This Newegg After-Christmas Sale Will Net You Big Savings on Laptops, PC Components and More

This Newegg After-Christmas Sale Will Net You Big Savings on Laptops, PC Components and More

Still in a shopping mood? You’re in luck: Plenty of retailers are holding post-holiday sales this week, and that includes Newegg. While it’s mostly known for selling electronics, Newegg has varied its inventory quite a bit in recent years, so this Newegg after-Christmas sale has a little bit of everything. And that includes some prices that are currently lower than Amazon and Best Buy.

Some great laptop deals we’ve spotted:

  • The Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 5i laptop is going for $680, which is $200 cheaper than Amazon’s price of $880. It features muscular specs, including an Intel i7-1355U, 16GB of RAM and 1TB of storage. 
  • The Lenovo LOQ gaming laptop is going for $1,000, which is $100 cheaper than Best Buy’s $1,100. Its RTX 4050 video card and AMD Ryzen 7 7840HS processor will deliver solid graphics performance on the latest PC gaming titles.
  • If you want something a bit more powerful, the MSI GP Series has an RTX 4080 and is going for $1,599, instead of the $2,100 from Best Buy.

Building your own PC? Check out this 20TB Seagate Exos X20 spinning hard drive that’s going for $320, instead of the cheapest seller on Amazon, where it’s going for $372. Or if you need a new CPU, the Intel Core i5-13600K is going for $283 instead of $300. Or if, you’re looking for a budget-friendly GPU, this PELADN Radeon RX 6750 XT graphics card is going for $368 instead of $499 — and that’s before a $35 Newegg gift card is thrown in.

There are also a couple of solid software deals you can grab from Newegg too. For example, this 1-year subscription to Malwarebytes Premium + Privacy VPN is going for as low $35 if you use the promo code ACSCZ26352. Also, this 1-year McAfee Total Protection 2024 subscription is going for just $20 if you use the promo code ACSCZ26346. But note that both are limited offers, so don’t delay. 

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