The best cheap gaming desk deals for 2021

L Shaped Desk
L Shaped Desk (Image credit: Amazon)

I believe the two most underrated parts of the home computer setup are the desk and the chair. These two tools are essential to an argonomic setup. Having the right ones in place can save you from back pain, wrist pain, and plenty of other health-related ailments that can crop up when you do most of your work in the same position day in and day out. The right gaming desk can help with cable management, gives you room to expand your setup, and helps you keep all your extra peripherals organized.

How big your desk is will depend on how big your computer setup is or, maybe more specifically, how big you want it to get. Buy a good desk now with some room for expansion and you won't have to buy another one for years. Find one that adjusts to you and you'll hardly notice it after a while. Don't underestimate the value of good leg room, either, especially if you're tall or have long legs! A good computer desk should have plenty of space for you to fit your PC case, which usually means some room to stretch.

Whether you need a huge corner desk with room for multiple computers and monitors or something small for your dorm room, we've got the best deals on the best gaming desks.

Best Gaming Desk Deals:

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Desino 40-inch gaming desk | $20 off (opens in new tab)

You'll get a cup holder, headphone hook, monitor stand riser, and more with this desk. It has a unique carbon fiber texture and a warparound shape that's ergonomic. Much more stable than a normal desk thanks to its diagonal braces and struts.

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GalaxyHero 47-inch gaming desk | $30 off (opens in new tab)

The desk has a carbon fiber surface and an arc design. You get 47 inches of gaming surface, which is enough for a couple monitors, your keyboard, and an XL mouse pad. It even has LED lighting powered by USB that can surround the table top. Choose from seven colors and four dynamic modes to create a colorful atmosphere. Supports up to 260 pounds of gear.

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Amazon Basics gaming computer desk | $33 off (opens in new tab)

This desk has space for your controllers, headphones, and speakers. The compartments can hold other things, too, like a drink cup or whatever. There's also a 5-slot game storage shelf, a basket under the desk, and a charging station for smartphones and tablets. The monitor stand can support screens up to 32 inches and 30 pounds.

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GreenForest L-Shaped 64-inch desk | $20 off (opens in new tab)

Clip the on-page coupon to take off $10. This is a desk designed to save you space while giving you plenty to work with. It fits in the corner of the room, and it's reversible so you can rearrange the parts of the desk to fit your needs. It includes a movable shelf that could hold a laptop and a computer stand to keep your PC extra stable.

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Need 63-inch gaming and writing office desk | $35 off (opens in new tab)

Clip the on-page coupon to take $40 off. Has a huge desktop with ample space for your computer. Made with wood. Surface is water resistant and anti-scratch. Has a metal frame for support and is easily assembled. Legs are adjustable.

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Walker Edison Modern L-Shaped desk with tempered glass | $30 off (opens in new tab)

Made with powder-coated steel legs for sturdy support and a tempered glass top for a solid, sleek surface. The desk is big enough for a multi-monitor setup and has a 51-inch x 20-inch work surface. There's a pull out tray for accessing your keyboard and a CPU stand to keep your PC sturdy.

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Arozzi Arena Leggero compact gaming desk | $74 off (opens in new tab)

Includes a microfiber machine-washable mouse pad, three cut-outs for cable management and monitor attachment, and a cable management pouch underneath the desk. Has steel legs and an MDF surface.

John Levite
Deals Editor

J.D. Levite has been in the deals game since 2012. He has posted daily deals at Gizmodo, The Wirecutter, The Sweethome, and now covers deals for Android Central, iMore, and Windows Central. He was there for the first Prime Day and has braved the full force of Black Friday. If you cut him, he bleeds savings. But don't try it for real. That's a metaphor.

1 Comment
  • I have the Walker Edison L shaped desk and really like it. The only weird thing is that the keyboard tray pullout is not on wheels on rails, so it gets stuck frequently. Instead it's on some sort of slide mechanism that doesn't work great. I wind up mostly using it as an extra keyboard shelf. Otherwise, great desk.