Amazon’s Prime Day Early Access Sale is here for another day, so let's scope out some sweet deals on gaming headsets, keyboards, and other cool accessories. Whether you’re gaming on a console or PC, there are plenty of awesome odds and ends to round out your setup at home. For a better view of what’s currently on sale make sure to check out our best deals from Amazon’s Prime Early Access sale.
We’re not holding our breath for discounts on next-gen consoles like the PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X, but we’re already finding great deals on gaming keyboards from Razer, HyperX headsets, and Bluetooth controllers from 8BitDo. Of course, we’ll be looking out for deals on anything that can make your gaming experience just a little more awesome. Let’s go!
The best gaming deals from Amazon’s Prime Early Access Sale
The best gaming keyboard deals
- The Razer BlackWidow V3 Mini HyperSpeed with linear switches is discounted to $94.99, down from its usual price of $179.99 at Amazon. The BlackWidow V3 Mini can connect to your desktop via its USB-C connection, but also supports Bluetooth and 2.4GHz wireless connectivity. Naturally, the Mini features per-key RGB lighting, but also comes packaged with PBT keycaps to prevent visible wear.
Razer BlackWidow V3 Mini Hyperspeed
Razer’s first 65 percent gaming keyboard gives you the essentials while taking up an absolute minimum of real estate.
- The 65-percent Asus ROG Falchion gaming keyboard with linear switches is normally priced at $149.99, but is discounted to $99.99 at Amazon. The Falchion is equipped with PBT keycaps, per-key RGB lighting, and can be used wirelessly using the included 2.4Ghz wireless dongle. Another interesting feature of this keyboard is the touch bar along its left side, which is used to control volume and media playback.
- Logitech’s G915 is typically available for $249.99, but is currently discounted to $159.99. This configuration of the low-profile gaming keyboard is equipped with linear switches and five dedicated macro keys, in addition to its full-size layout. The wireless keyboard also includes dedicated media playback controls and the ability to quickly swap between profiles. You can also find the wired version, the Logitech G815, with linear switches discounted to $139.99 (normally $199.99).
- Originally $249.99, the Razer Huntsman V2 Analog is now discounted to $170.99 at Amazon. The Huntsman V2 is virtually identical to older versions of the Huntsman gaming keyboard but includes analog switches that can have their actuation point modified with the Razer Synapse software. The full-size keyboard is also equipped with PBT keycaps, dedicated media playback buttons, and a magnetic wrist rest.
The best gaming mice deals
- A wired optical gaming mouse with a couple of interesting twists, the Asus ROG Chakram is normally priced at $79.99 but is discounted right now to $49.99. The Core is equipped with your usual array of buttons, but also features an omnidirectional analog stick situated under your thumb. Rounding out its list of features are a 16K DPI sensor, adjustable weights, and hot-swappable switches.
- A solid wireless gaming mouse, the Asus ROG Pugio II is currently available for $54.99, instead of its usual price of $99.99. The Pugio II uses an ambidextrous design with side buttons that can be added or removed based on which hand you use. Like several other mice from Asus, the Pugio II has hot swap switches and features a 16K DPI optical sensor. It can also pair with devices via Bluetooth or with its 2.4Ghz wireless dongle, and reportedly lasts up to 100 hours on a single charge.
- The Razer DeathAdder V2 X Hyperspeed originally cost $59.99, but is on sale for just $37.99. The ergonomic, wireless gaming mouse is powered by either a single AA or AAA battery and can pair with devices using Bluetooth or 2.4Ghz wireless. The V2 X retains the curvaceous shape of older DeathAdder models but includes an extra pair of buttons on the periphery of the left mouse button, and features an upgraded 14K DPI optical sensor.
- Normally $69.99, the Razer Basilisk V3 is a gaming mouse with a little more flair that is currently discounted to $47.49. The Basilisk V3 has a slick RGB underglow, but also features 11 programmable inputs and a 26K DPI sensor. However, its coolest feature has to be its HyperScroll wheel, which can be moved in incremental steps but will scroll continuously if you give it a gentle nudge in either direction.
Razer Basilisk V3
Compared to the Basilisk V2, Razer’s latest iteration makes a few improvements, including an impressive scroll wheel that can ramp up speed depending on how hard you scroll. It also sports more RGB LEDs.
- The Razer Basilisk Ultimate and its accompanying charging dock typically retail for $169.99 but are discounted to $84.99 at Amazon right now. The Basilisk Ultimate, the wireless version of the original Razer Basilisk, keeps the same 20K DPI sensor and claw-shaped design but includes a charging dock to top it off between sessions.
- Normally $99.99, the Steelseries Aerox 3 Wireless is currently on sale for $49.98, matching the best price ever for the lightweight gaming mouse. The Aerox 3 sports the popular honeycomb design and weighs in at just 68 grams, but still packs an 18K DPI sensor.
- Another slick lightweight option, the HyperX Pulsefire Haste is discounted to just $59.99 in its white colorway (normally $79.99). The honeycomb shell on the Haste reduces its weight to a paltry 62 grams, making it one of the lightest wireless gaming mice available.
The best gaming headset deals
- The HyperX Cloud Alpha S is a wired gaming headset that features 7.1 digital surround sound for PCs and is currently discounted to $79.99 ($50 off). The Cloud Alpha S shares a similar design to other HyperX Cloud headsets with a design that’s mostly aluminum with plush leatherette covering the contact points. The Alpha S uses a 3.5mm breakaway cable with inline audio controls that let you adjust game and chat volume balance in addition to toggling its 7.1 digital audio.
- Multiple colorways of the second-generation Astro A10 gaming headset are currently discounted to $49.99 from their usual price of $59.99. The wired, cross-platform headset features 32mm drivers, inline volume controls, and an integrated boom mic.
The second-gen Astro A10 features a new collection of colorways and lighter construction than its predecessor.
- Razer’s Kraken V3 wired gaming headset is on sale for $75.99 instead of $99.99. The V3 is compatible with PC, and PlayStation consoles, has inline audio controls, and supports 7.1 THX surround sound on PC. The design of the Kraken V3 features oversized earcups to support its 50mm drivers that each have an RGB addressable Razer logo. The Kraken V3 connects with devices with a USB-A connection and also comes equipped with a detachable boom mic.
- If you’re looking for a gamer-centric pair of earbuds, you can currently find the second-gen Razer Hammerhead True Wireless discounted to $120.04 for Prime members (normally $129.99). The wireless in-ears sport an AirPods-like design with their capsule-shaped charging case and a microphone extending from each earbud. The earbuds are also equipped with active noise cancellation and have RGB logos that can be customized through the Razer Audio app.
Razer’s second-gen Hammerhead True Wireless earbuds feature the company’s signature Chroma RGB lighting, good sound, and decent noise cancellation for the price.
- The excellent Logitech G535 is available at Amazon for $79.99 instead of its usual $129.99. The wireless gaming headset features inline volume controls and is compatible with PC and PlayStation consoles via its 2.4Ghz wireless dongle.
- The wired version of the Razer BlackShark V2 Gaming Headset is on sale for $66.49 (normally $99.99). This aviator-style headset features a detachable boom mic and a volume control knob on the left earcup. The 3.5mm audio cable also makes the BlackShark V2 compatible with any device, but you can only use its THX Spatial Audio feature with PCs.
- You can also find the wireless Razer BlackShark V2 Pro on Amazon for $113.99 instead of its usual price of $179.99. The V2 Pro has the same fit and finish as the wired model, but also features 2.4Ghz wireless connectivity.
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The best controller deals
The 8BitDo Pro 2 is the best alternative to the Nintendo Switch Pro Controller and is currently discounted to $39.99 from its usual price of $49.99 . The top of the Pro 2 shares a similar look to the original SNES controller but with a pair of analog sticks in a PlayStation-like arrangement, and a set of triggers. It also has grips on both sides, and a pair of back paddle buttons for more customization. While it is compatible with the Nintendo Switch, the Pro 2 can also work with PCs, Android, and macOS. Read our review .
The 8BitDo Pro 2 offers many of the same features as the Nintendo Switch Pro Controller but at a lower price point and with a DualShock-style layout. It features extra triggers, hand grips, remappable buttons, and back paddles and can pair with Windows, macOS, Steam Deck, and mobile devices via Bluetooth.
However, if you’re more drawn to the classics, you can also find the original 8BitDo Pro controller on sale for $35.99 instead of its usual $44.99 . Sporting the same SNES-inspired design, the Pro controller keeps the analog sticks and extra pair of triggers but ditches the back paddles and ergonomic handles. The 8BitDo Arcade Stick is an excellent choice for fighting game fans that is currently discounted to $71.99 ($18 off). The peripheral features a massive “lollipop” joystick and eight individual buttons. Capable of pairing with either Windows PCs or the Nintendo Switch via Bluetooth or 2.4Ghz wireless, the Arcade Stick also has a software suite for recording macros onto its hardware.
- What the 8Bitdo Zero 2 Bluetooth controller lacks in size, it makes up for in cuteness. Normally $19.99, you can currently get it in the yellow, pink, and turquoise colorways for $17.60 when you clip the on-page coupon. No bigger than a keychain, the Zero 2 is compatible with the Nintendo Switch, Windows, Android, and macOS devices.
- Amazon has discounted Razer’s quick-charging stands for Xbox and PlayStation controllers. The red and blue colorways of the Razer Universal Quick Charging Stand for Xbox are on sale for $27.99 (normally $39.99), while the black and red colorways of the Razer Quick Charging Stand for the PlayStation 5 are discounted to $27.99 (normally $39.99).
The best deals on games
- A bundle including digital codes for Kirby and the Forgotten Land and Splatoon 3 is currently on sale for $99 at Amazon, taking roughly $20 off the combined price of both games. Read our reviews for Kirby and the Forgotten Land and Splatoon 3.
- If you slept on the excellent Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, you can currently get the PS5 disc edition of Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection for $29.99 (normally $49.99). This compilation includes Uncharted 4 and the standalone DLC Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, both remastered to put the PlayStation 5 hardware to work.
- Physical copies of Horizon Forbidden West for the PlayStation 5 are currently discounted to $49.99 (originally $69.99). Read our review.
- You can currently get a physical copy of Monster Hunter Rise for the Nintendo Switch packaged with a download code for the Sunbreak expansion for just $49.99 instead of $69.99.
- The digital version of Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity is currently discounted to $39.99 from its usual price of $59.99.
Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity
Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity is all about hacking and slashing your way through tons of enemies alongside characters from the Zelda franchise.
- If Tony Hawk did a kickflip that landed squarely in the pastel-tinted world of Adventure Time, you’d end up with Olli Olli World. Normally priced at $29.99, you can get a Steam code for just $19.99. More of a rhythm game than a skateboarding title, Olli Olli World brings some fun wrinkles into the genre by focusing on the fundamentals and making you feel extremely cool in the process.
- Yoshi’s Crafted World is usually priced at $59.99 but you can currently get a digital code for the adorable platformer for just $39.99.
Yoshi’s Crafted World
Yoshi’s Crafted World is a cute, cooperative platformer with an upcycled art style.
- Physical versions of Dying Light 2: Stay Human for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X are currently discounted to $29.99 from the usual price of $59.99.
- You can currently grab a digital code for New Pokémon Snap for just $39.99 (normally $59.99).
- Digital codes for Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury are currently discounted to $39.99 from $59.99. A rare discount on the remastered platformer.
Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury
Super Mario 3D World is a polished version of the Wii U classic with a new expansion called Bowser’s Fury, which sees you collecting coins in an archipelago as you skirt, or battle, a kaiju-size Bowser.
- You can get physical copies of Life is Strange: True Colors for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and Nintendo Switch for around $30 instead of its usual $59.99 price.
- Physical copies of the excellent Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X are currently discounted to $19.99 at Amazon from the usual price of $29.99.
The best deals on other accessories
- The Razer Seiren Mini is a compact budget-friendly microphone, and you can get it for $39.99 in its black or white colorways ($10 off), while the pink colorway is discounted to $38.99 ($11 off).
- The Asus Strix Arion is a quick and easy way to adapt any M.2 SSD into a beefy flash drive. Normally available for $59.99, you can currently get the RGB-enabled SSD enclosure for $39.99. The Arion doesn’t come with its own storage, but it’s compatible with just about any M.2 SSD without a heatsink, allowing for up to 4TB of accessible storage.
Elgato Game Capture HD60 S Plus
This handy device from Elgato is a must-have for any streamer. The Elgato Game Capture HD60 S Plus allows you to record the audio and video output of any device with an HDMI port at 4K resolution. And as the name implies, is capable of recording at 60fps.
- If you’re looking to add a little accent lighting to your setup, the Govee DreamView G1 Pro Gaming Light is currently on sale for $89.99 when you clip the on-page coupon, down from its usual price of $179.99. A handy little kit for anyone that can never have enough RGB lighting, the G1 Pro features a pair of accent lights and a light strip that attaches to the back of your monitor. The lighting can be controlled via the Govee app or dynamically reflect on-screen gameplay with its sensor on top of your monitor.