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The Graphics card (GPU) market is a difficult place to navigate. There are dozens of potential cards and each one has a dozen different manufacturers. The prices change all the time, and a lot of times not for the better. If you're looking for the most modern card, you might find it's going for hundreds more than it should, which is unfortunate. You won't find those prices listed here, though, this is a collection of the best discounts on graphics cards from all over the internet.

One thing to keep in mind with graphics cards is that they often come with bundles and packages that we can't keep track of. For example, if you buy the card you can get a digital code for a free game. Be sure to read product pages carefully and check out what manufacturers are bundling with the card you're interested in.

Best GPU Deals

EVGA B Stock graphics cards (opens in new tab)

Best Value

There aren't always graphics cards available in EVGA's B Stock page, but when there are they offer some of the best value around. B Stock is EVGA's way of saying "Refurbished," so this section features cards that have cosmetic damage or have been used before. They usually come with a 90-day warranty instead of a full warranty. Plus, while already being offered at reduced cost they sometimes come with even better deals.

Your favorite deals

Graphics cards are not in a great place price-wise, and they haven't been for some time. Honestly since the advent of cryptocurrency mining several years ago, graphics cards have struggled both to stay in stock and to see any sort of affordable discounts. These days, bots and algorithms do most of the buying online. Last year's issues with the global pandemic didn't help supply lines, either. The whole thing is a struggle for people like you and me, and it shows no sign of getting better. That's why we have roundups like this. It's not always pretty, and it's not always perfect, but it is as solid an insight into the best graphics card deals available as we can make. Keep checking back if saving money is important to you!

John Levite
John Levite

J.D. Levite has been in the deals game since 2012. He has posted daily deals at Gizmodo, The Wirecutter, The Sweethome, and now covers deals for Android Central, iMore, and Windows Central. He was there for the first Prime Day and has braved the full force of Black Friday. If you cut him, he bleeds savings. But don't try it for real. That's a metaphor.

4 Comments
  • Any deals sub $100?
  • Is that RX570 the inflated price??? I bought my son and RX570 last March 2020 for his PC for $110 i think on Amazon or Newegg. They're still jacked up?! Edit: yes inflated. Found it was Newegg via eBay $119 at the time and the same card still only $159 but out of stock https://www.windowscentral.com/e?link=https%3A%2F%2Frover.ebay.com%2Frov...
  • And dang!!! $244 for a 1050 Ti?!?! Yeah I'll hold off!! Guns and ammo being overpriced is one thing, inflated stocks another; but I'm sure as hell not overpaying for a GPU because of scalpers ruining the markets
  • Why do you keep running articles on the best graphics cards to buy when, in reality, the only way you can buy ANY of them is if (a) you're a bot run by a scalper or (b) you're willing to pay a thousand-dollar markup to a scalper?