These Razer deals can save you up to 50% on quality game accessories and peripherals

If you’ve been looking to kit out your setup then these exclusive Razer deals could well be for you. By using the code FUTUREAFF, you can get up to 50% off (opens in new tab) a range of Razer peripherals and accessories. 

The fan-favourite Kraken headset can be had for just $60 instead of $80 (opens in new tab), for example, while those looking for a gaming mouse can get a Razer Viper for 20% off (opens in new tab). Deals reach far into Razer’s peripheral catalogue and there’s a good chance that if you’ve been looking for any gaming accessory or peripheral it is right here – and available for less with this code.

Of course, we know what time of year it is, and some of these products, and more, from the gaming hardware behemoth, will feature in next month’s Black Friday gaming laptop deals and Black Friday gaming headset deals, these offerings today are genuinely tempting and can mean you get a good price while avoiding the madness of the sales season. Plus it means you can just get what you want now and have peace of mind that you’re not going to miss out due to stock shortages or shipping delays. As a result, we’d encourage you to have a look at the deals now (opens in new tab), and we’ve also selected a few choice offerings below for closer inspection.

Today’s best Razer deals

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Razer Kraken | $80 $60 at Razer (opens in new tab)
Get this price by inserting code FUTUREAFF at checkout.
A timeless classic, a no-nonsense, proper gaming headset that’ll work with anything (basically). The famous Kraken is great for basically any use, giving you great audio whatever you’re playing on – as long as it has a 3.5mm jack. 

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Razer Thresher 7.1 | PS4 & PC | $150 $112.50 at Razer (opens in new tab)
Get this price by inserting code FUTUREAFF at checkout.
I will never miss an opportunity to highlight a deal on this headset: this is my go-to PS4 headset and it is a blinding one. Seriously good. For folks who haven’t yet been able to get a PS5, this is a perfect headset for you. It’s a slightly older model now too so it’s likely the best PS4 headset you can buy while it’s available…

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Razer Viper Ultimate mouse | $150 $120 at Razer (opens in new tab)
Get this price by inserting code FUTUREAFF at checkout.
A super speedy, quality wireless gaming mouse if ever there was one. Get one of the very best mice – complete with an ambidextrous design to please allcomers – for less right now at Razer.

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Razer Huntsman Elite | $200 $150 at Razer (opens in new tab)
Get this price by inserting code FUTUREAFF at checkout.
Fast becoming Razer’s leading line of keyboards, the Huntsman Elite is an exquisite plank whatever you use it for – gaming, work, or both. And with a whole quarter off its list price, this is a great time to pick up one of the best in the business.

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Razer makes some of our favourite gaming gear. Whether you get a Razer headset, Razer mouse, Razer keyboard, or Razer laptop, you’ll always get quality, slick and chic design, and uncompromising performance. There are enough individual peripherals on offer today to get a setup all fully kitted out, so don’t hesitate!

If you want to see how these accessories stack up against the competition, don’t forget to check out our guide to the best gaming mouse, best gaming keyboard, and best gaming headsets.

And remember, it’s that time of year again soon: the Black Friday gaming keyboard deals will be here soon, along with the Black Friday PS5 headset deals so there’s going to be a huge amount to bone up on before it all kicks off.

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