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Cheap gaming mouse deals under $50 - save up to 60% for Prime Day

Cheap gaming mouse deals under $50 - save up to 60% for Prime Day
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If you're looking for a cheap gaming mouse this Amazon Prime Day, you've struck lucky. There are a ton of deals on right now in honor of the sales event, and you know the best thing? The mice themselves don't suck. In fact, many are downright great.

Look, I appreciate every entry we have on the best gaming mouse. I've gone hands-on with and reviewed most of them. But they're also expensive. As such, these cheap gaming mouse deals for Prime Day are rather eye-catching. They bring the overall cost well below $50 in most cases, and that's much more palatable than usual.

One of the best offers right now would have to be the 50% discount you're getting on the Logitech G502 HERO. This one has a constant presence on best-of lists, and the fact that it's dropped down to $39.99 (£26.99 in the UK) is absurdly good value.

Likewise, the revamped DeathAdder V2 - an update on a beloved gaming mouse - has also received a discount. This one's tumbled in cost by more than 35%, bringing it down to $44.99 in the US and £40 in the UK.

Want something so cheap it's almost offensive, on the other hand? Try the Viper Mini. This mouse from Razer is now just $24.99 at Amazon US and £27.99 with Amazon UK. It's a great piece of kit in terms of responsiveness, comfort, and reliability, so that's not an opportunity to miss.

For more good offers, check out the deals below - they'll go very nicely with any Prime Day laptop deals you might pick up.

Cheap gaming mice under $50

Want more discounts? Be sure to drop in on our guide to the best Prime Day TV deals and Prime Day PS5 deals. If you'd prefer something for games night, on the other hand, don't forget about the Prime Day board game deals.

Benjamin Abbott

As one of the site's Hardware Editors, you'll find my grubby paws on everything from board game reviews to Lego buying guides. I've been writing about games in one form or another for almost a decade (with bylines ranging from and PC Gamer to TechRadar), and have worked at GamesRadar+ since 2018. I can normally be found cackling over some evil plan I've cooked up for my group's next Dungeons & Dragons campaign.