Gaming laptop deals dont need to break the bank – this RTX 3060 rig is just $799

If you’re on the hunt for RTX 3060 gaming laptop deals that won’t break the bank, we’d recommend checking in on this fan-favorite at Best Buy. The MSI GF65 is down to just $799.99 right now (was $1,099) (opens in new tab) – that’s a $300 discount and a stunning price considering the mid-range graphics card available under the hood here. 

Gaming laptop deals featuring this particular GPU model will generally run you over $1,000, even on their best days. However, this MSI has a trick up its sleeve. 

An older i5-10500H processor is working particularly hard to keep those costs down here. It’s worth noting that the 2020 processor only slightly lags behind its i5-11400H successor, however, you’ll still draw some solid 1080p performance out of this brain – especially with Nvidia’s latest RTX 3060 GPU on the assist. Dropping your processor is one of the easiest ways to save big with gaming laptop deals, so if you’re after an everyday rig for everyday play, we’re still confident in recommending this spec. 

Of course, if you do need to pump a little more power into your rig, you’ll find plenty more gaming laptop deals on a range of configurations right now. We’re listing some of our top picks of the week further down the page, as well as the latest prices on some of the best gaming laptops in the business.

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MSI GF65 15.6-inch RTX 3060 gaming laptop | $1,099.99 $799.99 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Save $300 – This is one of our favorite gaming laptop deals of the last few months, and it’s holding its position well on the shelves. RTX 3060 laptops are usually priced at over $1,000, so this $799.99 sales price is particularly impressive. You are dropping down to an older 10th generation processor here, but with 512GB of SSD storage and that mid-range GPU at the helm, there’s plenty of value in here.

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More of today’s best gaming laptop deals

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Asus TUF 17.3-inch RTX 3050 Ti gaming laptop | $999.99 $699.99 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Save $300 – If you’re after a larger display, it’s worth checking out this similar $300 discount on the Asus TUF. The 17.3-inch rig is kitted out with an RTX 3050 Ti GPU, 512GB SSD, and 144Hz refresh rate display – all controlled by an i5-11260H CPU. That’s a stack of features that rarely make their way down to this kind of price.

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Gigabyte G5 KD 15.6-inch RTX 3060 gaming laptop | $1,299 $999 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $300 – This Gigabyte G5 is working wonders at just $999 in this week’s gaming laptop deals at Amazon. Not only are you getting a rare RTX 3060 machine under $1,000 but there’s also 16GB RAM in here. We generally only see 8GB at this lower price point so, taken with the i5-11400H processor and 512GB SSD, there’s some excellent value up for grabs.

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MSI GL66 15.6-inch gaming laptop | $1,499 $1,270 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $239 – Push past that $1,000 budget and you open yourself up to this excellent discount on the MSI GL66. You’re upgrading to an RTX 3070 GPU at a fantastic rate here, especially considering there’s a powerful i7-11800H processor hiding away under the hood. This is the cheapest RTX 3070 laptop deal (opens in new tab) worth grabbing that we’ve seen worth grabbing this week.

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We’re rounding up plenty more RTX 3060 laptop deals and even cheaper RTX 3050 laptop deals as well. For something a little more premium, check out the latest savings on RTX 3080 laptops and all the best Alienware laptops and Razer laptops as well. 

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