PCs might not be the most exciting tech purchase but they can be one of the most used and useful bits of tech in your home. Whether you want a full-on gaming rig, all-in-one or a traditional desktop PC tower we’ve found the best discounts around.
We’ve been shopping the sales for you to find the best legitimate discounts and voucher codes so you find the best bargains with ease – US and UK.
Since they’re usually expensive at full price, PCs often have some of the deepest discounts around. And with a constant churn of new components you can always find massive savings by opting for hardware that’s a year or two old – but often still plenty powerful.
We’ve got gaming machines, basic desktops and all-in-one (AIO) PCs. We also have plenty of great laptop deals if a PC isn’t the right choice. We also have the overall best tech deals.
As a rule of thumb, if you see the right product within your budget then make sure you don’t miss out as prices can change quickly or stock run out.
Where to find PC deals
Where you want to go depends a lot on what you’re looking for. If you want to buy a pre-built computer or just some simple accessories, then some of the standard electronics retailers are the best bet:
And in the UK:
If you’re looking to pick up components though, you’d be better off looking at the following (some of which sell pre-built PCs too, for what it’s worth):
Amazon has some of the biggest bargains but other retailers offer tempting deals too, including Currys and Argos.
If you find that you’re missing out on Amazon’s Lightning deals, which run for just a few hours and offer limited stock, we’d recommend signing up for Amazon’s 30-day free trial of Prime, which will get you access to deals 30 minutes before everyone else. Plus, you’ll get free next-day delivery with the Prime trial, as well as access to Prime Instant Video and more. Sign up for Prime here.
We’ve gathered up the best PC deals that are available right now. If you’re looking for Apple desktops then we have specific guides on our sister site Macworld for iMac deals and Mac mini deals.
Best PC Deals US
Acer Aspire TC-1760-UA92 Desktop
There’s $80 off this Acer desktop which has impressive specs for the price: A 12th-gen Intel Core i5-12400 processor,12GB RAM, 512GB SSD and a DVD drive.
Lenovo IdeaCentre AIO 3i
From: Best Buy
($130 off + Xbox Game Pass)
If you need an affordable all-in-one then this Lenovo will suit. Now under $500 with a Core i3, 8GB of memory and a 256GB SSD.
Best Buy is also bundling three-months of Xbox Game Pass for free.
HP Omen 25L
From: Best Buy
There’s a big saving on this HP gaming desktop making it a great price for the combo of AMD Ryzen 7 5700G and Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 Ti.
Dell Inspiron 24
Apple iMac 5K 27in
From: Best Buy
It’s a couple of years old now but if you still want an iMac 27in with a 5K screen then Best Buy has $600 off this model with a Core i7 and 512GB SSD.
Best PC Deals UK
Apple Mac mini, M1, 8-Core CPU / 8-Core GPU, 512GB
Apple iMac M1
AO has a decent £100 off the latest iMac with Apple’s impressive M1 chip, if you’re ok with the blue colour.
Dell Inspiron Desktop
It’s not a huge discount but this compact tower PC from Dell will get the job done without breaking the bank and has a 12th-gen Core i5 processor and 256GB SSD.
HP 24 AiO
If you want a compact and stylish All in One PC then this 24in model from HP will suit. It’s got an AMD Ryzen 5 and 512GB SSD.
HP Omen G25L
Those looking for a powerful but affordable gaming PC should consider the Omen 25L.It has an AMD Ryzen 5, RX 6600 XT and 1TB SSD.
Dell Inspiron 24
This affordable but powerful all-in-one will make a great family PC with its Core i5 processor, 512GB SSD and a Full HD pop-up webcam.
Alienware Aurora R14
There’s a big saving on this powerful gaming PC from Dell’s Alienware line. It’s got an AMD Ryzen 7 processor, 16GB of RAM and an Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 Ti graphics card.
PC deals 2022: What to look for
More than with most things, it’s worth making sure you know how much a given component or PC setup is worth – retailers love to advertise reductions that aren’t quite as good as they appear, by quoting the initial RRP rather than a product’s most recent price. Plan what components you want – and how much they cost normally – and you can make sure you don’t get fooled by dodgy “discounts”.
The biggest discounts are on pre-built desktops and all-in-one computers (think iMacs, where the computer and the screen are built into the same unit). If you’re happy to build your own, or upgrade your existing setup, keep an eye on component sites though.
PC deals for students
Another great resource to help you snag deals is Tech Advisor’s Student Beans page. The Tech and Mobile section can help you save up to 25% from big brands such as Apple, Asus, HP, Lenovo, Logitech and many more. See all tech student deals here.