So you want yourself some epic gamer-style Prime Day deals huh? Concerned your setup isn't ready for the Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S? Wondering if your best Xbox One headset can be easily upgraded this Prime Day? Well, you're in luck, because this Prime Day, we are hunting down all the best gaming headsets that you should definitely look out for during this most wonderful celebration of endless planet-ending capitalism. And if that's not enough, we also rounded up the very best Prime Day Xbox deals on consoles, games, accessories, and more.

Note: Every accessory that works with Xbox One consoles also works with Xbox Series X/S consoles.

Best Prime Day Headset deal

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Turtle Beach Elite Pro Tournament

Top-tier wired headset

The Elite Pro Tournament headset from Turtle Beach is among the best options for Prime Day bargains. Huge sound, great comfort, and general high-quality all around.

There are dozens upon dozens of great products available for Xbox right now, and anything that is compatible with Xbox One consoles is also going to be compatible with the next-gen Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S consoles. We're rounding up our favorite headsets that are most likely to go on sale for Amazon Prime Day, along with the sort of discounts you can expect on the big day. Here are our top picks for Xbox One, Xbox Series S, X, and PC.

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Today's best gaming headset deals to look out for

Best Prime Day Xbox headset deals

If you're interested in upgrading your best Xbox One headset to something more potent for next-gen gaming, Amazon Prime Day is a great opportunity to find something fresh. These are some of our top picks to look out for when the deals all go live on the big day.

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Turtle Beach Elite Pro Tournament | $95 at Amazon (was $120)

The Turtle Beach Elite Pro Tournament headset is a stunning wired option that is easily the best of the early Prime Day deals so far. This wired option boasts massive sweeping audio, thick, comfortable earcups, and robust metal construction. This is a headset built to last.

$95 at Amazon
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Razer Kraken | $50 at Amazon (was $99)

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
HyperX Cloud Stinger

Hyper Cloud Stinger | $30 at Amazon (was $50)

The HyperX Cloud Stinger is a great entry-level headset and one of the best-selling headsets of all time, and it's on special offer for Prime Day.

$30 at Amazon
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Razer Kraken X Ultralight | $34 at Amazon (was $50)

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 (was $24)

Fancy an old-school mono piece chat headset? Consider the Razer Tetra, now on offer for Prime Day. This headset is designed to work in conjunction with your wider sound system, isolating your voice for comms chatter.

$19 at Amazon
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HyperX Cloud Flight S (Wireless, PC) | $120 at Amazon (was $160)

This is a tremendous wireless headset that is enjoying a massive discount for Prime Day. The Cloud Flight S is compatible with PC and PS4 wirelessly, and Xbox with a 3.5mm cable. It boasts impressive sound, a great microphone, and 30 hours of wireless convenience for long gaming sessions.

$120 at Amazon
Astro A50 (2019)

Astro A50 | $300 at Amazon

The Astro A50 is the highest of the high-end headsets for Xbox, thanks to its magnetic charging dock, SPDIF compatibility for capturing audio from your TV, and premium overall quality. If you're looking for a bargain this Amazon Prime Day, be sure to see if you can snare this for below its usual $300 asking price.

$300 at Amazon
SteelSeries Arctis 1

SteelSeries Arctis 1 (Wireless, PC) | $75 at Amazon (was $99)

If you're looking for high-value wireless, grab the SteelSeries Arctis 1 headset. It won't blow your mind, but it's arguably the best wireless PC headset option on the market right now, with its decent build quality and solid sound. Sadly, this version is only compatible with PC and PS4 for wirelessness, but you can add a 3.5mm cable to get Xbox compatibility too.

$75 at Amazon

Choosing the best gaming headset for you

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There are dozens upon dozens of great Xbox headsets out there, so choosing the best Xbox One headset for you can be a daunting task at times. Ultimately, researching the sound profiles and features of each headset will yield the best results, but there are few easy rules of thumb you can follow while looking for the best deals this Amazon Prime Day.

First, choose between wired and wireless. Wired headsets don't need to be recharged obviously, and plug directly into your controller. That said, they will put extra drain on your controller battery, since that's what it will use for power. Wireless headsets sometimes offer better versatility, and free you from having extra cables all over the place. Some of the best Xbox One wireless headsets also come with a Bluetooth option, which lets you connect them up to a phone or a PC without a cable. Some even let you connect to Xbox and Bluetooth simultaneously for superior sound mixing.

The cheaper headsets will be lighter on your wallet, but you usually take a hit in build and sound quality. For a decent experience over all you'll probably want to start at around $80 for a wired headset, such as the HyperX CloudX headset, and around $150 for a wireless headset, like the LucidSound LS35X or the SteelSeries Arctis 7X.

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