Razer Bundle
Razer

Razer makes a ton of products for gamers, and many of them are among the best. The company has some of the best mice, mouse mats, and headsets, and you can get a bundle featuring three Razer devices for $69.99 from Best Buy, which is absurdly cheap.

Starting with the mouse, the bundle comes a DeathAdder V2, one of the company’s mid-range options. By itself, Razer sells the DeathAdder V2 for $70, so even the mouse alone makes this bundle worth snagging.

The bundle comes with a Blackshark V2 X for the headset, which also sells for $60 on its own.

Finally, there’s the big mouse mat, which is the Gigantus V2 Medium. This normally retails for $10. It’s not a massive mouse mat, but it’s big enough for most gamers.

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When you combine all three products together, you get a total price of $140. At $150, which is the regular price of this bundle, it’s not a great deal. However, at the discounted $70 price, it’s a tremendously solid bargain. Just the mouse alone sells for that price, so it’s 100% worth picking this up if you’re looking into diving headfirst into PC gaming.

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Mouse, headset, and mat in one bundle

Razer - Battle Bundle

You can get a DeathAdder V2 mouse, a BlackShark V2 X headset, and a Gigantus V2 M mouse mat for just $70, which is absurdly cheap for these three products.

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