Neon signs are trending and yes, you can buy one without going broke

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If you are in need of some lit room decor, look no further. Neon signs are all over TikTok — and they probably aren’t as pricey as you think. While that “lit” pun was terrible, cheap neon signs are no joke at all.

Many cheaper options, however, aren’t like the neon signs you’re used to seeing in bars, clubs or diners. Instead, these signs use LED lights, creating a similar effect at a cheaper price point.

Authentic glass-tube neon signs can run hundreds to even thousands of dollars, especially if the design includes multiple colors. That seriously jacks up the price. But you can find a stellar LED-based lookalike for as cheap as $10. You probably won’t be able to tell the difference at all.

If you want to get a neon look for your space, check out these trending light options — all under $65.

1. Planet Neon Sign, $13.99

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This out-of-this-world neon sign is perfect for any space lovers out there — and it comes in five different colors.

2. Controller-Shaped Neon Sign, $45.99

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Take your gaming space up a notch with this epic controller-shaped light.

3. Good Night Neon Light, $39.99

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Put this super-aesthetic sign about your bed for a Instagram-ready room.

4. Bat Neon Sign, $12.99 (Orig. $14.99)

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If you have some goth-leaning tendencies, this bat neon sign is screaming your name.

5. Dream Neon Sign, $17.99 (Orig. $24.99)

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To manifest your goals — and get a good night’s sleep — check out this dreamy sign.

6. Mini Rainbow Novelty Lamp, $9 (Orig. $15)

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At only $9, this mini rainbow and cloud lamp would be a bright (and cheap) decor addition to your space.

7. Coffee Cup Light-Up Sign, $63.75 (Orig. $75)

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Show your love for java with this steaming coffee cup neon sign. It would be the perfect decor for an otherwise standard kitchen space.

8. Lips Neon Sign, $9.09 (Orig. $12.99)

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Imagine how amazing your vanity would look with the addition of this red-hot neon sign .

9. Be Happy LED Neon Wall Sign, $25

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Inspire happiness and positive thoughts with this cheery neon option.

10. Skull Light-Up Sign, $63.75 (Orig. $75)

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Add some rocker vibes to your home with this sick skull neon sign.

11. Girls Neon Sign, $59.99

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Who run the world? Well, you already know…

12. XOXO Neon Sign, $50.15 (Orig. $59)

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This ultra-feminine sign is perfect for any unapologetic girly-girl who wants to send out unlimited hugs and kisses.

13. Among Us Neon Light, $34.99 (Orig. $36.99)

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If you — like the rest of the internet — love Among Us, rep your character color of choice in neon.

14. Mini Flame Novelty Lamp, $15

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A flame neon sign brings a whole new meaning to the phrase, “Get lit.”

15. Bar Neon Sign, $27.99

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Make your own bar space at home with this classic sign — it even comes in three different colors.

16. Moon Neon Sign, $13.99

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This $14 sign is the ultimate type of moonlight for any sleeping space.

17. Good Vibes LED Neon Wall Sign, $25

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Channel only the best vibes with this $25 sign you can truly hang anywhere.

18. Flamingo LED Neon Table Lamp, $18

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If your room needs some tropical vibes this summer, a neon pink flamingo is the way to go.

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