Razer’s Back to School Sale Has Great Deals on Gaming Laptops, Free Backpacks, and More

The next semester is just around the corner, no matter how much you want to be in denial so you can just enjoy the rest of your summer. Get ready for some of the big shopping you need so the first day of school arrives, you won’t be caught off guard. Razer is also here to help with a Razer Back-to-School sale (opens in a new tab) which includes big discounts and free stuff.

If you’ve been really eyeing up a new Razer gaming laptop, now might be the time to finally bite in because there are tons of potential ways to save here. For one, you can save directly on the laptop you buy with up to 23% off these machines. The biggest discount comes from the Razer Book, which is on sale for $1,299.99 in the Razer Store (opens in a new tab) and down from a regular price of $1,700.

While other options can be discounted just as well, they come with a lot of free stuff, some of which are worth hundreds. For example, you can get this Razer Blade 15 Bundle (opens in a new tab) reduced to $3,699.99 from a price of around $4,080. You get a Razer Recon 15 Rolltop Backpack which costs $130 on its own, a Razer Skin of your choice for the laptop which would normally cost $60 but is free if you redeem the code SKINS22 during checkout, and an upgrade to RazerCare Essential, which is extended protection for your laptop that would normally cost $250. That’s an additional $440 worth.

If you make a choice that doesn’t include a free Razer skin or you just don’t like Razer skins for some reason, you can redeem the code BACK2SCHOOL instead and get a free lanyard worth about $10. (You can only use one promotional code at a time.)

Some of the options allow you to upgrade to RazerCare Elite at a discount, which is Razer’s best protection. All of these laptops have a limited warranty anyway. RazerCare options simply help by extending that coverage, allowing you to use your new machine worry-free, even if you have to race from class to class this school year.

Christy J. Olson