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Best Xbox deals: Save on controllers, headsets, hard drives and more


From advanced controllers and headsets to external storage drives and gaming subscriptions, there are tons of accessories that can take your Xbox gaming setup to the next level. And with so many great deals available right now, buying new gear doesn’t have to break the bank either. Below, we’ve rounded up some of the best deals and discounts available on a variety of Xbox gear and accessories so you can save big on everything you need to play like a pro. And while there are still no deals on the next-gen Xbox Series X, be sure to check out our restock tracker if you’re hoping to get your hands on one of those elusive new consoles. We’ll continue to update this page as deals come and go, so be sure to check back often for the best prices available.

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Microsoft officially discontinued the Xbox One in 2020, so it’s quite difficult (and expensive) to find new consoles. But if you’re hoping to pick up one of those previous-gen Xboxes, there are still plenty of refurbished models out there for a good price. And while they won’t be able to handle all next-gen games, there are still plenty of new titles playable, including recent hits like Elden Ring. This model has 500GB of storage and comes equipped with a disc drive and backwards compatibility, making it a great choice if you like retro gaming. Plus, it comes with the original wireless controller, saving you an extra $60. Although for casual gamers looking for the easiest and most accessible option, it’s probably best to opt for the Xbox Series S.

Note: Admittedly, calling this an offer is probably overkill since there’s no direct discount, but it’s the best price you’ll find on a full-size Xbox console with a disc drive.

Seagate

The games keep getting bigger, and while I’m not complaining, that means your console’s storage can fill up pretty quickly. Seagate makes portable hard drives specifically designed to expand your Xbox storage so you can spend less time re-downloading and more time playing. This 2TB model uses a USB 3.2 interface and is compatible with Xbox Series X and S, as well as all versions of Xbox One.

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If you’re looking for a second controller for your Xbox, you can save money by buying directly from Microsoft. Right now, you can save $10 on the black and white color variants and $15 on the blue version, bringing the price down to $50. Red and yellow models are also on sale, but are slightly more expensive at $55 and $60 respectively.

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If you’re a hardcore gamer, you might want to consider upgrading the base controller that comes with the console. This is the wired version of the V2 Chroma, one of our favorite Xbox controllers we’ve tested. It lacks wireless connectivity, but has the same hardware as the Chroma for $80 less. It’s equipped with tactile buttons for crisp and quick response as well as six additional remappable buttons and interchangeable thumbstick caps for a gaming experience optimized for your style of play. Just note that the controller is only compatible with next-gen Xbox Series X and Snot the Xbox One.

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Turtle Beach’s second-generation Stealth 700 is our favorite Xbox headset on the market right now. It’s equipped with 50mm Nanoclear drivers for precise sound, and the cooling gel-infused ear cups provide impressive comfort, even during long gaming sessions. It has a battery life of up to 20 hours and is Bluetooth compatible, so you can even listen to music or take phone calls without missing a second of the action.

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A gaming headset lets you strategize (and chat) with your team via voice chat and provides clear audio so you can hear every footstep and shot that happens around you. The Cloud Flight X was one of our favorite Xbox headsets this year and has a built-in sound mixer so you can adjust the audio and amp up what you want to hear. It uses a 2.4GHz USB dongle for low-latency wireless connection, and the mic arm is removable so it won’t get in the way during solo sessions.

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Xbox users who subscribe to Game Pass Ultimate now have access to Microsoft’s cloud gaming beta, which lets you stream games from anywhere on a variety of devices, including smartphones. This Razer Kishi is a compact controller that holds your phone in the middle so you can enjoy your favorite console games on the go. It’s designed to be universally compatible with Android phones with a USB-C connector and features a similar layout to the Nintendo Switch. An iPhone version is also available, but it is not for sale at this time.

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A Game Pass Ultimate membership is one of the best ways to get the most out of your Xbox. It includes an Xbox Live Gold subscription, which lets you play games online, and also gives you access to a huge library of Xbox titles that you can download and play for free anytime you want. An Ultimate subscription usually costs $15 per month, but this three-month deal from CDKeys brings it down to just over $9.

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