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These Black Friday curved monitor deals are still available now, even if we’re technically into the weekend of leftover turkey sandwiches and reheated pecan pie. If you’ve only just decided you need to upgrade, or you were waiting for the last moment to give yourself a thrill, now is the time to act.
Black Friday curved monitor deals are especially appealing because these wraparound wonders are often more expensive than their boring, straight edge counterparts. If you need one final check before you buy, read our best-curved gaming monitors list to get a better sense of what to look for in a bendy bargain.
One of our favorite Black Friday curved monitor deals is still available, but only until Sunday morning. The Alienware 38 Curved Gaming Monitor for $1,099.99 at Dell (opens in new tab) gets you an $850 saving on a beautiful piece of kit. If your purse strings are a little tighter, there’s still $80 off a Samsung 27-inch Curved Gaming Monitor for just $169 at Amazon (opens in new tab).
Whatever you’re after you can also check out what’s still available in our Black Friday gaming monitor deals or our Black Friday 1440p monitor deals and even our Black Friday 4K monitor deals if you’re after a certain resolution. But if it’s the refresh rate that really pumps your pistons the Black Friday 144Hz monitor deals will probably have something for you. Here, though, we’re all about the Black Friday curved monitor deals. While Black Friday might be technically over, we’ll still be updating and refreshing this list until our eyeballs fall out, so keep checking in.
- Amazon: heavy discounts on Samsung, Asus, and Dell monitors (opens in new tab)
- Best Buy: up to $500 off curved displays (opens in new tab)
- Newegg: up to 37% off Acer and Gigabyte models (opens in new tab)
- Walmart: Samsung monitors now start at just $179.99 (opens in new tab)
- B&H Photo: premium displays from $149.99 (opens in new tab)
- Samsung: save up to $500 on Samsung Odyssey displays (opens in new tab)
- HP: save up to 27% on select monitors (opens in new tab)
- Amazon: up to £280 off the latest models and biggest brands (opens in new tab)
- Currys: MSI Optix and AOC curved panels up to £86 off (opens in new tab)
- Argos: Huawei and Asus models now start at £139.99 (opens in new tab)
- Box: up to £150 off MSI, Samsung, and AOC displays (opens in new tab)
- Very: £350 off Alienware 32-inch WQHD monitor (opens in new tab)
- Ebuyer: save up to £133 (opens in new tab)
Black Friday curved monitor deals in the US still available now
Alienware 38 Curved Gaming Monitor – AW3821DW |
$1,949.99 $1,099.99 at Dell (opens in new tab)
Save $850 – One of the cheapest prices we’ve seen for this model, the Alienware 38″ Curved Gaming Monitor comes equipped with Anti-Glare with 3H hardness, as well as a native resolution of 3840 x 1600 @ 144 Hz, making it one of the best Black Friday gaming monitor deals available today.
Samsung Odyssey G7 26.9″ 240 Hz Curved Gaming Monitor
$699 $499 at B&H Photo (opens in new tab) save $200 – This 1440p, 6:9, 240 Hz monitor is a steal with $200 off. Panel size: 26.9-inch; Resolution: 2560 x 1440; Refresh rate: 240 Hz
Deco Gear 35″ Curved Ultrawide LED Gaming Monitor
$699.99 $399 at Walmart (opens in new tab) save $300 this 35 inch screen is going to leave you feeling like you’re in the game. IT also has edge lighting, 3 HDMI ports and a DisplayPort. Panel size: 35-inch; Resolution: 3440×1440; Refresh rate: 100Hz.
SAMSUNG 27-Inch Curved Gaming Monitor
$249.99 $169 from Amazon (opens in new tab) save $80 – That’s a great price on a solid dependable curved screen if you just need to get the job done. Panel size: 27-inch; Resolution: Full HD; Refresh rate: 60Hz.
Z-EDGE UG32 32-Inch Curved Gaming Monitor
$399.99 $299.99 at Walmart (opens in new tab) save $100 – This 32 inch screen has almost no bezel, meaning it’s nearly all picture to help draw you into the game. Panel size: 32-inch; Resolution: Full HD; Refresh rate: 165Hz.
Dell S3220DGF LED 31.5″ Curved Monitor
$699.99 $488.88 at Walmart (opens in new tab) save $211.11 – There’s a great resolution and refresh rate in this monitor, not to mention over $200 off. Panel size: 32-inch; Resolution: 2560 x 1440; Refresh rate: 165Hz.
GIGABYTE G27FC A 27″ 165Hz Curved Gaming Monitor |
$249.99 $199.99 at New Egg (opens in new tab) save $50.00 – Not only do you get a good 27 inch monitor for the money, there’s a free copy of Outriders on PC bundled in. Panel size: 27-inch; Resolution: Full HD; Refresh rate: 165Hz.
Samsung – G97T Series 49″ Class 1000R Curved Gaming Monitor |
$1,599.99 $1,099.99 at Best Buy (opens in new tab) save $500 – If you have to go large then this 49-inch monster will help create the ultimate set up while saving nearly a third of the cost. Panel size: 49-inch; Resolution: 5120 x 1440; Refresh rate: 240Hz.
Viotek NBV27CB2 |
$200 $179.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $20 – It’s one of the lowest prices that we can verify on the NBV27CB2 and exceptional value given its specs and screen size. Panel size: 27-inch; Resolution: Full HD; Refresh rate: 75Hz.
Asus Tuf Gaming 32 |
$299 $279.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
It’s only $10 shy of the historic lowest ever price, but the Asus Tuf Gaming 32 is one of the most aggressively priced 165Hz competitive gaming panels regardless. Panel size: 32-inch; Resolution: Full HD; Refresh rate: 165Hz.
AOC C32G2ZE |
$330 $279.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $50 – It’s not quite the historic lowest ever price, though this deal represents the second-ever time that the AOC C32G2ZE has dropped from its respective MSRP. Given that we rarely see 240Hz displays at this price, we say go for it. Panel size: 32-inch; Resolution: Full HD; Refresh rate: 240Hz.
Black Friday curved monitor deals in the UK still available now
AOC Gaming C27G1 27″ Curved Gaming Monitor
£439.90 £209.00 at Box (opens in new tab) save £230 – This great quality monitor is over half price off. Panel size: 27-inch; Resolution: Full HD; Refresh rate: 144Hz.
Lenovo G27c-10 27 inch Full HD Curved Gaming Monitor |
£249.99 £179.00 at Amazon (opens in new tab) save £70.99 – With nearly 30% off this is a great price for a decent sized screen. Panel size: 27-inch; Resolution: Full HD; Refresh rate: 165Hz.
MSI Optix MAG272CQR |
£420 £279 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £139.01 – While it’s been ever so slightly cheaper once before, considering just how feature-rich this display is overall, we think it’s more than worth a second look in. Panel size: 27-inch; Resolution: WQHD (2560 x 1440p); Refresh rate: 165Hz.
ASUS TUF Gaming VG32VQ1BR |
£399 £289 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £100 – We have never seen a price drop this extensive on the VG32VQ1BR before, its previous historic lowest price was £305, so you’re getting an even better deal here. Panel size: 31.5-inch; Resolution: QHD (1440p); Refresh rate: 144Hz (up to 165Hz).
Black Friday curved monitor deals: FAQs
Black Friday curved monitor deals – what to expect
It’s always tough trying to pinpoint precise specifics that will occur during the Black Friday curved monitor deals. Monitor prices generally are in flux too – they are just a section of gaming tech where prices rarely stay the same for a long period of time. This is good as it always means there’s a deal to be had – even in the leanest of times – but bad because it can make it quite hard to pin down what makes a genuinely great deal. Using price checker sites like CamelCamelCamel is an excellent way to see the price history of an item on Amazon – both from the retailer itself and from third-party sellers; this bit of advice goes for any deal you want to check this year.
However, in more specific monitor terms, there might be some models just to look out for. Samsung’s Odyssey range of monitors has been an excellent addition to the gaming monitor market this year. While the extra-premium Odyssey Neo G9 might have to have a drastic price cut on it to make it truly affordable this year – its list price is $2,500 – we’ve only seen a minuscule amount come off its price since it became available. With Samsung always getting involved in the deals, maybe this one will be one to watch for something more substantial. Its non-Neo cousin the regular G9 starts life at a lower starting point ($1,400) and has a lowest ever price in December last year of just under $1200. A price of around the $1,000 mark would be an excellent balance this year, we think.
Alienware and Dell monitors are always ones to keep a lookout for in the Black Friday curved monitor deals too. The Alienware premium always sets them apart at the wrong end of the price scale, usually – being brutally honest – but when the deals come along, this premium is wiped out and totally negated. And then some. This makes Dell a store worthy of bookmarking now as there are often lowest ever prices there during the winter – and these can then end up being matched at retailers like Amazon and Best Buy too.
There are so many monitors that are going to be at delectable prices from the likes of LG, ASUS, AOC, and BenQ that we can’t get into all of them and their possible prices – just know that if you keep abreast of the retailers, know what you’re after, and know a bit about its price history, you will be able to snag a deal this year.
Best curved monitor prices right now
Remember, prices of curved monitors regularly fluctuate so it’s well worth your while trying to keep abreast of things and using this page and our price-finding tech to get you access to some great early prices. Below are the latest and best curved monitor prices we’ve selected but these will also take you to the right retailer pages to ensure you’re browsing in the right places.
And don’t forget to have a look at your other options in this year’s sales event and perhaps complement your new screen with something from the Black Friday gaming PC or Black Friday laptop deals, or if you’re after the lesser-spotted new-gen consoles still, then check out the news on the upcoming Black Friday PS5 deals and Black Friday Xbox Series X deals.
If you’re after something more TV-shaped, then you can browse our guides to the best gaming TV, best TV for PS5 and Xbox Series X, best 120Hz 4K TV, best OLED TV, and best QLED TV to fully round out your research on gaming-focused big screens.