Black Friday and Cyber Monday are just a few weeks away, happening the 23th & 26th November respectively. Even though it all started as a 24-hour event, over the course of the years and after all the popularity it has been gaining, Black Friday & Cyber Monday have been extending their time window on every new edition. Now the deals begin early November and it lasts almost a month.
It can be really time-consuming to try to keep up with the best deals, especially since many of the good ones can last just a few hours. I know, it can be overwhelming, that’s why we’ll do all the research and all the arduous job for you.
Here you can expect to find the best deals on gaming pcs, consoles, games, peripherals, hardware, among many others.
All posts in this category will be constantly updated as new and better deals arise, so make sure you bookmark this post and keep visiting us regularly, you don’t want to miss it!
This year the Black Friday event in Amazon is expected to be bigger and better than the previous one, so here goes a handful of tips that can help you prepare for all what is coming:
Establish A Budget
Prepare yourself and be aware of how much you can afford to spend, and, most importantly, write down a list of the products that you really need or want to buy. You don’t want to burn your whole budget before you find a good deal that really interests you.
Be Open Minded
Try to consider as much as possible alternatives to the product that you want to buy. Sometimes, you can find a product with similar features for a much better price.
Save Some Extra Cash
If you plan on doing several purchases, maybe you want to consider signing up on Amazon Prime. Not only you can save quite a lot of money on shipping fees but you can also benefit from many other advantages such as same-day delivery, video & music streaming, and many more.
In case you don’t want to pay for the subscription just yet (or never) you can benefit from their 30-day free trial and then cancel your subscription after Cyber Monday.
How To Choose an SSD
First things first, maybe you want to know how to choose an SSD based on your needs and budget:
Recommended for just installing the operating system. Enough for a Windows installation. For Mac users, a 250 GB SSD is preferable.
This is the most suitable capacity for almost all the situations. You can install the operating system and install any number of applications, even some other game.
500 GB or More
There is no point to invest your money on these capacities unless you want to play all your games at full speed, directly from your SSD. In this case, you won’t need any secondary HDD drive.
That being said, if you feel this information is not enough, you can check our full dedicated post to SSDs right here:
Best Black Friday Storage Deals
Disclaimer: the following links are deals that we found on amazon.com
- Crucial P1 500GB 3D NAND NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD
- Samsung 860 EVO 2TB 2.5 Inch SATA III Internal SSD
- Samsung 860 EVO 1TB 2.5 Inch SATA III Internal SSD
- Samsung 970 EVO 500GB – NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 SSD
- Seagate 2TB FireCuda Gaming SSHD
- SanDisk 1TB Ultra 3D NAND SATA III SSD
- WD Blue 3D NAND 1TB PC SSD
- Seagate 4TB BarraCuda Internal Hard Drive
- Seagate Portable 2TB External Hard Drive