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Save big on Razer keyboards with these Amazon Prime Day deals

Save big on Razer keyboards with these Amazon Prime Day deals
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If you're after a new PC gaming peripheral today, then a cheap Razer keyboard is a great opportunity to do so on a pretty premium level - but without the premium price tag this time around. Razer's planks are some of the best gaming keyboards going and have proven themselves to be some of the best keyboards for working from home too this year, so it's good news that you can get one cheap in 2020's Amazon Prime Day gaming deals.

The options are three-fold in these Amazon Prime Day deals, and you can check these bargains out in the selection below.

First up, the BlackWidow Elite keyboard which I use daily for work and play is on offer for an absolute bargain of £75.99. This is an amazing price for such a high-quality bit of kit offering all the features that a premium mechanical keyboard should: a USB passthrough, audio, and media controls to name but two of them. 

Away from the regular-sized planks, the Hunstman Tournament Edition is down to £88.99 as well. This is a small keyboard that ditches the numpad, and is perfect for folks who neatly balance work and play space, or small setups at home, or those who like to take their kit with them.

If you are on a budget and want to dip your toe into the world of dedicated gaming keyboards and Razer gear, on the other hand, then the Razer Cynosa Lite membrane keyboard is the perfect place to start with its price at an impulse purchase-worthy £28.99.

Cheap Razer keyboard deals

Want something to go with your fancy new keyboard? Be sure to check out our guide to the best gaming mouse (or the best wireless gaming mouse) for suggestions.


For more Razer gear and advice, check out our guides to Razer streaming and Razer laptops.

Rob Dwiar

I'm one of the Hardware Editors for GamesRadar+, and I take care of a whole host of gaming tech reviews, buying guides, and news and deals content that pops up across GamesRadar+. I'm also a qualified landscape and garden designer so do that in my spare time, and lean on it to write about games' landscapes and environments too.