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Amazon's Xbox deals drop Elite Series 2 controller back to record low price

Xbox Elite Series 2 controller deal
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The Xbox Elite Series 2 controller has remained stubborn against Xbox deals for much of its life, but Amazon has now returned the $179.99 gamepad back to its record low $139.99 price. That's a $40 discount that we first saw over Black Friday and one that's struggled to hold onto the shelves when returning since. 

We have seen this discount dropping back in every now and then over the last few days, but it frequently sells out at a particularly speedy rate. That means we wouldn't wait too long to take advantage of today's Xbox deals - we don't know how long this round will last. 

The popularity of this offer likely comes down to the fact that the Xbox Elite Series 2 is the best Xbox controller currently on the market, and we haven't seen many Xbox controller deals hitting this particular model over the course of its life. There's a massive amount of customization on offer here allowing you to personalize hardware like thumbsticks, d-pad, paddles, as well as deadzones and button mapping as well. 

You'll find more information on this offer just below, as well as plenty more Xbox deals further down the page. 

Xbox Elite Series 2 controller | $179.99

Xbox Elite Series 2 controller | $179.99 $139.99 at Amazon
Save $40 - The Xbox Elite Series 2 controller is back down to a record low price at Amazon right now, after first dropping $40 from its MSRP over Black Friday. We've seen this offer flitting on and off the shelves over the last few days, though, so we wouldn't wait too long to jump.

More of today's best Xbox deals

If the Xbox Elite Series 2 is still a little pricey for you, there are plenty more Xbox deals on some of the best Xbox Series X accessories just below. 

If you're yet to get your hands on a new console, we're still tracking all the latest Xbox Series X restock action. Or, take a look at the latest Xbox Live Gold deals and Xbox Game Pass deals for more savings on peripheral goodies.

Tabitha Baker
Tabitha Baker

I originally landed in hardware at our sister site TechRadar before moving over to GamesRadar. In between, I've written for Tom’s Guide, Wireframe, The Indie Game Website and That Video Game Blog, covering everything from the PS5 launch to the Apple Pencil. Now, i'm focused on Nintendo Switch, keyboards, mice, and the quest for an RTX gaming laptop.