With price cuts across Xbox One consoles, Xbox-compatible headsets, accessories, and video games, Prime Day means site-wide savings. The two-day annual Amazon event will reward keen-eyed Xbox fans, and we're continuing to round up the best discounts, as well as those safe to ignore. With Prime Day deals now live, we've rounded up the top products to pick up.

Today's best Xbox deals

Best Prime Day Xbox accessory deals

Prime Day has cut prices across all types of Xbox One hardware, whether looking to expand your storage, charge your controllers, or improve your game. Best of all, all existing Xbox One accessories work great with Xbox Series X and Series S if you're looking to upgrade this holiday. We've rounded up the best Xbox accessories deals to consider today.

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HyperX Chargeplay Duo

HyperX ChargePlay Duo | $24 at Amazon

There aren't many high-quality battery charging solutions for Xbox controllers from third party manufacturers, but HyperX bucks the trend with its ChargePlay Duo. The Duo offers two 1200 mAh batteries and a convenient and weighty charge dock with support for up to two controllers. And yes, it's compatible with next-gen consoles too!

$24 at Amazon
PowerA MOGA Mobile Gaming Clip

PowerA MOGA Mobile Gaming Clip for Xbox | $10 at Amazon

With Xbox Game Pass recently introducing cloud streaming for Android (and soon, iOS) there's no better time to invest in the gear. This affordable and officially-licensed Xbox controller clip mounts your smartphone above any wireless gamepad with ease, even named Windows Central's best Xbox accessory in 2019.

$10 at Amazon
Galaxy Tab A

Samsung Galaxy Tab A | $99 at Amazon

If you're interested in Xbox Game Pass cloud streaming, know that most games aren't designed to run on a phone screen. The text is often too small, being the main issue. You can solve this by using xCloud on a tablet, and the excellent 8-inch Galaxy Tab A from Samsung is on sale for Prime Day.

$99 at Amazon
Seagate Game Drive

Seagate Game Drive 2TB for Xbox | $65 at Amazon

Expand the room of your Xbox One or future Xbox Series X with this 2TB hard drive from Seagate. This high capacity drive can stow dozens of Xbox installations, tripling the base capacity of many consoles. While it lacks the speed of SSD solutions, it's a top pick for mass storage.

$65 at Amazon
Razer Wolverine Ultimate

Razer Wolverine Ultimate Xbox One Controller | $120 at Amazon

This crazy Xbox One controller provides one of the best alternatives to Microsoft's Elite controller, featuring six remappable buttons and extra triggers, interchangeable thumbsticks and D-Pads, and custom RGB lighting via a dedicated Xbox app. It looks to improve your game, with a hefty price cut with the arrival of Prime Day.

$120 at Amazon
KINFAYV Xbox One Battery Pack

KINFAYV Xbox One Battery Pack | $20 at Amazon

Ditching the disposable AA batteries is easy with this third-party rechargeable kit, featuring four 2580mAh cells for up to four controllers. They juice up via a dedicated USB cradle, with quoted 3 hour charge time, and claiming up to 12 hours of playtime before hitting zero. And for Prime Day, they're 20% off.

$20 at Amazon

Note that all the best Xbox One accessories also work on next-gen Xbox Series X and Series S, unless they require Kinect or an IR Blaster. That comes from Microsoft's commitment to backward compatibility, extending to headsets, chargers, storage, and more.

Best Prime Day Xbox headset deals

Prime Day brings discounts across various Xbox One headsets, all with guaranteed compatibility extending to Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S. The available savings vary between manufacturers, with the added choice of wired versus wireless, or specific features. But whether a budget-conscious buyer or an enthusiast demanding the best, many top names have headsets suited to you. We've rounded up the best Prime Day gaming headset deals and those prices you shouldn't ignore.

Turtle Beach Elite Pro 2

Turtle Beach Elite Pro 2 | $99 at Amazon

Turtle Beach remains one of the best in Xbox headsets, and its Elite Pro 2 provides incredible audio, well-tuned for gaming, and providing a tactical edge. It's also presented with premium materials and ear-soothing comfort, best attributed to cooling gel-infused earcups and customizable components. It's discounted for Prime Day, in both black and white colorways.

$99 at Amazon
HyperX CloudX Stinger Core

HyperX CloudX Stinger Core | $30 at Amazon

HyperX is one to watch for budget-friendly headsets, and Prime Day savings on its HyperX CloudX Stinger Core nails all the essentials for less. Its 40mm directional drivers provide quality stereo audio in line with the price, with an adjustable steel slider and foam ear cups for added comfort. It also packs in-line volume and microphone control, with an easy 3.5mm jack that connects to all new Xbox controllers.

$30 at Amazon
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Razer Kraken | $50 at Amazon

The Razer Kraken at $50 is an absolute steal for gaming on any device with a 3.5mm wired jack. The Kraken is a beastly headset that boasts great metal-reinforced quality, big sound, and a generally comfy design. Well worth a look.

$50 at Amazon
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Razer Kraken X Ultralight | $34 at Amazon

As budget headsets go, you could do far, far worse than the Kraken Ultralight. Razer managed to bake some serious quality into this $50 headset, which is now a steal at $34 for Prime Day.

$34 at Amazon
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Razer Tetra | $19 at Amazon

The Razer Tetra packs only the fundamentals, adopting a mono piece chat design, designed to work in conjunction with your TV audio or an external sound system. It's a cheap way to add voice chat to your Xbox, with an in-line mute switch and volume controls for added function.

$19 at Amazon

With Prime Day bringing discounts to some of the best Xbox One headsets, it's essential to choose the product with the features suited to you. While quick research never hurts before checkout, it's best to consider what you need from a headset and how it fits into your gaming setup.

The crucial decision comes from wired versus wireless, with each bearing unique benefits and disadvantages. Wireless provides added versatility, and while the technology is now better than ever, you'll still need to recharge your headset regularly. Wired introduces a physical tether to consider, but the promise of simple, high-quality audio and a lower price tempts many. The sound quality, cost, and other attributes should all be considered — and with Prime Day, a good deal never hurts, too.

Microsoft has also committed to supporting all Xbox One headsets on Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, making it safe to invest despite the upcoming cross-generation transition. You can check out with confidence, ensuring a purchase lasting for years to come.

Best Prime Day Xbox video game deals

Some Xbox One games also see hefty price reductions through the Prime Day window, ideal for those titles you may have missed from past months. Those savings will best serve those who favor physical, disc-based games, although select digital download codes may also receive cuts. While we continue to round up the best Prime Day video game deals, many of our Xbox One highlights feature below.

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Gears 5 | $10 at Amazon

The latest in Microsoft's burly shooter franchise made its arrival late last year, packing a rich, expansive single-player campaign, alongside equally gripping competitive and cooperative modes. The game also receives a free Xbox Series X upgrade, with 120 FPS on the cards.

$10 at Amazon (Xbox One)

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Madden NFL 21 | From $38 at Amazon

Madden NFL 21 brings the most authentic and immersive take on football from the comfort of your couch, with the latest packing new modes and upgrades. You can now save up to 50% off, with a free upgrade to the Xbox Series X version included at no additional cost.

From $38 at Amazon (Xbox One)

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Mortal Kombat 11 | $15 at Amazon

Combat knows no limits with Mortal Kombat 11, further cranking up the mayhem with a bloody celebration of skull shattering abilities and gore-filled takedowns. The fighter latest entry has further dropped to just $15 with Amazon Prime, with a free Xbox Series X upgrade also brewing.

$15 at Amazon (Xbox One)

Saints Row The Third - Remastered

Saints Row The Third - Remastered | $20 at Amazon

Deep Silver remastered this beloved 2011 Saints Row entry earlier this year, bundling the base game with all its DLC and upgrading the presentation with revamped lighting and effects. This chaotic sandbox never looked so good, and its price drops 33% for Prime Day.

$20 at Amazon (Xbox One)

Need For Speed Heat Box Art

Need for Speed Heat | $17 at Amazon

The latest on the Need for Speed franchise takes to the streets, featuring the same beloved arcade action across race, drift, and off-road events. While the game often clocks on around $30, its Prime Day discount hits its lowest price yet at just $17.

$17 at Amazon (Xbox One)

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Assassin's Creed Valhalla | $50 at Amazon

Ubisoft's world of assassination makes its return this November with a Viking journey touching Norway and Britain's Dark Ages. Brutal combat and large-scale conflict take the stage, with a free launch day upgrade to Xbox Series X, Series S, and PlayStation 5. Amazon has already cut Assassin's Creed Valhalla by $10 for last-minute preorders.

$50 at Amazon (Xbox One)

New video game deals will continue to arise and disappear throughout Prime Day, with some of the best Xbox One games even expected. With physical games often cheaper than their digital counterparts, further savings can be hard to overlook.

Some existing Xbox One games will also be among the list of Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S Optimized games, with many already pledging free upgrades. However, Xbox One games will also remain playable into the next-generation, alongside Xbox 360 and original Xbox, via backward compatibility.

Best Prime Day Xbox One console deals

This Amazon Prime Day may see some significant discounts on Xbox One hardware, with just weeks away from the launch of Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S. Still, even with new consoles headed to the market, Microsoft's commitment to cross-generation games (including Halo Infinite in 2021) means that Xbox One consoles retain value beyond this holiday. We'll continue to update this roundup with Xbox deals, as they happen.

Xbox One S

Xbox One S | $299 at Amazon

The Xbox One S serves as an ideal entry-level console, supporting the full Xbox One catalog, with an included 4K Blu-ray drive, making this a versatile (and affordable) entertainment hub. It's the final Xbox One console that remains in production, with the chance of bundles on Prime Day. With new Xbox One hardware scarce throughout the year, keep an eye out for discounts below $299, undercutting the upcoming Xbox Series S.

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Xbox One S All-Digital

Xbox One S All-Digital Edition | $382 at Amazon

The Xbox One S All-Digital Edition made its debut as Microsoft's cheapest Xbox One, cutting the disc drive, otherwise featuring identical features and performance to Xbox One S. While soon superseded by the digital-only Xbox Series S, this now discontinued console may see a price cut to clear supplementary stock. But with aging hardware and no integrated drive, only consider this device if available below its $249 RRP.

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Xbox One X

Xbox One X | $549 at Amazon

While the Xbox One X soon loses its crown as Microsoft's most powerful console, it remains highly capable of 4K 60 FPS gaming across most modern releases. This flagship Xbox One will support upcoming games for at least a couple more years, with an integrated 4K Blu-ray drive and Dolby Atmos support making this a killer media player. While current events have pushed pricing higher than usual, consoles around or below the typical $399 bundle are worth buying if holding out on next-gen.

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Despite the next-generation devices looming, Xbox One demand has remained consistently high throughout the year, during an era of social distancing and stay-at-home orders. That saw pricing rise through the spring, followed by Microsoft discontinuing Xbox One X and the disc-less Xbox One S All-Digital Edition. The standard Xbox One S, disc drive included, remains in production in late 2020. That means that while we continue to round up the best Xbox One deals and discounts, the stock isn't as easy to come by, compared to the end of the Xbox 360's reign.

And while Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S preorders first opened in late September, stock disappeared from most retailers within minutes. With the next-generation fast approaching, don't expect to see discounts on either console during Prime Day or into Black Friday.

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