Black Friday is finally over, but you can still pick up a great gaming headset deal with this year’s Cyber Monday sale. With so many headsets on sale, it can be difficult to know what’s good and what’s not. Thankfully, we’ve done the hard work for you and picked out our top highlights right here in one handy list. Curated and selected by us, you’ll find all the best discounts on today’s best gaming headsets right here in our best Cyber Monday gaming headset deals round-up.
To help make things nice and simple, I’ve separated out our Cyber Monday headset deals into wired and wireless headset deals, which will hopefully make it a little easier for you to find what you want as quickly as possible. Just click the links off to the side and you’ll be whisked down to the appropriate part of the page.
I’ll be updating this page with more Cyber Monday gaming headset deals as and when they become available, so be sure to keep this page in your bookmarks if you’re looking to pick up a bargain. We’ve also put together a separate list of all the best Razer deals if you want to get a matching keyboard and mouse as well.
It’s not just gaming headsets that are going cheap over Cyber Monday, either. For more Cyber Monday deals, check out our regularly updated hub pages below:
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The best Cyber Monday gaming headset deals (UK):
- Steelseries Arctis 5 – £75 from Amazon UK (down from £110)
- £75 from Steelseries (down from £110)
- £75 from Currys PC World
The wired version of the excellent Steelseries Arctis 7, the Arctis 5 is one of the comfiest gaming headsets around. Prices have been a bit all over the shop this year, but this is still £15 cheaper than its previous lowest price of £90. It doesn’t quite match its previous Black Friday 2019 price of £70, but this time you also get a voucher for 40% off three months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate to help make up for it – and you’ve got plenty of choice in terms of who you buy it from, too.
- SteelSeries Arctis Pro – £140 from SteelSeries (down from £200)
- SteelSeries Arctis Pro + GameDAC – £160 from SteelSeries (down from £250)
You’ll need to sign up (for free) as a Steelseries member to get these two premium gaming headsets at their Black Friday deal price, but both of these deals are currently much better than what you’ll find on Amazon, or indeed anywhere else.
- Logitech G322 – £30 from Currys PC World (down from £40)
The stereo version of the excellent Logitech G432 (our current top gaming headset recommendation for those on a budget), the G322 delivers the same great sound and build quality as its G432 sibling, just with the extra 7.1 surround sound support. In the absence of a good G432 deal, this is the next best thing.
- Razer Kraken X – £25 from Ebuyer (down from £40)
An ultra lightweight version of Razer’s popular Kraken headset, the Kraken X is one of the better budget gaming headsets you can buy right now – especially when it’s £15 cheaper than usual.
- Razer Kraken (Mercury) – £40 from Ebuyer (down from £80)
The Kraken wasn’t on sale over Prime Day in the UK (only in the US), so this one is a little easier to judge. Indeed, apart from a very brief dip to £47 for a week in August, the Kraken has been at least £55 ever since April. Amazon have the black version for £41, whereas Ebuyer only have it for £50, but if you’re after the cheapest price and don’t mind white or pink, these are the best deals going right now.
- Razer Kraken Tournament Edition – £50 from Ebuyer (down from £100)
The Kraken Tournament has now sold out on Amazon, but Ebuyer still have Razer’s 7.1 surround sound gaming headset listed for a pretty reasonable price. On most sites, it’s been at least £70 for the past four months, making it a great time to snap one up – especially now it’s only another £10 over the regular Kraken.
Wireless gaming headset deals:
- Steelseries Arctis 7 – £100 from Amazon UK (down from £159)
Our favourite wireless gaming headset is back down to £100 for Black Friday today, matching its previous lowest price over last year’s Black Friday. It looks good, sounds great, and is the comfiest headset on the planet. Plus, its handy Chat Mix slider means you can filter out screaming teenagers when you’re playing online. Bliss.
- HyperX Cloud Flight S – £127 from Amazon UK (down from £150)
A new all-time low for HyperX’s very good wireless gaming headset, if only just. While it’s normally £150, there have been two periods this year where it’s dropped to £128 – back in May, and again at the end of August. Still, even if it only beats its previous record by a single pound, it’s still a good price for this wireless headset.
The best Black Friday gaming headset deals (US):
- Roccat Elo X – $40 from Best Buy (down from $50)
A discount of $10 might not seem like much here, but the Roccat Elo X is one of the best budget headsets I’ve tested all year – and it’s only just come out, too, making this a great time to get one on the cheap. It’s a brilliant-sounding headset for the money, and super comfy, too. More so, even, than my other budget favourite, the Logitech G432, which can also be had for $40 this Black Friday (see below). They’re both great headsets, so my advice would be to pick the one you like the look of most if you’re not sure which one to get.
- Logitech G432 – $40 from Best Buy
My favourite budget gaming headset, the Logitech G432 can now be snapped up for just $40, matching Best Buy’s previous early Black Friday deal on it from earlier this month. If you want to save even more money, though, then you can get the stereo model, the G322, for even less at just $30.
- Corsair HS60 Pro – $40 from Newegg (down from $70)
A slightly older (and wired) version of Corsair’s excellent HS70 headset, this is another great deal for those after a top notch budget gaming headset.
How to get the best Cyber Monday gaming headset deal
There are a couple of key things to consider when buying a new gaming headset. Good audio quality is obviously a given, but finding a comfortable headset is arguably even more important – after all, you’re going to be wearing this thing for several hours at a time, so it’s no good if something sounds great but ends up becoming a medieval head vice after 30 minutes. That’s why I prioritise comfort in my gaming headset reviews above all else.
The other thing is a good microphone. Again, it’s no good having a great-sounding gaming headset, but your voice descending into a crackly mess every time you want to chat to your mates when you’re playing online. Naturally, these are hard things to judge just by looking at a headset’s specs page, but if you have a read of my gaming headset reviews, then you’ll find a detailed breakdown of how it performs.
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