Deals lovers have once again found themselves overwhelmed within the season of great discounts. It's the day after October Prime Day and if you're still on the lookout for Corsair deals in particular, there are still a few available.
So if you found yourself sitting on the sidelines during Amazon's Big Deal Days event, worry not. You still have a chance to snag some of the best deals we saw ruing the sale.
Shop the best Corsair deals you can still get below. For more early deals on our favorite mobile teach, gaming gear and more, check out our Black Friday deals list.
Best Corsair Prime Day deals
Corsair M65 RGB Mouse:
$129 $89 @ Amazon
At $40 off, this great Corsair M65 RGB Gaming Mouse deal is just $20 shy of its all-time low price. This excellent wireless Bluetooth/USB mouse has a native 26,000 DPI and 650 inches per second tracking. It features six removable weights and can weigh anywhere between 110 to 128 grams depending on your preference.
Corsair Ironclaw Mouse:
$80 $60 @ Amazon
Save $20 on this Corsair Ironclaw wireless Bluetooth gaming mouse with 18,000 DPI, full programmable buttons, and rated to last more than 50 million clicks. Its ten programmable buttons include left click, right click, middle click, two beneath the mouse wheel, and five on the side.
Corsair Virtuoso Wireless:
$259 $199 @ Amazon
This Corsair headset is $70 off in this leftover Prime Day deal. It's compatible with PC, Mac, PS5, PS4, and Nintendo Switch, allowing for immersive high-quality sound no matter what game you're playing. This is undeniably a higher-end headset, but it could be worth it for those who only want the best.
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