Amazon's Black Friday Xbox headset deals are here and they do not disappoint. We're seeing some absolute rockstar rates on some of our favorite models that are worth your attention in the blizzard of sales.
That's what's so significant about these particular Black Friday Xbox headset deals as some of the best Xbox Series X headsets have never been cheaper. What's worth highlighting specifically is the Turtle Beach Stealth 600 Gen 2 at just $89.95 (was $130) and the stellar SteelSeries Arctis 9X Wireless for only $159.99 (was $200) - saving you $40.
It's just a small indication of what's available in the full breadth of the wider Black Friday Xbox Series X deals. If you want to turn your attention to something more specific with the system then there are also the Black Friday Xbox controller deals as well. Want the flashiest deals in rapid succession? Check out our Black Friday gaming deals live blog for regularly updated offers on all sorts today.
Today's best Xbox headset deals on Black Friday
Turtle Beach Stealth 600 Gen 2: was
$130 now $89.95 at Amazon
Save $40 - It's the cheapest we've ever seen the Turtle Beach Stealth 600 Gen 2 gaming headset for yet. This top-performing model has come crashing down to a lowest-ever price for Black Friday, making now a great time to pick up accessible audio for less.
Astro Gaming A50 Wireless: was
$300 now $249.99 at Amazon
Save $50 - This is a great price on the Astro Gaming A50 Wireless. While still quite on the expensive side of the spectrum, knocking a full 17% off here certainly helps a lot. As far as premium options go, you can't really get much better than this!
More Black Friday Xbox headset deals
Interested in more Xbox headset deals where you are? No problem! Our price comparison tech does all the heavy lifting to bring you more of our favorite models at the lowest prices possible where you're based.
More US Black Friday deals
- Amazon: 50% off TVs, AirPods, clothing & toys
- Apple AirPods Pro 2: down to $199 at Amazon
- Best Buy: up to $700 off TVs, laptops & iPads
- Cheap TVs: $79.99 smart TVs from Best Buy
- Christmas trees: prices starting at $38.99
- Dell: laptops from $299.99
- Gifts ideas: 40% off holiday gifts from Amazon
- Home Depot: 50% off tools & appliances
- Lowe's: $750 off appliances, decor & tools
- Macy's: coats, sweaters & boots from $10
- Overstock: 70% off decor and furniture
- Nectar: up to $500 off mattresses + free gifts
- Nordstrom: 50% off UGG, Nike & North Face
- Samsung: $2,500 off TVs & appliances
- Sephora: 50% off makeup, perfume & gifts
- Target: 45% off toys, TVs, Keurig & more
- Toys: 50% off best-selling toys at Walmart
- Ulta: up to 50% off makeup, hair & perfume
- Verizon: get the iPhone 14 Pro for free
- Walmart: 60% off toys, TVs, vacuums & laptops
- Wayfair: up to 80% off sitewide, + free shipping
More UK Black Friday deals
- Amazon: up to 60% off TVs, laptops, and more
- Adidas: up to 50% off trainers and clothing
- AO: deals on appliances, headphones and TVs
- Argos: up to 1/3 off toys and big TV deals
- Boots: half-price fragrances and make-up
- Box: up to £1,000 off TVs, laptops and PCs
- Currys: 40% off TVs, laptops and vacuums
- Dell: up to 45% off laptops and desktops
- Dyson: save £100 on the Dyson Cyclone V10
- EE: up to £300 gift card with select phones
- Game: PlayStation and Xbox games from £4.99
- John Lewis: up to £400 off TVs and appliances
- Lego: 25% off dozens of sets
- Ninja: save up to £90 on air fryers and pans
- Peloton: up to £500 off
- Reebok: up to 50% off sitewide
- Samsung: up to £250 off phones and tablets
- Shark: up to £220 off cordless vacuum cleaners
- Sonos: 20% off portable speakers and soundbars
- Very: offers on TVs, Lego and fashion
- Virgin: broadband deals from £25 per month
- Wayfair: furniture, lighting and mattress deals
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