Score a cheap gaming mouse with Razer’s pre-Cyber Monday sale
Up your game with deep discounts on Razer's high-end gaming mice.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday might be a bigger deal in the US than here in Australia, but we Aussies still benefit from a bunch of discounts across online retailers like Amazon, Microsoft Store and Razer. In fact, the latter has decided to kick the bargain bonanza off early this year with a Cyber Weekend preview sale on its popular gaming mice and mousepads.
The Aussie Razer site isn't yet showing the deals, but enter the promo code "VIP17" at checkout and you'll get the same discount as the American site currently shows. To make it easier, we've rounded up the best mice and mousepads on sale in the table below, with the reduced prices listed in AUD. You also get free shipping on any orders over $89, with regular shipping clocking in at a hefty $25 otherwise.
Don't forget to enter promo code VIP17 to get the discounted price!
|Product||Regular price||Discounted price||Buy it|
|Razer Goliathus Control (mousepad)||$24.95||$19.96||Go to site|
|Razer Goliathus Speed (mousepad)||$24.95||$19.96||Go to site|
|Razer Naga Hex V2||$139.95||$64.95||Go to site|
|Razer Naga Chroma||$139.95||$64.95||Go to site|
|Razer Deathadder Elite||$119.95||$89.95||Go to site|
|Razer Mamba||$259.95||$174.95||Go to site|
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