Gaming on a budget? These are my favorite Black Friday gaming accessory deals from just $9.59

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If you're a PC gamer on a tight budget, you don't have to miss out on upgrading your setup thanks to these ultra-cheap Black Friday PC peripheral deals.

Picking up a new keyboard, mouse, game pad, or headset can make a big difference to your games without spending megabucks.

So, if you've been eyeing up Black Friday deals but are frustrated that they are out of your price range, check out the deals I've picked below. As a tech reviewer and PC  gamer, I know what makes a great - and affordable - gaming peripheral. If you have a bit more budget, make sure you check out our roundup of the best gaming laptop Black Friday deals.

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Today's best gaming peripheral deals

Felicon wireless gaming mouse: $11.99 $9.59 at Amazon

Felicon wireless gaming mouse: was $11.99 now $9.59 at Amazon
This bright and colorful gaming mouse is less than $10 - and for the price, it's got some decent specifications. There's obligatory RGB lighting, three levels of DPI responsiveness and it's wireless as well. The makers claim up to 30 hours of battery life - and that goes up to 50 if you turn the lights off.

Emonoo Newest Pink Gaming Headset: $16.99 $14.44 at Amazon

Emonoo Newest Pink Gaming Headset: was $16.99 now $14.44 at Amazon
Give your streams a bit of personality with this cheap headset. Similarities to the far more expensive Razer Kraken Kitty are highly likely to be intentional, and you won't get the sound or build quality of Razer, but for kids or gamers on a budget, this isn't bad at all.

EVGA X20: $69.99 $17.99 at Amazon

EVGA X20: was $69.99 now $17.99 at Amazon
This gaming mouse has had a big price cut, making it a truly excellent budget gaming mouse. The EVGA X20 has  10 buttons, triple sensors, 5 customizable profiles, and 3 zone RGB lighting. It's not the most ergonomic of mice, but you can't argue with the features on offer here for this price.

HyperX Cloud Stinger: $49.99 $19.88 at Walmart

HyperX Cloud Stinger: was $49.99 now $19.88 at Walmart
This older model of the Cloud Stinger gets a big $30 discount for Black Friday. With memory foam ear cushions, a swivel-to-mute noise canceling microphone, and 50mm directional drivers, this combines excellent performance and sound quality for a lot less than many of its competitors.

Roccat Magma: $49.99 $29.99 at Amazon

Roccat Magma: was $49.99 $29.99 at Amazon
Investing in a good gaming keyboard is one of the best upgrades you can make as a PC gamer, and this is a great choice. It's not a mechanical keyboard, but its membrane switches are quiet yet dependable, and it offers a full-size typing experience, plenty of customization options, and an eye-catching, vibrant, design. All for less than $30!

RAZER Seiren Mini $49.99$34.99 at Newegg

RAZER Seiren Mini was $49.99 now $34.99 at Newegg
Razer is a great brand for PC gamers, but it's often quite expensive. However, for Black Friday, you can grab this cute little microphone that punches above its weight when it comes to audio quality for the price. This is a great, affordable, upgrade for streamers and competitive players.

Xbox Core Wireless Controller: $64.99 $44.99 at Amazon

Xbox Core Wireless Controller: was $64.99 now $44.99 at Amazon
Microsoft's Xbox controller is one of the best gamepads you can plug into your PC, especially with this Black Friday deal. We personally love the bright pink color scheme of this controller, but there are other colors also available if you want something a bit more... subtle.

Samsung T7 Shield: $159.99 $79.99 at Amazon

Samsung T7 Shield: was $159.99 now $79.99 at Amazon
Samsung's excellent external SSD is now just $80 for a huge 1TB of storage. Fast data transfer speeds mean this is excellent for moving around large files, and at a push, you could also run games off it. While we still recommend running games from an internal SSD, it's at least an option if your gaming laptop or PC is running low on space.

These cheap deals show that you can overhaul your gaming setup for not much money at all on Black Friday, and if you don't mind a few compromises, these budget picks are well worth checking out.

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Matt Hanson
Managing Editor, Core Tech

Matt is TechRadar's Managing Editor for Core Tech, looking after computing and mobile technology. Having written for a number of publications such as PC Plus, PC Format, T3 and Linux Format, there's no aspect of technology that Matt isn't passionate about, especially computing and PC gaming. Ever since he got an Amiga A500+ for Christmas in 1991, he's loved using (and playing on) computers, and will talk endlessly about how The Secret of Monkey Island is the best game ever made.