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Unbeatable Cyber Monday monitor deals: 24-inch Samsung monitor now just $90!

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Monitor deals have been flooding in this Cyber Monday, but none so far have topped this Samsung 24-inch monitor offer – now just $89.99 at Best Buy

If you're looking for a decent monitor for under $100, then this is it. With its three-sided borderless display and accurate colour, it has a 75Hz refresh rate for seamless viewing. 

If you'd like something slightly different, we've found even more monitor deals (details below). Want more savings? Be sure to check out our Cyber Monday sales post, which is crammed full of awesome deals. 

Cyber Monday monitor deals: US


Samsung 24" monitor: $149.99 $89.99 at Best Buy
Save $60: There's a very tempting $60 off this Samsung monitor from Best Buy right now. This screen has a gorgeous borderless display and a 75Hz refresh rate. There's also both HDMI and D-sub ports for added convenience.


Samsung 27" Ultrawide monitor: $399.99 $279.99 at Best Buy
Save $120: Best Buy has a cracking deal on this popular Samsung 27-inch RapidCurve gaming monitor, now with over $100 off. If you're looking for a quality curved, ultrawide monitor at a great price, they don't come better than this.

Cyber Monday monitor deals: UK

Samsung 24-Inch Curved LED Monitor

Samsung 24" LED monitor: £105.96 £93.64 at Amazon
Save £12:
Get 12 per cent off this stunning 24-inch monitor from Samsung. The HDMI, VGA and headphone sockets mean it's totally versatile, and eye-saver mode will stop you feeling fatigued after a long screen session.

HP OMEN X Full HD Gaming Monitor

HP OMEN X Full HD Gaming monitor: £350 £298.99 at Amazon
Save £51:
This HP monitor is perfect for gaming, with a 240HZ refresh rate that makes it four times faster than traditional monitors. It's got a 24-inch full HD display and a very nice 23 per cent off – making this a rock-bottom price for this monitor.

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Kerrie Hughes

Kerrie Hughes is editor of Creative Bloq. Kerrie was staff writer for 3D World magazine before joining the original Creative Bloq team in 2012. Since then she's written regularly for other publications, including ImagineFX, 3D World and Computer Arts magazines.