Last updated: December 3, 2020
Each week, we trawl through the deepest, darkest corners of the world wide web in order to unearth some of the best PC gaming deals in Australia. This story will largely focus on highlighting PC hardware and peripherals discounts, but if there are any appealing AU-exclusive games bargains, we'll include them too.
Without further ado, here's our current selection of deals — as always, if you spot anything else good, let us know in the comments section below. This round-up will be updated weekly… or just whenever there's an especially good bargain to be had. As bargains expire, we'll remove them from the page.
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Secretlab gaming chairs | From AU$539 (save up to AU$150)
The Secretlab Omega is our favourite gaming chair of 2020, and it’s among the products deeply discounted during Secretlab’s Black Friday sale. The standard Omega model is currently AU$539, down from the usual AU$634. And don’t despair: all orders come with free shipping. Via Secretlab.View Deal
Cheap gaming laptops in Australia
Dell G3 15 | i7-10750H | GTX 1650 Ti | 16GB RAM | 256 SSD – AU$1,599 (usually AU$1,999)
Save AU$400 on this classy 15 inch Dell gaming laptop. Yeah, it’s a gaming laptop, but this would suit you fine if you’re after an all-rounder that can also run modern games, albeit not at their highest settings. The 1080p monitor boasts a 120Hz refresh rate. Via Dell.View Deal
MSI GL65 Leopard 10SFSK | i7 10750H | RTX 2070 Super | 16GB RAM | 512GB SSD | AU$2,899 (usually AU$3,299)
A few outlets are offering this powerful (and blingy) MSI gaming laptop at the moment: Mwave is linked above, but Scorptec, Kogan and and PLE Computers are also running a promotion. If you like your laptops strewn with colour, it’s well worth investigation.View Deal
Razer Blade 15 Advanced | i7-9750H | RTX 2070 | 16GB RAM | 512GB SSD – AU$4,125.56 (usually AU$4,588.95)
If you want a sleek laptop fit for travel that can also play blockbuster games with raytracing, well, we hope you’ve got lots of money. This at least, is cheaper than usual. Via Microsoft.View Deal
Cheap gaming monitors in Australia
Samsung LC27RG50FQEXXY curved monitor | AU$378 (usually AU$449)
If you like your gaming screens slightly bent, this is a good offer: AU$50 off this 1080p curved monitor with a blistering 240Hz refresh rate, and a 4 millisecond response time. Also G-Sync compatible. Via Scorptec.View Deal
Cheap storage deals in Australia
Crucial P5 1TB | AU$189.52 (usually ~AU$215)
The current street price on this NVMe SSD ranges between AU$215 and AU$240, so this is a great deal for some fast storage action. Crucial reckons these are suited to “serious gamers and creative professionals,” so expect faster performance compared to the P1 series. Via Amazon.View Deal
Cheap gaming mice in Australia
Razer Viper Esport mouse – AU$89 (usually AU$135)
Here’s a wired ambidextrous gaming mouse that scored very well when we reviewed it last year. The current AU$75 price is the best we’ve seen of late. Via Amazon.View Deal
Razer Naga Trinity | AU$122.79 (usually AU$169.95)
If you need a gaming mouse with a crapload of buttons, the Naga Trinity is probably already on your radar. There are up to 19 programmable buttons and interchangeable side panels, so you can choose whether to go button mad or not, depending on what you’re playing. Via Amazon.View Deal
Cheap gaming headsets in Australia
EPOS Sennheiser GSP 602 Closed Back Acoustic Gaming Headset | AU$249 at MWave (usually AU$319)
High audio fidelity, plus Sennheiser’s reputation for comfort. and a lift-to-mute boom arm. But wait, there’s more: you can also save $70 (and 20%+) off the GSP 601(AU$249 and GSP 500 (AU$229) models. Via MWave.View Deal
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