Save $10 on the Xbox Wireless Controller this weekend

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The Xbox Wireless Controller has only seen a couple of discounts since its release alongside the Xbox Series X and Series S. However, if you missed out on those offers around launch day you've got another chance to secure a cheap Xbox controller for a great price. 

This weekend Microsoft has discounted its white Xbox Wireless Controller by $10, leaving us with an excellent $49.99 final price. That's an excellent saving that offers up a return to the lowest price we've seen yet. 

While Microsoft didn't reinvent its controller too much, you'll find a more rounded bumper, a new D-Pad design that makes diagonal movement a lot more intuitive, device memory allowing you to switch between Bluetooth connections seamlessly, and lower latency as well. Plus, you'll be able to use the Xbox Wireless Controller across each Xbox console, including Xbox One and Xbox One X. 

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Xbox Wireless Controller (White): $59.99 $49.99 at Microsoft
This $10 saving on the white Xbox Wireless Controller brings us back to the lowest price we've seen on the next-gen gamepad yet. Compatible across Series X, Series S, Xbox One and Xbox One X, the subtle changes in here make for a more comfortable grip, lower latency, and smarter connection as well.

More Xbox controller deals

If you're yet to get your hands on a new console, we're tracking all the latest Xbox Series X restocks and showing you where to buy Xbox Series S. However, if you're all kitted out already you can also save on the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate price as well. We're also rounding up all the best Xbox Live Gold deals for some online multiplayer this weekend.

Tabitha Baker
Deals Editor

Tabs is a Deals Editor at TechRadar, bringing you all the latest savings on the tech everyone's talking about and covering deals on gaming, laptops, tablets and more in the US and UK. Happiest with a DualSense controller in her hand, she's also contributed to GamesRadar, Tom's Guide and T3 and specializes in gaming hardware and computing.