There are some seriously tempting Amazon Prime Day headset deals available right now thanks to the plethora of Amazon Prime Day deals running across October 13- 14. Of course, that does mean that if there are any of these Amazon Prime Day headset deals that take your fancy, you'll want to swoop on them sooner rather than later, as once the clock ticks midnight in your time zone, all the deals will be gone.
Thankfully, there are plenty of Amazon Prime Day headset deals to be had still, with top discounts on brands like Razer headsets and Turtle Beach headsets to headphones that are the perfect fit for an audiophile (like a Sennheiser gaming headset). Basically, if you can think of a headset manufacturer, Amazon's probably going to have it on sale this Prime Day.
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However, with such a tidal wave of potential discounts, the hard thing can be picking out the best Amazon Prime Day headset deals for you. But that's where we step in. We have years of experience in consumer and gaming tech, knowing what makes peripherals good or excellent, and, as a result, what makes a good deal. For example, a good deal on a premium headset might not see it come down to a ridiculously cheap price at first glance, but if it's the lowest it's been for a while, or it's offering features and qualities just not present in the headsets of a similar price tag, then that's when to strike.
Just remember, you have to be an Amazon Prime subscriber (opens in new tab) to take advantage of the best Amazon Prime Day headset deals. If you don't fancy committing, and you're eligible for one, you can always take out a free trial and then cancel your membership once the event is over. Simple.
And lastly, even if there aren't savings directly on Amazon itself for their Prime Day sales, other retailers and manufacturers will quickly adjust prices and slash price tags to compete for your money as alternative Prime Day deals. That's why your chances of picking up one of the best gaming headsets at a discounted price this Autumn could be very excellent indeed.
Amazon Prime Day headset deals - US
HyperX Cloud Stinger Core (PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch) |
$40 $26.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
You can get a rather large 33% discount on the HyperX Cloud Stinger Core if you act fast; it's a part of the Amazon Prime Day sale. Designed as an entry-level console headset, it offers fair comfort and audio to make your gaming experience more immersive. It also features a mic for chatting with other players.
Bengoo V-4 (console and PC support) |
$79.99 $28.98 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
With a saving of over $50, these Bengoo gaming headphones are pretty unmissable if you want some peace and quiet when immersed in a game. They're not as feature-rich as items on our best gaming headset (opens in new tab) guide, but they'll more than get the job done . Buying in the UK? Grab them for £23 from Amazon (opens in new tab).
Acer Predator Galea 310 (PC, mobile) |
$44 $29.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Another affordable mic for the Amazon Prime Day sales, this time from Acer. This PC gaming headset provides a 40mm driver with a retractable omni-directional microphone. At 33% off, it's a pretty good deal.
Corsair Void RGB Elite USB |
$80 $59.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Corsair have enough pedigree in gaming headsets to make picking up any of them a solid choice. Getting one for a whole quarter less than the list price, however, is tremendous value, and the Void RGB Elite is a great choice for PC gamers. Small note: this is not the wireless version, so still uses a wired USB connection to provide that tremendous noise.
EPOS Sennheiser GSP 300 |
$99.95 $78 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
You have to go a fair way to beat Sennheiser audio quality, and the GSP 300 is one of the most affordable ways into that. With a further lowering of its price through this reduction, you're getting some of the best audio for a great price.
HyperX Cloud Flight wireless (PS4, PC) |
$140 $99.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
The Cloud Flight headset is one of HyperX's more premium models, and it's wireless to boot. That means it offers superior comfort, sound, and flexibility than other, cheaper headsets. The mic is detachable too, allowing you to use it for music or podcasts on the go without a microphone weighing you down.
Razer Thresher (PS4, PC)|
$130 $99.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
This is a great PS4 and PC headset that can be used wirelessly or wired. As third-party PS4 headsets go, it's one of my absolute favorites and is never far away from my setup.
Nari Ultimate Wireless (Overwatch Edition) |
$230 $209.90 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
This is one of Razer's best headsets going, we think, and it works on PC, PS4, and the upcoming PS5. We know it's got quite the aesthetic going on, but if you want a premium one for less then this is the headset to get. Plus when you're wearing it you won't be able to see the design anyway... The 'normal' Nari is also discounted and is now down to $89.99.
Amazon Prime Day headset deals - UK
Razer Kraken X gaming headset |
£50 £29.99 at Amazon UK (opens in new tab)
A fuss-free headset that's compatible with everything due to the 3.5mm audio jack, this is still a headset worthy of the Kraken name. It's got great audio and is supremely comfortable and, at this price particularly, offers great value for money in the headset game.
ASUS TUF Gaming H3 headset |
£50 £34.99 at Amazon UK (opens in new tab)
A great little budget gaming headset from a quality gaming manufacturer. If you want a bargain of a backup headset or something to see you through until next-gen safely then this is it. Great gift material too.
Razer Kraken Tournament Edition (Green) |
£100 £37.99 at Amazon uk (opens in new tab)
This is one of our favourite headsets of recent years. The soundcard gives you lots to play with and it's great with PCs and consoles too, and the audio quality is absolutely of the Kraken standard and means this is still a high-grade headset even after it's initial release - and certainly at this crazy price. The Black version is on offer too, down to £43.99 (opens in new tab).
Razer Kraken |
£80 £56.03 at Amazon UK (opens in new tab)
A premier, no-nonsense quality headset from the specialists in game audio, this. It's arguably great value at its normal price of £80, let alone with this hefty discount. At £56 quid, this is excellent bang for buck on a headset that can have you covered whatever your platform.
SteelSeries Arctis Pro headset |
£250 £150 at Currys (opens in new tab)
If you're on the hunt for a premium set for gaming this Autumn time, then the Arctis Pro from SteelSeries is an excellent choice. Perfect for PC gamers, you won't look back from this, especially after saving £100.
SteelSeries Arctis 3 wired headset |
£83 £54.99 at Amazon UK (opens in new tab)
This headset gets you the SteelSeries quality, without having to spend a fortune for it. The Arctis 3 is wired, but that means it's compatible with all your games consoles, your phone, and more.
HyperX Cloud X gaming headset for Xbox One |
£70 £59.99 at Amazon UK (opens in new tab)
One of the top-performing ranges from one of the best gaming audio brands. The HyperX Cloud X headset is absolutely worth the investment with this handy discount.
HyperX Cloud Revolver S gaming headset |
£140 £98 at Amazon UK (opens in new tab)
The Revolver has studio-grade sound so you can pinpoint your enemies and navigate your way through environments clearly and crisply. The USB audio control offers great flexibility, and with over £40 off this is a handsome deal right now.
Logitech G332 wired gaming headset |
£50 £39.99 at Amazon UK (opens in new tab)
Yeah, it might not win any prizes for sheer unbridled excellence, but this is a solid choice for those who are after an affordable Logitech headset.
ASUS ROG Delta RGB gaming headset |
£180 £157.58 at Amazon UK (opens in new tab)
I'm a big fan of this headset, having worn it for gaming and work for the early part of this year and late last year. The sound is great, the RGB is fun, the design is robust and the software is very useful too. A great PC headset.
Amazon Prime Day deals - do I need membership?
Yup, unsurprisingly, you need to be a member of Amazon Prime (opens in new tab) to be able to take advantage of the deals on Amazon Prime Day 2020.
Also, for those already with memberships, there could be some subscription discounts and deals to extend your Prime membership. Don't forget that membership stacks, so your new subscription won't actually start until the old one finishes.
While you'll have to sign up to get the deals, and you get the TV service, remember that another advantage of Prime membership is that you get free next-day (or two-day) delivery. This is excellent especially given the timing with Black Friday and Xmas just around the corner from the October date for Prime Day.
However, be prepared for some delays as Amazon can sometimes struggle to fill the sheer volume of orders around big sale events like Prime Day and Black Friday. This isn't always the case, but being prepared won't hurt.
What else is on sale?
Naturally, it won't just be headsets on offer during a sales event like Prime Day. Alongside these, you'll often find a lot of hard drive deals, some discounted games, and a lot of home tech. It's also a great time to look for deals on the best gaming monitors and best gaming TV too, for example. You'll also be able to pick up excellent deals on PC components and parts, so if you're building your own rig, Prime Day is a great time to snag some new stuff like one of the best gaming monitors or even a gaming laptop deal or cheap gaming PC.
And, of course, an Amazon Prime day wouldn't be complete without lots of Amazon products where you can see discounts of 25%, sometimes higher, on most of its own products like Fire TV sticks, the Kindle Fire tablets, and the Echo range.