100+ gaming keyboard prices slashed in Prime rival Best Buy’s sale

Image used with permission of the copyright holder

Best Buy is launching discounts on over 100 gaming keyboards from a variety of brands, just in time to challenge the return of Prime Day deals at Amazon’s Prime Big Deal Days 2023. You can find some of the best gaming keyboards for less than $100, plus enjoy deals on some of the best keyboards for writing and typing. A reliable gaming keyboard is essential to getting the most out of even the best desktop PC, so while we’ve picked our favorite deals, please take a look at everything for sale. Complete your purchase as soon as possible to lock in savings.

What you should buy at Best Buy’s Prime Day sale on gaming keyboards

On the more budget-friendly side, we have

, which is on our list of the best gaming keyboards and sells for a very affordable $37 instead of $50. If you prefer something smaller on a budget,

it’s only $99, down from $130, and it’s also on our list of the best 60 percent keyboards, so it’s worth buying if you want something small. If all dark colors put you off, you’ll be happy to know that it does

also retails for $130, down from $160, and comes with PBT Double-Shot keycaps, which are unique and fun to look at from time to time.

Moving up in terms of costs, that is

is one of the the best mechanical keyboard on the market, great for gaming, and it’s only $100, down from $140. Another great option for gaming is

, which has unique customizable switches and has been discounted to $110 instead of $180. We would also be remiss not to mention it

for $574, includes a wireless keyboard, mouse, gaming headset, and Blue Yeti microphone. The cost to buy them all separately, and not sell, would be over $600.

Lastly, if you’re a big fan of making your own keyboards, you should check this out

with RGB in white, and

in black as a base, and

to fill it in. Unfortunately, Best Buy doesn’t have a huge selection of DIY mechanical keyboards and keycaps, and most of them come from Glorious, but it’s still worth clicking through and checking them all out.

Editor’s Recommendations






Leave a Comment