It's Amazon Prime Day 2: Revenge of the Prime Day. At least that's what I have written on my calendar instead of the official title of Prime Big Deal Days. It's another double-day sales event, so I think my name is OK.
Just kidding. The rules for Big Deal Days are exactly the same as the proper Amazon Prime Day event from July: anyone who signs up for an Amazon Prime membership (or sign up for a 30-day free trial and cancels it immediately after, if you're clever) will be eligible for exclusive discounts.
Of course, not everything listed on Amazon during these Big Deal Days will come with authentic money-saving deals. We still see familiar signs of cheap junk re-listed by third-party sellers looking to make a quick buck, and they're out to scam you as usual. Not to worry: Genuine Xbox accessories are hidden among the thousands of listings, and we're listing the best.
Although Big Deal Days officially started at 3 AM ET on Tuesday, October 10, early deals appeared anyway. We'll keep searching for the Xbox accessories worth buying and steer you away from price-inflated time wasters.
Amazon Prime Day: Best PC deals
- Amazon: Up to 44% off Samsung SSDs and Micro SDs
- Amazon: Up to 30% off Dell Monitors and Laptops
- Amazon: Up to 34% off Gaming Monitors from Omen and Alienware
- Amazon: Up to 40% off CPUs, GPUs and other components
- Amazon: Up to 44% off Gaming Laptops
- Newegg: Up to 40% off Graphics Cards
- Newegg: Up to 62% off SSDs
- Dell: Up to 30% off Alienware Laptops
- Dell: Up to 41% off Monitors
Amazon Prime Day: Best tech deals
- Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K:
was $49.99now $22.99 at Amazon
- Blink Mini security camera:
was $34.99now $19.99 at Amazon
- Ring Video Doorbell:
was $99.95now $54.99 at Amazon
- Blink Outdoor Security (3rd Gen):
was $249.99now $99.99 at Amazon
- XREAL Air AR Glasses (Formerly Nreal):
was $379now $303 at Amazon
Today's best Xbox accessory deals
Turtle Beach Recon wired controller | was
$59.95 now $44.95 at Amazon
Our Turtle Beach Recon review shows it stands tall next to some of the best Xbox controllers on a budget. It's a touch above a standard alternative to the official Xbox pad without pushing the boat out too much to compete with the Elite controller.
The audio enhancements are fantastic, making it genuinely worth plugging 3.5mm earphones into the port to enjoy the Superhuman Hearing mode, highlighting otherwise unheard sounds. It's a clever way to stick with a cheap set of headphones but enjoy the same benefits as a high-end headset.
✅Great for: Unlocking audio enhancements for any headphones usually exclusive to Turtle Beach headsets.
💰Price check: $44.99 at Best Buy
Razer Universal Quick Charging Stand for Xbox Series X|S
$39.99 $25 at Amazon
If you want a charger that will get you back in the game as quickly as possible, this Razer Quick Charging stand will fully charge your Xbox controller in under 3 hours and comes in various colors and designs to match your gaming setup, the more coveted designs like the Forza 5 and Lunar Shift are also reduced but often go out of stock, so be quick!
✅Great for: Charging solution that matches your controller collection
💰Price Check: $39.99 at GameStop
Razer Kaira Wireless Gaming Headset for Xbox |
was $99.99 now $48.99 at Amazon
A bargain for a Razer branded wireless headset, this comes with Xbox Wireless so pairs with your console without the use of a separate dongle. Supports Windows Sonic Surround Sound.
✅Great for: 50mm Triforce Titanium drivers for timing highs, mids and lows separately.
💰Price check: $99.99 at Walmart
Razer Kaira X Wired Headset for Xbox |
was $59.99 now $39.99 at Amazon
This Lime green would make a great gift for a younger Xbox fan, and being wired you don't need to worry about battery life, just plug straight into your controller. Xbox endorsed, but actually works across multiple platforms.
✅Great for: A cool gift for a younger gamer, is lightweight and versatile.
💰Price check: $39.99 at Razer
Seagate Game Drive for Xbox 2TB |
was $92.49 now $69.99 at Amazon
If you need more space for backward-compatible games on your Xbox Series X|S console, grab the Seagate Game Drive. You can keep all the older titles off your console's internal drive, saving critical space for new games.
✅Great for: Storage for older games and a funky lighting effect.
💰Price check: $92.49 at Best Buy
HyperX CloudX Stinger Core Wireless |
was $99.99 now $69.99 at Amazon
A lightweight and sturdy headset which is comfortable over long periods, with a solid battery life of up to 17 hours on a single charge. HyperX make some of the best low end headsets and this one is in team green colors too.
✅Great for: Using Xbox Wireless connectivity, no messing around with dongles.
💰Price check: $85.99 at Best Buy
Turtle Beach Atom Mobile Game Controller|
was $79.99 now $49.95 at Amazon
This Turtle Beach offering looks great with its chunky and comfortable controls and connects with Bluetooth to various devices. The split design fits most screen sizes and clips together for travel. Check out our full Atom controller review for why this is one of our top mobile controllers for Xbox Cloud Gaming.
✅Great for: Using Xbox Cloud Gaming on your mobile, no need to remove your case
💰Price check: $99.95 at Walmart
GameSir G7 SE Wired Controller for Xbox |
was $49.99 now $44.99 at Amazon
If you're in the market for a wired controller, our GameSir G7 SE review proved it a fantastic option for players of all skill levels and should work well for those with smaller hands, too. The G7's rear buttons can be remapped to act as any of the other buttons on the controller, and they work perfectly.
✅Great for: Remappable rear buttons
💰Price check: $44.99 at Newegg
RIG 700 PRO HX Wireless Headset |
was $89.99 now $59.99 at Amazon
RIG headsets are some of the most lightweight we recommend, and this model previously exclusive to Gamestop is now widely available and has hit the sales on Amazon. The on-ear controls are easy to use with tactile feedback we appreciated in our review, and its a great pick at this price range.
✅Great for: Easy flip switch between Xbox and PC use
💰Price check: $59.99 at GameStop
Big Deal Days: Frequently asked questions
The specifics for Amazon Prime Big Deal Days are now publicly available, with minor hints as to which brands and categories will enjoy significant discounts. Rest assured, we'll update this page with the latest dates and details whenever the company releases more information.
Amazon Prime Big Deal Days starts at 3 AM ET on Tuesday, October 10, and will run through October 11. If you have any Alexa-compatible hardware, you can say, "Alexa, set a reminder for Prime Big Deal Days" to have Amazon create a reminder for the event.
Which countries are taking part in Big Deal Days?
Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, the US, and the UK will all take part in Prime Big Deal Days via their respective storefronts. If your country doesn't have its own localized version of Amazon, you may still be able to make purchases from a neighboring variant, but usual restrictions likely apply, so check your local Amazon international shipping terms and conditions.
Do I need an Amazon Prime membership?
Yes. Prime Big Deal Days is a member-exclusive sales event just like Prime Day before it and Prime Early Access Sale before that. If you're not already a member, you'll need to sign up for Amazon Prime for $14.99 per month or $139 annually (plus tax) to qualify for discounts. For new users, a 30-day trial of Prime is the perfect way to take advantage since you're free to cancel your subscription after the event.
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