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Cyber Monday monitor deals 2021 — best sales you can still get

Cyber Monday Monitor Deals
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Cyber Monday monitor deals are still here, but there's limited time remaining to score a discount on the the display you want.

To make your life easier, we've been tracking Cyber Monday monitor deals from all the major retailers, including Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart and more, and have been updating this page regularly to ensure you'll always have the lowest price.

If you're looking to take your PC gaming to the next level, go ahead and skip to our section on the best gaming monitor deals for Cyber Monday, which includes heavy discounts from the likes of Alienware, Dell and Samsung. 

Here are the best Cyber Monday monitor deals that you can still get.

Top Cyber Monday monitor deals now

Cyber Monday monitor deals — the best sales you can still get

Cyber Monday Monitor Deals

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MSI Optix 32" Gaming Monitor: was $899 now $749 @ B&H Photo (opens in new tab)
Officially the MPG321UR-QD, this 16:9 display has a 4K resolution and a 144Hz refresh rate. More practically, it features two HDMI ports, a DisplayPort input and a USB-C input, plus Nvidia GSync for anyone using GTX or RTX graphics. This model is marked coming soon, but you can still buy it at this sale price now.

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Dell 27" 1080p monitor: was $249 now $174 @ Dell (opens in new tab)
Save a nice chunk of change on this 27" adjustable monitor from Dell. With a display resolution of 1920 x 1080, a refresh rate of 75Hz, and support for AMD FreeSync, it should stand you in good stead for both work and play.

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Dell 24" 1080p Monitor: was $239 now $179 @ Dell (opens in new tab)
The Dell S2421HN is a 1080p monitor that offers style, performance, and value. The IPS display supports AMD FreeSync tech and features a 75MHz refresh rate. It also offers two HDMI ports, and now Dell is selling it at a decent discount.

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HP M27f 27" 1080p Monitor: was $269 now $184 @ HP (opens in new tab)
The HP M27f Monitor is a budget monitor that's great for just about any task. It features 1080p resolution, 5ms response time, and HDMI connectivity. This is a decent deal for one of the larger monitors on this list. You can buy now, but shipping is delayed to January 2022.

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Lepow 15.6" Portable Monitor: was $259 now $239 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
If you need a portable monitor, this lightweight 15.6-inch display is $20 off in this Amazon Cyber Monday deal. It is capable of a 1920 x 1080 resolution and offers a slim 0.3-inch profile. It's compatible with laptops, desktops, phones, and video game consoles. 

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Dell 25 Gaming Monitor - S2522HG: was $429 now $229 @ Dell (opens in new tab)
It's not often that you see a high-performance gaming monitor for under $250. This Dell 25-inch gaming monitor is made for esports players in mind. The 240Hz refresh rate and 1ms response time make it ideal for games like League of Legends, CS:GO and Street Fighter V. 

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LG 34" UltraWide monitor: was $349 now $249 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)
There are bigger monitors, and then there are wider monitors. And an ultrawide model, like the LG 34WL500-B 34-inch IPS LED UltraWide FHD FreeSync Monitor with HDR is hard to beat. Great for work or play, the extra space gives you room to work in more windows at once, or game with a wider field of view.

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LG 32" 4K Monitor: was $599 now $417 @ Walmart (opens in new tab)
This 32-inch monitor from LG offers 4K (3840 x 2160) resolution at a reasonable price. The LED display supports AMD Free Sync for smoother gaming, and it has an adjustable stand as well as both HDMI and DisplayPort inputs for easy setup. 

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Dell 27" 4K Monitor: was $539 now $319 @ Dell (opens in new tab)
Dell is offering a significant price cut on this 27-inch 4K display with HDR support. At over $200 off, this is one of the better Cyber Monday monitor deals we've seen so far. Plus, the monitor's design allows you to pivot, tilt, swivel and adjust its height, which should help you create the perfect setup for your work space. 

Cyber Monday gaming monitor deals

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LG 27" Monitor: was $249 now $226 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
If you're in the market for a large display, this QHD monitor from LG is a great pick. Its 27-inch size offers a nice amount of screen space without taking up too much desk real estate, and it comes with AMD FreeSync technology and HDR 10 support. Plus, it offers two HDMI ports, a virtually borderless design and an adjustable stand. 

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LG 32" UltraGear Monitor: was $249 now $229 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
The LG UltraGear Monitor is built for 1080p gamers on a budget. This 1920 x 1080 monitor offers 1ms response time, HDR10 support, Nvidia G-Sync and AMD FreeSync compatibility, and a 165Hz refresh rate. 

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Samsung Odyssey 27" CRG5: was $399 now $249 (opens in new tab)
This 27-inch 1080p curved gaming monitor for Samsung is on sale right now at Best Buy for $150 off. With a 240Hz refresh rate, a 4ms response time, and support for G-Sync, this is a great curved gaming monitor for the 1080p crowd.

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Monoprice 32" Zero-G Curved Gaming Monitor: was $329, now $279 @ Monoprice (opens in new tab)
This 32-inch curved gaming monitor from Monoprice offers a 2560 x 1440p resolution and a 165Hz refresh rate, with an advertised response time of 6ms. It sports a two HDMI 2.0 ports and two DisplayPort 1.4 ports, and its Adaptive Sync technology helps eliminate broken frames. 

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LG Ultragear 27" Monitor: was $379 now $357 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
This 27-inch LG gaming monitor boasts a QHD (2560 X 1440) IPS display, 1ms response time, and a 144Hz refresh rate. It's compatible with Nvidia G-Sync, supports HDR10, plus it has a stand that can tilt, pivot (landscape to portrait), and is height-adjustable. Right now you can get it from Amazon for $25 off, a welcome discount. 

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Alienware 25" Gaming Monitor: was $393 now $342 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
The Alienware AW2521HF has a 1ms response time that should all but eliminate input delays and visual lag when gaming. It also has a 240Hz refresh rate and supports both AMD FreeSync Premium and Nvidia G-Sync. Plus, this 1080p monitor boasts a fully customizable lighting system for the ultimate gaming experience.

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Alienware 25" Gaming Monitor: was $393 now $364 @ Dell (opens in new tab)

The Alienware AW2521HF has a 1ms response time that should all but eliminate input delays and visual lag when gaming. It also has a 240Hz refresh rate and supports both AMD FreeSync Premium and Nvidia G-Sync. Plus, this 1080p monitor boasts a fully customizable lighting system for the ultimate gaming experience.

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Dell 27" Gaming Monitor: was $589 now $329 @ Dell (opens in new tab)
This Dell gaming monitor offers a buttery-smooth 165Hz refresh rate. You also get a 27-inch display with a 2560 x 1440 resolution and AMD FreeSync support. Plus, you can hook it up via either DisplayPort or HDMI, though you can only get the full 165 Hz refresh rate when you connect it to your PC via DisplayPort.

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Acer Predator XB271HU: was $469 now $399 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
Acer's 27-inch Predator gaming monitor comes with a WQHD resolution and Nvidia G-Sync to help eliminate any frame tearing. It also boasts a fast 144Hz refresh rate and sports an IPS panel. And now, Amazon has it on sale for $70 off.

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Asus TUF 27" gaming monitor: was $349 now $309 @ Walmart (opens in new tab)
This gaming monitor from Asus comes with a 2,560 x 1,440 resolution and a 165Hz refresh rate. It's also curved and comes with AMD FreeSync support as well as a very low 1ms response time.

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Alienware 27" Gaming Monitor: was $559 now $399 @ Dell (opens in new tab)
Another gaming monitor from Dell's Alienware, this time offering a 27-inch IPS display, a 240Hz refresh rate and both Nvidia G-Sync and AMD's FreeSync. With a neat $160 off, it's well worth your attention. 

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Monoprice 34" Dark Matter Curved Gaming Monitor: was $499 now $400 @ Monoprice  (opens in new tab)
This 34-inch curved gaming monitor from Monoprice offers nearly 4K resolution (3440x1440 pixels) and a 165Hz refresh rate, with an advertised response time of 4ms. It sports a two HDMI 2.0 ports and two DisplayPort 1.4 ports, and it supports Adaptive Sync technology for smoother gameplay.

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Dell 34" Curved Gaming Monitor: was $679 now $449 @ Dell (opens in new tab)
If you want to go down the big and curved gaming monitor route, then you could do worse than this 34-inch Dell gaming monitor. With HDR 400 and a 144Hz refresh rate, it should give you expansive and immersive gaming. 

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Samsung 49" CRG9 Curved Gaming Monitor: was $1,199 now $949 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
This pricey 49-inch ultrawide curved gaming monitor is available at Amazon right now for $250 off, which is a decent deal. It sports a 5,120 x 1,440 resolution, 120Hz refresh rate, AMD FreeSync 2 support, HDR support, and picture-in-picture mode. While it might take a little getting used to, the width and high resolution make it feel like having two 1440p monitors, without the black divider in between. You can order now, but Amazon estimates shipping in 1 to 2 months.

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Samsung 49-inch Odyssey G9 Gaming Monitor: was $1,399 now $999 @ Samsung (opens in new tab)
This curved QLED gaming monitor has a dual QHD resolution (5120 x 1440), 240Hz refresh rate, and support for NVIDIA G-SYNC and FreeSync Premium Pro. This monitor is also available for $899 to those that qualify for Samsung's discount program (opens in new tab), which is limited to students, teachers, parents, first responders, military, government and other employee programs.

Alex Wawro is a lifelong tech and games enthusiast with more than a decade of experience covering both for outlets like Game Developer, Black Hat, and PC World magazine. He currently serves as a senior editor at Tom's Guide covering all things computing, from laptops and desktops to keyboards and mice.