Black Friday PC gaming deals UK: the best deals on PCs, components and peripherals


The Best Black Friday deals

Black Friday 2021 has finally officially arrived. The final push of the biggest sales and deals will see some of the best PC hardware at previously unheard of prices. Whether you're in the market for a whole gaming PC or laptop, a few components to upgrade your current setup, or a new screen or headset, you'll find a bargain out there waiting for you. There are deals for every budget too.

As things kick off this morning we're seeing some great deals on some big brand gear, with the Razer Blade 15 reduced to £1,299.97 at Box, an Nvidia RTX 3080-powered gaming PC down to £2,199.99 at Ebuyer, and the budget version of one of our favourite headsets, the Razer BlackShark V2 X is down to £35.99 at Amazon

One thing you're not going to see this Black Friday is any deals on graphics cards. While the likes of the RTX 3080 and RX 6800 XT are the best graphics cards upgrades we've seen in a long, long time, lack of availability means that these don't need price cuts to sell out. Plenty of gaming PCs built around such cards are out there though, and there are some healthy deals to be had if you're quick. 

We're also deploying the full bot-powered might of our price comparison engine, to check for the best deals on the key PC gaming product categories every hour of every day.

Where will the best Black Friday PC gaming deals be?

Black Friday Top Deals Today

AlphaSync Canine iCue 4000X | Nvidia RTX 3080 | AMD Ryzen 7 5800X | 32GB RAM | 1TB SSD + 2TB HDD | £2,499.99 £2,199.98 at Ebuyer (save £300)
If you’re going to grab the best graphics card around, then you may as well go big and make sure you’re covered for the future. This high-end gaming PC will handle 4K gaming with ease, and with 32GB of RAM and 3TB of storage, you shouldn’t have to upgrade it for a long, long time. That £300 saving doesn’t hurt either.

HP Omen 25L | Nvidia RTX 3070 | AMD Ryzen 7 3700X | 16GB RAM | 256GB SSD + 2TB HDD | £1,899 £1,499 at Box (save £300)
This is the cheapest RTX 3070 PC we’ve found, and for that alone it’s well worth considering. You do take a bit of a hit on the processor here, as it’s a last-gen AMD chip, but it’s still a capable eight-core, 16-thread beast that will serve you well. The SSD is a bit on the small side, but there is a 2TB HDD as well, and you can easily upgrade later down the line.  

Razer Blade 15 | 15.6-inch | Intel Core i7 10750H | Nvidia RTX 3060 | 16GB  RAM | 512GB SSD | £1,599.97 £1,299.97 at Box (save £300)
This is far from the cheapest RTX 3060-powered gaming laptop on this list, but I wanted to point it out as it’s a Razer Blade 15, our favourite gaming laptop and an incredibly popular design, too. The specs could be a little more generous in terms of storage space, but at least you’ve got a great processor beneath the hood working alongside that capable Ampere GPU. And all inside Razer’s lovely chassis. 

Asus TUF Dash F15 | 15.6-inch | Core i7 11370H | RTX 3060 | 8GB RAM | 512GB SSD | £1,099 £899 at Very (save £200)
Sporting Intel’s 11th Gen ultraportable gaming CPU, the Dash F15 pairs a decent processor with a very good gaming GPU, and all for an affordable price. With a 144Hz screen and speedy SSD, this is a great sub-£1,000 gaming laptop.

Medion Erazer P25 | 15.6-inch | Ryzen 5 5600H | RTX 3060 | 16GB RAM | 512GB SSD | £995.95 £879.95 at Overclockers (save £116)
There are many RTX 3050 machines at this price, and a lot of RTX 3060 laptops for around £1,500, which makes this Medion machine a bit of a bargain. Especially when you factor in the mighty AMD CPU and the 16GB of DDR4-3200 memory. The 512GB SSD isn’t bad either.

Corsair T3 Rush | 4D armrests | memory foam | 120kg | £249.99 £184.57 at Amazon (save £65.42)
One of our favourite gaming chairs here, and all three style options are down to the discounted price right now on Amazon. For that price, you get memory foam goodness and soft, breathable fabric for your botty.

WD_Black SN850 | 1TB | PCIe 4.0 | 7,000MB/s read | 5,300MB/s write| £153.99 £119.98 at Amazon (save £34.01)
The first-gen PCIe 4.0 drives are seeing some decent discounts now that faster drives, based on the Phison E18 controller, have released. Just a few months ago this was the price of a 1TB PCIe 3.0 SSD, but now you can get twice the speed for the same price. Though do make sure you have a motherboard and CPU capable of running a PCIe 4.0 SSD first.

Razer BlackShark V2 X | Wired | 240g | £59.99 £35.99 at Amazon (save £24)
This is the budget spin of one of our favourite gaming headsets with a pretty nifty discount. It may not have the freedom of a wireless headset but these are comfy, cans at a great price. And the sound will not disappoint, especially at that price.

WD_Black SN750 | 1TB | PCIe 3.0 | 3,430MB/s read | 3,000MB/s write | £108.98 £92.97 at Amazon (save £2.57)
This might be a last-gen drive now, but it’s still one of the best PCIe 3.0 SSDs around, and makes for a speedy 1TB of internal storage for your PC. It’s also never been as cheap as it is now, so well worth dropping into your rig if you need some extra game space.

Black Friday Gaming PC deals

AlphaSync iCUE | Nvidia RTX 3080 | AMD Ryzen 9 5900X | 32GB RAM | 1TB SSD + 4TB HDD | £2,700.03 £2,499.94 at Ebuyer (save £200.09)
Combined with the immense power of the 12-core, 24-thread Ryzen 9 5900X, the RTX 3080 in this machine is sure to sing. You’ll be blasting through the likes of even Metro Exodus at high resolutions, on ultra graphics settings. And if the 4TB hard drive doesn’t cut it, you can always add another NVMe SSD; the motherboard has dual PCIe 4.0 compatible M.2 slots.

Infinity X125 | Nvidia RTX 3060 Ti | Intel Core i5 12600KF | 16GB RAM | 1TB WD Blue SSD | £1,609.20 at CyberPower
It’s not on sale, but if you’re looking ahead to the future with Intel Alder Lake, here’s a PC with our current favourite CPU for just over a grand and a half. You can select a higher-spec GPU, although the RTX 3060 Ti gets you blistering frame rates at 1080p at the top settings. You get 16GB of RAM and it’s dual-channel, so more than enough for gaming. Plus it’s topped with a nice, high capacity WD Blue PCIe SSD.

AlphaSync Canine iCue 4000X | Nvidia RTX 3080 | AMD Ryzen 7 5800X | 32GB RAM | 1TB SSD + 2TB HDD | £2,499.99 £2,199.98 at Ebuyer (save £300.01)
If you’re going to grab the best graphics card around, then you may as well go big and make sure you’re covered for the future. This high-end gaming PC will handle 4K gaming with ease, and with 32GB of RAM and 3TB of storage, you shouldn’t have to upgrade it for a long, long time. That £300 saving doesn’t hurt either.

3XS Vengeance | Nvidia RTX 3070 | Intel Core i7 11700K | 16GB RAM | 1TB SSD | £2,599.99 £2,399.99 at Scan (save £200)
Scan has built a great reputation for building quality machines over the years, and while this 3070 system is on the pricier side, it will surely serve you well. Along with that powerful GPU you have a powerful Intel CPU, 16GB of RAM, and a speedy 1TB SSD. That chassis is a seriously impressive piece of work as well.

HP Omen 25L | Nvidia RTX 3070 | AMD Ryzen 7 3700X | 16GB RAM | 256GB SSD + 2TB HDD | £1,899 £1,599 at Box (save £300)
This is the cheapest RTX 3070 PC we’ve found, and for that alone it’s well worth considering. You do take a bit of a hit on the processor here, as it’s a last-gen AMD chip, but it’s still a capable eight-core, 16-thread beast that will serve you well. The SSD is a bit on the small side, but there is a 2TB HDD as well, and you can easily upgrade later down the line. 

PC Specialist Cypher GTi | Nvidia GTX 1660 Super | Intel Core i5 11400F | 1TB SSD | 16GB RAM | £1,199 £979 at Very (save £220)
Decent gaming PCs for under £1,000 are rare in these silicon-starved days, but this deal means that you get a well-thought-out system for exactly that. The 1660 Super may lack ray tracing and DLSS goodness, but it performs well at 1080p, and the 11th Gen Core i5 won’t hold you back either. The rest of the spec is spot on, and it’s all encased in an attractive chassis with room for further expansion.  

Black Friday Gaming Laptop deals

Asus ROG Flow X13 | 13.4-inch | GTX 1650 + RTX 3080 Dock | Ryzen 9 5980HS | 32GB RAM | 1TB SSD | £2,999.97 £2,399.97 at Box (save £600)
Asus’ X13 is one ultra-desirable bit of kit, mixing the portability of a 13-inch touchscreen notebook with the gaming power of an external RTX 3080 GPU. Mix in 32GB RAM, a 1TB SSD, and AMD’s might octa-core Ryzen 9 CPU, you have a notebook for all occasions. And one with a hefty discount, too.

Alienware M15 R6 | 15.6-inch | Nvidia RTX 3080 | Intel Core i7 11800H | 16GB RAM | 1TB SSD | £2,449 £1,999 at Dell UK (save £450)
This is one of the few RTX 3080 laptops I’ve seen under £2,000 so far, and it’s a good mix of specs for high-end gaming. That includes a 360Hz 1080p display, which will really make the most of Nvidia’s top mobile GPU in most games.

Acer Nitro 5 (2021) | 17.3-inch | Nvidia RTX 3070 | AMD Ryzen 7 5800H | 16GB RAM | 1TB SSD | £1,499.99 £1,299.97 at Box (save £200)
This is a great price for an RTX 3070 gaming laptop. It is surprisingly well-to-do in other aspects, too. The RAM is a decent 16GB, there’s a 1TB SSD for all your games and OS, and the CPU at its heart is one of AMD’s latest and greatest. The screen, while 1080p, is buttery smooth at 165Hz, so you can really make the most of that RTX 3070’s power with this one, too.

MSI Katana GF66 | 15.6-inch | Nvidia RTX 3070 | Intel Core i7 11800H | 16GB RAM | 512GB SSD | £1,399.99 £1,229.95 at Overclockers (save £170)
This is an impressive spec for the money; any time you can bag an RTX 3070-powered gaming laptop for under £1,250 you’re doing well. Throw in a high-refresh panel, a full 16GB of memory and a workable 512GB SSD and this is a system that will last you years.

Razer Blade 15 | 15.6-inch | Nvidia RTX 3060 | Intel Core i7 10750H | 16GB  RAM | 512GB SSD | £1,599.97 £1,299.97 at Box (save £300)
This is far from the cheapest RTX 3060-powered gaming laptop on this list, but I wanted to point it out as it’s a Razer Blade 15, our favourite gaming laptop and an incredibly popular design, too. The specs could be a little more generous in terms of storage space, but at least you’ve got a great processor beneath the hood working alongside that capable Ampere GPU. And all inside Razer’s lovely chassis. 

Victus by HP 16 | 16.1-inch | Nvidia RTX 3060 | AMD Ryzen 7 5800H | 16GB RAM | 512GB SSD | £1,149.97 £949.97 at Box (save £200)
While familiar in specs, the HP Victus has a unique style and screen size, despite maintaining a smaller chassis. It’s generally pretty smart, too, and that specs list offers a heady mix of GPU and CPU grunt with the right amount of RAM for us gamers.

Asus TUF Dash F15 | 15.6-inch | Nvidia RTX 3060 | Intel Core i7 11370H | 8GB RAM | 512GB SSD | £1,099 £899 at Very (save £200)
Sporting Intel’s 11th Gen ultraportable gaming CPU, the Dash F15 pairs a decent processor with a very good gaming GPU, and all for an affordable price. With a 144Hz screen and speedy SSD, this is a great sub-£1,000 gaming laptop.

Medion Erazer P25 | 15.6-inch | Nvidia RTX 3060 | AMD Ryzen 5 5600H | 16GB RAM | 512GB SSD | £995.95 £879.95 at Overclockers (save £116)
There are many RTX 3050 machines at this price, and a lot of RTX 3060 laptops for around £1,500, which makes this Medion machine a bit of a bargain. Especially when you factor in the mighty AMD CPU and the 16GB of DDR4-3200 memory. The 512GB SSD isn’t bad either.

Asus TUF Gaming F15 FX506 | 15.6-inch | Nvidia RTX 3050 | Intel Core i5 11400H | 8GB RAM | 512GB SSD | £879 £699.99 at Ebuyer (save £180)
Fitted with an Ampere generation GPU, this laptop is able to offer the benefits of an RTX 30-series card, such as DLSS, on a tighter budget. One way it’s hit that is by slimming the RAM down to 8GB, though this can be upgraded after the fact. The 512GB SSD is plenty big enough for a handful of games with your OS too.

HP Pavilion 15 | 15.6-inch | Nvidia GTX 1650 Ti | AMD Ryzen 5 4600H | 8GB RAM | 512GB SSD | £749.97 £599.97 at Box (save £150)
I’m not going to pretend the GTX 1650 Ti is some gaming powerhouse, but it will still deliver gaming performance on less demanding strategy titles even if it isn’t going to offer 120 fps in Far Cry 6. The 8GB of DDR4 memory is a little miserly, but getting a decent AMD six-core CPU and a half-terabyte SSD for a bargain price can’t be sniffed at.

Apple MacBook Air | 13-inch | M1 SoC | 8-core CPU | 7-core GPU | 16GB RAM | 512GB SSD | £1,529 £1,399 at Very (save £200)
Look, oranges aren’t the only fruit, and nor is x86 the only processor design worth a damn. Love them or hate them, Apple has created a fantastic slice of silicon with the M1 chip and it makes for an outstanding productivity notebook, even in this slight MacBook Air form factor. It’s pretty rubbish for gaming though.

HP Omen 15 | 15.6-inch | Nvidia RTX 3070 | AMD Ryzen 7 5800H | 16GB RAM | 512GB SSD | £1,499.97 £1,399.97 at Box (save £100)
This Black Friday there are some decent RTX 3070 gaming laptops around with impressive discounts on them if you look hard enough. This HP Omen machine pairs Nvidia’s powerful GPU with AMD’s excellent Ryzen 7 5800H eight-core, 16-thread CPU, and comes in under £1,400. The 165Hz 1080p screen is another bright spot in this quality notebook.

Asus ZenBook Flip | 13-inch | Core i5 1135G7 | Iris Xe | 8GB RAM | 512GB SSD | £1,099 £799 at Very (save £300)
The ZenBook Flip is Asus’ answer to the MacBook Air and the Intel Tiger Lake CPU/Xe GPU combo that makes for a pretty powerful office notebook for the money. Admittedly, you’re not going to be gaming like a pro on that integrated graphics silicon, but it should get you running Crusader Kings 3 well enough.

Black Friday Gaming Chair deals

Noblechairs Epic | 4D armrests | 120kg | £329.99 £284.99 at Overclockers (save £45)
The snazzy, and asymmetric looking Copper Edition of this top-tier gaming chair is on offer right now. For that money you get  fantastic build quality in the form of a sturdy, understated gaming chair which we gave an… epic score of 91 in our review.

AndaSeat Fnatic Edition | 4D armrests | 150kg | £449.99 £359.99 at AndaSeat (save £90)
AndaSeat worked with Fnatic on the design of this chair, which obviously means you’ll play like a pro when you sit in it. Or maybe not. The reality is that this is a quality chair covered in scratch- and stain-resistant DuraXtra leather and featuring a sturdy aluminium base. You get an XL lumbar pillow to make sure you’re comfy too.

Corsair T3 Rush | 4D armrests | memory foam | 120kg | £249.99 £184.57 at Amazon (save £65.42)
One of our favourite gaming chairs here, and all three style options are down to the discounted price right now on Amazon. For that price, you get memory foam goodness and soft, breathable fabric for your botty.

Razer Iskur | 4D armrests | built-in lumbar support | 136kg | £349.98 £279.99 at Ebuyer (save £69.99)
A premium chair from a trusted manufacturer, what more can you ask for. With built-in lumbar support, sturdy, adjustable armrests,  and a gorgeous snakey aesthetic, it’s worth a look for that price.

Black Friday Gaming Monitor deals

Acer Predator X35 | 35-inch | 3440 x 1440p | IPS | £1,351.99 £1,117.49 at Box (save £234)
This swanky version of the Acer Predator—one of our favourite gaming monitors ever—maybe a refurb but that’s a great price. Not only do you get an extra-wide curved screen, but one that comes with a 180Hz refresh rate and G-Sync Ultra for smooth frames, too. And that’s topped with a 2ms response time, and it even sports built-in speakers.

Asus TUF Gaming VG259Q | 24.5-inch | 1080p | IPS | £249.99 £149 at Box (save £100)
Coming with adaptive sync, this 144Hz monitor hits a pretty sweet spot as far as gaming is concerned. It’s nice and cheap right now, but still delivers on the most important aspects a gaming monitor needs. That speed, and 1ms response will see you well in competitive games.

Acer Predator XB253Q | 24.5-inch | 1080p | IPS| £299 £199 at Box (save £100)
Another one for the competitive gamers out there. With a 2ms response and smooth 144Hz refresh, along with G-Sync compatibility, this is one worth checking out for those packing an Nvidia GPU. It’s a toned-down version of one of our favourite monitors ever. Oh, and it comes with built-in speakers, which is nice. 

LG 27GN800-B | 27-inch | 1440p | IPS | £519.97 £279.97 at Laptops Direct (save £240)
Given the name, Laptops Direct is probably not your first port of call for monitor deals, but this 27-inch LG is a great price right now. Even if the ‘saving’ looks a trifle generous compared to the level it’s been retailing for… But with a 144Hz refresh rate, a genuine LG IPS panel, and a 1ms response time, this will make for a great gaming monitor.

LG 27GN850 | 27-inch | 1440p | IPS | £344.99 £299.99 at Amazon (save £45)
This one comes darn close to the one at the top of our best gaming monitors list, its just the 1440p version essentially. With 144Hz refresh and a 1ms grey-to-grey response, it’s got your back in gaming. And G-Sync compatibility can mean less screen tear for those packing an Nvidia GeForce GPU as well. Nice.

ViewSonic VX2718 | 27-inch | 1440p | VA | £245 £200 at Amazon (save £44.46)
This one has some curved goodness for extra immersion, as well as a 165Hz refresh, and tasty 1ms response. All that’s topped with some nice built in speakers, and although it’s a little dim, its a great deal right now.

Black Friday SSD deals

WD_Black SN850 | 1TB | PCIe 4.0 | 7,000MB/s read | 5,300MB/s write| £153.99 £119.98 at Amazon (save £34.01)
The first-gen PCIe 4.0 drives are seeing some decent discounts now that faster drives, based on the Phison E18 controller, have been released. Just a few months ago this was the price of a 1TB PCIe 3.0 SSD, but now you can get twice the speed for the same price. Though do make sure you have a motherboard and CPU capable of running a PCIe 4.0 SSD first.

Samsung 980 | 1TB | PCIe 3.0 | 3,500MB/s read | 3,000MB/s write | £116.99 £100 at Amazon (save £16.99)
This is the benchmark for Black Friday SSD deals this year; a 1TB NVMe SSD for a cool £100. And it’s a modern drive too, offering decent performance despite its DRAM-less design. It’s worth making sure any budget drive you look at has the rated speeds that the Samsung and the WD_Black drives sport, because there are slower drives available for a similar price.

Samsung 970 EVO Plus | 2TB | PCIe 3.0 | 3,500MB/s read | 3,300MB/s write | £439.79 £164.37 at Amazon (save £275.42)
The Samsung vs. WD battle for SSD supremacy has one winner: us. The constant attempts to beat the other manufacturer has led to some outstanding drives, and the 970 EVO Plus is about as fast as PCIe 3.0 SSDs get.  And this is a great price for a speedy 2TB drive.

Samsung 870 QVO | 2TB | SATA | 560MB/s read | 530MB/s write | £185.99 £112.74 at Amazon (save £73.25)
A quick look at the read/write performance and it’s clear that SATA SSDs aren’t a patch on their PCIe-based brethren. But if you don’t have a spare socket for one on your motherboard, then that doesn’t matter a whole lot. In which case a SATA drive is a great option for offering a chunk of extra space. The 870 QVO has been cheaper, but £112 for two terabytes of SSD storage still isn’t bad.

Black Friday Gaming Headset deals

Razer BlackShark V2 X | Wired | 240g | £59.99 £35.99 at Amazon (save £24)
This esports-focused version of the BlackShark V2 gaming headset comes with a fixed mic and weighs less. But it uses the same impressive Triforce drivers which make the standard BlackShark V2 sound so good.

Razer Nari Ultimate | Wireless | 432g | £199.99 £79.99 at Amazon (save £120)
I’ll be honest, the haptic audio feedback built into the Nari does not float my boat, but that doesn’t mean this isn’t still a quality wireless gaming headset. And given that the wireless premium usually pushes headset prices well over £100, that makes the Nari Ultimate great value right now.

HyperX Cloud Alpha | Wired | 336g | £89.99 £44.99 at Amazon (save £45)
The venerable Cloud Alpha may be getting on a bit now, but that doesn’t stop it from being one of the best, and best-sounding gaming headsets of all time. The smart driver design has been recently aped by Razer’s impressive BlackShark V2 range, and sounds as close as you can get to an expansive open back design in noise-isolating closed back headset.

SteelSeries Arctis Pro | Wired | 426g | £179.99 £132.95 at Amazon (save £47)
The outstanding Arctis Pro briefly dropped lower than this, but this is still a solid deal on a set of seriously hi-res gaming headphones. The 10–40,000Hz response of these cans makes them ultra-clear for gaming, and deliver great depth for music too.

Razer BlackShark V2 | Wired | 262g | £99.99 £54.99 at Amazon (save £45)
This is one of our favourite gaming headsets with a pretty nifty discount. It may not have the freedom of a wireless headset but these are comfy, premium cans at a great price. And the sound will not disappoint, especially at that price.

Black Friday TV deals

LG OLED55C16LA | 55-inch | OLED | 4K | £1,699 £1,199 at Box (save £500)
Not a terrible deal here with this 2021 model OLED LG TV. OLED tech gives you stark contrasting blacks and, gaming-wise, the 120Hz refresh rate is great. Support for HDMI 2.1 means you can plug your consoles into it as well as your PC. It’s also G-Sync compatible and has a 40W built-in speaker, to boot.

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What deals can I expect on Black Friday 2021?

Obviously, Black Friday deals on graphics cards are off the table for another year. I mean, being able to buy one for anything near MSRP would be a start. But you will be able to find the latest GPU silicon in either a pre-built gaming PC or a new gaming laptop, and a few deals have already started to appear on that front. Intel has just released Alder Lake CPUs too, which should mean price cuts on 11th-Gen PCs too.

Along with the news that there will be new Ryzen CPUs early next year, last-gen Intel and AMD processors could be cheaper too, in order to clear older stock from the inventory of retailers. With an imminent price correction on memory expected soon, we might see some other component deals, as well. 

The arrival of DDR5 might also make DDR4 kits more affordable, and there seems to have been a glut of great SSDs deals. 

Screens are another regularly discounted commodity around Black Friday, and we doubt this year will be any different. This means both the best gaming monitors and the best TVs for gaming could get some tasty deals, too.

And there will always be gaming mice and keyboards on sale come Black Friday too, so they’re worth taking a look at. It’s a great time of year to treat your butt to a quality gaming chair as well, which tend to enjoy some healthy price cuts this time of year.

What should I avoid buying on Black Friday 2021?

Anything you don’t need. It’s distressingly easy to be duped into dropping cash on something just because there’s a hefty discount attached to it… even though you have absolutely no use for it. 

If you’re considering making a purchase around Black Friday, have a plan of attack. That probably sounds needlessly aggressive, but you need to know what you actually want to buy first or you’ll end up with no end of crap. Cheap crap, maybe, but crap nonetheless. 

Do some research on the products you’d like to pick up in the sales (we offer detailed hardware buying guides), and maybe some alternatives in case those don’t pop up. Set yourself a strict budget too. 

Products like graphics cards and processors have obvious tiers (though the different companies work damned hard to make product names as confusing as possible), and SSDs have rated speeds, but for peripherals, it’s tougher to tell from the specs whether they’re worth the money. Checking for reviews, from such luminaries as ourselves, should guide you on your way, and checking price trackers such as CamelCamelCamel will let you know if a deal’s more than just skin deep.

Are there any Black Friday tips and tricks?

If you haven’t already used it up during a credit card splurge around Amazon Prime Day, then you ought to take the opportunity to sign up for a free 30-day trial of Amazon Prime. That will get you early access to the Lightning Deals, and help you grab some of Jeff’s best deals of the day. It will also net you free shipping on a host of products and speedy delivery too, and at the very worst it’ll be handy when it comes to bagging some last-minute Christmas gifts for that aunt you always forget about.

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