardware, and it feels like there’s real discounts to try and move older stock. Older stock but still Well Storage for gaming PCs.
Prime Day hasn’t traditionally been big on gaming PC deals, but that has shifted over the past year due to the shortage of graphics cards and the fact that there have been many customers trying to buy new PCs. And when people try to buy something, whatever that is, it’s in retailers’ best interest to answer that call. And so over the past year we’ve seen many machines enjoy small price drops to appeal to the wallets of wannabe PC gamers.
Things will likely shift up a gear this year for a number of reasons. First, the GPU starvation is starting to subside. We’re not quite in MSRP territory for the full range of graphics cards, but many of them are close enough and that means system builders should be able to launch gaming PCs with actual savings. Not just $100 here and there, but significant savings.
The other factor that will be here on our site is the specter of a whole new generation of cards coming before the end of the year. The last thing a retailer wants is to end up with inventory they can’t move, so putting cards in machines and on sale now makes a lot of sense. This is especially true for high-end GPUs like the RTX 3080, RTX 3080 Ti, Radeon RX 6900XT, etc., as these cards are expected to appear first. And the rumors seem to indicate that the next generation will offer significant performance gains. So expect bigger savings, especially on high-end machines.
Of course, the graphics card can be important to a gaming system, but it’s not the only component involved. We’ll also be getting new CPUs from AMD before the end of the year, which could boost sales, and there’s also plenty of stock of Intel’s 11th Gen CPUs that can definitely be worthwhile if the price is right. SSD prices continue to fall and RAM has never been cheaper. Lots of opportunities for good deals basically.
We’ll send out our best scouting bots to find the best deals and update this page with the gaming PCs we like. So keep checking back to see what we’ve unearthed. Alternatively, if you’re in the market for a laptop, check out the best Amazon Prime Day laptop deals (opens in new tab).
Where are the best Prime Day Gaming PC deals?
- Amazon – Save up to $460 on RTX 3070 gaming PCs now (opens in new tab)
- PC gamers’ favorite desktop – Alienware Aurora PCs starting at $1,176 (opens in new tab)
- RTX 3080 – Alienware Aurora R10 |
$2,519.99$1,665.99 at Dell (save $854) (opens in new tab)
- RTX 3070 – Skytech Shiva |
£1,899.99$1,439.99 at Amazon (save $460) (opens in new tab)
- RTX 3060 Ti – ABS Master Gaming PC |
$1,699.99$1,399.99 at Newegg (save $300) (opens in new tab)
- RTX 3060 – HP Pavilion |
$1,099.99$889 at Walmart (save $251) (opens in new tab)
- Intel Core i7 12700 – Omen 25L |
$1,749.99$1,499.99 at HP (save $250) (opens in new tab)
- Ryzen 5 5600X – iBuyPower Slate MR |
$1,399.99$1,099.99 at Best Buy (save $250) (opens in new tab)
- iBuyPower – Fast Shipping on Machines up to $360 off (opens in new tab)
- Best Buy – Save up to $300 on gaming desktops (opens in new tab)
- Lenovo – Legion Tower 7i with RTX 3070
$2,239.99$1,599.99 (opens in new tab)
- Newegg – ABS Gaming PCs starting at $1,250 (opens in new tab)
- Microsoft – Save up to $500 on desktops and laptops (opens in new tab)
- Dell – Save up to $690 on Alienware PCs (opens in new tab)
- HP – Gaming PCs starting at $550 (opens in new tab)
- Corsair – Up to $800 off Corsair Gaming PCs (opens in new tab)
- NZXT – affordable gaming PCs starting at just $799 (opens in new tab)
- Walmart – lots of RTX 3060 gaming PCs here starting at $848 (opens in new tab)
- B&H Photo – Slots from $799 (opens in new tab)