Sony’s DualSense PS5 controller hits all-time low price during Prime Day

PS5 DualSense Controller
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Here in Australia, Amazon Prime Day has brought with it a wealth of savings across tech – and thankfully, there's plenty of discounts across gaming kits as well.

While PS5 stock continues to be an issue, if you're one of the fortunate few to already possess Sony's current-gen console, then the below deals will surely bring some joy.

This Prime Day has resulted in the lowest-ever prices for both the PS5 DualSense Wireless controller as well as the Pulse 3D Wireless headset. 

Whether you need to add another controller to the fray for multiplayer or replace the one you smashed in a rage while playing Elden Ring, this is a great chance to nab one – and in a colour of your choosing to boot!

It's worth noting that these deals are exclusive for Prime members, but you can sign up for a free Amazon Prime trial to nab the bargain, and cancel within 30 days if you don't want to be charged for the privilege.

PS5 DualSense wireless controllerAU$109AU$63

PS5 DualSense wireless controller | AU$109 AU$63 (save AU$46)

For those lucky enough to have a PlayStation 5, now's the best time to grab an extra (or replacement) controller for Sony's powerhouse of a console. The DualSense PS5 controllers are down to the all-time low of just AU$63, in a range of colours too (although purple isn't discounted) – white, black, red, blue and pink.

PlayStation 5 Pulse 3D Wireless Headset AU$159.95AU$98

PlayStation 5 Pulse 3D Wireless Headset | AU$159.95 AU$98 (save AU$61.95)

Packing in Sony's spatial audio and offering gorgeous sound in general, these first-party headphones are a great addition to immerse yourself in your PS5 gaming (and it has the aesthetic to match too). As with the DualSense controllers, the Pulse is also at the lowest all-time price from Amazon, so snatch it up now if you're keen. Available in both White and  Midnight Black.

Harry Domanski
Harry is an Australian Journalist for TechRadar with an ear to the ground for future tech, and the other in front of a vintage amplifier. He likes stories told in charming ways, and content consumed through massive screens. He also likes to get his hands dirty with the ethics of the tech.