Hurry – this $1,799 RTX 3080 gaming laptop deal ends today

Black Friday gaming laptop deals are just a couple of weeks away, but Newegg’s early sale is offering a stunning price on an RTX 3080 rig right now. You’ll find the MSI GP66 Leopard available for just $1,799 down from $2,299 (with a $100 rebate) (opens in new tab) right now. You’ll have to be quick, though, these RTX gaming laptop deals will end today. 

On the page itself, you’ll see an already impressive $400 discount bringing the price down to $1,899. However, add that rebate amount into the mix and you’re actually only paying $1,799 – a price we just don’t see on RTX 3080 laptop deals with i7-11800H processors, 1TB SSD storage, and 16GB RAM.

Of course, if you’re after something a little cheaper, there are plenty of RTX gaming laptop deals lining the shelves right now. This MSI GF65 Thin packs an RTX 3060 GPU and i7 processor for just $1,049 – a full $250 off the $1,299 MSRP (opens in new tab) once you apply the $100 rebate. Or, if you’re after more storage, this MSI Pulse model is available for just $1,169 (was $1,499) (opens in new tab) and packs not only an RTX 3060 graphics card, but also 1TB HDD storage and a 512GB SSD.

We’re rounding up all these RTX gaming laptop deals just below, but if you’re after more cheap gaming laptop deals there are plenty more prices further down the page. For those after something a little more permanent, we’d also recommend keeping an eye out for Black Friday gaming PC deals this year.

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MSI GP66 Leopard 15.6-inch RTX 3080 gaming laptop | $2,299 $1,799 (with $100 rebate) at Newegg (opens in new tab)
Save $500 – There’s a massive $500 saving on this RTX 3080 machine all in right now (including the $100 rebate card). That’s a fantastic price for an i7-11800H processor, 16GB RAM and 1TB SSD – not even to mention the powerful GPU as well. You’ll have to hurry though, this offer ends today.

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More of today’s best early Black Friday RTX gaming laptop deals

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MSI GF65 Thin 15.6-inch RTX 3060 gaming laptop | $1,299 $1,049 (with $100 rebate) at Newegg (opens in new tab)
Save $250 – There’s a $150 discount on this MSI GF65 laptop on the page, but you can also claim an additional $100 rebate as well. That brings the final price down to just $1,049 – an excellent cost for an RTX 3060 laptop (opens in new tab) with an i7 processor (though a 10th generation model), 16GB RAM, and a 512GB SSD.

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MSI Pulse GL66 15.6-inch RTX 3060 laptop | $1,499 $1,169 (with $100 rebate) at Newegg (opens in new tab)
Save $330 – This is another RTX gaming laptop deal with an additional saving in the form of a $100 rebate at Newegg. In this particular case, though, you’re getting excellent value not only on the RTX 3060 GPU, but also on the split 1TB HDD and 512GB SSD storage in place. We rarely see so much space at this price point, let alone with an i7-11800H processor and 16GB RAM.

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Gigabyte A5 X1 15.6-inch gaming laptop | Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy | $1,799 $1,699 at Newegg (opens in new tab)
Save $100 – A straight $100 discount brings this Gigabyte A5 RTX 3070 gaming laptop down to just $1,699 this week – with a copy of Marvel Gurdians of the Galaxy included. That’s with a Ryzen 9 processor nestled under the hood – a rare feature when paired with an RTX 3070 GPU for under $1,700. Not only that, but there’s 16GB RAM still packed away in here, with a 512GB SSD and 240Hz display.

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More early Black Friday gaming laptop deals 

You’ll find plenty more RTX gaming laptop deals on the shelves ahead of Black Friday, so if the MSI offers above don’t appeal, check out all the lowest prices around the web just below. 


For a full setup refresh, we’d recommend keeping an eye out for Black Friday gaming chair deals and Black Friday gaming keyboard deals as well. However, we’re also rounding up plenty more Black Friday laptop deals for those after a cheaper device on portable productivity prowess. 

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