Prime Day gaming laptop deals: all the deals still going strong

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The day itself is over, but there are still some Prime Day gaming laptop deals to be had. Many retailers are keeping deals running throughout October and November as things gear up for Black Friday and Cyber Monday, and that means some of Prime Day's top deals on the best gaming laptops are still running.

Below you'll find gaming laptop deals from big retailers. Also, make sure you check out our best Black Friday laptop deals page as well, which is where we'll be posting new deals in the run up to the day itself.

If this year's Prime Day is anything to go by, we can expect some awesome gaming laptop deals on Black Friday and throughout the rest of the year.

Prime Day gaming laptop deals still live

Lenovo Legion Y540: (opens in new tab)

Lenovo Legion Y540: $1,499 $1,079 at Target
(opens in new tab)The Lenovo Legion Y540 is a nice, thin and light gaming laptop from Lenovo that looks pretty decent to boot. Bezels are thin for a gaming laptop, and it's packed with a GTX 1660 Ti and a 9th-generation Core i7 processor. And, it's just 28% off for Prime Day at Target.

Asus TUF 15.6-inch gaming laptop: $799.99 (opens in new tab)

Asus TUF 15.6-inch gaming laptop: $799.99 $599.99 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
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on a mid-tier Prime Day gaming laptop deal for budget-minded gamers. Considering the price, this Asus TUF is an absolute top buy. A brand new 10th gen Intel Core i5, GTX 1650 Ti, 8GB of RAM and 256GB mean this cheap machine is still managing to pack in a ton of recent components.

Prime day gaming laptop deals on peripherals

$177.84 at Newegg (opens in new tab)

Thrustmaster T.16000M FCS Flight Stick: $178.96 $177.84 at Newegg (opens in new tab)
The Thrustmaster T.16000M FCS Flight Stick has three removeable components to facilitate both right-handed and left-handed users, 16 action buttons with braille-style button identification, four independent axes, ergonomic trigger, and multidirectional hat switch.

$549.77 at Newegg (opens in new tab)

Thrustmaster T.16000M FCS Flight Pack: $584.78 $549.77 at Newegg (opens in new tab)
Go whole hog with the Thrustmaster T.16000M FCS Flight Pack and get your flight sim on in true immersive fashion. Packaged with a flightstick, a throttle, and rudder pedals, it doesn't get much better - or expensive - than this. Good thing Newegg knocked a bit off the price.

$535.39 at Walmart (opens in new tab)

Hori PS4 HOTAS Flight Stick: $535.39 at Walmart (opens in new tab)
While the Hori PS4 HOTAS Flight Stick was built with the PS4 in mind, it is still compatible with Windows 10, so it'll work with Microsoft Flight Simulator and other flight sims just fine. The stick sensitivity is adjustable, as is the throttle resistance. It also has an integrated headset jack and vibration feedback so it's even more immersive. SELLING OUT FAST

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Logitech Extreme 3D Pro: $119.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
While not the cheapest flight stick on the market, the Logitech Extreme 3D Pro sits comfortably in the mid-tier as far as price goes, but still offers some excellent features, such as 12 programmable buttons, an eight-way rubber hat switch, and a twist handle.

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate: 1-month for just $1 at Microsoft (opens in new tab)

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate: 1-month for just $1 at Microsoft (opens in new tab)
Even if you're a PC gamer, this week's Prime Day sale at Microsoft can score you cheap access to over 100-titles on the Xbox Game Pass store. That's 93% off, for games such as Minecraft, Halo: The Master Chief Collection, and SoulCalibur IV - not bad.

Alex Whitelock
Deals Editor

Alex is deals editor at Future PLC and an all-around expert at one thing - saving readers as much cash as possible while scoring them the best products for their needs. With content that's always packed full of helpful information, no-nonsense expertise, and of course deals, Alex has also written for other leading sites such as T3 and GamesRadar. At work, you'll find him mostly covering computing, gaming, and advising people on how to save on their cell phone plans. Outside of work, you'll find him playing guitar, indulging his love for music, or down at the local climbing gym mostly hanging off boulders far too difficult for his abilities.