4th of July Xbox deals see record low prices on this top headset

SteelSeries Arctis 9X Wireless Gaming Headset
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4th of July Xbox deals are kicking off this weekend, with a record low price on one of our favorite headsets for the system. You can currently get the SteelSeries Arctis 9X Wireless Gaming Headset for $155 at Amazon, down from $199.99, which brings it down to its lowest price point ever. This headset is designed specifically for Xbox, making it a must-see for console players.

In its lifetime it has been quite rare to see high level Xbox deals on the SteelSeries Arctis 9X. It has usually gone down by 10 dollars here and there, but this is the first time we've seen a whopping $44 off. This is an amazing gaming headset, boasting a 20 hour battery life and integrated Xbox wireless. 

We were big fans of the headset in our SteelSeries Arctis 9X review. In fact, our reviewer said that "in a world full of gaming headsets inhibited by mediocre sound, the SteelSeries 9X is the best Xbox One headset I've ever used bar none". Alongside excellent sound-quality, it has incredibly comfy ear cushions thanks to 'AirWeave' material that facilitates better airflow. That makes it really cosy for long periods of time, which is always a plus if you enjoy stints of multiplayer or marathon singleplayer sessions.

You can find this 4th of July Xbox deal below, and some more of the best Xbox deals down the page. 


SteelSeries Arctis 9X Wireless Gaming Headset | $199.99 $155 at Amazon
Save $44 - This is an amazing saving of 20% which brings this headset to its lowest ever price point. It is designed specifically for Xbox and is a very rare discount, making it a must-see offer for console players.

More early 4th of July Xbox deals

If you're on the look out for other accessories for your Xbox, take a look at our best Xbox Series X controllers. You can also check out our best Xbox One accessories. We're also getting you prepped for Prime Day Xbox deals and Prime Day PS5 deals as well. 

Jasmine Mannan
Hardware Editor

Currently a Hardware Editor at GamesRadar+ and in charge of all things PC after graduating from University with a degree in Politics and International Relations in 2022. During my time at University I managed to obtain a platform on social media - specifically TikTok - where I reviewed tech and gaming hardware and produced creative and innovative gaming content. My platform allowed me to be an advocate for females in gaming and within the tech industry as a whole. I'm primarily a PC gamer and have been for over 8 years now and with no specific genre I enjoy, I have been able to play and love many titles from the past decade. I would label myself as a Nintendo Fanatic and also am extremely interested in VR and hoping to follow it closely in upcoming years.