The best PS5 Pulse 3D and Pulse Elite headset deals in April 2024

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PS5 Pulse 3D headset deals are more common now that Sony's official headset has been available for over three years. We've seen small discounts during sales events throughout the year so that's likely the best time to buy. If you're after one right now, though, all of today's best prices are below.

We've come a long way since there was so little stock of the wireless gaming headset over the PS5 launch period. For a while, the PS5 Pulse 3D headset was almost as difficult to find as the PS5 itself. If you're looking to kit out your console with all the official accessories, however, the Pulse 3D headset is a decent option.

If you're looking for something a bit more premium, however, the newer Pulse Elite headset is the real deal. Sporting planar magnetic drivers, a boom mic, and PlayStation Link wireless connectivity, it's the next evolution of the Pulse 3D headset. If you fancy going bigger in your official headset hunt, then check out the PulSe Elite headset deals below.

PS5 Pulse 3D headset deals

The Pulse 3D headset is usually priced at $99.99 / £89.99 / AU$159, but we're now seeing price cuts and deals regularly on the headset throughout the year. These tend to be at their deepest in sales events, naturally, but our price-finding tech below will serve up the latest and lowest prices around no matter what time of year it is, and no matter where you live.

PS5 Pulse Elite headset deals

The Pulse Elite, at time of writing, is still quite a new headset, so deals and price cuts are proving harder to find. However, once again, our price finding tech is working hard to bring you the latest and lowest prices on the headset, and you can see them below.

PS5 Pulse 3D and Elite headset deals

Is the PS5 Pulse 3D headset price worth it?

Advanced, customized surround sound, tracking for a massive number of audio sources in-game, and noise-canceling dual microphones, the PS5 Pulse 3D headset has been developed to get the most out of the PS5's Tempest 3D AudioTech. That translates to a whole lot of immersive, 3D gameplay, and at a considerably cheaper price than previous Sony headsets. At a sub-$100 / £100 price point we think the Pulse 3D headset is still absolutely worth the money.

Can you use other headsets with PS5?

Sony has announced that other gaming headsets will be able to reproduce the PS5's 3D sound, so you don't have to pick up the Pulse 3D headset to enjoy the attention Sony has paid to its audio. However, as far as we know the Pulse 3D model will be the only headset on the market that supports 3D Tempest tech at launch. That means you'll need to grab this to get the best experience straight out the box.

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