When is the next Steam Sale? Autumn and Winter Sale 2017 Dates Revealed
Taking place regularly throughout the year, Steam Sales offer some of the year’s absolute best PC gaming deals. The Halloween Sale might be over, but we’ve still got two Steam Sales to look forward to in 2017 – the Autumn Sale (aka Black Friday Sale) and Winter Sale (better known as the Christmas Sale).
The amount of money you can save is off the charts, so read on for full details of the remaining Steam Sales this year.
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Why not pick up some top-notch PC peripherals and components in preparation for the next Steam Sale? Here are a few of our Black Friday faves:
- Save £21 on Corsair Scimitar Pro mouse at Overclockers UK, now £57.95
- Save £50 on Asus ROG Claymore keyboard at Overclockers UK, now £149.99
- MasterKeys S PBT Cherry MX Brown at Overclockers UK: £50, saving £30
- Asus GTX 1060, now just £185 (save £47) on Amazon
- Gigabyte GTX 1060, now just £185 (save £45) on Amazon
When is the next Steam Sale? Steam Black Friday Sale 2017 Dates
The dates for the upcoming Steam Sales were revealed in a report by Kotaku UK, confirming that we’ll see two more before 2017 comes to a close.
- Steam Autumn Sale: November 22, 2017 – November 28, 2017
- Steam Winter Sale: December 21, 2017 – January 27, 2018
The Steam Autumn Sale is now live and is absolutely packed with excellent deals! We’ve compiled some of our favourites below:
- Wolfenstein: The New Colossus – £19.99
- The Evil Within 2 – £19.99
- Planet Coaster – £13.49
- Elite Dangerous – £8.99
- Sniper Elite 4 – £13.59
- NieR: Automata: £23.99
- Civilization VI – £24.99
- Grand Theft Auto V – £19.99
- The Witcher 3: GOTY Edition – £13.99
- Just Cause 3 – £4.49
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That means the next chance you have to get your hands on some hugely discounted video games is November 22. Deals usually begin to go live at around 6PM GMT, so keep an eye out on the day.
Black Friday Deals
As noted above, Valve hasn’t officially confirmed the above dates, but they do fall in line with the expectant times found in previous years. We’ll be sure to update you once things are confirmed.
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