Razer announces new deals in its Hallowe'en sale

Razer's new Hallowe'en event is on. (Source: Razer)
Razer's new Hallowe'en event is on. (Source: Razer)
Razer's freshly-announced Hallowe'en 2020 sale is good news for those in need of an older mobile gaming controller from this brand. There is also up to 23% off Black Widow keyboards and Mamba mice. Certain Blade laptops are US$100 less their usual price-tags.

Razer has released its discounts for its Hallowe'en 2020 event on peripherals and some notebooks. The best deals involved here are 50% off the Junglecat and Raiju Mobile smartphone gaming controllers, albeit not the newer Kishi model.

The sale also extends to the BlackWidow Elite keyboard and its compact Lite counterpart, which go for 23% and 16% less during this sale. They are joined in this event by the Mamba Wireless and Elite (wired with extra RGB integration) mice, which are 20% and 23% off respectively.

The Razer Kraken Ultimate is a USB gaming headset with an actively noise-cancelling (ANC) mic and surround sound that is set at US$99.99 rather than its usual $124.99 during this sale. Those looking for wireless audio could also get the Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds for only $79.99 (or 21% off) during this event.

There are arguably less compelling deals on laptops as well, which amount to $100 off the i7-1065G7 versions of the Blade Stealth 13 ultrabook. This discount also applies to the 4K/60Hz OLED versions of the Blade 15 base model in mercury or black, and to the FHD/144Hz version of the same in black.

These prices are available on Razer's own webstore and are valid until October 31, 2020 or until stocks of the accessories or PCs included are gone.


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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2020-10-27 (Update: 2020-10-27)
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