Razer's one-day-only 'FragFest' sale is live now

Discounts on keyboards, laptops, headsets and more.

If you've got a soft spot for PC peripherals of the gaming variety, you may just want to check out the one-day sale happening over at Razer's official store today. There, you'll find headsets, mechanical keyboards, gaming mice and more, all with some discounts.

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As such, if you fancy picking up some of Razer's mostly-black range of PC peripherals and laptops, you can do just that while saving some cash. In some cases, there will be bundle offers or freebies instead of a bigger discount, so keep that in mind.

Firstly, if you've got some serious cash burning a hole in your pocket, you can you can go for a New Razer Blade Stealth QHD laptop, which is currently £130 off and comes with a free set of Razer Bluetooth headphones and a stack of games and software worth £400. It's a good bundle and a nice saving but it will still cost you a total of £1369.99.

If you felt like getting a Razer Phone, you can pick up an accessory kit reportedly worth £85 when you enter the code DEALS18 at checkout. Elsewhere, you can save £50 on a 2015 edition Razer Kraken Pro gaming headset, bringing the cost down to £29.99. Failing that, there's also a deal for £38 off a Razer Naga Epic gaming mouse.

Also found here are some keyboard deals, where you can grab a Razer BlackWidow X Ultimate for £71.99 or save £30 off the price of a BlackWidow Chroma V2.

As you might expect from a one-day sale, all of these offers are set to expire at the end of today, so if you wanted to go for any of these, you've got a matter of hours. If you find yourself in a particularly spendy mood, you could also check out the rest of today's best deals, over at Jelly Deals, which include discounts on Lego sets, an Xbox One controller for £34 and, for some reason, a life-size Master Chief helmet Bluetooth speaker.

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