Black Friday gaming keyboard and mouse deals 2023: the best deals on everything clicky

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Black Friday keyboard and mouse deals

Black Friday has finished now but the Cyber Monday deals are well underway, so check out our Cyber Monday keyboard and mouse deal page for all the latest discounts as and when we find them.

A good set of peripherals can make the difference between a fantastic PC experience and a miserable one. These are the devices that bridge the gap between you and your machine, and treating yourself to a new keyboard or mouse can transform your everyday experience.

Black Friday is the ideal time to get on the hunt for gaming keyboard and mouse deals, and really upgrade your setup. Clickety clackety keyboards, smooth and responsive mice, these are the things that can really elevate every interaction you have with your machine, from daily productivity all the way through to your favourite games.

Even though Black Friday itself has passed, the best discounts on all things peripheral have not—making it a great time to think about pushing the button on that new mouse or keyboard purchase.

Whether your preference is for clicky Cherry switches, many-buttoned mice, or simply something more functional to make your user experience more serene, you'll be able to find great discounts all the way through Black Friday weekend. Before we get to the deals though, let us give you some quick advice on things to look out for.

Mechanical keyboards will always be a good recommendation, as they can make your day-to-day typing experience transform from the mundane to the sublime and tend to be immensely reliable to boot. Fast and accurate gaming mice can make the difference between a high-score and a rage quit, so look out for our recommendations on all the best performing models.

Extra functionality is a plus for many gamers, so we'll also be on the lookout for extra buttons, toggles and switches so you can customise your inputs to your heart's content. From the simple purity of three buttons and a scroll wheel all the way through to more switches than you can shake a stick at, we'll be finding the best deals on them all.

We test and play with the latest and greatest mice and keyboards all year long, so we know what to look for when we see something fantastic at a great price. We'll be finding the best discounts on the best products and posting them here on the regular, so make sure to keep checking in for the latest deals as and when we find them.

Black Friday gaming keyboard and mouse deals — US quick links

Black Friday gaming keyboard deals

Roccat Magma | Full-size | Silent Membrane Switches | LED RGB Top Plate | $49.99 $29.99 at Amazon (save $20)

Roccat Magma | Full-size | Silent Membrane Switches | LED RGB Top Plate | $49.99 $29.99 at Amazon (save $20)
While we're big fans of mechanical keyboards, it must be said that a lot of people cant stand the clicky clacky and would much prefer something quieter instead. Enter, the Roccat Magma (read our review), with its whisper quiet membrane switches, full sized layout, and detachable palm rest. The aesthetics here fall firmly into "love it or hate it" territory, but this is a quality keyboard with great customisation options and solid features. A great price for a great brand.

Redragon K552 | Tenkeyless | Mechanical Outemu Red Switches | User-defined RGB lighting | $69.99 $43.99 at Best Buy (save $26)

Redragon K552 | Tenkeyless | Mechanical Outemu Red Switches | User-defined RGB lighting | $69.99 $43.99 at Best Buy (save $26)
Good mechanical keyboards don't traditionally come cheap, but this Redragon K552 is here to buck the trend. This model features good quality Outemu red switches, customisable 87 key RGB lighting and a durable metal and ABS construction. There's also anti-ghosting, splash resistance and a gold plated USB connector, making this little marvel a hell of a lot of keyboard for not a lot of money.

Logitech G413 TKL SE | Tenkeyless | Mechanical  Switches | White LED lighting | $69.99 $44.27 at Amazon (save $25.72)

Logitech G413 TKL SE | Tenkeyless | Mechanical  Switches | White LED lighting | $69.99 $44.27 at Amazon (save $25.72)
Logitech keyboards are some of the best in the business, but they often come with a bit of a premium, particularly the mechanical ones. Not so here, and this little tenkeyless board has all the build quality and robustness you'd expect from a high-end product, what with that durable aluminium-magnesium frame and Logitech's own tactile mechanical switches. Shame it's only got white LED lighting, but otherwise this is a solid mechanical board from a well-known brand.

Price check: Logitech $49.99

Roccat Pyro | Full-size | Mechanical switch (linear) | AIMO RGB lighting | $79.95 $49.99 at Walmart (save $29.96)

Roccat Pyro | Full-size | Mechanical switch (linear) | AIMO RGB lighting | $79.95 $49.99 at Walmart (save $29.96)
This full sized Roccat Pyro is certainly a good looking keyboard, with a moody dark aesthetic and more nuanced RBG lighting than some of Roccat's other products. It comes with a detachable palm rest, red mechanical linear switches and Roccat's easy-shift technology, which allows you to assign extra functions to the WASD keys with an extra button press. A very handsome and well-featured beast this, and great value at this price.

SteelSeries Apex 5 Hybrid | Full Size | Mechanical | Per-key RGB lighting | $99.99 $63.99 at Amazon (save $36)

SteelSeries Apex 5 Hybrid | Full Size | Mechanical | Per-key RGB lighting | $99.99 $63.99 at Amazon (save $36)
SteelSeries has a reputation for quality peripherals, and this Apex 5 Hybrid is no exception. With a sturdy aluminium frame, per-key RGB illumination, and an customisable OLED smart display this feature packed mechanical keyboard certainly looks the part and feels like it too. A big slab of mechanical goodness at an excellent price.

Razer Huntsman Mini | Tenkeyless | Razer opto-mechanical switch (linear) | Chroma RGB lighting | $119.99 $69.99 at Amazon (save $50)

Razer Huntsman Mini | Tenkeyless | Razer opto-mechanical switch (linear) | Chroma RGB lighting | $119.99 $69.99 at Amazon (save $50)
A teeny-tiny keyboard this, but with some seriously impressive credentials. You can customise the lighting to your hearts content with Razer's Chroma RGB lighting, but the headline feature here is the inclusion of optical mechanical switches, with key presses registered at the speed of light. It's also got oil-resistant PBT keypads and Razer Hypershift for all your favourite macros. A lot of cool features in a small-yet-premium feeling package, now at a great price. 

Corsair K70 Core RGB | Mechanical MLX Red switches | Media controls | Per-key lighting | $99.99 $69.99 at Best Buy (save $30)

Corsair K70 Core RGB | Mechanical MLX Red switches | Media controls | Per-key lighting | $99.99 $69.99 at Best Buy (save $30)
Mechanical keyboards can be very expensive, especially Corsair ones, but thankfully the Core lineup is here to save some pennies. This may not have all the flair of the K70 Max, but it's a robust, responsive mechanical keyboard for a decent price tag. The inclusion of media controls just make it that much better for the money.

Price check: Amazon $99.99

Razer BlackWidow V3 | Full Size |Yellow mechanical switches | Chroma RGB lighting | $139.99$74.99 at Best Buy (save $65)

Razer BlackWidow V3 | Full Size | Yellow mechanical switches | Chroma RGB lighting | $139.99 $74.99 at Best Buy (save $65)
The Razer BlackWidow V3 is a firm favourite among gamers, and it's not difficult to see why. With thicker doubleshot ABS keycaps built to withstand serious abuse, Razer's Chroma RGB lighting, fast responding yellow mechanical switches and a dedicated volume-wheel, it's certainly not short on features. The BlackWidow V3 has made a name for itself as a tough, resilient and game-ready keyboard with all the full-size options you would expect at a price you might not.

Price check: Amazon $99.99 (pink model)

Logitech G PRO Tenkeyless | Mechanical | LIGHTSYNC RGB backlit keys | $129.99 $79.93 at Amazon (save $50.06)

Logitech G PRO Tenkeyless | Mechanical | LIGHTSYNC RGB backlit keys | $129.99 $79.93 at Amazon (save $50.06)
This Logitech G PRO comes with a lot of refined and clever features, giving you all the functionality with less of the fuss. It comes with a choice of key switches, a detachable Micro USB cable for easy portability, 3 step angle adjustment and a lot of customisation options in the G Hub software. Those backlit keys are on the subtle side of RGB lighting, and the Logitech comes off as a class act for less at this price.

Corsair K60 Pro TKL | Optical mechanical switches | RGB lighting | $99.99 $79.99 at Amazon (save $20)

Corsair K60 Pro TKL | Optical mechanical switches | RGB lighting | $99.99 $79.99 at Amazon (save $20)
The first mechanical keyboard our Jacob bought for himself was a Corsair K65—these little tenkeyless keyboards have come on a lot since then. Nowadays the K60 comes with optical switches for a faster actuation and longer lifespan, and a 8,000Hz polling rate. It's a neat little solution for smaller desks or gamers that don't care for a numpad.

Price check: Best Buy $79.99

Mountain Everest 60 | Compact 60% | USB | Per-key RGB | $144.90$84.99 at Amazon (Save $59.91)

Mountain Everest 60 | Compact 60% | USB | Per-key RGB | $144.90 $84.99 at Amazon (Save $59.91)
It should be noted that the writer who put the Mountain Everest 60 review together, Dave James, does not like 60% keyboards. He gave it a 93/100. That should tell you how dang good this keeb is. One of our favourite compact keyboards, our main complaint with the Everest was its price, being a smidge expensive. Well, guess what—you're reading a deal right now, which means that one complaint's been temporarily, and thoroughly, addressed.

GMMK 2  | Full size | Mechanical Glorious Fox Linear Switches | Per-key lighting | $119.99 $89.99 at Glorious Gaming (save $30)

GMMK 2  | Full size | Mechanical Glorious Fox Linear Switches | Per-key lighting | $119.99 $89.99 at Glorious Gaming (save $30)
It may look a little basic, but this is a fantastic board for those looking to get into the enthusiast keyboard space. It's hot swappable, so you can easily change out the keyswitches and keycaps. This one sits in OEM Profile, and in a gorgeous pure white, too. The pink and black versions are also on offer right now for the same price.

DROP Matcha Summer | Tenkeyless | Mechanical | Per-key RGB lighting | $149 $99 at Drop (save $50)

DROP Matcha Summer | Tenkeyless | Mechanical | Per-key RGB lighting | $149 $99 at Drop (save $50)
In the keyboard enthusiast space, the name Drop is synonymous with high-quality. I'm happily tapping away on a sturdy Dwarvish keyboard from the same peeps—the Elvish sister of which is also on offer. This Matcha Summer Expressions design is built around the same ENTR case, though it features Gateron Yellow switches as opposed to my Holy Panda Xs. Still a fantastic option for keyswitches, though.

Logitech G513 Carbon | Full Size | Blue or Brown Mechanical  Switches | Per-key RGB lighting | $149.99 $129.99 at Logitech (save $20)

Logitech G513 Carbon | Full Size | Blue or Brown Mechanical  Switches | Per-key RGB lighting | $149.99 $129.99 at Logitech (save $20)
For those of you that like your keyboards large, comfy and with a choice of switches, how about this slightly sinister looking G513? Something of the Darth Vader about it this one, but with a choice between brown and blue switches, a detachable memory-foam palmrest and a durable aluminium alloy construction this keyboard is certainly here to make an impact. It's also got a USB pass-through port, meaning you could plug your mouse or even your phone into it for data transmission or charging. Nice feature that, and one I'd like to see more of.

Price check: Amazon $149.99

Logitech G915 TKL | Wireless | Low-profile mechanical switches | $229.99 $129.99 at Amazon (save $100)

Logitech G915 TKL | Wireless | Low-profile mechanical switches | $229.99 $129.99 at Amazon (save $100)
If you don't mind losing out on the numpad, you can save a heap on this compact wireless keyboard. Wireless keyboards aren't by any means essential, but that little extra freedom can be nice if you're a regular sim racer or couch gamer.

Price check: Newegg $149.99

Asus ROG Strix Scope II 96 Wireless | Mechanical | Hot-swappable | RGB lighting | PBT keycaps | $179.99 $144.99 at Amazon (save $35)

Asus ROG Strix Scope II 96 Wireless | Mechanical | Hot-swappable | RGB lighting | PBT keycaps | $179.99 $144.99 at Amazon (save $35)
This is our favorite gaming keyboard today. An absolute dream to type on, the ROG Strix ticks all the boxes for connectivity, too. It's wireless, either via a dongle or Bluetooth, and of course you can plug it in wired if need be. A clever multi-function media wheel rounds off a keyboard that our Jacob is still using right now, despite having other boards to review.

Price check: Newegg $164.99

Logitech G915 | Wireless | Low-profile mechanical switches | $249.99 $159.99 at Best Buy (save $90)

Logitech G915 | Wireless | Low-profile mechanical switches | $249.99 $159.99 at Best Buy (save $90)
This is the keyboard our Jacob keeps going back to. It's a sleek, low-profile board that even a good few years after release still earns pride of place on our desktops. A lovely design with heaps of macros down the left-hand side, if you want a wireless board this is still one of our absolute favorites.

Price check: Amazon $159.99

Asus ROG Azoth | 75% | Mechanical lubed switches | Hot-swappable | $249.99 $199.99 at Amazon (save $50)

Asus ROG Azoth | 75% | Mechanical lubed switches | Hot-swappable | $249.99 $199.99 at Amazon (save $50)
Our top gaming keyboard is a larger, cheaper version of this board. I know, it's a little odd that this diddy board is actually the more expensive of the two, but that's because it's intended to be the most premium of the lot with a compact customisable OLED screen and all the trimmings. That includes sound dampening (which really does make for a satisfying clack) and lubed switches. It's a dream to type and game on, and at this price worth considering (though it's still pretty expensive, ngl).

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Black Friday gaming mouse deals

EVGA X20 | Wireless | 16,000 DPI | Right-handed | $69.99 $17.99 at Amazon (Save $52)

EVGA X20 | Wireless | 16,000 DPI | Right-handed | $69.99 $17.99 at Amazon (Save $52)
Yep, we did a double-take as well. A wireless gaming mouse from an established brand for only $20? An absolute steal, we think you'll agree. And while it must be said that the aesthetics are not for everyone, in terms of functionality the EVGA X20 has a lot going for it, with 10 buttons, triple sensors, 5 customisable profiles and 3 zone RGB lighting. It may be a little on the chunky side, but it's very difficult to argue against this much mouse for this little money.

Logitech G203 | Wired | 8,000 DPI | Right-handed | $39.99 $19.99 at Amazon (Save $20)

Logitech G203 | Wired | 8,000 DPI | Right-handed | $39.99 $19.99 at Amazon (Save $20)
This mouse has been sitting in our best gaming mouse guide as a brilliant budget wired option for some time now, and it's still yet to be bested. Perfect as a starter or low-budget option with a list of useful features like 6 programmable buttons, Lightsync RGB effects and a ton of customisation via Logitech's G Hub software, this mouse proves that you don't need to go fancy to get a great gaming peripheral.

Logitech G305 LIGHTSPEED | Wireless | 12,000 DPI | Right-handed | $49.99$34.97 at Amazon (Save $15)

Logitech G305 LIGHTSPEED | Wireless | 12,000 DPI | Right-handed | $49.99 $34.97 at Amazon (Save $15)
The Logitech G305 Lightspeed is our favourite wireless budget mouse—it's nothing fancy, but it's lightweight, has great battery life, and uses a killer sensor. The only thing to note is that this deal isn't necessarily that out of left field—the G305 hasn't been at full price for a while, but it's still worth snagging if you need a nice budget option with no frills in time for Christmas.

Logitech G502 HERO| Wired | 25,600 DPI | Right-handed | $79.99 $38.95 at Amazon (Save $41.04)

Logitech G502 HERO| Wired | 25,600 DPI | Right-handed | $79.99 $38.95 at Amazon (Save $41.04)
This is a gigantic discount on a tried and tested Logitech gaming mouse, with an astonishing amount of customisation potential. The G502 HERO uses the Hero 25K sensor for supreme accuracy, 11 customisable buttons with onboard memory, and even comes with five removable weights to adjust the feel for even the pickiest of competitive gamers. The two main buttons use mechanical switch tensioning to make every click feel satisfying, and the programmable RGB lighting finishes off this comprehensive package of gaming mouse goodness.

SteelSeries Rival 3 | Wireless | 18,000 DPI | Right-handed | $49.99 $39.99 at Amazon (Save $10)

SteelSeries Rival 3 | Wireless | 18,000 DPI | Right-handed | $49.99 $39.99 at Amazon (Save $10)
Sometimes simplicity is what you're looking for in a peripheral, and if all you want in your next purchase is something solid and reliable with a wireless connection and a standard load out of 5 buttons, this mouse is for you. It's got an accurate TrueMove optical sensor, dual wireless connections and a 400 hour plus battery life, all wrapped up in a smooth and sleek chassis. No frills at a good price. What's not to like?

Razer Basilisk V3 | Wired | 26,000 DPI | Right-handed | $69.99 $39.99 at Amazon (Save $30)

Razer Basilisk V3 | Wired | 26,000 DPI | Right-handed | $69.99 $39.99 at Amazon (Save $30)
We're big fans of the Razer Basilisk series of mice, and when we reviewed the latest V3 model we found it refined an already brilliant recipe into an even better one. With 11 programmable buttons, an improved thumb rest, a hyperscroll tilt wheel and some very cool underglow lighting the Razer Basilisk is sure to make an impression both in performance and aesthetics. A $20 discount here means it should absolutely make your shortlist for a fantastic wired gaming mouse.

Glorious Model O | Wireless | 19,000 DPI | Right-handed | $79.99 $47.99 at Glorious Gaming (Save $32)

Glorious Model O | Wireless | 19,000 DPI | Right-handed | $79.99 $47.99 at Glorious Gaming (Save $32)
Rated at 71 hours battery life, this is the wireless version of the Glorious Model O we tested some time ago. Right now, this neat and super light little mouse is going for less than it's wired counterpart. It comes in black or white, and while these mice don't tend to have the most accurate RGB, they're still accurate pointers when it comes to gaming—and that's what its all about.

Razer Basilisk Ultimate | Wireless | 20,000 DPI | Right-handed | $149.99 $77.99 at Amazon (Save $72)

Razer Basilisk Ultimate | Wireless | 20,000 DPI | Right-handed | $149.99 $77.99 at Amazon (Save $72)
The Razer Basilisk Ultimate packs in some of the best features of other Razer mice into a sleek and wireless package, and with such a big saving must be given serious consideration if you're looking for a great cable-free gaming experience. Up to 100 hour battery life, 14 customisable lighting zones, 11 programmable buttons, a resistance adjustable scroll wheel and its own glowing charging plinth means this mouse is just waiting to take pride of place on your desk, with a heavy discount to sweeten the deal. 

Razer Naga Pro | Wireless | 20,000 DPI | Right-handed | $149.99 $79.99 at Amazon (Save $70)

Razer Naga Pro | Wireless | 20,000 DPI | Right-handed | $149.99 $79.99 at Amazon (Save $70)
Is it a brilliant wireless gaming mouse, or a transformer? Actually it's a bit of both, with a feature we've yet to see successfully replicated in other mice - namely, those clip on customisable side plates. With a series of magnetic clicks you can transform your experience with the addition (or indeed, deletion) of various side button configurations, meaning this mouse ends up being a jack of all trades, and we ended up being rather impressed in our review. Don't think it's a slouch in the specs department however, as its switches, sensors and buttons are all top rate. A great saving to be made here, on a unique peripheral.

Logitech G502 Lightspeed | Wireless | 25,600 DPI | Right-handed | $149.99 $89.99 at Amazon (Save $60)

Logitech G502 Lightspeed | Wireless | 25,600 DPI | Right-handed | $149.99 $89.99 at Amazon (Save $60)
When we reviewed the G502 Lightspeed we found it to be a brilliant mouse, but a little bit on the pricey side. However, with a discount this big we're more than happy to sing the praises of this excellent device. 11 customisable buttons, a fantastically accurate sensor, great looks and comfort, tuneable weights and PowerPlay wireless charging support with a 60 hour plus battery life. Phew. That's a lot of great features, and a mighty gaming mouse this makes indeed. One to look out for, especially at this sort of money.

Logitech Pro X Superlight | 25K sensor | Wireless | <63g | $159.99 $109.99 at Amazon (save $50 with coupon)

Logitech Pro X Superlight | 25K sensor | Wireless | <63g | $159.99 $109.99 at Amazon (save $50 with coupon)
This extremely competitive gaming mouse is down to just .99 cents short of its lowest price ever on Amazon. It's also a fantastic gaming mouse, which my colleague Jacob actually swears by—he uses it every single day, and when he replaces it for a new mouse to review, he brings the Superlight right back in when he's done. You can also score an officially refurbished one from Logitech for just $69.99 right now.

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Black Friday controller deals in the US

Sony DualSense Controller | Wireless | Built-in battery | USB-C charging | $69.99 $49.00 at Amazon (save $20.99)

Sony DualSense Controller | Wireless | Built-in battery | USB-C charging | $69.99 $49.00 at Amazon (save $20.99)
The PlayStation 5 DualSense has a "you have to touch it to believe it" quality, thanks to its haptic motors and "Adaptive" triggers. The downside is that games need to be programmed to take advantage of them, and only a few do. However, Steam already offers full support for the controller, so it's relatively easy to plug in and use like any other gamepad.

Black Friday gaming keyboard and mouse deals — UK quick links

Black Friday gaming keyboard deals in the UK

Razer Ornata V2 | Full Size | Hybrid Mecha membrane switches | Wired | £99.99&nbsp;£64.99 at Amazon (save £35)

Razer Ornata V2 | Full Size | Hybrid Mecha membrane switches | Wired | £99.99 £64.99 at Amazon (save £35)
If you like the clicky feedback of mechanical switches but the advantage of membrane noise levels, then the Ornata V2 may be just the thing you need. With dedicated media keys, a multi-function digital wheel and Razer Chroma backlighting this is a good-looking and well-featured keyboard, and the plush leatherette writs rest is a nice touch for comfort. Nearly half price here, and worth some consideration.

Corsair K70 RGB PRO | Full-size | Cherry MX Mechanical switches | Per-key RGB lighting | £149.99 at Overclockers

Corsair K70 RGB PRO | Full-size | Cherry MX Mechanical switches | Per-key RGB lighting | £149.99 at Overclockers
While Tenkeyless keyboards might be all the rage, for some of you only a true desk dominator will do, and this Corsair model is certainly that. A mighty giant of an input device, it features dedicated media keys, per-key RGB lighting with Corsair's iCUE RGB integration, and a simply massive wrist rest to make this a keyboard to end all others.

Razer Huntsman V2 | Full Size | Analog Optical Mechanical switches | Wired | £249.99&nbsp;£149 at Amazon (save £100.99)

Razer Huntsman V2 | Full Size | Analog Optical Mechanical switches | Wired | £249.99 £149 at Amazon (save £100.99)
The Huntsman V2 gets all the Razer goodies into one desk-dominating package with Razer Chroma lighting, doubleshot PBT keycaps and Analog Optical mechanical switches. The magnetic wrist wrest is removable, and it even features a handy dial in the top right corner that can be programmed in a multitude of ways.  A big chunk of fully-featured gaming keyboard, for a much discounted price.

Black Friday gaming mouse deals in the UK

Logitech G203 | Wired | 8,000 DPI | Right-handed | £39.99 £16.90 at Amazon (Save £23.09)

Logitech G203 | Wired | 8,000 DPI | Right-handed | £39.99 £16.90 at Amazon (Save £23.09)
This mouse has been sitting in our best gaming mouse guide as a brilliant budget wired option for some time now, and it's still yet to be bested. Perfect as a starter or low-budget option with a list of useful features like 6 programmable buttons, Lightsync RGB effects and a ton of customisation via Logitech's G Hub software, this mouse proves that you don't need to go fancy to get a great gaming peripheral.

SteelSeries Aerox 3 | Wireless | 18,000 DPI | Right-handed | £99.99 £49.99 at Amazon (Save £50)

SteelSeries Aerox 3 | Wireless | 18,000 DPI | Right-handed | £99.99 £49.99 at Amazon (Save £50)
The SteelSeries Aerox 3 might be lightweight with its honeycombed design, but it s certainly not light on features. With a 200 hour battery life, dual connectivity, and AquaBarrier protection to ensure water, dust and dirt resistance, this is a mouse designed to take some abuse and keep on trucking. And with a £40 discount, its well worth considering next to the other options here.