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The cheapest PS4 controller prices and deals for DualShock 4 and more

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Now is a great time to be after the cheapest PS4 controller prices and deals going. The controller works with both the PS4 and the PS5 (but only with the PS4 games on the latter), so it pays dividends to have extras around to ensure you have a charged pad to play. What's more, you're in the right place: our deal hunting software continually trawls the internet to find the best and cheapest PS4 controller prices from a host of retailers, no matter where you are. 

To broaden the options, though, we've got you covered for the official Sony DualShock 4 and a few of the best options from third-party manufacturers too, some with some cool extra features if you fancy something a little different or maybe a money-saving cheap PS4 controller instead.

All in, however, there really isn't a better option than PlayStation's official DualShock 4, in our view, if you're on the hunt to pick up a cheap PS4 controller price while still getting a premium model. The DualShock represents the most reliable, best built, most comfortable, and ergonomic, and generally best way to enjoy the best PS4 games - think of how some PS4 games incorporate the controller's mini speaker sometimes. 

There's a great range of styles and colors available so there's something for everyone's tastes. And they've had a design refresh since their initial conception too, adding the stylish front light strip, improved battery life, and more durable rubber on the analogs.

An extra PS4 controller lets you bring in more players, and ensures you always have a spare charged and ready. Getting a great PS4 controller price is a deal that will easily pay for itself over a short space of time.

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The official PS4 controller - best prices

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This is the original DualShock 4 PS4 controller, and it’s incredibly versatile and works with every PS4 and PS4 Pro. The design has been tweaked since the PS4 originally launched to make the thumbsticks more robust and there's now an attractive LED bar on the front of the touchpad. Just a word of warning: DualShock 4s do NOT come with a USB charging cable, which they need. You should have one from the box of the PS4 console you bought, but, if not, spares are cheap and widely available. The Amazon Basics version does the job just fine. The standard DualShock 4 is also available in an enormous range of different colors, patterns, and designs now, so you can often select that at checkout.

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Razer Raiju - a great PS4 pad for eSports; ideal for shooters

For some, the official PS4 controller isn’t quite good enough. Maybe you’re looking to take part in eSports, or play online in some official tournaments. If this is the case you should consider looking at the Razer Raiju, as it offers a few features that aren’t standard on other pads. It has hair-triggers and sprung face-buttons that are more responsive and snappy than the slightly spongy versions on the official pad. On top of that, the analog sticks are more responsive too, cutting down on any slight deadzone between pushing the stick and something happening on screen. To be clear, these are incredibly marginal improvements, but they can make all the difference to professional and tournament play. It also has mappable buttons under the pad itself, so you can program certain sequences in, handy if you’re looking to guarantee certain movesets every time you attempt them. The downside is that this is super-pricey.

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Nacon Revolution Pro - a more complex pad for a cheaper price. Great for fighting games

If you don’t want to splash over $120 / £120 on a Pro controller, then the Nacon is a nice halfway house between the official DualShock and the Razer Raiju. Just be aware that you get what you pay for, so while the pad is more set-up for eSports than the standard Sony controller - with more sensitive triggers, responsive sticks, and a better d-pad (which makes it ideal for fighting games). The pad is weightier too, much like the Razer, so you’ll need to adjust your grip to get the most out of it.

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Official GT Sport Limited Edition controller - best prices

This lovely, subtle GT Sport Limited Edition controller for PS4 is a neat way to show your love for the series, without ruining the excellent design of the standard DualShock. It comes in a nice silver color, and has an understated GT Sport logo on the touchpad. The perfect way to celebrate the series' 20th anniversary.

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God of War Limited Edition controller - best prices

This is a tremendous official controller with the exact same features as the standard DualShock 4, but has all kinds of fancy God of War stylings on it. There’s a rune on the right hand-grip, a game logo on the touchpad, and two-tone colors on the base of the handles. Perfect for anyone looking to create a God of War bundle as a gift - just get the game and the pad. Only problem? It isn't available in the US, and there is very limited stock in the UK.

Official Sony Dualshock 4 charging station - best prices

If you don't want wires running between your PS4 console and your sofa, it may be time to invest in one of these PS4 controller charging stations. They plug neatly into a power source and allow you to charge a couple of pads wherever you choose, regardless of whether or not your console is switched on. A handy piece of kit, and available at a decent price.

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Does the PS4 controller work with PC?

Yes, the official PS4 controllers do work with PCs, and they’re pretty easy to set-up. They’re, for us, the best controller you can use for PC gaming, so it’s well worth grabbing one if you prefer gaming with a pad compared to keyboard and mouse. 

We've put together this handy guide for you on how to use a PS4 controller on PC.

Rob Dwiar

I'm one of the Hardware Editors for GamesRadar+, and have been for nearly three years; I've also been a writer on games - freelancing and the like - for four or so years for the likes of Eurogamer, RPS, PCGN, and more. Day to day, I take care of a whole host of gaming tech reviews, buying guides, and news and deals content that pops up across GamesRadar+. I'm also a qualified landscape and garden designer so do that in my spare time, and use it to write about games' landscapes and environments too, including an upcoming book on the topic!