Black Friday 1440p monitor deals: all the discounts still available

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With plenty of Black Friday 1440p monitor deals still available, you can still save a bundle on an upgraded screen. Some of the best gaming monitors are among today’s enduring discounts, and we’ve even seen some of the past week’s strongest deals pop up again. 

QHD monitors received some of this year’s steepest discounts, like the $200 price drop on the 27-inch Samsung Odyssey G7, which is still $499.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab). As ever, you can’t go wrong with this 240Hz monster. The LG 27GN800-B, now just $276.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab) (per an in-cart discount), has also just been restocked, and you can bet this 144Hz IPS panel will sell out soon enough. 

Plenty of Black Friday gaming monitor deals have stuck around, and you can tailor your search with our roundups of Black Friday 144Hz monitor deals and Black Friday 4K monitor deals. Whether you’re chasing speed or sheer visual fidelity, there’s sure to be a solid deal out there for you. 

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Black Friday 1440p monitor deals in the US

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Samsung Odyssey G7| $699.99 $499.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $200 – There’s a huge discount on this Samsung monitor, which sports incredibly high specs for a 27″ screen, including a 240Hz refresh rate, let alone this reduced price point. 

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Samsung Odyssey G5 | $429.99 $299.99 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Save $130 – This is the lowest price ever seen for this large 32″ curved monitor, which delivers a premium feature set, including AMD FreeSync support and a 144Hz refresh rate.  

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LG 27GN800-B Ultragear|$276.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Discount shown in cart! This deal has sold out repeatedly but it’s somehow back in stock, so you can bet it won’t last long. This is a great price for a 144Hz QHD IPS panel from a trusted brand.

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ASUS TUF VG32VQ|$599.99 $366.99 at Walmart (opens in new tab)
Save $230 – An impressive discount on an equally impressive curved 32″ screen delivering high specs at a knock-down price. 

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Z-Edge UG27Q|$299.99 $219.99 at Walmart (opens in new tab)
Save $80 – An impressive discount on a mid-range monitor. With a 100Hz refresh rate it’s not quite as powerful as some top-end monitors, but it’s a solid all-around IPS panel.

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Acer KW272U | $300 $159.99 at Walmart (opens in new tab)
Save $140 – This is a trimmed-down but respectable 27″ monitor that’s down an extra $30 since the start of this week, and AMD FreeSync support will help make the most of its lower 75Hz refresh rate.

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Gigabyte M27Q | $360 $279.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $80 With a blisteringly fast response time and 170Hz refresh rate, this 27″ IPS monitor delivers smooth visuals and comfortable viewing angles.

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MSI Optix G27 | $339.99 $269.99 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Save $60 – With a large curved screen, a low response time, and a 144Hz refresh rate, this 27″ LED panel is just about everything you could ask for. 

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Black Friday 1440p monitor deals in the UK

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Alienware AW2721D|£838.50 £670.80 at Dell (opens in new tab)
Save £167.70 – Towards the top of end of what you can expect to pay, this 27″ Alienware model boasts a blisteringly fast 240Hz refresh rate and response times as low as 1ms.

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ASUS TUF VG27AQ | £449 £289 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £160 – This was the best price we’d ever seen for this bar-setting WQHD panel, even before Amazon dropped the price by an extra £10. You can’t go wrong with this 27″ 165Hz IPS beauty. 

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MSI Optix G27 | £349 £238.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £110 – This 27″ curved monitor has been hovering in sale territory for some time, and this discount has driven it to a record low. Its low response time and 165Hz refresh rate makes it a strong QHD contender.

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Dell S2721DGFA | £470 £299.99 at Dell (opens in new tab)
Save £170 – This is an absolute monster of an IPS monitor, and this hefty discount has dropped it to its best price ever. 

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Acer Predator XB253QGX| £349.99 £259 at Currys (opens in new tab)
Save £90 – Its 60Hz refresh rate means it won’t be the best screen for fast-paced multiplayer fanatics, but single-player fans can take advantage of this hefty 34″ ultrawide display for nearly £100 less. 

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Black Friday 1440p monitor deals

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Today’s deals

Our price comparison software works day and night to bring you the best 1440p monitor deals ahead of the Black Friday and other winter sales events. 

As for what to look out for from specific 1440p monitors on the day, we highly recommend the Razer Raptor for its phenomenal picture quality and tidy in-built cable management. Similarly, the Samsung G7 is seriously hard to beat, if you’ve got the extra cash to spend. We understand that these particular panels could prove a little pricey for some, but there’s plenty on offer at the other end of the spectrum with the likes of the ASUS TUF Gaming VG27AQ that offers the same stellar 1440p resolution for a much more wallet-friendly rate with decidedly few concessions. 


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