Most gamers will agree that the DualSense controller for PlayStation 5 is Sony's best gamepad to date, offering a sleek, comfortable design, unmatched haptic feedback and game-changing adaptive triggers for additional immersion.
Of course, all that fancy tech comes at an expectedly salty price, with the DualSense controller usually retailing for around AU$109.95 in most stores.
That said, we're right in the middle of Click Frenzy 2022, which means now's a great time to pick up the DualSense PS5 controller for well below cost!
Right now, you can pick up the brilliant wireless gamepad in any colour from JB Hi-Fi's online store for only AU$71.10 – all you need to do is enter a special coupon code at checkout.
And when we say every colour, we mean it: this discount applies to the DualSense controller whether it's white, black, red, purple, pink or blue. Find out how you can score Sony's DualSense PS5 controller at a significant discount below.
Believe us when we tell you that it's rare to find a discount this big on the PS5 DualSense controller, which has been slashed down to just AU$71.10 at JB Hi-Fi when you enter the code 92FRENZY at checkout. It's available in the standard white or the fan favourite black, but there's also red, purple, pink or blue if you're adventurous. Do note you'll have to pay for shipping, or you can opt for click and collect instead.
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