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Prime Day Xbox gaming deals: these great deals are still available right now

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Amazon Prime Day 2021 is over, but there are still plenty of Xbox gaming deals available across a range of accessories in both the UK and US - though things are looking a bit light in terms of Xbox games and hardware. Not in the UK or US? Scroll down to find the best Xbox deals in your region.

We've searched high and low for the best Prime Day Xbox deals that are still available right now on Amazon. And while a lot of the deals have dried up, there are still plenty of tempting deals to check out.

Those in the US can pick up one of the best racing wheels around, the Logitech G923, for $100 off (opens in new tab). And while Xbox hardware deals are lacking both side of the pond, the Xbox Series S is currently in stock at Amazon UK, so be sure to act now if you're still after this elusive console. In addition, there are some non-Prime Day deals on console and controller bundles to check out, too, with those in the UK able to pick up an Xbox Series S bundled with an Electric Volt Controller for £294.99 (opens in new tab), or with the Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 for £398.99 (opens in new tab) if you prefer.

Read on for the bext Prime Day Xbox gaming deals that are still available right now. 

Today's best Prime Day Xbox deals (US)

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Logitech G923 Racing Wheel and Pedals: $399.99 $299.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
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One of the best racing wheels (opens in new tab) around is discounted for Prime Day, saving you $100. The Logitech G923 is compatible with Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One and PC and boasts TRUEFORCE force feedback, responsive pedals, dual-clutch launch control, and a genuine leather wheel cover.

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Seagate Game Drive 2TB External Hard Drive Portable HDD, Designed for Xbox One, Green: $90.99 $72.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
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- Running out of drive space on your Xbox consoles? Use this portable external hard drive to store an extra 50 titles. Includes quick step-by-step setup and plug and play USB 3.0 connectivity with no power cable needed. It features the classic green design from the original Xbox logo for added coolness. 

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Razer Kraken X Gaming Headset: $49.99 $39.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $10 - This USB headset is a fantastic entry-level product from one of the world's best peripheral brands. Experience 7.1 surround sound for accurate positional audio across any game environment, and at just 0.55 lbs, this lightweight headset is perfect for lengthy gaming sessions.

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Logitech G935 Wireless Gaming Headset: $169.99 $118.99 on Amazon (opens in new tab)
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With a huge 15 meter range and a 12-hour battery life, the Logitech G935 Wireless Gaming Headset can accompany you everywhere in your home. You're also getting a fully retractable mic and the option to use a 3.5-meter long cable across PC, console and mobile. This headset was reduced to $99.99 earlier this week.

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Xbox controller charging kit and battery pack: $35.99 $23.02 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
36% off
- This Xbox controller charging kit works with Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One controllers and comes with an Xbox One battery charger, four 1200mAh rechargeable batteries and a USB charge cable. It's worth noting you will need a battery pack for the controller for his to work.

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Turtle Beach Battle Buds in Black/Silver: $29.95 $19.95 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
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The Turtle Beach Battle Buds are already great value, but with $10 they're even more so. Compatible with Switch, mobile and consoles, are perfect for those who want gaming ear buds that are easy to store and use on-the-go. Also available in White/Teal (opens in new tab).

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Razer Kishi mobile gaming controller for Xbox Android: $85 $69.99 on Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save nearly $15 on the Razer Kishi gaming controller for Android phones with this Amazon Prime Day deal. The Kishi separates to fit around many Android smartphones (a la the Nintendo Switch), or snaps together to use as a standalone controller. It connects directly to the phone via USB-C port, so it has less latency than a Bluetooth controller. This Xbox version is also Xbox Cloud Gaming-compatible.

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Razer Kishi mobile gaming controller for iOS: $84 $69.99 on Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save nearly $15 on the Razer Kishi gaming controller for iPhones with this Amazon Prime Day deal. The Kishi separates to fit around many iPhone models (a la the Nintendo Switch) or snaps together to use as a standalone controller. It connects directly to the phone via USB-C port, so it has less latency than a Bluetooth controller.

Today's best Xbox deals (UK)

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Xbox Series S: £249.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Want an Xbox Series S? Amazon is showing stock for Microsoft's more affordable console again. This is a great opportunity to snag the new Xbox if you've been hoping to secure one, and Prime members can get next-day delivery. 

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Xbox Series S + Electric Volt Controller: £304.98 £294.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
You can own the beautiful Electric Volt controller with this great Xbox Series S bundle. While it's not a massive discount, we'll take a saving of £9.99 any day of the week.

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Xbox Series S + Elite Wireless Controller Series 2: £409.98 £398.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Want the best Xbox controller money can buy? This bundle includes the Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 and comes with a pleasing saving of £10.99.

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Xbox Series S + Pulse Red controller: £304.98 £294.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
You can save £9.99 on this Xbox Series S bundle which includes the fetching Pulse Red colour option. 

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Rhys Wood
Hardware Writer

Rhys is Hardware Writer for TechRadar Gaming, and while relatively fresh to the role, he's been writing in a professional capacity for years. A Media, Writing and Production graduate, Rhys has prior experience creating written content for app developers, IT firms, toy sellers and the main TechRadar site. His true passions, though, lie in video games, TV, audio and home entertainment. When Rhys isn't on the clock, you'll usually find him logged into Final Fantasy 14, Halo Infinite or Sea of Thieves.