Some of this year's Amazon Prime Day gaming laptop deals are still going, even though Prime Day itself has officially ended.
Prime Day deals offer a great chance to pick up gaming laptops from titans of the market such as Alienware and Asus, and other retailers often get in on the price cutting as well, and while you might have missed out on the bulk of gaming laptop deals for Prime Day 2023, we've collected all the best deals that are still running - though they will likely end in the next few days.
After that, it might be worth planning for Black Friday 2023, which will be at the end of November, and will likely see another round of big gaming laptop discounts.
We've reviewed pretty much all of the best gaming laptops here at TechRadar and we've got a wealth of experience in covering Prime Day specifically, so we know a good gaming laptop deal when we see one.
Make sure you check out our Amazon Prime Day laptop deals page for a broader range of offers as well that are still live.
Amazon Prime Day sale: quick links
- Laptops: devices from $129.99
- Chromebooks: starting at just $179
- MacBooks: from $749.99
- Desktop PCs: from $539.99
- Routers and networking: from $35.99
- Webcams: from $8.05
- Mice: from $4.39
- Keyboards: starting at $11.19
Today's best Amazon Prime Day gaming laptop deals (US)
Lenovo IdeaPad Gaming 3 (2022): was
$899.99 now $669.99 at Amazon
This just might be the best gaming laptop deal on Amazon right now. Powered by the AMD Ryzen 5 6600H processor, Nvidia RTX 3050 GPU, 8GB DDR5 RAM, and a 256GB SSD, the specs are fantastic for this price, and the RAM and SSD are an easy enough upgrade that you have some room to expand in the years ahead — all for 26% off right now.
Asus Tuf Gaming A17 (2022): was
$799.99 now $670 at Amazon
As far as budget laptops go, finding quality hardware for under $700 can be tough, but Asus Tuf Gaming has you covered with this 17.3-inch FHD 144Hz gaming laptop. Powered by an AMD Ryzen 5 4600H processor, Nvidia GTX 1650 GPU, 8GB RAM and 512GB SSD, you'll have more than enough power to play the latest games with some settings tweaks, so you're getting one of the best Prime Day gaming laptop deals with this one.
Lenovo IdeaPad Gaming 3: was
$899.99 now $669.99 at Amazon
This is a great affordable gaming laptop with a 26% discount ahead of Amazon Prime Day. With an AMD Ryzen 5 6600H CPU, Nvidia RTX 3050 GPU and 8GB of DDR5 RAM, this is a decent performer, especially for the price, allowing you to play modern games at medium settings. The 256GB SSD is a bit small, however, but the 120Hz 1080p screen is a great addition.
Asus ROG Strix Scar 15: was
$2,049.99 now $1,774.40 at Amazon
For anyone hunting for serious gaming performance this Prime Day, this Asus TUF is more than a quarter off retail price, the cheapest it's ever sold for on Amazon. You're getting a whole lot of laptop here: a Core i9 CPU, RTX 3070 Ti graphics card, and a gorgeous 1440p IPS display with an ultra-fast 240Hz refresh rate to ensure your framerates never suffer.
Razer Blade 15 (2022): was
$2,999.99 now $1,922.99 at Amazon
The laptop line that created the entire market for portable PC gaming on Prime Day with a massive $1,000 discount. With a powerful 12th-gen Intel Core i7-12800H processor, Nvidia RTX 3070 Ti GPU, 16GB DDR5 RAM, a 1TB SSD and a 15.6-inch quad HD display running at a blazing fast 240Hz, you'll power through the latest PC games on high settings with ease on this beast.
Razer Blade 14 (2022): was
$3,499.99 now $2,299 at Amazon
Razer was the original gaming laptop pioneer, and it's improved on the iconic Razer Blade laptop with this 14-inch beauty that isn't just ridiculously powerful thanks to its AMD Ryzen 9 6900HX CPU, Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti GPU, 16GB DDR5 RAM, 1TB SSD, and 14-inch quad HD 165Hz display, it also remains one of the best thin and light gaming laptops on the market — now for an incredible $1,200 discount for Prime Day.
Today's best Amazon Prime Day gaming laptop deals (UK)
Dell G15: was £
1,249 now £1,189.99 at Amazon
While this £50 discount isn't the biggest price cut we're likely to see, a lower price tag is always welcome, and with this you get a 12th generation Intel Core i7 CPU, RTX 3060 GPU, 16GB of RAM and 512GB SSD, so you'll get plenty of power to play modern games, along with Dell's impressive build quality.
Asus ROG Strix 17: was £2
,099.99 now £1,799.99 at Amazon
This early Prime Day gaming laptop deal offers a powerful device with an AMD Ryzen 9 CPU and new RTX 4070 GPU, plus 16GB RAM and large 1TB SSD. This is ideal for people who want to play the latest games at high settings without spending a fortune.
MSI Vector GP77: was
£2,199 now £1,697.97 at Amazon
If you're after a gaming laptop deal for a device with the latest hardware, this is a great shout. For 30% off, you get a large 17-inch screen for immersive gameplay, plus a new 13th generation Intel Core i7 processor and powerful Nvidia RTX 4070 GPU. Combined with a 1TB SSD and 16GB of RAM, and you have a very powerful gaming laptop that'll handle any modern game with ease.
Asus TUF F15 FX506HC: was
£849.99 now £719.99 at Amazon
OK, this might be the best-value Amazon Prime Day gaming laptop deal we'll see in the UK this year. It's hard to find a decent gaming laptop under £650, but this one, which comes with an 11th gen Intel Core i5 CPU, RTX 3050 GPU and 8GB RAM is pretty great. With a bit of tinkering in each games' graphical settings, you'll get a good performer for a low price. The roomy 512GB SSD is a nice touch, offering plenty of space to install your games.
Asus TUF FA617NS:
was £1,199.99 now £1,049.99 at Amazon
This AMD-powered gaming laptop comes with a Ryzen 7 CPU and Radeon RX7600S GPU, plus 16GB RAM and 512GB SSD for speedy gaming. The 15.6-inch screen is full HD and supports 165Hz refresh rates, and the whole thing is packed into a robust and durable chassis that makes it a great gaming laptop for travelling with - especially at this new, lower price for Prime Day.
Prime Day gaming laptop deals: frequently asked questions
When will Prime Day gaming laptop deals be available?
Amazon Prime Day 2023 takes place on the 11th and 12th of July, which means it is now officially over.
However, there are still a few gaming laptop deals going, so you haven't completely missed out - though the selection is far more sparse.
Do you need Amazon Prime for these deals?
Yes - for official Prime Day deals you will need to be an active Amazon Prime subscriber. We say 'official' in quotations here because there are sometimes good deals at the retailer over Prime Day that don't need an account, but these are becoming rarer and rarer each year. For the best deals, we'd highly recommend getting an Amazon Prime membership.
Luckily, Amazon has a 30-day Prime free trial that you can take advantage of all year round free of cost. It's a great time to consider signing up as not only will you get unlimited access to the exclusive Prime deals next month, but you'll also get speedy free delivery on all orders and some good streaming perks as a bonus.
Amazon Prime: 30-day free trial
If you've never signed up before you can get a 30-day free trial of Amazon Prime to get access to this year's Prime Day deals. You get the same benefits as paid members, including free delivery, and access to other services such as Prime Video, Prime Music, Prime Gaming and more. You can cancel at any time during the trial to avoid paying the regular fee, which is $14.99 / £8.99 per month.
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Alex is deals editor at TechRadar. With over three years of experience on-site and eight years working in e-commerce, Alex has made it his personal mission to share all his favorite tips, bargains, and deals with our readers here at TechRadar. At work, he specializes in computing, phones, and covering huge sales events like Black Friday and Amazon Prime Day. Outside of work, you'll find him indulging his keen love of photography and PC gaming, or down at the local climbing gym hanging off boulders far too difficult for his abilities. His editorial bylines also include contributions to T3 and GamesRadar.