Black Friday PC gaming deals are among the most popular deals during the biggest sale event of the year. But, this year, you won't just find all the top brands entering the fray. You'll also find many of the current-year releases getting their share of discounts.
Many gaming Black Friday deals are live now, with a handful of hard-to-resist sales that will entice PC gamers looking to upgrade their gear. The Razer BlackShark V2 Pro, one of the best PC gaming headsets, is now only $99.99 at Amazon – that's a record-low price. Meanwhile, the Roccat Kone Pro is 50% off and also at its lowest price ever. If you want gaming furniture, the 2020 Secretlab TITAN knocks $250 off its list price if you get the Napa leather in Black.
We’re keeping track of all the Black Friday PC gaming deals as they go live, and there's a lot of them from top brands like Razer, Corsair, and SteelSeries to cult favorites like Drop. So, if you're hoping to upgrade your PC gaming setup or gift the gamer in your life one of the best PC gaming headsets or the best gaming keyboards, now's the absolute time to do it.
The best Black Friday PC gaming deals
Black Friday gaming headset deals
Razer BlackShark V2 Pro Gaming Headset: was
$179.99 now $99.99 at Amazon
Our 4.5-star review of this wireless headset stems from the fact that it’s a great sounding one with stellar build quality and a decently long battery life. It’s typically priced for the upper mid-range market, but, with a 44% discount for Black Friday, this headset is much more affordable. In absolute numbers, that’s a price drop of $80.
Fnatic React Gaming Headset: was
$79.99 now $49.49 at Fnatic.com
The Fnatic React, a stripped down version of the React+ that we gave 4 and a half stars in our review, is an ideal headset for competitive gamers on a budget thanks to its clear and precise audio as well as a mic that will have all your taunts come through loud and clear. And, while it was already a great budget option, the React is now 38% off.
Fnatic REACT+ Gaming Headset:
was $99.99, now $59.99 at Fnatic
We gave a 4.5 out of 5 review for the Fnatic REACT+ for its clear and detailed sound, great mic, and ability to use with just about anything. Plus, it’s pretty affordable. Even better, it’s getting a $40 discount for the holidays so you can get an excellent gaming headset with a built-in 7.1 sound card for just $60.
SteelSeries Arctis Prime Competitive Gaming Headset: was
$99.99 now $64.00 at Amazon
While the SteelSeries Arctis Prime has seen some relatively recent deals that are even lower than the current one, paying less than $65 for a solid sounding gaming headset is a steal. As we mentioned in our review, it not only brings that stellar SteelSeries sound to the budget realm but offers plenty of comfort and passive noise cancellation.
Roccat Syn Max Air Gaming Headset: was
$249.99 now $199.99 at Amazon
We gave this wireless gaming headset a 4 out of 5 in our review for its balanced sound, comfortable fit, and included charging dock. And, like many pricier peripherals we’ve tested, it was mainly held back by its price. Well, it’s now receiving its first major discount at Amazon to the tune of $50 or 20%, making this an easy recommendation.
SteelSeries Arctis 1:
was $99.99, now $74.76 at Amazon
We enjoyed the Arctis 1 for its excellent sound quality, long battery life, and ease of use when we gave it a 4-star review. So, if you’re looking for a wallet-friendly gaming headset that punches above its weight, then consider this one, especially as it’s getting 25% knocked off its price for Black Friday.
SteelSeries Arctis Pro + GameDAC:
was $249.99, now $173.99 at Amazon
When we gave this SteelSeries headset a 4.5 out of 5 review, we said it had “audiophile sound in a gamer’s headset.” Not only does it sound stellar and come with a dedicated DAC, it’s got an ergonomic design that will have you listening on it for hours. The Arctis Pro is getting discounted 30% to its lowest price since 2019.
Corsair HS65 Surround Carbon Headset:was
$79.99, now $49.99 at Corsair
When we gave the Corsair HS65 a 4.5 out of 5 review, it was for its great virtual surround sound, comfortable fit, and fantastic mic, not to mention very reasonable price tag. That price tag is getting even more reasonable now as it’s $30 cheaper for Black Friday.
Black Friday gaming mouse deals
Razer Viper V2 Pro Gaming Mouse: was
$149.99 now $128.99 at Amazon
While the Razer Viper V2 Pro received a slightly bigger discount back in August, the 14% price drop it’s getting for Black Friday is still sizable. After all, this is a premium gaming mouse, rated 4.5 out of 5 on Amazon, with an insanely high 30K DPI, a very low weight of 58 grams, and a battery life that can reach up to 80 hours of use.
Roccat Kone Pro Gaming Mouse: was
$79.99 now $39.99 at Amazon
Thanks to its light weight, esports-level performance, and customizability, not to mention that unique honeycombed RGB lighting, we rated the Kone Pro a 4 out of 5 when we reviewed it. It’s looking even better now that it’s 50% off, dropping this powerful mid-tier mouse into the budget price range. That's the lowest price we've seen on it.
Cooler Master MM711 gaming mouse: was
$52.99 now $19.00 at Amazon
The Cooler Master MM711 is receiving the biggest discount it’s ever gotten on Amazon, dropping 64% in price to $19. That’s bottom-of-the-barrel pricing for a gaming mouse with a 4.6 out of 5 rating on Amazon. After all, this might be a wired model but it’s less than 60 grams and has a DPI of up to 16K.
SteelSeries Rival 3 Gaming Mouse: was
$29.99 now $20.99 at Amazon
When we reviewed the Rival 3, we had already found it to be an excellent value proposition. Sure, it’s a bit light on features and a little on the small side but it’s light, comfortable to use and fast enough for most gaming. And, for Black Friday, it’s an even better value thanks to its 30% discount.
Logitech G502 Wireless Gaming Mouse: was
$149.99 now $89.99 at Amazon
Getting 40% off a flagship level (and flagship-priced) gaming mouse is a big deal. It’s an even bigger deal with the G502 which is seeing its lowest price ever, only matched for a short time last July. With a 4 out of 5-star review, it has a lot to offer, namely superb performance with up to a 25K DPI, adjustable weights, and customizable RGB lighting indicating which DPI setting the mouse is on.
Corsair Scimitar Elite Mouse:
was $79.99, now $49.99 at Amazon
With its overwhelming offering of remappable buttons, the Scimitar Elite is ideal for anyone that needs a lot of shortcuts at hand, whether it’s for MMO games or content creation. And, as we pointed out in our 4-star review, it’s also solidly constructed. And, though it got a similar discount back in September, this $30 price cut is still the best price on this fully featured mouse.
SteelSeries Aerox 5:
was $79.99, now $47.99 at Amazon
Very few mice get a 4.5 out of 5 review from us like the SteelSeries Aerox 5. It’s extremely customizable, has solid battery life, and brings the kind of performance to keep up with even the most competitive gamer. For Black Friday, it’s getting a 40% discount. That’s $32 in savings.
Fnatic BOLT Gaming Mouse:was
$89.99, now $67.49 at Fnatic
If you’re serious about gaming, you need a mouse that’s just as serious. Consider the Fnatic Bolt, which weighs just 69 grams, is equipped with a PixArt 3370 sensor and has Kailh GM 8.0 mechanical switches. For the holidays, you won’t have to spend quite as much for this mouse, as it’s getting 25% off its price.
Black Friday gaming keyboard deals
Logitech G915 Wireless Mechanical Gaming Keyboard: was
$249.99 now $179.99 at Amazon
With a 4.6 out of 5 rating, the G915 is certainly a powerhouse. Not only does it have wireless functionality and next-gen RGB capability, but it can last 30 hours on a single charge. Plus, its low-profile mechanical switches offer a blazing fast typing experience. And, while it’s available with three different types of switches, the clicky configuration is the one enjoying the biggest price cut, specifically 28% off.
Cooler Master SK622 Wireless 60% Mechanical Keyboard: was
$124.99 now $62.99 at Amazon
When we reviewed the Cooler Master SK622, we were impressed by how feature-rich it is, not to mention its slim profile and out-sized performance. What’s more impressive is that the gunmetal colorway with red switch configuration is getting its first real sale, 50% off to be exact, this holiday shopping season.
Corsair K70 Pro Mini Wireless Keyboard:was
$179.99, now $119.99 at Corsair
Corsair’s K70 Pro Mini is a powerhouse in a tiny package. It might have 60% form factor for that throw-in-the-bag portability but it also sports Cherry MX mechanical switches which are hot-swappable and an 8,000Hz polling rate when plugged in and a 2,000Hz polling rate when connected wirelessly. For Black Friday, things get even better as it’s been discounted $60.
Fnatic STREAK65 Keyboard:was
$109.99, now $66.49 at Fnatic
This diminutive gaming keyboard with its 65% form factor is the perfect option for a competitive gamer who needs something that’s ultra-portable. Along with its small form factor and low-profile design, it uses incredibly fast linear switches for lightning quick performance. The best part is that it’s 40% off for the holidays so you can get an esports-ready small keyboard for just $66.49.
Razer Huntsman Mini (Red Switch) Gaming Keyboard:was
£129.99 now £58.99 at Amazon
The Razer Huntsman Mini is incredibly portable, very adorable, and has excellent optical switches, as we stated in our 4.5 out of 5-star review. And, now this diminutive little monster of a keyboard is getting a holiday sale in the form of 55% off the sticker price, its best discount since early September.
RK Royal Kludge H81 Mechanical Keyboard: was
$89.98 now $62.99 at Amazon
From the H81’s long battery life and multiple types of connectivity to its satisfying and cushioned typing experience, this keyboard rightly enjoys a 4.4 out of 5 rating on Amazon. And, though it already comes with a reasonably affordable price for a mechanical keyboard, it’s 30% cheaper for Black Friday. That’s a savings of $26.99.
Black Friday gaming chair deals
Secretlab TITAN 2020 Gaming Chair NAPA leather: was
$999 now $749 at Secretlab.co
Its sturdy construction and premium materials are just some of the reasons we gave the Secretlab Titan 2020 gaming chair a 4.5 out of 5 review. We also appreciated its high level of comfort and the fact that it can accommodate larger gamers. In fact, our main complaint is the price, something that’s exacerbated if you get it in leather. However, the leather version of this chair is seeing the biggest Black Friday discount among Secretlab’s lineup to the tune of $250.
Branch Verve Chair: was
$549 now $466.65 at branchfurniture.com
If our five-star review is anything to go by, we think this chair is just about perfect. It’s very comfortable, smartly designed, and fits small users very well. And, while taller people, think 6’5” and over, might want to look elsewhere, this mid-priced chair might be the perfect holiday addition to that home office, especially since it’s 15% off with the coupon code BFCM.
Vertagear PL4800 Ergonomic Big & Tall Gaming Chair:
was $579.99, now $509.99 at Amazon with coupon
This mid-tier gaming chair from Vertagear is getting just a little more affordable for the holidays as it’s getting a $70 discount when you check the apply coupon box on its Amazon retail page. It’s an easy chair to assemble, it’s comfortable, and is perfect for those that are a little on the taller side.
X-Chair X2 K-Sport Mesh Management Chair:
was $1,069.99, now $894.99 at X-Chair
This gaming chair has gotten its 4.5 out of 5 rating in our review for a few reasons. To start, it comes with excellent lumbar support. It’s also easy to clean and has plenty of customization and upgrade options. We particularly like the heat and massage upgrade, which is incidentally a free upgrade for the holidays. Also of note is its overall discount as this is getting $175 knocked off its retail price so you can spend less than $1,000 for a premium chair like this.
Mavix M5 Gaming Chair:
was $619 .99, now $455.55 at Mavix
You no longer have to spend over $600 for this stellar gaming chair. For Black Friday, it’s getting discounted 26%. That’s almost $170 off, which is quite impressive for a chair that’s rated 4.8 out of 5 on the site. And, this isn’t just any gaming chair. It has dynamic lumbar support that automatically adjusts to support your back, the ability to lock in the recline at any angle, and Mavix’s own comfortable and supportive mesh material.
Herman Miller Embody Gaming Chair:
was $1,795.00, now $1,346.25 at Herman Miller
We were blown away by the Herman Miller Embody when we reviewed it. Very few chairs score a 4.5 out of 5 for us. And, this one did for its incredible comfort, stunning design, and the fact that it arrived with no setup necessary. It’s biggest flaw, as with most Herman Miller chairs, is that shocking price. Luckily, this $1800 chair is getting 25% off for the holidays so you can put $449 back in your wallet.
More US Black Friday deals
- Amazon: 50% off AirPods, vacuums, air fryers, toys, and OLED TVs
- Best Buy: Black Friday prices on TVs, laptops, appliances, and more
- Cheap TVs: smart TVs starting at $89.99 from Best Buy
- Christmas Pajamas: family pajamas starting at $14.99
- Dell: laptop deals from $299.99
- Gifts ideas: 40% off holiday gifts for the family from Amazon
- Halloween: costumes, decor, and candy starting at $5 at Walmart
- Overstock: 70% off holiday decor, rugs, furniture, and Christmas trees
- Nectar: save up to $200 on mattresses, plus $499 in free gifts
- Samsung: up to $2,500 TVs, major appliances, and smartwatches
- Target: Black Friday deals on coffee makers, the Apple Watch, TVs, and more
- Toys: up to 50% off best-selling toys at Amazon