There are various deals on Acer's website with discounts of 5%, 10%, 15%, 20% and 40% off selected items.
The deals run from October 22 to midnight on November 7, and most of the deals will be applied at the checkout when you buy, though some of them require the following codes:
- HALLOWEEN5 - 5% off
- HALLOWEEN10 - 10% off
- HALLOWEEN15 - 15% off
- HALLOWEEN20 - 20% off
- HALLOWEEN40 - 40% off
There are loads of products available, so we've highlighted some of the best Acer Halloween deals we've found below.
Acer Nitro 5 Spin Gaming Laptop
£1,099.99 £879.99 at Acer
Save a huge 20% off this gaming laptop with an Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM and GTX 1050 graphics card. It's not the most powerful laptop, but for this price it's a great choice. Use the code HALLOWEEN20 at the checkout for the discount.
Acer Swift 1 ultra-thin laptop
£479.99 £431.99 at Acer
Get 10% off this incredibly thin and light laptop from Acer. With an Intel Pentium processor, 4GB RAM and 256GB SSD, this isn't the fastest laptop, but it's perfect for productivity. Ideal for students. Use the code HALLOWEEN10 at the checkout for the discount.
Acer Active backpack for laptops
£29.99 £17.99 at Acer
You'll probably want a backpack to carry around any new laptop you buy, and Acer has cut 40% off some of its backpacks and cases, including the Active Backpack for 15.6-inch laptops. No need for a code, as the discount is applied automatically.
There's loads more to choose from on Acer's website, and make sure you check out out picks for the best Black Friday laptop deals that are already live.
Plus, we have a how to buy a laptop on Black Friday guide, which can help you get the very best deals for the best laptop for your needs on Black Friday, so make sure you check out our tips there if you want to bag a bargain.
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