Thus, we want to hear from you about your best suggestions for affordable Xbox gifts this year. Maybe it's a Funko Cuphead figurine, some awesome rechargeable batteries for a controller, or even a simple Xbox credit voucher. There's a related conversation going on in our forums right now.
As for me, I'll be picking up some Xbox limited edition controllers, such as the recently announced Sea of Thieves translucent controller, and a replacement headset for a family member, in the form of Turtle Beach's affordable 600 Stealth wireless headset.
All ideas are valid, and we want to hear yours!
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